Sally Rogers

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Friday and Saturday Community Sing Song LeaderSally Rogers

Sally Rogers is a musician who lives outside of Hartford Connecticut with husband Howie Bursen and daughters Maya and Malana.  She plays guitar, banjo, and dulcimer and specializes in traditional folk, old-timey and (most recently) children's music. She plays both traditional and original pieces and has been recognized by numerous awards including Best Folk Album of 1982 (Circle of the Sun), Best Children's Recording of 1992 (What Can one Little Person Do?) and again in 1993 (At Quiet O'Clock). She has made frequent radio appearances on "A Prairie Home Companion" and the nationally syndicated "Mountain Stage."   More information about Sally, her schedule and sample audio cuts can be found on her agent’s web site.

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