Old Songs in Voorheesville has announced its 2010 concert series, which includes Scottish troubadour Archie Fisher (Thursday, February 11), singer-songwriter Sarah McQuaid (Saturday, February 27), Celtic band Cara (Friday, March 5), world music ensemble Libana (Saturday, March 20), French-Canadian band Le Vent du Nord (Saturday, April 10), acoustic bluesman Scott Ainslie (Saturday, April 17) and Scottish band Malinky (Saturday, May 15).
The first round of performers has also been named for the 30th annual Old Songs Festival of Traditional Music & Dance at the Altamont Fairgrounds on June 25-27. Some of the performers will be Madcat & Kane, Sally Rogers & Howie Bursen, Babik, Joe Hickerson, Matt & Shannon Heaton, Cathy Barton & Dave Para, Gadelle, Kim & Reggie Harris, the James Keelaghan Trio, Debra Cowan, Elizabeth LaPrelle, the Paul McKenna Band, the trio of Tony Barrand, Keith Murphy & Becky Tracy, Moscow Nights, Billy Jonas, Brian Peters and Leroy Troy & the Tennessee Mafia Jug Band.
Chris Barron, lead singer with the Spin Doctors, returns to the Van Dyck in Schenectady on Saturday, January 30, in support of his recent solo album, “Pancho & the Kid.”
And Phantogram – Nippertown’s biggest breakthrough act of the year – has been added as the opening act for the Minus the Bear show at Northern Lights in Clifton Park on Friday, February 5.
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