Sunday, July 7, 2013

Seymour store to host songwriter prodigy's CD release party

Farmer's Feast supper slated Saturday
SEYMOUR - “Farmer Kim” Dulka, proprietor of the All-American Valley General Store and fourth generation grower at the town’s Red Clover Farms, will be having Sawyer Fredericks over for supper Saturday.

All-American Valley General Store

That's when the young singer-songwriter prodigy will host a release party for his first full-length CD, Out My Window, in concert with the evening’s “Farm to Table” 5-Course Farmer’s Feast.

The event is the store’s summer Saturdays fete to support local growers by gathering folks for a supper prepared from ingredients from area farms and dairies.

Sawyer Fredericks, a 14 year-old songwriter prodigy and country crooner, lives on Windrake Farm, his family’s farm south of Fultonville, NY. 
He learned to play guitar at 10, and began writing his own songs one year later. 
He recently recorded his first full-length CD, Out My Window, with the title song one of 15 original tracks featured on the release, recorded at Jeffrey Britton’s studio in Glen Falls, NY.  
Fredericks has promoted the debut recordings at Happy Jacks Café at the Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market in Gloversville, N.Y. and at Goorin Bros., the hat shop where he bought his motif black bowler on Bleeker Street in Gotham’s West Village.

His Connecticut release party at the All American Valley General Store is simply “organic” as he is kindred with Dulka’s history and home on her family farm, as well as her own journey as a country musician.

Fredericks will perform at Saturday's 13 “Farm to Table” feast and autograph copies of his debut CD at the event. 
If you can’t make it to the General Store, CDs will soon be available for purchase via and iTunes. 
Copies may be ordered from his family by sending $20 plus $3 shipping to Sawyer Fredericks, P.O. Box 98, Fultonville, N.Y. 12072.

An Evening with Sawyer / CD Release Party Menu:
1. Red Cabbage Slaw 2. Grilled Corn & Mango Salad 3. Buttermilk Herbed Chicken 4. Orzo with Roasted Summer Garden Vegetables  5. Chocolate Cake with Buttercream Frosting

The farmer’s feast supper seats from 6:30 to 9:30 pm. Cost is $25 per person. 

The Red Clover Café menu of sandwiches, soups, salads and paninis is also available and patrons are also invited to enjoy the outdoor porch, patio and herb garden.
The store is open during the event, where diners can browse or buy produce, maple products, chocolates, organic soaps fresh spun alpaca yarn and more, all procured from local growers and artisans.
Reservations are strongly recommended; call 203-828-6442.
The information is this post is taken from a press release. 

1 comment:

Bette B said...

We can't wait to see him perform, he has so much talent for a young teen. He is an amazing artist, and we look forward to following his career.

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