On Sunday November 4th, 2012 from 2 – 3:30 pm, Bill Berlinghoff, a Farmington, Maine based folksinger in the Pete Seeger tradition, brings more than 45 years of performing experience to the Harlow Gallery.
Bill has appeared in almost every east coast state from Maine to Virginia and as far west as Colorado and Oregon. In his rich, flexible baritone, accompanied by banjo or guitar, Bill sings a wide range of songs, spanning the traditional mountain music of Tennessee, the popular folk music of the ’60s, topical songs of quiet coffeehouses, and rowdy singalongs of the Irish pubs. His first album, A Time for Getting Wiser , has gotten regional and national airplay, and he has appeared on cable television in both Connecticut and Maine. Bill is particularly fond of many of the songs that have flowed from Woody Guthrie’s musical legacy.
On view through November is “This Land is Your Land: Photographic Interpretations of a Legend Woody Guthrie“. This Sunday afternoon music event continues the celebration of Woody Guthrie’s Centennial Year (www.woody100.com).