PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Mayoral candidate Pam Malumphy is hosting a "get out the vote" Central Block party on Tuesday, Sept. 8, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
The "2nd Tuesday" party at 75 North St. includes music by Annie and the Hedonists and is free and open to the public.
Malumphy invites residents to listen to great music and hear why she is perfect for Pittsfield.
Malumphy was a member of the Pittsfield City Council when the Office of Cultural Development was created and was quickly appointed to its search committee. With past positions with Boston Symphony Orchestra and the nationally renowned Huntington Theatre Company in Boston, she says she loves the business of art and the art of business.
Metroland 2008 named Annie and the Hedonists the Best Acoustic Band in the New York Capital District: "What's your pleasure, folkie? Country blues? Bluegrass? Celtic music? Current singer-songwriters? With Annie Rosen's world-class vocals topping off layers of fine instrumental work, this local quartet offers one-stop listening in more tasty genres than you can shake a pick at. That's why they take the acoustic cake."
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