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Doc Apple to Perform at Farnham 40th Anniversary Event

Oswego, NY –  Central New York band Doc Apple will appear at the Farnham Unplugged at 40: Rock The Arts Halloween Bash on October 29th at the American Foundry. The group was formed in the early 90’s as a folk rock cover band that was heavily influenced by music of The Grateful Dead, The Allman Brothers, The Talking Heads, Bob Dylan and The Bandhas. In 1994 they launched their own slate of original songs with the highly acclaimed “Hope” CD, and in 2007 recorded a second set of originals with, “Now and Then”.  Doc Apple has played on the same stage with Moe, The Spin Doctors, Max Creek, and numerous others. Shown pictured from left to right are band members: Paul Heagerty, Patrick Galvin, Jerritt Wahrendorf, Scott DeVinny and Jeff Davis. The band will join Performance Painter David Garibaldi, and Central New York bands Vitamin X and the Love Volcanoes for the Farnham event. A silent art auction, live auction of Garibaldi’s live stage performance paintings, raffles, food, and Halloween costume contest is also planned for the evening. Doors open at 6 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are $50 per person, and $60 per person at the door. For additional information or tickets please call Farnham Family Services at (315) 342-4489.