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Jul 28, 2014 — His style may be his own, but it distinctly recalls the sound of the 1950s. The vocalist, guitarist and songwriter shares his love of 45 rpm records and raw, live rock 'n' roll.
Jul 28, 2014 — Jenny Lewis achieved musical fame as part of the indie band Rilo Kiley, which broke up in 2011. Her third solo album announces a new chapter in her career — and perhaps her life.
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Preview: Solo Piano Recital in Malone

Pianist Sarah Lafleur returns to Malone, her hometown, for a benefit solo recital Friday night. The concert, which will include music by Brahms, Chopin and Mozart, will be held at 7 o'clock at the First Congregational Church in Malone. Todd Moe chats with Sarah Lafleur about the recital and her musical career.  Go to full article
Soprano soloist Mary Grace Gordon

Preview: Sunset on Broadway Tonight in Potsdam

Tonight's Summer Pops Concert by the Orchestra of Northern New York in Potsdam (7 pm) features Broadway favorites and a tribute to the Fourth of July. Todd Moe chats with soprano Mary Grace Gordon, guest soloist tonight. Her musical experience includes leading roles on the musical stage from "Sound of Music" to "The King and I", and performances at the White House.  Go to full article

Preview: Celtic Music Concert

Potsdam bagpiper Hollis Easter and his teacher Susie Petrov present a concert of Celtic music at Trinity Episcopal Church in Potsdam, Saturday at 4 o'clock. It's free and open to the public. Todd Moe chats with Hollis, who started playing the pipes 3 years ago.  Go to full article

Theatre Review: The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden, in its musical incarnation, is currently running at the Thousand Islands Playhouse in Gananoque. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng recently...  Go to full article

Preview: Third Thursday Gallery Walks In Saranac Lake

A conversation and some music featuring Adirondack harper Martha Gallagher as we preview tonight's Gallery Walk in Saranac Lake.  Go to full article

Way Downtown and Why You Been Gone So Long performed by Grasse Roots

Grasse Roots of Canton played a live guest set on String Fever, June 20, 2002 to help promote the River Bluegrass Fest in Madrid. The band features Cathryn Jahncke on...  Go to full article
Actors Jeff Williams, Louis Tucci and Ron McClary

Preview: Guys on Ice

The Adirondack Theatre Festival in Glens Falls kicks off its 8th season with a musical comedy about life, love and ice-fishing. Set in an ice shanty on a frozen northern...  Go to full article
Members of the band "Perserverance", from Norwood-Norfolk High School.

Rockin' at the Green

High school musicians usually get a chance to perform for an audience at school jazz band or orchestra concerts. But aside from parties and the occasional high school dance,...  Go to full article
Hollis Easter (right) plays whistle and flute; Susie Petrov plays piano.

Irish Polka medley and Donegal Lasses performed by Hollis Easter and Susie Petrov

Hollis Easter of Potsdam recorded these duets of himself and Susie Petrov, his friend and teacher, in May 2002 in Lang Concert Hall at Swarthmore College, where he studies...  Go to full article
Joanne Shenandoah

Preview: Joanne Shenandoah Concert in Norwood

Todd Moe chats with award-winning Native American musician Joanne Shenandoah. She'll be at the Norwood Village Green for a concert tonight at 7 o'clock.  Go to full article

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