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Kribs follows advice he got in dream

Singer/songwriter John Kribs will be at the Moon & River Cafe in Schenectady on Saturday. (Brian McElhiney/Gazette Reporter)
Singer/songwriter John Kribs will be at the Moon & River Cafe in Schenectady on Saturday. (Brian McElhiney/Gazette Reporter)
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John Kribs has never been one for self-promotion. And for the most part, he hasn’t needed to do much of it in his 47-year career. The 60-year-old singer-songwriter has been playing professionally since joining his first rock ’n’ roll band at age 13. He’s known in local folk circles for his solo work, his acoustic trio, the Racquette River Rounders, and his four-year stint with The McKrells in the late ’90s; rock crowds know him ...


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