Upcoming Events 
Fall 2021
Tickets also available at The Rivers End Bookstore in Oswego NY

Note: All attendees must be vaccinated. Unvaccinated children will be allowed to attend but must wear an approved face mask. 

Nancy Kelly

October 23   $15-$18
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Nancy is a classically trained pianist who found her voice in jazz.  She appears regularly in New York City including performances at The Rainbow Room and Dizzy’s Jazz club, Lincoln Center.  She works frequently in Los Angeles and Miami, and around the world including a recent tour of Hong Kong, Bangkok, Jakarta and Singapore. 


Nancy is a native of Rochester; now residing in Fairhaven.  Central New York Jazz honored Nancy with the Jazz Educator of the Year Award April 2019.  


Nancy has six nationally and internationally acclaimed CD’s and continues to demonstrate why the jazz world calls her “The Real Deal”.  Accompanying Nancy will be Rick Montalbano on piano and Jimmy Johns on drums.

For more info visit: www.nancykelly.com
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The Hook Songwriter Series
3 Songwriters. 1 Stage. 1 Love.
October 29th
Doors at 7pm. Show at 7:30pm
$12 Adults | $6 Ages 7-16 | Free Ages 6 & Under

Follow the links for additional information about the performers:

Facebook Event Link:  fb.me/e/1QJRmnz7s

Gina Holsopple:  facebook.com/gholsopple

Taylor Ricks:  facebook.com/TaylorRicksMusic

Chris Trapasso:  climbingstars.com

The Honey Dewdrops

November 6   $15 - $18  
For more info visit: www.thehoneydewdrops

The Honey Dewdrops— Laura Wortman & Kagey Parrish— have long felt the push and pull between their original roots in the Appalachian mountains of Virginia and their current home in Baltimore, Maryland. It is in the sound of their harmony-soaked songs, blended with the tones of guitar, banjo, and mandolin and also in the group's songwriting, which reflects the beautiful and hard realities of today.  


The Honey Dewdrops have toured internationally since 2009, on stages as diverse as  A Prairie Home Companion, Celtic Connections (Scotland) and the Bluegrass Jamboree (Germany).  “Gorgeous harmonies, thrilling arrangements, and some remarkably insightful, honest writing.” —Sing Out! magazine

The McKrells

November 20  $16 - $19 

Somewhere tonight, across the country or across the sea, a singer, sitting on a stool on a pub’s corner stage, is belting out a Kevin McKrell song, and the crowd is singing along. McKrell pioneered American Celtic music beginning in 1979 with Donnybrook Fair. Several bands later, in 1998, McKrell formed a powerhouse band under his own name, merging the Irish sensibility of Donnybrook with a steely, world class bluegrass edge. The McKrells toured harder than Donnybrook, bringing its music, with McKrell’s lusty vocals supported by hot string band picking, to Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and Folk, Irish and Bluegrass festivals and concert venues around the country.


The 5-member band is Kevin McKrell - guitar, joined by:  Frank Orsini on fiddle, violin, viola and mandolin whose repertoire spans Elizabethan, Celtic, Bluegrass, Country and Blues as well as dance tunes from England, New England, Canada, Appalachia, American swing and Cajun; Scott Hopkins on Banjo  with music degrees from the University of Connecticut and the Crane School of Music, winning the Crane Concerto Competition on tuba; Brian Melick on Percussion who is single-handedly capable of lifting a good band to the 'great' level and Arlin Greene on Bass who has toured the world with The McKrells and other notable bands including Bill Keith, Dan Tyminski, James "D Train” Williams, Bolton, Big Medicine.

For more info www.kmckrell.com

December 4, 2021   $16-$19    

Stunningly powerful vocal harmony floods the room as the four Windborne singers— Lynn & Will Rowan, Lauren Breunig, and Jeremy Carter-Gordon— share a vibrant energy onstage – their connection to each other and to the music clearly evident.


Windborne has collected and studied polyphonic vocal music for over 15 years.  The group is able to shift to radically different genres like no band you have ever heard— as comfortable with an improvised Corsican couplet song, as with an English ballad. 


"Some of the finest singers of protest and folk music that I have ever heard… One of the Best Albums of 2017! “  ~SingOut! Radio Magazine