Nyack, New Rochelle, and the song about ‘Day the Music Died’

A screenshot of a Midnight Special television broadcast shot by Rob Stoner’s father, Arthur Rothstein, with Stoner standing behind Don McLean.

Fifty years ago, American Pie reached No. 1 on Billboard’s charts. Here’s some backstory on the making of a record that was born here in the Hudson Valley.

https://hudsonvalley.town.news/g/nanuet-ny/n/61781/nyack-new-rochelle-and-day-music-died

Published by Robert Brum

Writer/editor/storyteller, bicyclist and hiker roaming the Hudson Valley on two feet and two wheels. Brum as in drum; not Blum or Broom.

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