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Hackensack Riverkeeper presents
A Pete and Toshi Seeger Wetlands Preservation Event
Uncle Floyd/John Dull and Friends
Environmental Expo and Concert
At the RCC Concert Hall in Rutherford, NJ
(corner of Union and Prospect Ave.'s; Rutherford, NJ 07070)
Saturday, March 30, 2019
Expo – 7:15 pm
Concert – 8:05 pm

Steve's Coin and Stamp
2 Franklin Place, Rutherford, NJ ---  201-935-3737 (call for box office hours)
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Expo includes pro-active displays with 15 high-profile environmental groups:
Sierra Club; Audubon Society; Clean Water Action; Gateway National Park: Rutherford Green Team; and more

Pete and Toshi Seeger Environmental Expo and Concert - March 30 - press release
A Pete and Toshi Seeger Wetlands Preservation Event
with Uncle Floyd/John Dull and Friends
WHEN: Saturday, March 30:  Environmental Expo – 7:15pm;
                             Concert - 8:05pm
WHERE: RCC Concert Hall – Union and Prospect Aves., Rutherford NJ
TICKETS/INFO:    online: 
                              Walk-up:  Steve’s Coin; Franklin Place, Rutherford NJ 07070;  201 - 935 -3737
                                        $15 and $25
In this, the 100th year celebration of Pete Seeger’s birth, numerous commemorative events will grace NJ, NY, and Hudson Valley stages.
Authorized by the Seeger family, one such premier event will appear in Rutherford, NJ on March 30. The “Pete and Toshi Seeger Wetlands Preservation Series” hosts its eleventh concert and expo --- presented, fittingly, by Hackensack Riverkeeper, stalwart environmental activist group.
Preceded by a proactive environmental expo featuring information booths by important regional earth associations, Uncle Floyd/John Dull and Friends will concertize in Rutherford’s RCC Hall.
 Rumor has it that at the event you will be able to personally meet a screech owl at booths, and you will certainly be able to walk away with pertinent environmental info, giveaways, and an inspired wake-up call by Riverkeeper, NJ Sierra, and Friends.
The Uncle Floyd/John Dull and Friends Show
"An evening of outlandish chuckles and thoughtful folk provocation!"
A hootin’acoustic concert features Uncle Floyd and 2 bands following the expo:
1/  UNCLE FLOYD (Floyd Vivino) - Co-host – vaudevillian comic extraordinaire has, for decades, been tickling piano keys and funny bones. His long running syndicated cable PBS TV show, both visionary and earthly, garnered fans from around the globe – including The Ramones; David Bowie and John Lennon.
2/ The Loretta Hagen Band:
Songwriter Loretta Hagen -- ‘heart driven, soul filling, Folk Americana. Her rich alto voice and strong songwriting skills have led her to win "Just Plain Folk" Music Award’s "Best New Folk Album";  “Top Female Songwriter of the Year” ---winner of the NJ Folk Festival Songwriter Competition.
3/ The Dull Music Band:
Ted Clancy – guitarist who has played HBO specials and toured as lead with the Happenings in the 60's. ----
David Rimelis: Mandolin player and violinist toured internationally. The son of country western singer “Idaho Ed,” Rimelis was raised on American folk and popular music; he is the winner of several regional fiddle contests.
Scott Petito - member of punk folk band, the Fugs -- co-produced Pete Seeger's Grammy nominated "At 89." - plays bass for the Dull Music Band  
Alex Zetelski - 31-year-old drummer – storied experience with hand percussion instruments such as the African djembe,  Latin American bongos, and congas. 
Martin Dull  - songwriter shares lead, writing duties, and rhythm guitar in the Dull Music Band. Style  "indie-acoustic."  By career, a visual artist, Dull was the 2015 recipient of the Peter Rippon/Royal Academy European Travel Grant, and has been guest speaker at several institutions including the New York Studio School, Fordham University, and Hunter College. 
John Dull - Musical co-host of the "Uncle Floyd/John Dull and Friends Show," has been a staple in the national and regional folk scene for 30+ years. As singer-songwriter, he has performed with Emmylou Harris; The Oak Ridge Boys; Peter, Paul and Mary; Richie Havens; Odetta; Tom Paxton; Tom Chapin; and, most notably, with Pete Seeger.

Founded in 1997 by Captain Bill Sheehan, Hackensack Riverkeeper is the leading environmental organization working on Hackensack River issues. The group engages in a fourfold strategy of environmental action, advocacy, education and enforcement in its work to protect, preserve and restore the Hackensack River Watershed. Their ongoing efforts mean protected wetlands, remediated toxic sites, restored habitats, better public access, and a new appreciation for the “River of Many Bends”! 
The Story of the Pete and Toshi Seeger Wetlands Preservation Concert Series
On the inspiration of Pete and Toshi Seeger, the Wetlands Preservation Concert Series continues.
When the Seegers eyed expansive wetlands during travels on the NJ Pike, it occurred to them how fragile these beautiful meadows and other wetlands in the northeast are and how they are in need of our awareness and aggressive protection.
Much work has already been done in NJ wetland areas. This series will provide environmental expo lobby displays which highlight some of that work, and will give awards to proactive groups and individuals for outstanding environmental progress in wetland areas.
Focused awareness information, however, still needs to be disseminated about remaining untarnished and semi-tarnished meadow areas. These areas are in pronounced need of protection.
This string of concerts, kicked off by Pete and Friends in November 2010, will have as its goal - -- awareness proliferation surrounding the wonderful opportunities, and beauties that lie in our wetlands. The series will encourage proactive involvement.
Between concerts, visit the trails of DeKorte Park (Lyndhurst, NJ), or take a pontoon boat tour of the Hackensack River. You may see a bald Eagle or 2, an egret, or some beautiful treasure that will remind us of the need to protect these strange and wonderful habitats for future generations.
This acoustic series is storied – Seeger himself concertized 3 times for its environmental platform (his last concert ever in NJ was part of the series); folk mentors, Tom Paxton; John McCutcheon; Tony Trischka and scores of regional musicians have graced its stage. Environmental awards have been bestowed on artists; activists and organizations for their accomplishments in meadowland protection.  Concerts include tabled displays by several environmental groups.
Artists include
Uncle Floyd Vivino
Loretta Hagen
Gary Hagen
Ted Clancy
Dave Rimelis
Linda Lambiase
Alex Zetelski
Dammers-Desmond Trio
Martin Dull
John Dull
Beacon-Seeger Sloop Choir
Sponsored by
Hackensack Riverkeeper
Boiling Springs Savings Bank
Rutherford Congregational Church
Community of God’s Love, Rutherford NJ
Sierra Club
Jersey Audubon
DVP Studios
JMH Dull Productions
And more