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Sleepy College Comeback Music in the Mountains

By M . Salamone – Carrick Photography

(The Hollywood Times) 4/9/22 – After a two hour drive over meadow and farm. In the middle of New York, lies Oneonta a little city with a big feel, and these college musicians are taking back the stage. There was one young band that has been on our radar for some time , So Carrick Photography payed a visit- The venue was Foothills Performing Arts & Civic Center, Oneonta, NY. Dog Mom #dogmomofficialband an indie/alternative band experimenting with different music styles – So Good! The entire place was on their feet! Crazy fun, and well worth the trip. Little colleges are truly the way to go for some happening new music. Stay Tuned-

Here’s a few images of the band

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