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We got it wrong: Lorre Wyatt & Michael Nix perform Friday

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Lorre Wyatt & Michael Nix perform Friday
(Editor’s note: The print edition and the previous online edition of the Arts & Entertainment calendar had the wrong date for this event. This is the correct information) Lorre Wyatt and Michael Nix will play together Friday at the Great Falls Coffeehouse in Turners Falls and you won’t want to miss it; both are local and both are fine folk musicians. Wyatt was a long-time collaborator with Pete Seeger, both as a songwriter and musician, working with Seeger on one of his last albums. Nix is a multi-instrumentalist, inventor of the banjar and well-known locally as a member of Pioneer Consort. The coffeehouse is at the Great Falls Discovery Center, 2 Avenue A, Turners Falls: Doors open at 6:30 p.m. You can expect a vibrant blend of traditional and current folk songs, seasoned with jazz and classical flavors. Lorre is best known for his socially and environmentally-conscious material. Coffee and homemade baked goods available. The museum and museum store are open during intermission. Suggested sliding scale donation $6 to $12; free for children. Wheelchair accessible. 863-3221, greatfallsdiscoverycenter.org.

Submitted photo Lorre Wyatt & Michael Nix perform Friday (Editor’s note: The print edition and the previous online edition of the Arts & Entertainment calendar had the wrong date for this event. This is the correct information) Lorre Wyatt and Michael Nix will play together Friday at the Great Falls Coffeehouse in Turners Falls and you won’t want to miss it; both are local and both are fine folk musicians. Wyatt was a long-time collaborator with Pete Seeger, both as a songwriter and musician, working with Seeger on one of his last albums. Nix is a multi-instrumentalist, inventor of the banjar and well-known locally as a member of Pioneer Consort. The coffeehouse is at the Great Falls Discovery Center, 2 Avenue A, Turners Falls: Doors open at 6:30 p.m. You can expect a vibrant blend of traditional and current folk songs, seasoned with jazz and classical flavors. Lorre is best known for his socially and environmentally-conscious material. Coffee and homemade baked goods available. The museum and museum store are open during intermission. Suggested sliding scale donation $6 to $12; free for children. Wheelchair accessible. 863-3221, greatfallsdiscoverycenter.org.

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