Middleburgh Library
The Not so Quiet Concert Series: Rod MacDonald (CR)
Middleburgh Library

Sunday, Jul. 3, 4:00 pm
A tenor with a clear voice and wide range, MacDonald is often cited for both his musicality and the content of his songs about political and social events: “Rod MacDonald is a brilliant folk singer and composer. His melodic songs possess words that go straight into your heart and soul.” The Press Of Atlantic City … “A poet with a lot on his mind who has never allowed himself to make points at the expense of making music.” The Boston Globe … “True to the folk tradition, MacDonald is not afraid to get political, take chances, and perhaps shock some people….MacDonald’s place in the folk hall of fame is assured by his ‘A Sailor’s Prayer,’ a hymn-styled tune that many people have mistaken for a traditional song.” All-Music Guide.[2]
Although usually labeled a folk singer, his musical styles include rock, pop, country, light jazz, and blues. In addition to his work in Greenwich Village, he has written extensively of experiences on US Indian reservations and in Europe, living in Italy from 1989 to 1992.  Please visit his website.

Please call (518) 827-4953 for reservations. Suggested donation is $15.00 A mask and proof of vaccination is required to attend.

This program is made possible with funds from the statewide Community Regrants Program, a program of the New York State Council on the Arts with support from Governor Kathy Hochel and the NYS Legislature and administered in Columbia County by the Green County Council on the Arts dba at CREATE Council For the Arts.
 
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