Concert-lecture in Rutherford will link folk music, neuroscience

WHAT: “Folk Music Meets Neuroscience” Martin Dull, performing in the “Folk Music Meets Neuroscience” program. WHEN: 2:45 p.m. Sunday. WHERE: Concert Hall, Rutherford Congregational Church, 251 Union Ave., Rutherford. For tickets: 201-935-3737 (Steve’s Coin and Stamp) or dullmusic.com HOW MUCH: $10. Music, said 17th century playwright William Congreve, hath charms to soothe the savage breast. And Congreve wasn’t even a student of neuroscience. Unlike John Dull, folksinger and one-time Duke University psychology major. “A musicologist and music therapist would definitely tell you that between the chords, and the relation to one another, they’re doing something to the brain,” says Dull, a Rutherford singer-songwriter and folk-music promoter who has played at Town Hall in New York, and has shared the bill with the likes of Pete Seeger; Richie Havens; the Oak…


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