Tonight: Catch James Hunter in Cochecton

British R&B master James Hunter is playing in a quiet corner of Sullivan County tonight to raise money for the anti-fracking efforts of Catskills Citizens for Safe Energy. At $20 a pop, the entrance fee is a steal to see Hunter, who was nominated for a Grammy in 2006 for his blues album, People Gonna Talk. The show starts at 8 at the Nutshell Arts Center in Lake Huntington, but there are door prizes to entice you to get there early. More info below. 

Come Party with us to Fight Fracking at the James Hunter Concert in the Catskills, Friday March 23, 8pm (doors open at 6.30pm) - only $20 at the door!

Grammy-nominated British R&B Artist James Hunter and his band are appearing at the Nutshell Arts Center in Lake Huntington, NY at a concert to benefit Catskills Citizens for Safe Energy and their fight to ban fracking.

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Go Records presents James Hunter and his Band in a performance to benefit Catskill Citizens.

Special Guest Jesse Dee

Doors open at 6:30, Music at 8:00 pm $20 at the door.

The first 200 will receive Grammy nominated CD "People Gonna Talk"

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