Foultonville Folksingers Focus on History, Poetry

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The Historians LogoThis week on The Historians Podcast, folksingers Cosby Gibson and Tom Staudle of Fultonville, NY, perform poetry and history songs. Words of poets including Edgar Allen Poe and Rudyard Kipling are put to original music by Tom Staudle. Cosby Gibson’s original history songs portray the lives of settlers during the American Revolution.

Listen to the podcast here.

“The Historians” podcast is also heard on RISE, WMHT’s radio information service for the blind and print disabled in New York’s Capital Region and Hudson Valley. The podcast is recorded at Dave Greene’s Eastline Studio.

You can support this audio history project by making a contribution to this year’s GoFundMe campaign.

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Bob Cudmore

About Bob Cudmore

Bob Cudmore is author of Lost Mohawk Valley, Hidden History of the Mohawk Valley, Stories from the Mohawk Valley and the satirical book, You Can’t Go Wrong. He writes “Focus on History” every Saturday in Schenectady's Daily Gazette newspaper and hosts the weekly podcast "The Historians" at

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