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The Rusty Hill, located on 317 Route 94, will host a grand opening on Saturday, March 17,

A dream thought up by two musicians who decided sometimes dreams are more important to follow than the rules. Half the Hill is Country Rustic home decor with local vendors and home made country themed items, and the second half a small one-stop guitar shop. The back half will be an affordable recording studio and radio interview spot for the duo's two radio shows "Rockin Country With T" for 107.9 Vernon FM and 103.7 Pawling Public Radio.

They will also open the ultimate country music store. Built with love and passion and the will to support all musicians and vendors in sussex country, Whiskey Crossing , a local country blues band, is very excited to bring this into sussex country! Tina Marie and Andrew Gallagher being the founders of this business serve the community constantly and hope to continue do as much as they can for all of you! Grand Opening set for Mid March, but can change due to weather slowing down delievries and such. Follow them on Facebook for the Big Opening Day announcement " The Rusty Hill" Sussex Counties only Country Music Store!



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