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Flakjacket
Flakjacket

About Flakjacket

Don't be mislead by the name: this is NOT a heavy metal band. Friends Alex Hyatt and Liam Irwin are the songwriting heart of this band that describes its sound as alternative acoustic pop/rock. Sound engineer Joel Hurd was pretty interested in the classic Fender Rhodes keyboard they brought to their session.  Go to full article

The End of Summer

Performed by Flakjacket in Lake George, NY for UpNorth Music.  Go to full article

Hagfish

Performed by Flakjacket in Lake George, NY for UpNorth Music.  Go to full article
City Limits
City Limits

About City Limits

This classic country act is the house band for the Riding Hy Ranch in Warrensburg, performing two or three times each week year-round. Like a lot of bands we met in out travels, these guys play together not just for the love of music, but for the strong friendships that they have with each other.  Go to full article

Big City

Performed by City Limits in Lake George, NY for UpNorth Music.  Go to full article

Nightlife

Performed by City Limits in Lake George, NY for UpNorth Music.  Go to full article
Jonathan Lorentz
Jonathan Lorentz

About the Jonathan Lorentz Trio

A doctoral student in jazz performance at NYU, saxophonist Jonathan Lorenz used his UpNorth Music session to explore a few of his original compositions with other experienced musicians. All adept at picking up and playing unfamiliar tunes, they developed the themes of the compositions into solid recordings.  Go to full article

A Mother's Song

Performed by The Jonathan Lorentz Trio in Lake George, NY for UpNorth Music.  Go to full article

A Calm Over Me

Performed by The Jonathan Lorentz Trio in Lake George, NY for UpNorth Music.  Go to full article
Gary Moon at Cafe Lena in Saratoga Springs
Gary Moon at Cafe Lena in Saratoga Springs

About Gary Moon

Folk musician Gary Moon sees his hometown Lake George as more of an authentic Adirondack community than a tourist haven. Not afraid to comment on political issues in his songs, Gary hopes that he will play a positive role in protecting what is best about his community. He believes this will happen not just from singing, but from active engagement in community affairs.  Go to full article

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