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The River Recordings is a River Reporter project to host local musicians once a month in our office for stripped-down sets and a short interview. The musicians will play live at either Here & Now Brewing Co. in Honesdale, PA or Rafter's Tavern in Callicoon, NY at the end of the month.  
Chris Raabe, October 6, 2019

Hudson Valley-based musician Chris Raabe visited our office to perform a few original tunes on October 6. The artist let us hear some material that isn't quite finished yet, and talked about his "identity crisis" as a musician inspired by many genres. He'll play at Here & Now Brewing Co. in Honesdale, PA on Oct. 25 at 7 p.m.
Gabby Borges, Sept. 8, 2019

Hawley-based musician Gabby Borges visited our office just before winning a Steamtown Music Award for best folk/Americana music act of the year. The 21-year-old artist sings a few original songs from her albums "Linoleum Complex" and "If My Eyes Could Talk" and talks a bit about her writing process. She'll play at Rafter's Tavern in Callicoon, NY on Sept. 21 at 8 p.m.
August 11, 2019: Robert Tellefsen

PA-based musician Robert Tellefsen visited our office just before the anniversary of the Woodstock Music and Arts Fair, where his personal mentor Richie Havens opened in 1969 with an unforgettable set. Tellefsen, whose open strumming and conga backing match the vibey, rhythmic rock 'n roll of Havens' era, talked a little bit about his encounters with Havens and his music before playing a few songs. Watch his video below.