Chuck Brodsky is a storytelling, songwriting, modern-day troubadour whose genuine warmth and quirky, finely-crafted songs touches hearts, funny bones, and a nerve or two. With irony and wit, his twelve CDs celebrate the eccentric, holy, courageous, inspiring, and the beautiful, while poking fun at what needs poking.
After a few years busking in Europe and picking fruit, Chuck began performing around northern California in the late 1980’s. Over the past 28 years he’s played concerts all across the USA and in eleven countries. Several of his songs have appeared in movies and on tv, while others have been covered by artists as diverse as David Wilcox, Kathy Mattea, The African Children’s Choir of Uganda, and Frogwings (with Warren Haynes and Derek Trucks). The National Baseball Hall of Fame, where he’s performed 3 times, has dubbed him “Baseball’s Troubadour Poet Laureate.”
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Topic: Poughkeepsie HVFG Open Mic
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Open mic performances will be available to all. The Zoom meeting opens at 7 for signup, sound check, and socializing. The open mic begins at 7:30
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