John Specker will perform in front of a live studio audience at Anabel Taylor Hall at Cornell University on Sunday, March 25th, from 8-11pm, on WVBR's Bound for Glory, North America's longest-running live folk concert broadcast. He will be joined for the last set by his daughter Ida Mae.
If you can't be in attendance, you can listen live at the link below:
Check out the video below of John performing Bonaparte's Retreat during a previous appearance on Bound for Glory.
Congratulations to John, who was named Producer of the Year in 2017 at Okemo Valley TV in Ludlow, VT, for his significant contributions to the station. John is in the process of recording his entire library of tunes in video form with the help of Okemo Valley TV's Executive Director, Patrick Cody.
Currently, John is recording his repertoire of Irish tunes, just in time for Saint Patrick's Day! Click on the link below to view his up-to-date video archive on Okemo Valley TV's website.
John is pleased to announce that he is now accepting clawhammer banjo students at the Chester Music Center, a brand new community music space in downtown Chester, VT. Students with some prior experience and an interest in learning clawhammer are encouraged to contact him. Thanks to the Rutland Herald for helping to spread the word, check out their article by clicking the link below!
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