The Golden Link Folk Singing Society

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TG-C03-18052018-The_Lynnes_large.jpgJanuary 19 - The LYNNeS (Lynn Miles & Lynne Hanson)! - Help us welcome this pair of award winning Canadian musicians to the Golden Link stage! Their songs have been nominated in five categories for the 2018 Canadian Folk Music Awards, combining tight vocal harmonies with hauntingly gritty lyrics.  Come and enjoy their powerful songs, witty humor, and great audience rapport.  For more information, preview videos, and to purchase tickets, Click Here.

Vocal_waves_warm_600px.jpgJanuary 8, 15, and 22 - Vocal Training Workshop Series! Colleen Liggett will be offering this series of workshops, which will be held three weeks in a row on consecutive Tuesdays.  Colleen has been a voice teacher for more than 30 years with degrees from Eastman School of Music and Rutgers University.  Don't miss this unique opportunity to improve your vocal skills, and learn to sing in a way that's healthy for you and your voice.  Registration is online only and seating is very limited so Click Here for more information and to register.

February 12 - Penny Whistle workshop!  Learn to play the Penny Whistle with Ralph Minervino in this 90-minute workshop.  It's a relatively easy to learn instrument, very inexpensive to purchase, and can add lively tones to a variety of musical styles.  This workshop has been popular in the past and fills up fast!  Registration is online only.  Click Here fore more information and to register.

Soup_and_Guitar.jpgFebruary 23 - North by Crooked North! Take refuge from the winter chill with great music and a hot meal.  Dave North and Crooked North present a double billed concert that swings from the lively, modern bluegrass strains of Crooked North, to the blend of traditional Celtic music, ballads, sea songs, and contemporary folk offered up by Dave North.  The concert starts at 7:30 as usual, but plan to arrive at 5:00 to enjoy a Chili supper with extras, and a sing-around/jam session before the concert!  Details and tickets for the concert and meal can be Found Here.

Judy_Collins_White_600.jpgAn Evening with Judy Collins! - Golden Link is proud to present a very special concert with Judy Collins at the Hochstein Performance Hall on March 9, 2019.  Don't miss this iconic folk-pop singer songwriter known for her huge hits such as "Both Sides Now" and "Send in the Clowns".  "Collins remains a singer of astonishing clarity and intuition...." says USA Today.  Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.


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  • Dan and Maureen Kuchta
    commented 2018-09-04 22:06:25 -0400
    Hi Ed – really sorry to hear you haven’t had a good experience at Golden Link. We try to create a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere, but there are many different people at the meetings with different styles of interacting and occasionally it doesn’t work out for some people. I’m glad you’re coming to the Festival and hope you have a better time there.
  • Edward Buscemi
    commented 2018-09-04 19:01:49 -0400
    My wife and I are planning to attend the Turtle Hill Festival and will bring our camper for the weekend. My wife was finally able to reach someone to ask if we could bring our generator. The woman that she talked to was quite rude and somewhat condescending in delivering her reply of no. We have been members in the past and have attended some of the monthly meetings. Although we met some perfectly wonderful and talented people I felt that the overall atmosphere was unfriendly.e.g., my wife offered to help with a simple task at one of the meetings and was curtly denied. I’m going this weekend to support my wife but not looking forward to it.
  • Dan Vitale
    commented 2018-06-10 12:03:40 -0400
    Thanks for your response Dan. I saw you folks at the ADK Expo and got inspired. I think I’ll grease up the old six string and give it a try.
  • Dan and Maureen Kuchta
    commented 2018-06-10 11:33:32 -0400
    Hi Dan – the singarounds are essentially acoustic. They tend to draw a good crowd so room for an amp would be very limited, and access to a power outlet might be iffy too. It could work if you have a small amp (perhaps one that could fit under your chair) and kept the volume down very low so that it’s no louder than an acoustic bass would be.
  • Dan Vitale
    commented 2018-06-10 10:25:02 -0400
    Howdy folks,
    I was wondering about the singarounds. Are they strictly acoustic or do you allow electric bass? I wish I had an upright, but they don’t fit in my house.
  • ellen wahl
    commented 2018-03-20 15:10:41 -0400 · Flag
    I get your newsletter and I appreciate it. We get your members and appreciate them too! At one time Golden Link and Oswego Music Hall had a cooperative relationship— a member of one was a member of the other. That is no longer the case but I believe, nevertheless, that one hand washes the other and that our mutual support of live music underlies our support for one another’s venues. Janice Hansen knows this to be true when on occasion presenters throughout CNY have occasion to gather and are able to share challenges and successes. It is a labor of love. I am delighted that you booked Durham County Poets as we did and inspired that you brought Peter Yarrow to your stage. After our success with Joan & Joni, we realize how drawn our constituency is to the legends of folk. So bravo to you; may you continue to mine gold. Our newsletter is not as well developed as yours, but we would be happy to send it to any on request. (Perhaps through our website is best, www.oswegomusichall.org).
    Happy Spring!
    ~ellen wahl, artistic director, OCPA
  • Dorothy Blake
    commented 2017-12-09 07:57:54 -0500
    We can’t wait to see Robin an Linda Williams. We saw them here a long time ago and have seen them many times!!
  • Barbara Jablonski
    commented 2017-11-09 18:23:00 -0500
    I thank you for presenting Peter Yarrow. I was an amazing concert. Thank you, Janice Hansen, Concert Chair, for all that you do! I hope I can sing and play guitar as Peter when I grow up.