Sunday, March 7,  2pm 
Join Linda for this special zoom presentation     

Remember the Ladies: A History of American Women in Song

The role of women’s lives in society from the 18th century to the 19th amendment is highlighted in popular song. Playing mountain and hammered dulcimers and guitar, Linda Russell sings broadsides, laments, murder ballads, love songs, parlor melodies and suffrage anthems. The songs reflect the changing status of women in society. Interspersed with the music are excerpts from women’s diaries and letters. Included will be stories of Deborah Samson, who fought as a soldier in Washington’s army, and New Jersey women who led the fight for Women’s Suffrage.

You will receive a link after you've reserved your spot for this special zoom lecture/concert. 
Sponsored by:Bergen County Historical Society

Saturday, March 20, 3pm

Remember the Ladies: A History of Women in Song

Sponsored by Poppenhusen Institute, College Point Queens

Meeting ID: 869 6430 1651

Passcode: 507847

Sunday, March 21,  2:30pm

A History of Women in Song - via Zoom

This program is a musical illustration of the role of women’s lives in society from the 18th century to the 19th Amendment, by which women were given the right to vote. Linda Russell sings a variety of types of songs which illustrate the history she tells the audience about the changing status of women. 

Sponsored by the Historical Society of the Westbury's and the Westbury Library.

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VIRTUAL CONCERTS available for streaming

Virtual Concert at Long Pond Ironworks!
Linda sings of the fascinating history of this foundry in West Milford, NJ and its role in the American Revolution
NOW on:

Virtual Concert:
Revolution and the Hudson: Songs and Stories
Marches, broadsides, ballads, dance tunes to commemorate the Hudson Valley's part in the War's history. 
NOW on:  Dobbs Ferry Youtube channel

NOW on Facebook - a commemoration of the Battle of Pell's Point at St Paul's Church National Historic Site in Mt Vernon, NY
Scroll down on their page to see a video of Linda presenting songs of the Revolution & discussing the importance of music in the War.

You can hear a couple of my songs appropriate to this hard time by checking out my facebook page: