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Review: Songs of protest fill The Egg at anti-fracking show (with photo gallery)

Natalie Merchant, right, and Erik Della Penna, left, performing Paul Simon's "American Tune" at the New Yorkers Against Fracking Concert at the Egg in Albany, NY on Tuesday, May 15, 2012.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Natalie Merchant, right, and Erik Della Penna, left, performing Paul Simon's "American Tune" at the New Yorkers Against Fracking Concert at the Egg in Albany, NY on Tuesday, May 15, 2012.
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Protest music was alive and well throughout the entire New Yorkers Against Fracking concert Tuesday night in The Egg’s Hart Theatre. For four hours, a who’s who of New York musicians and artists of all stripes entertained and informed the full house on the dangers of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, as it is better known. While it could be argued that the myriad speakers and performers were preaching to the choir, as it were, the ...


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