Saturday, March 25, at 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Last Saturday of the Month (October–April)

$15 (DFO members $12), All Welcome!

Dance instruction by Ron & Marie Bruschi at 7 pm. Band starts at 8 pm
For more info, call (518) 859-0092 or email Marie.

Saturday, March 25
Zydeco Connection

Saturday, April 29
Planet Zydeco

Sponsored by the DanceFlurry Organization

Saturday, April 1, at 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

1st Saturday of the Month (November–May)

Fun, simple dances from the U.S. and around the world. For every age and ability. All dances will be taught and will include circles, contras and squares. Yummy desert potluck during intermission.

$8 per person, children 12 & under are free

Saturday, April 1
Caller: David Kaynor
Music: Fennig’s All-Stars

Saturday, May 6
Caller: Bob Nicholson
Music: Spare Parts

In partner with Homespun Occasions

Friday, April 7, at 7:30 pm

Singer and songwriter Jane Voss works from a broad palette of American Roots Music, moving from one genre or style to another with utter naturalness and ease. Her use of Roots idioms is no gimmick, but rather her native and natural expression, borne of influences and loves dating back to her midwestern childhood.

Ragtime, boogie-woogie, Harlem stride, blues, Latin-American Dance Tunes, and original compositions: Hoyle Osborne plays them all with grace and feeling, eloquence, and a masterful style. He is elegant, but never afraid to get down, sometimes funky, and always soulful.

Partners for more than 25 years, Jane Voss and Hoyle Osborn are a dynamic juxtaposition of tradition and originality; rare old blues and vaudeville songs with their own compositions. According to Sing Out! magazine Jane and Hoyle “created their own hybrid of Bay-area folk-blues and jazz.”


Tickets: $20
$5 Children age 12 & under


Or call Old Songs to reserve: (518) 765-2815.
If online tickets sellout, they may still be available from Old Songs.
Refunds are not available for this event.

Thursday, April 20, at 7:00 pm

The Folklife Center at Crandall Public Library

Featuring performers: Greg Artzner, Dan Duggan, Terry Leonino, Peggy Lynn, Annie Rosen, Bill Spence, Toby Stover, Susan Trump and George Wilson

Music on piano, guitar, bass, hammered dulcimer, harmonica and concertina.

A concert of New York State’s hidden history in a performance of authentic songs used to persuade, rally and celebrate as sung by women and men during the American Women’s Suffrage Movement. Songs which range from humorous to poignant, from strident marches to hymns, and popular parlor songs. Through historical narrative and the songs we will tell the story of how American women won the right to vote in 1917 in New York, and 1920 in the nation.

Produced, directed and compiled by Andy Spence.
An Old Songs Production. © 2016 Old Songs, Inc.




1st Wednesday of the Month
Open Mic: 7:30 pm
Sign up to perform 15 minutes. Kate Blain, MC. $3

2nd Wednesday of the Month (Sept.–May)
African Drum Class: 7:30 pm
African drumming with instructor John Dickson. $15

3rd Wednesday of the Month (Sept.–June)
Traditional Irish Slow Session: 7:30 pm
Play traditional Irish music with others. with Hilary Scrauf. $4

4th Wednesday of the Month (Oct.–May)
Contra Dance Tunes: 7:30 pm
Build your skills and dance tune repertoire. with Ray Kottke. $3


2nd Sunday of the Month (Oct.–May)
Pickin’ & Singin’ Gatherin’: 1–4 pm
A singin-a-round for the whole family. pickingandsinging.org

The Annual Appeal for Old Songs Inc.

Our annual fund appeal supports our concerts, community dances, classes, festivals and other educational events such as our “hidden history” concerts. We ask for your support of whatever you feel comfortable giving. If you prefer to purchase a song brick, your money will help our capital fund to keep our building safe, warm, or cool as the case may be.

Either way don’t be a stranger and join us in 2017.

Old Songs, Inc. is a not-for-profit, educational, 501(c)3 corporation

PO Box 466 • 37 South Main Street • Voorheesville, NY 12186-0466
(518) 765-2815 • Fax: (518) 655-0061 •

Old Songs events are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.