Folksinger-Songwriter Honor Finnegan to Perform Sunday, May 19 at Borderline Music Club, New City

BY GEORGE J. DACRE

Honor Finnegan high-resHonor has just been chosen as a finalist at the prestigious Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas and Borderline says only the very best and most talented singer/songwriters are selected for this competition. Finnegan, born in Chicago, is to sing at Borderline’s concert that starts at 2 p.m., Sunday at the New City Ambulance Corps Building at 200 Congers Road in New City. Attendees are encouraged to bring a box lunch for four to enjoy along with the other guests at the popular event.

Borderline reps say Honor’s songs are witty, funny, satirical and entertaining. Finnegan told the Rockland County Times the songs she has written contain a lot of topical humor. Opening will be local favorite Michael Scolnick, a traditional folksinger in the Pete Seeger style. Honor accompanies herself with the ukulele.