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Titusville Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Titusville, Pennsylvania It t itt Asbille Era la saturday july la 2015established june 14,1865. The first daily newspaper in the Pennsylvania Oil Region. 75 cents in in we Apt. Vav 4 of a pram. \ i in a a it a la a a a. R jl3/l a v % v Vij i a in pm a a of % / a str is he a do i i a amp a j Wmma % so Herald photos Joshua Sterling left bassist Guy Forbes and Singer guitarist Jesse proper As newmen played together for the first time in More than five years Friday As one of two free concerts at hot fest right Randy Miller and Roger Kahle of Shindy played the Nightcap at hot fest Friday to a Lawn full of listeners at the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville. Newmen returns to City for hot fest Shindy rings in the evening on the porch by Joshua Sterling the Lawn behind the historic Mckinney mansion on the Campus of the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville filled up with people and Lawn chairs Friday As hot fest presented two free concerts on a perfect summer evening. After not playing together for five years and Only occasionally swapping music Over the internet a new men brought Back their patented musical Comfort of life in Titusville to a crowd Friday evening. The band crafted an hour Long set that opened with its earliest times from albums like a infield hits a and a adventures in the five minute moment a moving in stages through its evolution to More recent tracks such As a where the lion sleeps a and a mourning in 2006 and 2007, newmen began to grow in popularity throughout the Oil Region playing Folk ballads recounting the Beauty of everyday life in the Small towns that Dot the area a with primary emphasis on Titusville. Those emotional connections to the area were present again Friday As vocalist and guitarist Jesse proper used the Brief Breaks Between songs to explain the songs and Why he wrote them. Before launching into the song a dutch Hill Down a proper in his whimsical words said a dutch Hill i feel like has magnets in it. There is always a longing to come Back to Titusville. And i believe that there Are magnets in that bassist Guy Forbes told the Herald that getting Back together and playing newmen music in front of an audience see Hota Page 3 music a in the air Jay Ungar and Molly Mason to play hot fest tonight compiled by Mary Hill grammy award winning acoustic music artists Jay Ungar and Molly Mason will perform their unique style of music during hot fest. Unger and Mason will give a free concert today at 8 ., in Henne auditorium on the Campus of the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville. The married couple have become one of the most celebrated duos on the american acoustic music scene. Their consummate musicianship incomparable warmth and wit and obvious love of the music have delighted audiences worldwide. Millions were entranced by their performance of ungers haunting composition a Ashokan Farewell a for Ken bums pcs documentary a the civil War a that earned the couple International acclaim. The soundtrack won a grammy and a Ashokan Farewell was nominated for an emmy. But under and masons roots were planted in different music styles. Unger grew up in the Bronx. Mason is from Washington state. He was raised on pop music of the 1940s and �?T50s. She had a fondness for traditional fiddle music and �?T30s and �?T40s popular tunes. He Hung out in Greenwich Village coffeehouses and roamed North Carolina and Tennessee in search of traditional players. She played clubs and colleges on the West coast and took a liking to the Jazzy sound of the swing Era. Since joining forces a both artistically and romantically the two would marry in 1991 a Ungar and Mason have become one of the most celebrated duos on the v. To. A i y. Grammy award winning acoustic artists Jay Unger and Molly Mason will perform a free concert during hot fest today at 8 ., in Henne auditorium on the Campus of the University of Pittsburgh at Titusville. /4u /4mexico pm Wash w. Spring Street Titusville our automatics int la or thewl Wax Yaar Cai Tor hmm ii accepting credit cards a american acoustic music scene. It started with a Chance meeting in the late 1970s. Unger and Mason were each performing at the Towne crier a Rural new York club. They hit it off musically and played together from time to time until Mason headed off to Minnesota to work in the House band of a new radio show Garrison Keillor so a Prairie Home meanwhile Back in new York Unger put together a band with fellow fiddlers Evan Stover and Matt Glaser and guitarist Russ Barenberg. When fiddle fever As the collaboration was called needed a Bass More is Mason signed on. The group recorded two classic los now available on cd As a the Best of fiddle fever a flying fish records. The Early �?T80s also saw the beginning of ungers Ashokan fiddle and dance Camps a world renowned destination for enthusiasts of american music and dance traditions. Several years later Mason became a full partner in designing and running these programs which Are still going Strong. A Ashokan music and dance Camps Are for adults and families a Unger said via email. A i taught at a dance Camp and a music Camp in the 19 70s. In 1980, i tried running a Camp that had a Strong program for both. In be always believed that fiddle music is dance music. A Friend showed me Ashokan As a possible site. This summer is our 35th in 1984, fiddle fever band members Matt Glaser and Russ Barenberg were working with a Young filmmaker on a documentary film. They gave Ken bums a copy of fiddle fevers second up a Waltz of the wind a which included ungers a Ashokan a i recorded a Ashokan Farewell with my band fiddle fever in 1984,�?� Unger said. A two of the band members Russ Barenberg and Matt Glaser were working on the second film by a Young aspiring Unger said that the film was a the Brooklyn Bridge a and the filmmaker was Ken Burns. A they gave Ken a copy of the album. He immediately fell in love with a Ashokan Farewell and contacted me directly about performing historic music for a variety of Short documentaries that he was embarking on a Unger said. A these included the Congress a a Empire of the air a Thomas Hart Benton and a see Folk Page 3 Index classifieds 9 comics 8 Community. .2 help .5 opinion. 4 sports. 6 vital statistics. 3 Contact us the Titusville Herald 209 w Spring st., Titusville a16354 phone 814 827-3634 online wow email news Titusville Herald com a. Lottery pick 2 9, 0 amp 0. 6 pick 3 6. 8, 3 amp 1, 3, 1 pick 4 6, 1,3, 9 amp 1,6, 4,2 pick 5 0, 4, 9, 7. 5 amp 3, 3, 2, 2, 5 Cash 5 1, 2, 7. 14, 24 treasure Hunt 6, 7, 10, 22, 30 contestants for Pleasantville baby Are Laila Greathouse 2014 Pleasantville baby Adalynn Miller and Hailey see. Not pictured Are Chloe Mumford Bradleigh Neely and Blakey Evans. Hilltop fair opens its fun sunday Herald Pleasantville the Pleasantville Community festival will Host its miss Pleasantville pageant sunday at 1 30 ., and the rest of the we Klong festivities gets under Way tuesday. The theme for this years festival is through the decades from the hippie to the Selfie. On tuesday from 4 to 7 ., the Pleasantville Volunteer fire department will hold a fish Fry. Meanwhile Carl Olson will entertain music lovers. On wednesday the vendors and Midway will be set up and open from 6 to to The evening will also be a kids the popular a Pleasantville prison will be available from 7 to 9 On thursday vendors and Midway will again be open to festival goers from 6 to to ., with the seventh annual car cruise in taking place from 6 to 8 Pleasantville prison will again be open from 7 to 9 ., and deejay Erie rarer will provide the tunes from 6 to 9 On Friday a pie eating and baking contest along with an auction will be held from 5 to 7 ., with vendors and Midway available from 6 to to. Lake Erie tractor pulls will be held beginning at 6 ., and necessary experience will entertain music lovers from 7 to to Pleasantville prison will be open from 7 to 9. The annual Hilltop festivities will conclude saturday with a pet show begging at i A Parade will course through town at 4 ., and the vendors and Midway will be in place from 6 to to Pleasantville prison will be from 7 to 9. The band a Fine til Friday a will play from 7 30 to 10 30 ., with a fireworks a extravaganza a scheduled to dazzle upturned eyes at to Chance auctions and vendors will be located inside the fire Hall nightly. Wolf willing to explore sales income tax hike alternatives by Mack Levy associated press Harrisburg a gov. Tom Wolf said Friday that he would listen to ways to wipe out a Long term deficit and increase education Aid without raising sales or income taxes but he also insisted that the deficit be addressed honestly and without what he Calls a smoke and Wolf s comments to reporters following a speech to the Pennsylvania american legion convention at a downtown Harrisburg hotel came on the 10th Day his administration is without signed budget legislation that gives it the authority to pay All of its Bills in the new fiscal year. A key sticking Point identified earlier in the week by Senate majority Leader Jake Corman was Wolf s insistence on an income or sales tax increase to support state spending. Asked if he could get what he wanted for education and the deficit without raising income or sales taxes Quot a 81 deaths a Samuel j. A Butch Cosper 67 a Marjory Jean Grant 86 Wolf a Democrat said he was not sure. A i done to know How you do that but id like to see a Wolf said. A there might be some ways and id be Happy to work with ways to do it. He added that budget in Akers must be honest about a Long term budget deficit that has prompted rating Agency downgrades and left Pennsylvania a creditworthiness in the nations basement. A we can to use smoke and mirrors that we be used in the past a Wolf said. A a we be got to get to it in a real Way to a balanced budget. In a willing to talk about things but i Haven to heard anything negotiations w Ere at a standstill Friday with no new talks scheduled. The budget that Wolf inherited from former gov. Tom Corbett and the Republican controlled legislature was balanced on More than $2 billion in onetime Stopgap. Weather today sunny with a High near 83 Light Northeast wind tonight mostly Clear with a Low around 56. Calm wind. For a Complete forecast turn to Page 3. \ v

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