Radio Interview in CT + upcoming event

Thankfully Stephan Allison is a shrewd and wonderful interviewer, so he helped keep me on track as we introduced Brothertown Indian Nation and a century-long+ continuity in Brothertown community singing, deeply and originally related to my own roots Americana shape note singing.
🙂 🙂 🙂
https://archive.org/details/RiverValleyRhythms08-10-2017

Perhaps I should have repeated more often that this interview was also meant to be promoting the next event for project fundraising, namely my concluding set in double-bill performance at The Buttonwood Tree, 605 Main St. in Middletown, CT
Friday, August 18, 8 pm, $10;
guitarist R.D. King leading off,
myself concluding the evening with Brothertown Indian Singing Legacy, with some new Wisconsin travel results!
More info here:
http://buttonwood.org/event/gabriel-kastelle/
http://buttonwood.org/

LA !

Thanks for reading! …and listening! 🙂

Author: whiteravenarchivesproject

musician, independent scholar, shape note singer, Brothertown Indian Nation cultural researcher and advocate

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