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Them Fargo Brothers are playing to benefit the Dewey Mark Red Parka Pub Scholarship Fund
Them Fargo Brothers performing their "Last Blast" Concert
I am with my band Them Fargo Brothers performing our Last Blast Concert. We are also playing at Horsefeathers on Friday Nov. 11th at 8pm
All proceeds to Benefit Kennet High School Music Scholarship
Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, Gordon Lightfoot, Eric Andersen, Rodney Crowell (Official), Waylon Jennings
Bio: I started playing in bands in High School and through college (University of Rhode Island) where I became involved in the folk music revival of the early 60's. I played all the popular folk venues in New York, Boston and Montreal as well as touring Canada and as far West as Kansas City, and south...See Full Bio
“ Sunday Mornin’ Hayride Bill Madison YOGA BY NATHAN SALSBURG With all the talk of braying cattle, dungaree silk, Palominos and Pintos, you’d be surprised to discover that the hippie-folkie-cowboy singer-songwriter Bill Madison recorded his debut record in rural New Hampshire. Originally released in 1973 as a private pressing on Madison’s own Saloon label, Sunday Mornin’ Hayride is an exceedingly enjoyable breeze back to those halcyon days when a gang of folked-up friends could make a record that un-self consciously synthesized their pastoral interests — blues, booze, pot, Western kitsch, the out-of-doors — without succumbing to cliché. That it has aged so well is remarkable, and fans of Chris Smither and Jackson C. Frank are advised to take note. Madison now lives in Lehigh Acres, Fla., where his co-songwriter wife quilts and where he continues privately pressing (CD-R) albums with a happy cabal of other paunchy, gray-haired, sunshine cowboys. ”