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Judith Tulloch

Singer, Songwriter

Episode #5 – Everyone Can Sing

Episode #5 – Everyone Can Sing

ABOUT

Judith Tulloch was born in Manhattan and raised in Brooklyn N.Y. It was there as a child that she discovered her passion for music. Rooted in Jazz, classical, and rock styles, she began to pursue her musical dreams of being a performer. Through her travels she had the opportunity to see and perform in many different places, from New Orleans, to Seattle, the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador, South East Asia, Iceland, Europe and Africa. Now living in New York’s Hudson Valley, Judith performs with her band in the tri-state area, and is currently a music teacher in Orange County.
What’s next for Judith Tulloch Band: Saturday, December 2 at 8:00 pm Songs for the Season – Holiday Show with Mighty Girl! Howland Cultural Center 477 Main Street Beacon, NY

Hester Mundis

Author & Humorist

Episode #16 – He’s An Ape

Episode #16 – He’s An Ape

ABOUT

Hester Mundis is the former head writer for “The Joan Rivers Show” and a four-time Emmy nominee. A multi-tasking author and humorist, she has written, co-written and ghost written plays, screenplays, TV shows, and numerous works of fiction and nonfiction, including the autobiographical No, He’s Not a Monkey, He’s an Ape and He’s My Son, the true account of raising an infant chimpanzee for 2 1/2 years in her Manhattan apartment. www.hestermundis.com
A long-time Hudson Valley resident, Hester currently divides her time between writing and being a crisis hotline volunteer for FAMILY of Woodstock. She is the mother of two sons, has recently become a grandma, and has been happily married for 35 years to on-air radio personality Ron VanWarmer.
What’s Next for Hester – Writing a Middle Grade adventure novel tentatively titled: The Zombie Puppies of Sunnyvale.

David Kraai

Songwriter, Recording Artist, Performer

Episode #81 – Frog Noises

Episode #81 – Frog Noises

ABOUT

David Kraai (pronounced cry, meaning crow) is a multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter who has been traveling and performing his melting pot of country, folk and rock music for over a decade. His roots stem from New York’s Hudson Valley, but his music has taken him all over the United States, and at times abroad.
Kraai has been fortunate enough to release several albums and share stages and bills with some of his heroes like Pete Seeger, Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, Dickey Betts and Leon Russell,
David Kraai’s new album, North Mountain Rambling, was recorded in the basement of the legendary Big Pink – a house just outside of Woodstock, New York. It’s been fifty years since Bob Dylan and The Band recorded The Basement Tapes there and this is the first album recorded and released from Big Pink since those historic sessions. Performers on the album include Dylan alumni Rob Stoner (Rolling Thunder Revue, Desire, Hard Rain, At Budokan, Live 1975) and Eric Weissberg (Blood On The Tracks, “Dueling Banjos”).

           
David says of the album, “I had the idea to record here over a decade ago. It never left my mind, kind of like the songs that came out of this basement. It would be an absolute life-highlight to make any music in these hallowed walls, but to bring new songs into the world from this special place again is very magical. This location, these players, fifty years… it’s more than a dream come true, to me it’s the most perfect circle.” 
What’s next for David: He’s giving an in store performance at the legendary Big Pink in Kingston, NY on November 24th at 1PM.