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Nashville talent comes to Copake's Grange stage

COPAKE— Copake Grange #935, 638 Empire Road, brings a “Chamber pop” trio to the stage for an evening of musical entertainment on Saturday, March 16, 7 to 9 p.m.


Back by popular demand, Nashville-based artists Charissa Hoffman, JeJune Jr. and Lucy Nelligan bring ukulele, voice, upright bass and fiddle to the Grange stage, presenting an evening of original music, storytelling and a few familiar tunes—folk, rock, jazz fusion, soul/funk and more.


Jejune Jr.

Charissa Hoffman


The performers are: Hoffman (ukulele/voice), Jejune Jr. (upright bass) and Nelligan (fiddle). The show is for all ages. There is one 15-minute intermission.


Tickets at the door are $15 or pay what you can. Advance reservations are not required.

For more information email Harry Hussey at hmbhuss1@yahoo.com, call 617-894-3538 or visit www.copakegrange.org. Sponsored in part by Stewart’s Shops and the Ackerman Foundation.

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