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Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival 

click to enlarge Pete Seeger.
  • Pete Seeger.
Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival
The concert that launched the American environmental movement. Pete Seeger (pictured above) still headlines, and worries over the details with the staff of Clearwater. There’s five solar-powered stages of rock, folk, blues, world music, storytelling, and more. This year: Drive-By Truckers, Martin Sexton, Arlo Guthrie, Indigo Girls, Jorma Kaukonen, Josh Ritter, The Low Anthem, Suzanne Vega, Jorma Kaukonen, Billy Bragg, Tom Chapin, and more than 50 other acts June 18 and 19 at Croton Point Park in Croton-on-Hudson.

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