September 22, 2013 4:30PM
Cowboy singer/musician Skip Gorman and Celtic singer and poet Connie Dover bring together their down-deep, heartfelt interpretations of the traditional music of the American West, Ireland and Scotland. Dover, described by the Boston Globe as the “finest ballad singer America has produced since Joan Baez,” and Gorman, who Bluegrass Unlimited magazine calls “a masterful interpreter of cowboy ballads” blend their music in a concert of the “sweet old songs” of the trail, the cow camp, and the Old-World ballads that were their predecessors.
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