We had a fantastic time performing at the triad  theater doing our  annual "Living in the uSA" Linda Ronstadt tribute! check out the gigs page for my next shows-including another tribute in the catskills.

Linda Ronstadt Living in the USA Tribute Band, March  2024. Triad Theater. 
L to R: Mike Fornatale, Charly  Roth, Tommy DeVito, Glenn Spivak, Jeff Gordon, Shu Nakamura, Sarah Kinsey and Karen Hudson.


FRI. JUNE 28, 7-9 PM Karen Hudson & Julie Grower 
Rafter's Tavern, 28 Upper Main St., Callicoon, NY 

Julie Grower is a NYC songwriter, transplanted to Nashville and is a wonderful prolific writer, and advocate for many important causes. You will love her songs and style.

SAT.  JULY 27, 7-9 PM Linda Ronstadt Tribute Show-with special guests.
Rafter's Tavern, 28 Upper Main St., Callicoon, NY 

The whole band from NYC is going up to  the country and playing this fantastic show for my Catskill Mountain pals! Come on! No cover.

More Videos from the Linda Ronstadt Tribute at the Triad Theater on Video Page

Singer-songwriter Karen Hudson has been compared to Rosanne Cash by
The Village Voice and to early Linda Ronstadt by 3rd Coast Music Magazine in Austin, Texas. She has opened for Madeliene Peyroux, Walter Salas Humara and Pete Seeger. This is Americana for people who keep The Byrds and The Beatles next to Johnny Cash and Patsy Cline.

“She’s an elegant tunesmith, evocative lyricist...a subtly nuanced singer. Some of her songs were funny, like "Nicotine", her irresistibly amusing ode to the death-defying lure of tobacco. Others, like "I Thought I'd Die", with its litany of near-misses, had the matter-of-fact resoluteness that runs through much of her songwriting,"
— New York Music Daily


Past show:
Dream on the Farm
Farm Arts Collective had a SOLD OUT run of “Dream on the Farm” 

What the what? Karen is on the cover of the New York Times Arts Section as a singing sunflower!
​​​​​The Farm Arts Collective were honored to be featured in the New York Times Arts Section on Saturday, August 14th, 2021.
Dream on the Farm was covered by photo journalist Michelle Agins for a few weeks as we rehearsed and performed. 

Here is a link to that photo essay-

Karen was in the ensemble and the supporting band, and sang "Late Bloomer" from her third album, Sonic Bloom, as a sassy sunflower in the play.