Monday, October 28th
7-8:30 pm, Wilson Auditorium, Teaneck Campus
The Origins: A Conversation and Performance with Five-String Banjo Player Tony Trischka, Blue Highway’s Guitarist Tim Stafford, and Old-Time Bluegrass Mandolin Player Jesse McReynolds Accompanied by Banjo Player Steve Thomas, Co-Hosted by Carol Beaugard of WFDU and Artist-in-Residence Wesley Stace
Tuesday, October 29th
1-4:30 pm, Dreyfuss Hall (Rm. 125), Madison Campus
A Part of History: Matewan Screening and Discussion with Producer Maggie Renzi and Production Designer Nora Chavooshian
7:00-8:30pm, Lenfell Hall, Madison Campus
The Politics of Coal: Award-Winning Journalist Bob Hennelly interviews Environmental Advocate Joe Lovett of Appalachian Mountain Advocates
The Folk Song: A Conversation and Performance with Heralded Folk Singer Loudon Wainwright III (pictured)
Wednesday, October 30th
2:00-3:30 pm, Dreyfuss Theater, Madison Campus
Two Voices: A Conversation and Performance with Distinguished Poet C.D. Wright and Grammy Award-Winning Singer/Songwriter Rosanne Cash
5-6:30 pm, Lenfell Hall, Madison Campus
Songs and Stories and All That Jazz: A Conversation and Performance with Singers Tomi Lunsford and David Olney, followed by a Barbecue and an Appalachian Gathering (Open Mic Hootenany Free for All) with Olney/Lunsford and Members of The Folk Project
Reserve your seats by visiting our Eventbrite page! All events hosted by Artist-in-Residence Wesley Stace and are free of charge. The FDU community and the general public are encouraged to attend.
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