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Coal mining songs of the northeast PA performed

Published May 18. 2012 05:01PM

Jay Smarr, local folk musician, will be performing at Tuscarora State Park visitor center from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday, May 27. This informative yet musical program highlights the struggles and disasters of coal miners in Northeast Pennsylvania. Document and researched original compositions are presented by first explaining their origin, then musically through song. Jay Smarr accompanies his vocals with guitar, claw hammer, banjo, fiddle and a form of clog dancing. Coal mining photos, books and chronicles are also shared with the audience.

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