“I feel very strongly about supporting this cause. I live in Pennsylvania, but I know that the Susquehanna River is not on my mind all the time,” said musician Jack Servello, of Tyrone, who collaborated with Bill Dann on the song “Gentle Giant of the Susquehanna.” “When we travel and go across the river, we are re- minded of how broad this body of water is and why we should preserve not only the river but also what lives in the river and on the river and by the river.” “Hopefully when people hear our song, they think of the Susquehanna. That is what this project and your as- sociation is trying to do – spark awareness by bringing the Susquehanna back to the forefront of our
consciousness at times when we otherwise wouldn’t be thinking about it.”
For a limited time, all 52 submissions for Volume 3 (with artist names) can still be checked out on the Songs of the Susquehanna landing page: middle- susquehannariverkeeper.org/songs-2023.html “I’d like to personally encourage everyone to check out the submissions and support the many musicians who took the time to be involved with this project,” said Zaktansky. “Our region is blessed with a rich, talented pool of musicians and they deserve all the recogni- tion and support we can provide so they can continue to serenade the communities that are built along the Susquehanna River.” •
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