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Suffet Woody Rediscovered in Poughkeepsie NY (21) RE: Woody Rediscovered in Poughkeepsie NY 09 Sep 10


Ron,

I believe you are right about this history of the Woody Guthrie Archives. Until earlier this year, the WGA were still located in the building near Carnegie Hall where Harold Leventhal had his office. They have since moved to Mount Kisco, a suburb north of New York City, where Woody Guthrie Publications and the Woody Guthrie Foundation have their offices.

You will get a chance to hear an abbreviated version of Woody Rediscovered at the Eisteddfod in November. Anne Price will be in Phoenix, AZ, but I will will do my part of the program as a festival workshop.

Otherwise, you can have the Hurdy Gurdy Folk Club host us. If you don't think it is the right kind of program for a coffee house night, then maybe you can put us on as a special house concert. Since Anne and I do more than just sing the songs -- we pass around photographs and songbooks, and we encourage discussion -- we actually prefer the informality of a living room. However, we presented Woody Rediscovered at the Cranberry Coffee House in Binghamton, NY, this past March and it worked out very well with more than 40 people in attendance. The Cranberry meets in the local U-U church.

We're flexible.

--- Steve


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