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FOR Immediate Release:

August 24, 2021


For the County of Bergen

Make contact with: Derek Sands

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BERGEN COUNTY Offers “MUSIC AT THE BARN” Absolutely free Live performance Collection AT THE WORTENDYKE BARN, PARK RIDGE, NJ

(Park Ridge, NJ) – Bergen County Government James Tedesco III, and the Bergen County Commissioners invite the community to go to a free songs live performance featuring Dean Shot & and specific visitor, legendary saxophonist, Houston Individual, Sunday, August 29, from 4 – 6:30 p.m. at the Wortendyke Barn Museum, a County Historic Web site, 13 Pascack Rd, Park Ridge. Limited seating is obtainable men and women are welcome to convey chairs/blankets and pack a picnic. 

Dean Shot is a present-stopping, gifted guitarist at residence with the blues, R&B, rock and much more. He spent his formative many years playing along with blues legend Hubert Sumlin and potential customers his have band the Dean Shot and the Stable Senders as perfectly as touring with terrific musicians, this sort of as blues great Kim Wilson. Special visitor of Dean’s will be the famous Houston Human being. Musician, bandleader, promoter, Houston Particular person has a lot more than 75 albums underneath his personal name on Status, Westbound, Mercury, Savoy, Muse, and Significant Observe Data. Typically recognised for his work in soul Jazz, he has recorded with Charles Brown, Charles Earland, Lena Horne, Lou Rawls, Horace Silver, Dakota Staton and much more. His operate with prolonged-time collaborator, Etta Jones retains a revered position in audio history.

The no cost out of doors music series will continue with the adhering to:

Sunday, September 26, 4 pm–6:30 pm:  The Detours (Blues)

Sunday, October 24, 1 pm–3:30 pm: 11th Once-a-year Bluegrass & Cider

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The Wortendyke Barn has been a Pascack Valley landmark given that its development on 500 acres of land purchased by the Wortendyke family in 1735.  It was made use of continuously as a barn into the 20th century and is 1 of only 6 pure Dutch barn forms in Bergen County.  In 1997, the barn opened as a museum with agriculture reveals that consist of 18th and 19th century farm implements and equipment, and the history of the Wortendyke relatives farm.

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