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Robert Sarazin Blake at Bard College 

Robert Sarazin Blake

April 10. There are many fine younger folk singers on the road, but few of them are living the Woody Guthrie dream with as much zest and zeal as Robert Sarazin Blake. Perennially rootless, it seems like he's always out there, weaving his epic, stream-of-consciousness, acoustic guitar-backed narratives in coffeehouses and small venues. As they love a good poet over there in Ireland, it's no surprise the Emerald Isle has been taken with the richly literate Blake as well, who splits his time between there and his native US. It's been a while since he's visited the Hudson Valley, so this date at Bard College's Down the Road Café is highly anticipated. With Mike Merenda of Mike and Ruthy. 9pm. Free. Annandale-on-Hudson. (845) 758-7097; Bard.edu

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