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Liam's Brother 21 Dec 99 - 05:34 PM
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Subject: New York (CT/NJ) Mudcatters - 22DEC
From: Liam's Brother
Date: 21 Dec 99 - 05:34 PM

Wednesday night, 22DEC, I'll be doing an Irish session with fiddle virtuoso, Brian Conway, at Dunne's Pub in White Plains, NY. Dunne's is at 15 Shapham Drive just off Mamaronek Avenue near where it intersects with Bloomingdale Road. Coming on the Hutchinson Parkway, you would take Exit 23N. You are very close when you first see shops and a built-up area. There is reasonable food at reasonable prices.

We have up to 20 singers and musicians. It is jolly but can be a little crowded. We start about 7:30 and finish at 11PM. BBC, Dwayne and David came one night and had a fine time. If you make the trip, please be sure to say hello.

All the best,
Dan Milner


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Subject: RE: New York (CT/NJ) Mudcatters - 22DEC
From: bbc
Date: 21 Dec 99 - 06:05 PM

Dan,

I hope we will be able to join you again; I just need to discuss it w/ the guys when they get home. The food & music were great! Only one reservation--it was *very* smoky. I can deal w/ that, to see you again! Duane had a wonderful time playing along!

best,

bbc


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Subject: RE: New York (CT/NJ) Mudcatters - 22DEC
From: MMario
Date: 21 Dec 99 - 06:07 PM

this state is too large.....MUCH too large....


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Subject: RE: New York (CT/NJ) Mudcatters - 22DEC
From: Acme
Date: 05 Apr 10 - 06:13 PM

There is probably a more recent general thread for rounding up New York Mudcatters, but the only other one the search found was asking folks to check in after 9/11.

A friend of mine lives in the Village (14th St. & 7th Ave, more Meatpacking District, but close enough) and is working on bringing together some folks to talk about folk history in the village in the 1950s, 60s period. I have more information but can't spell it out here. Suffice to say, if you lived in NYC around that period, would you send me a PM and I'll let you know more what it's about, and will tell you how to contact him to discuss if you'd like to participate? It is for a documentary film.

SRS


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Subject: RE: New York (CT/NJ) Mudcatters
From: Acme
Date: 06 Apr 10 - 11:11 AM

Refreshing to maybe catch the eye of Mudcatters in the greater New York area.


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Subject: RE: New York (CT/NJ) Mudcatters
From: beardedbruce
Date: 06 Apr 10 - 11:59 AM

Anyone near Cooperstown/Richfield Springs??


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Subject: RE: New York (CT/NJ) Mudcatters
From: Tinker
Date: 06 Apr 10 - 12:18 PM

Stilly, I think there was a thread about that time period a few years back with reminiscence from Ssndy Paton, Art Theime and others ... I can't seem to find it right now....


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Subject: RE: New York (CT/NJ) Mudcatters
From: Acme
Date: 06 Apr 10 - 12:58 PM

I think Jerry Rasmussen spent time in the Village back then. And Bruce (Peace). Bruce is in Canada, but maybe Jerry is close enough by to be interested. I'll send a PM.

SRS


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Subject: RE: New York (CT/NJ) Mudcatters
From: Suffet
Date: 14 Nov 10 - 07:34 AM

Nothing but the truth!

I am a New York Mudcatter. I was born and raised in East Virginia early on a frosty morning. My Daddy was a miner, and I'm a miner's son. My Mama would rock me in the cradle, but I left home when I was just nine days old. That's when I picked up a shovel and I walked to the mine. The captain said, "I got me a steam drill round," so I told my captain, "Your men a-gonna leave you" and I said farewell to Nova Scotia, the sea bound coast. Then I traveled all over this country, a-digging, prospecting for gold. I found rocks and gravel make a mighty fine road, so with a ten dollar horse and a twenty dollar saddle they sent me to New Bedford, that famous whaling port. But I caught me the end of a long freight train and fanned my tail to the Oregon line. I was walking down the track with tears in my eyes, trying to read a letter from my home, when along comes the sheriff from Connorsville saying, "Pay me or go to jail." Well, I ran so fast the hounds couldn't catch me, down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico. So if you ever see me coming back, I'll extend to you my paw, but it's gonna be through a telescope from the great Atlantic Ocean to the wide Pacific shore.

Now if you detect even the remotest grain of reality buried beneath all that woofing and whooping, why not come find out for yourself? I'll be performing at the Peoples' Voice Cafe in New York City this coming Saturday, November 20, to celebrate the release of my newest CD, Live Performances. Also on the bill that evening will be my good friend and musical companion Anne Price plus special guest artist Hillel Arnold. Anne and I will each do a set of our own, and then after a short break, Hillel will do a couple of songs. Then the three of us will finish the evening together.

Here are the details:

Anne Price & Steve Suffet
in concert with special guest artist Hillel Arnold
Peoples' Voice Cafe
at the Community Church of New York
40 East 35th Street • Between Park & Madison Avenues
Midtown Manhattan • New York City
Saturday • November 20, 2010
8:00 PM show time. Doors open 7:30 PM.
General admission $15. Peoples' Voice Cafe members $10.
More if you choose, less if you can't.
TDF vouchers accepted.
No one turned away for lack of money.

For more information, please call 212-787-3903.
Peoples' Voice Cafe website.

Special offer: Click here and print out the "twofer" coupon. Then bring it to the Peoples' Voice Cafe on November 20, 2010, and buy any of my CDs (including Live Performances) at just two for just $10 net. This is a a one-night in-person promotion, and as soon as the cafe closes the price of my CDs goes back to $10 each, which is still quite a bargain. And that ain't no lie!

--- Steve


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