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Thank You for making our Cold River Radio Show July 14th, 2013
such a Great Success!

Cold River Radio Show
July 14th, 2013
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Musical Guest



Tom Pacheco
Tom Pacheco

Tom Pacheco...
Article in the Woodstock Times May 23, 2013

"Memorial Day Tradition"

As has become tradition in Woodstock for more than a decade now, locals can come out to the Colony Cafe on the Saturday night of Memorial Day fir Tom Pacheco's only full fledged concert of the year in town. The show is at 8 PM Saturday May 25.

One of the world's most prolific songwriters, Pacheco can write about snowflakes, a blue blanket handed down to him by his grandmother, broken pianos in the desert, the folly of looking the other

way when governments commit atrocities; he'll trace the life of a bullet,talk about the killer of Jack the Ripper, and tell the story of Juan Romero, the busboy who cradled Robert Kennedy's head when he was shot in 1968…it's a rich world of possibility, darkness and light, tragedy and heroes, just like the real one. And maybe for the home folks, he'll sing his tribute to the golden days in town, The Hills of Woodstock.

Author
Mike Dickerman Mike Dickerman

White Moutains Hikeing History



Mike Dickerman is a longtime northern New Hampshire resident who was lured to the White Mountains region by its many foot trails and magnificent summits and lush valleys. After more than a decade of reporting on area events for the Littleton Courier newspaper, he started his own publishing company (Bondcliff Books) in 1996 and regularly writes, publishes and distributes books related to New Hampshire’s North Country and White Mountains.

For more than 25 years, his popular hiking column, “The Beaten Path,” has appeared regularly in newspapers across the Granite State. He has authored or edited numerous books, including The 4000-Footers of the White Mountains, Along the Beaten Path, Mount Washington: Narratives and Perspectives, and Lincoln & Woodstock, New Hampshire. He was also co-editor of the

award-winning anthology, Beyond the Notches: Stories of Place in New Hampshire’s North Country, and served as co-editor of the 29th edition of the AMC White Mountain Guide.
Mike will be talking with Jon about  his newest book, White Mountains Hiking History: Trailblazers of the Granite State, published in June by The History Press of Charleston, South Carolina.
Musical Group
Bushrod Washington

Bushrod Washington


When the members of Bushrod Washington joined forces in 2012, nobody knew what to expect. All that existed were five uniquely talented band members, each drawing inspiration from very different corners of the musical universe. But, it would be these differences that would inspire the Bushrod boys from the very first note. Embracing elements from a broad spectrum of genres and influences, Bushrod Washington brings you a unique flavor of Americana that speaks to music's past, present, and future.





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