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UNISON ARTS CENTER PRESENTS:
Marc Black’s ‘Life…One Song at a Time’
Having composed over 500 songs in his lifetime, Marc Black has put together a multi media show in which he sings his life’s story.  From love to love to love, its all there… singable, touching and ultimately… joyful.
Marc, a¬†New York Blues Hall of Fame inductee, plays a finger style blues reminiscent of Mississippi John Hurt and Tim Hardin.¬† And his credentials include being named¬†Folk Artist of the Year¬†on ABC Radio, and recording and performing with many luminaries including Art Garfunkel, Richie Havens, Taj Mahal and Pete Seeger, to name a few.¬† While still in high school, his band, ‚ÄėThe Blades of Grass‚Äô had a top forty hit, playing shows with the Doors, Neil Diamond, The Dave Clark Five and Van Morrison.
Once you hear Marc’s songs, you can tell right away that they spring spontaneously from his heart.
Marc Black is a cultural historian with a guitar, as smart and savvy as he is entertaining.  The audience was hooked from the second he set foot on stage.  Artistic director, Derin Tanya, Woodstock’s Kleinert/James Art Center
Marc Black transported all of us back in time with his amazing voice, his guitar wizardry, funny stories, and heartfelt insights. Tom O’ Brian, Board of Directors, Logond Music School
Saturday, October 26, 8 pm
Unison Arts Center
845-255-1559

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