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Music@Noon - Lost Radio Rounders

  • Dates: February 8, 2022
  • Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
  • Price: Free
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    The Hall will open at 11 AM for the noon performance. The Music Hall requires proof of vaccination or a negative Covid PCR test (taken within 72 hours of the performance) for entry to this event. Masking is required inside the venue for the duration of your visit. For this one-hour performance, food and drink will not be permitted in the Hall. Please visit our Health & Safety Guide for more information regarding Masks & Vaccination requirements.

    TROY SAVINGS BANK MUSIC HALL‘S 2021-2022 MUSIC@NOON CONCERT SERIES!

    Since 1988, on the second Tuesday of each month from October to May, the free Music at Noon concert series has presented exceptional musicians with a diverse mix of musical styles.

    Lost Radio Rounders, Acoustic Americana - From the Civil War to Civil Rights!

    Tom Lindsay - Vocals & guitar
    Michael Eck - Mandolin & vocals
    Evan Conway - Bass & vocals
    Paul "Bowtie" Jossman - Banjo & vocals

    Since 2009 Albany’s Lost Radio Rounders have been one of upstate New York’s premiere Acoustic Americana duos, and now they are presenting their many themed programs to private audiences as a trio, and an exciting mix of American Roots classics to public audiences as a quartet. Tom and Michael have welcomed new arrivals Paul Jossman on banjo, and Evan Conway on bass.

    Tom Lindsay and Michael Eck have been lauded for their work keeping the legacy of American folk music alive, with the Daily Gazette’s Michael Hochanadel calling them, “versatile and deep;” Times Union music blogger Andrew Gregory dubbing them, “absolute professionals with huge talent;” and Nippertown correspondent Cheryl Jenks stating, “Their knowledge, love and passion for old-time American music is evident in every part of their performance.”

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