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April 26

The Big City Folk Collective – A Short Anthropology of the Music Scene in NYC: Part 2

I first ran into the Big City Folk collective at a bar, ironically called “Buskers,” in the Village – just south of NYU Law.  (The business no longer hosts the open-mic there).  The man in charge is Niall Connolly – a singer-songwriter with considerable pop skills that he nevertheless masterfully subdues in service of folk song […]