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Band member Dan Sullivan-Catlin says, "You never know what you are going to get when you listen to us." He's referring to the band's eclectic approach to music, incorporating a lot of different (sometimes unusual) instruments and layers of sound. This was the only band recorded for UpNorth Music that included a home-made kick drum bass.  Go to full article
The Buskers
The Buskers

About The Buskers

A well-established band in New Hampshire, the Buskers began to attract a New York State audience when the band's fiddler moved to the North Country. The band got its start when two of its members met at an open mike night. They play jazz-tinged acoustic roots and pop.  Go to full article
Wreckloose
Wreckloose

About Wreckloose

This Albany-based rock n roll band says that their approach to harmonies and song structure makes them different from other rock bands. Politics, relationships - even filling out a job application - provide themes for their songs.  Go to full article
Monsterbuck
Monsterbuck

About Monsterbuck

Esquire magazine rated this act one of the Top 5 unsigned bands on MySpace. Band member Scott Renderer describes their sound as "a really spare kind of sound that comes from a garage and a barn and has a lot of space in it..." Among other places, you can sometimes catch Monsterbuck at Recovery Lounge in Upper Jay.  Go to full article
Tony Soluri and his son Quory.
Tony Soluri and his son Quory.

About Tony Soluri

Tony is the well-known proprietor of School of Tone in Watertown, where he offers instruction in guitar and bass. A graduate of the Guitar Institute of Technology, Tony loves to teach and has written his own manual for guitar instruction. For this session he brought a partially written tune on his laptop and added live tracks to it. His son, Quory, helped out on percussion.  Go to full article

About Lori Lacey

Though she often guest stars as a vocalist, Lori is first a song writer who writes about "true life." Every situation in her songs comes from her own experience or that of someone she knows. Lori says, "You have to have suffered or known someone who's suffered to be good."  Go to full article

Get your groove on at Java

If you're into live music and you like to dance, here's one of the North Country's best kept secrets. Java at St. Lawrence University invites nationally touring bands to campus every Friday and Saturday night, sometimes Thursdays too. It's open to the public and the shows are all free. David Sommerstein spoke with Lou Zeppierri and Hollynn Francis, two SLU students who program Java's concerts. Bands played for years in the Java Barn, a carriage house behind a student dorm on campus. But Hollynn says the university moved the concerts this year to a former medical clinic building near the student center.  Go to full article
Kevin Irwin
Kevin Irwin

About Kevin Irwin

Kevin Irwin is a busy North Country musician. He's a full time student at the Crane School of Music, a member of the local band, Northbound, a busy solo performer and still finds time to be one of NCPR's weekend announcers. He played three original tunes for us in a special UpNorth Music session in March 2007. You can contact kevin at kevinirwin6986@yahoo.com  Go to full article

UpNorth Music Podcast: 2 Or More in Sackets Harbor

Today we hear music and conversation from the Christian rock band, 2 Or More.  Go to full article
Atsiaktonkie
Atsiaktonkie

About Atsiaktonkie

Atsiaktonkie calls himself a crossover musician. He relies heavily on Mohawk musical customs, such as calling, in his songs, but uses them to create a more contemporary rock sound.  Go to full article

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