No, Debbie, he wasn't born there, as a lot of people on the list weren't. I was referring specifically to the Wikipedia page and the big long list of names on it. You got me curious, though, and I looked around and found a reference to him living there briefly in the late 60s while working with Bob Dylan. He was also a Pete Seeger booster, which I hadn't realized.
But hey, it's Wikipedia; there may be people on that list that never set foot in New York State. As stated, I was remarking on the (unique in my experience) fact that "notable people from Woodstock" gets its own page, rather than a subhead.
Hope you liked the story otherwise! Best regards.
Johnny Cash is not from Woodstock NY. He is from Arkansas. He never even lived in Woodstock.....
Andrea: Look for an article on Saugerties in September!
Would love to see an article about Saugerties, lots of annual events and places of interest. Check out the fashion retailers and restaurants
oops, sorry! Glad you generally liked it. I do love the area with my whole soul and I'm glad it showed.
Great article about Phoenicia and environs! One correction: what you call the Phoenicia Country Store is actually The Nest Egg. Thanks for the love (and be sure to love us back on Facebook: http://Facebook.com/PhoeniciaNY
~ Thank you Brian ~ I hope to meet you around the neighborhood someday.
I appreciate your admiration and sweet compliments,, see you soon.
Keep up the great work Abbe. Your kazoos are wonderful.
~ Thank you David Morris Cunningham for the fantastic mention and photo in this first issue of
Chronogram for 2013. You were so excited about my wooden kazoos and I couldn't be more
pleased that I had the opportunity to sing & play for you. All my best and Happy New Year !!
Abbe Graber aka Miss G ~ Maker of Fine Wooden Kazoos ~ 86b Mill Hill Rd. Woodstock, NY www.WoodstockWoodenKazoo.com
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