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Live in the Clubs: Duo adapts songs from Depression era

Former street musicians Chris Satterlee, left, and Jack Woodward will perform their acoustic music at the Moon & River Cafe in Schenectady on Friday.  (photo: Brian McElhiney/Gazette Reporter)
Former street musicians Chris Satterlee, left, and Jack Woodward will perform their acoustic music at the Moon & River Cafe in Schenectady on Friday. (photo: Brian McElhiney/Gazette Reporter)
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Jack Woodward and Chris Satterlee could have been any acoustic duo busking the streets during the Great Depression. Of course, they might not have been playing songs by Ke$ha or Nirvana back then. Stand-up bassist Woodward and acoustic guitarist Satterlee, better known as Jack and Chris, have been influenced by the current economic downturn in more ways than one. Both 22 and recent college graduates, the longtime friends and musical collaborators decided in the spring ...

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