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First Night Binghamton 10th Year|
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We are thrilled to present this 10th Anniversary First Night® Binghamton Commemorative CD celebrating ten
years of exceptional music performances. Acclaimed artists, renowned for their musical artistry and dedication
to their community, have generously contributed inspiring music for this CD, which reflects a variety of genres
from classical to folk to rock.
It is an honor for Southern Tier Celebrates! to once again present these First Night® Binghamton performers
in this commemorative CD, and we hope you will have many hours of enjoyment listening to these artists.
Thank you for supporting Southern Tier Celebrates! and we hope to see you at our arts events throughout
Chief Executive Officer Southern Tier Celebrates
- Jared Campbell - Sweet Jenny (3:57)
©2004 Jared Campbell Music. In just two short years of pursuing his music career, Jared
Campbell, a 23 year old singer songwriter from Binghamton, NY, has developed himself as a fixture in the
Northeast independent music scene. His thought provoking lyrics and melodic vocals cross many genres as
well as appeal to many demographics. By connecting with his loyal fans on an individual basis, Jared has
been able to sell over 10,000 CDs independently. As Jared explains, his goal "is to have his music impact
the lives of his listeners, whether it be a feel good song like "Only Getting Better" or a deeply rooted
song about overcoming life's obstacles such as "Catch A Glimpse of Blue". Although Jared's recordings are
mostly full band productions, Jared typically performs as a solo acoustic artist which affords him the
opportunity to invite listeners into the depth of his songs.
- Annie Burns - Days In Italy (4:54)
by Annie Burns and Rich Depaolo ©2003 Annie Burns. Annie Burns plays emotional adult
contemporary music, in the vein of Sarah McLachlan. Burns' voice is very fluid and pleasant, kind of like
an old friend welcoming you with a cozy little hug.
- Curt Osgood - Munster Cloak Pigeon on The Gate (3:43)
Curt Osgood, of Binghamton NY, has been pleasing audiences with his dulcimer artistry for
over twenty years, both as a solo and ensemble performer. The hammered dulcimer, a member of the zither
family, is different from the Appalachian or fretted dulcimer in that the strings of the hammered dulcimer
are tapped with little mallets or hammers rather than strummed. Its harp like sound can invoke numerous
- John Rossbach - Gemstone Reel (2:39)
John Rossbach has a powerful and compelling voice that evokes the many moods and magic
of traditional American roots music. An award winning multi-instrumentalist, he can lift you with the lilt
of an old time mandolin melody, rivet you with a lowdown slide guitar blues and fire you up with a driving
banjo breakdown! John's notorious puns, outrageous tall tales, and humorous anecdotes share deep insights
into the fascinating stories behind America's indigenous musical art forms.
- Morgan String Band - Stop Rocking the Boat (3:38)
Traditional, contemporary & original Bluegrass mixed with some "converted" classic
rock songs. With vocals & tight harmonies, a sure crowd pleaser to bring in the new year.
- Terry Kelleher with Dannielle Spinndler-Swart and Carrie Shore - The Island Privateers (3:05)
©2001 Terry Kelleher is a singer/songwriter and occasional performer around Ithaca and
Binghamton. He has a deep appreciation of story songs, and a love of humorous songs. He performs a wide range
of contemporary folk music in addition to his own originals. Dannielle Spindler-Swart enjoys making music
with her friends around the Binghamton-Ithaca area and demonstrating to children that music does not come
from small plastic disks, but from people just like them! Carrie Shore plays in the traditional duo, Phil
Shapiro and Carrie Shore.
- John Covelli - Chopin Waltz in E Minor, Op.Posth. (3:08)
John Covelli is a dazzling musician who has a way of winning standing ovations from
audiences without flash or gimmicks.... a gift that can only be described as an endowment of special charisma,
tasteful and elegant music making as a conductor pianist, along with substantial and colorful programming,
and a winning stage charm are all in his magnetic spectrum.
- Binghamton High School Steel Drum Band, Joel Smales, Director. - Just a Moment Ago (4:36)
The BHS Steel Drum Band has performed for many festivities through out the year, every year
since 2000. It has received rave reviews and consistent standing ovations for its music and "island sound" and
"feel". The band has also enjoyed the opportunity to provide a South American Batacuda march processional
during many festivities through out the year and for First Night®. This energetic processional features
authentic South American instruments and rhythms with audience participation winding through downtown streets,
office buildings, and concert halls.
- Gene Henry - Amazing Grace (2:44)
Gene has been a regular performer on New Year's Eve in Binghamton, NY, for the citywide
First Night® Celebration for the past four years. Audiences are attracted to his sweet voice, sincere smile
and the genuine interest he shows in entertaining his fans.
- The Stoutmen - Hills of Connemara (2:52)
The Stoutmen are an Irish folk quartet in the Binghamton area of upstate NY. Their strong,
straightforward singing of traditional songs in the style of the Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem, Dubliners,
and Wolfe Tones is a great fit for festivals, family events and, of course, an evening in the pub! With a great
mix of powerful rebel songs, jovial drinking songs, toe tapping reels and beautiful Irish ballads, The Stoutmen
portray Ireland's past and present in vocal harmony and colorful arrangements.
- Zela Zola - Con Brio (3:41)
Zela Zola is a duo based in Ithaca, NY, featuring Arthur "Arturo" Bakert on acoustic lead
guitar and mandolin, and A.N. Bakert on rhythm guitar. They play a style of music inspired by Django Reinhardt
and Louis Armstrong, with classical and European folk influences. They have been featured on "Gypsy Jazz"
websites around the world, and usually perform around the Finger Lakes region of New York.
- Seneca Moon String Band - Fish In The Millpond/Johnny Don't Get Drunk No More (3:23)
An upstate NY string band who perform traditional music from America & British Isles
on over 30 instruments. You'll hear songs from the top 40 of 100 years ago- ballads and dance tunes that
would have been heard in the grange halls, camp meetings & kitchens of long ago.
- Judy Vail-Giblin with Lyman Strong - God Bless The Child (4:35)
Judy Vail-Giblin has been singing for as long as she can remember, her influences being her
parents and older brothers, musicians all. She performs with Don Godfrey, Al Hamme and other jazz groups, as
well as with local theater groups. She is the featured vocalist with the 17-piece Mason Warrington Orchestra.
Lyman Strong has appeared in concert with Sarah Vaughn, Steve Allen, Quincy Jones, Tony Bennet and Jack Jones.
Since 1996, he has been pursuing both solo and group settings to perform in and has an on-going collaboration
with jazz vocalist Nancy Kelly. Through the use of digital technology, Lyman is able to reproduce the sounds
of acoustic piano, the classic sound of the Hammond B-3 organ or a fully arranged and orchestrated piece of
- Lynne Stanford - Manhattan Meditation (4:07)
An accomplished piano soloist, Lynne has performed in a wide variety of settings in the
United States and Europe, reaching a very diverse audience. From dinner clubs to recital halls to major
community events such as First Night® Binghamton, she has performed everything from important classical
works to original and new age compositions. Career highlights include perfomances in the White House, East
Room in 1997 and 1999, and the opportunity to perform a medley of her first compositions at a gala performance
with several American artists in La Teste, France. Lynne has also performed live for radio broadcast as a part
of a "Music and Artist" series. As a recording artist, she has arranged and recorded keyboard parts for "Heal
the Child" in 1997 and for 2001's "My Soul's Kiss".
- Ceili Rain - Barely Stay Inside My Own Skin (3:52)
by Bob Halligan Jr. ©1999 WBOB Music ASCAP. "Ceili" (say:KAY-lee) is a Gaelic (Irish)
word that means "party". Specifically one with live musicians, dancing, general merriment, and all ages crowd.
"Ceili" is a form of the word "heaven". Rain is the stuff that falls from the sky. Thus, Ceili Rain is a
"downpour of heavenly partiness". May it be ever thus!!!!
- Tom Egan & the Mojo Boogie Band - Almost Zydeco (5:08)
Tom Egan and the Mojo Boogie Band have been adding a little spice and a whole lotta
interactive fun to the music scene in the Twin Tiers area for over three years now. What started as a
weekend project among a group of new found friends (who just happened to rank as some of the most versatile
and experienced players around) has become a phenomenon.
- Jan DeAngelo & Co. - Silent Night (3:34)
Jan DeAngelo & Co. Productions is now in its 10th year of presenting plays, musicals and
variety shows. The company has at least two productions a year with performances held at different venues
throughout the Tier.
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