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Liv Carrow/Brandon Schmitt Record Release 

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June 27. Tivoli townie and singer-songwriter Liv Carrow has long been one of the backbone mainstays of the Columbia County music scene, both for her solo work and as a member of alt.Americana trio Pocatello. For this double-header album release at the cozy Traghaven Whiskey Pub (formerly the Black Swan), Carrow celebrates the dropping of Pile of Needles, her brand-spankin' new album on Philadelphia label Single Girl/Married Girl. Also perform to hype some new product is another Upstate tunesmith, Brandon Schmitt, whose Blood Red Blues is likewise newly out this month. 9pm. $5. Tivoli. (518) 757-7377; Traghavenwhiskeypub.com.

  • Liv Carrow drops her new album on June 27, performing in Tivoli with Brandon Schmitt.

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