Feeling hungry for two performances?
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Daniel Seymour plays bass with singer-songwriter and stream-caster David Olney.
Daniel Seymour plays bass with singer-songwriter and stream-caster David Olney.
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WARDSBORO- The next Wardsboro Curtain Call show on Saturday, July 22, opens with local favorite Hungrytown. The folk duo will take the stage at 7 pm at Wardsboro Town Hall, 71 Main Street. They will be opening for singer-songwriter and stream-caster David Olney.

Olney has released more than 20 albums over four decades. Olney’s music has been prominently featured in ABC-TV’s “Nashville” and his intelligent songs have been recorded by many. He is well-known for his energetic live performances packed with such an intensity they leave audiences with a truly memorable experience. Joining Olney onstage will be Daniel Seymour playing bass.

After more than a decade of worldwide touring and three album releases, Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson, or Hungrytown, have earned a reputation for the quality and authenticity of their songwriting.

Music begins at 7 pm; doors open at 6:30 pm. Admission is $10 at the door. Visit www.WardsboroCurtainCall.net or email kwkmdavis@yahoo.com for more information.

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