The sound of support for national wildlife refuges


Inspired by their trip to Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge, the acclaimed folk-rock band River Whyless, in collaboration with Sustain Music and Nature, released the song “Hold Me To Ya” in January through the organization’s Songscape program. Photo courtesy Sustain Music and Nature

MILLERTON — After almost a year of inspired collaboration, the nonprofit organization Sustain Music and Nature — which was co-founded by Betsy Mortensen and Harrison Goodale, who are both recent residents of Millerton — announced the release of a new song and music video by acclaimed folk-rock band River Whyless, in support of National Wildlife Refuges.

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Thank you for the great write up!
Betsy Mortensen