Dolly Parton focus of talk Wednesday
“Dolly Parton’s 50-Year Career: From Appalachia to Nashville & Back,” a talk by Hamilton College music professor Lydia Hamessley, will take place at 7:30 pm. on Wednesday, Jan. 17, at The Other Side, 2011 Genesee St., Utica.
Parton’s musical heritage is Appalachian and many of her songs reveal the influence of traditional Appalachian music. In this talk Hamessley will demonstrate this mountain influence in her songs across all phases of her career and will discuss the ways that she presents her mountain girl image in order to be viewed as “authentically” Appalachian even as she presents herself as a hyper-sexualized superstar.
The talk is free to the public. For information call 315-735-4825 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Pushed Aside: Reclaiming Gage’ opera premiere Sunday
Library hosts poetry workshops Saturday
Pushing the Limits Book Club among Oneida library events
Exhibit and Artist Talk Saturday
- 4:00pm 01/17/18‘Pushed Aside: Reclaiming Gage’ opera premiere Sunday
- 4:00pm 01/17/18Library hosts poetry workshops Saturday
- 4:00pm 01/17/18Pushing the Limits Book Club among Oneida library events
- 4:00pm 01/17/18Exhibit and Artist Talk Saturday
- 4:00pm 01/17/18Preschool Story Hour in Remsen
- 4:00pm 01/17/18Talk on Puccini’s ‘Tosca’ Jan. 25
- 10:30am 01/17/18Dolly Parton talk canceled
- 4:00pm 01/10/18Winter focus of library exhibit
- 4:00pm 01/10/18Dolly Parton focus of talk Wednesday
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