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In the Studio: SUNY Potsdam's Pointercounts

The Pointercounts, SUNYPotsdam's all-male acappella group, is hosting its annual A Cappella Jam, Saturday, March 31 at 8 pm in the Snell Music Theater on the SUNYPotsdam campus. It's a celebration of acappella music featuring The Pointercounts, as well as Ithaca College's Ithacappella, and A# Arrangement, also from SUNY Potsdam. The Pointercounts joined Todd Moe in the studio for a live performance.  Go to full article

Song: All My Lovin' performed by the Pointercounts

The SUNY Potsdam a capella group, the Pointercounts, performing All my Lovin' live during the NCPR regional news hour, March 30, 2001.  Go to full article

Peter Schickele Brings PDQ Bach to Potsdam

Peter Schickele and PDQ Bach: "The Jeckyl and Hyde Tour" visits the Crane School of Music Saturday night, February 24 at 7:30 in Hosmer Hall. The concert is part of the Community Performance Series at SUNY Potsdam. For more than 35 years, Schickele has been the foremost authority on the works of PDQ Bach, the youngest and oddest child of JS Bach. Todd Moe has more.  Go to full article

A Singing Valentine, Barbershop-style

As much a part of the American culture as Mom and apple pie, barbershop quartet singing is an American institution. It's alive today, largely through the efforts of an...  Go to full article

Eileen Ivers and "Crossing the Bridge"

Todd Moe chats with Eileen Ivers, traditional Irish fiddle champion. She's been called the "Jimi Hendrix of the violin." Eileen Ivers and her band were in concert January...  Go to full article

Song: Mustang Sally by Hot Rods on Blocks

Hot Rods On Blocks performing Mustang Sally live on The Radio Bob Show, January 17, 2001.

Left: Radio Bob--the early years: at the keyboard in 1967...  Go to full article
Violinist Soovin Kim with elementary school students in Plattsburgh.

Musical Homecoming for Plattsburgh's Soovin Kim

This weekend music lovers in the Plattsburgh area have an opportunity to hear a world-class string quartet. The ensemble has spent the past week giving workshops at schools...  Go to full article

Theme Music Composed for the Morning New Hour

Paul Siskind made a truly unique contribution to North Country Public Radio, composing the theme music used during our morning news hour and arranging it in many styles for...  Go to full article

Two Tuvan songs performed by Ional Sam

Sixteen-year old Tuvan throat singer Ional Sam toured the Adirondacks in December 2000 as part of a visiting Russian delegation. Brian Mann recorded him in Ray Brook.  Go to full article

Song: Early in the Morning by the King-Tones

The King-Tones performing "Early in the Morning," live on The Blue Note. Recorded in the NCPR studio, September 26, 2000.  Go to full article

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