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Music Schedule
See below for Bios and Links to Every Band

Rich Ortiz
Friday August 19
3:15-4:00pm
Pavilion Stage

Rich Ortiz’s style is truly his own and his music is his soul. Ortiz, never a wallflower, believes he is the product of his family’s cultural diversity and strengths. Since the age of seventeen he’s focused all of his talents and time on his acoustic solo act, if you can call it that. Rich plays guitar, harmonica, and peddle bass (with his feet), and he turns heads with his vocals!

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Sunny Bleau
Friday August 19
4:15-5:00pm
Main Stage

The sultry, gregarious and personable woman called “Sunny Bleau” is known for her straight forward lyrics, passionate performances, strong vocals and playful personality. People close to Sunny describe her as a ray of sunshine when she enters a room. As Sunny and her Producer and song-writing partner, Nicholas A. Cocco, started to work on her first singles and stage show they wanted to create something that felt like an escape form the everyday. —

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Jennie Angel
Friday August 19
5:15-6:00pm
Pavilion Stage

Jennie is a country rock singer from Hudson Valley NY area. Jennie was nominated by the Josie Awards in Dollywood as “female rising star of the year” for modern country music and a songwriting achievement award for my new single “Move On”

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Thanks!
Friday August 19
6:15-7:15pm
Main Stage

The six-piece rock outfit features rhythmic piano, melodic bass lines, jazz-influenced drums and a tight three-piece horn line laced with a deep, soulful vocal and rocking lead saxophone. Dressed to impress, Thanks brings a touch of class each and every night, embracing the art of performance to create a show-stopping atmosphere.

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Miller and the Other Sinners
Friday August 19
7:45-9:00pm
Main Stage

Miller and The Other Sinners is a nationally touring Southern Soul band from Buffalo, NY, bringing a blend of gut bucket delta grit, memphis soul, gospel spirit and funky rhythm and blues. Since August of 2015, they have performed over 800 shows across 21 states and Canada from house parties to festivals. They bring an unforgettable experience filled with infectious grooves and tremendous musicianship all supporting well written songs that really connect.

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Deb Cavanaugh
(Kids Music!)
Saturday August 20
12:15-12:45
Pavilion Stage

Deb uses her music to enhance our human connection, and bring awareness of traditional American culture with the mountain dulcimer limberjack, and crankie.

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The George Boone Band
Saturday August 20
1:00-1:45pm
Main Stage

Dressed to the nines in a fine suit, gold, leather, fur collar and the patented G clef etched into the hair on the back of his head, electric bluesman George Boone immediately changes the atmosphere of any room he’s in. A commanding presence, this veteran singer/songwriter/guitarist promises an intensely explosive marriage of emotion and technique in performance. And he always delivers.

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Amy Ryan Band
Saturday August 20
2:00-2:45pm
Pavilion Stage

Amy’s bluesy voice and prowess as a songwriter quickly distinguish her from run-of-the-mill songstresses. Whether accompanying herself on a finger-picked rural blues or wailing with the boys in the band she’s got what it takes.In early 2022 Shake and Shimmy placed at #29 on the Roots Music Report’s Blues Album chart (alongside heavyweight blues contenders such as the Tedeschi-Trucks Band and Tinsley Ellis). The album remained on RMR’s Soul Blues Album chart for over 3 months – a major achievement for a self-released album.

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Dirty Soap
Saturday August 20
3:00-3:45pm
Main Stage

Dirty Soap is a Rock group from Philadelphia. Founding members, Spoon Ferguson and Thomas Martin, met in high school and quickly formed a musical bond. Blending Spoon’s raw vocals, affinity for traditional Blues, and unique guitar stylings (he plays left handed with inverted strings) with Thomas’ smooth Doo-wop approach and catchy song writing. The name Dirty Soap represents these opposing styles.Over the years they crafted their unique sound on Philly street corners and parks – dubbing themselves “Doo-wop Punks.”

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Northern Borne
Saturday August 20
4:00-4:45pm
Pavilion Stage

“The Northern Borne Duo plays an eclectic mix of bluegrass and folk with a hint of jam band and blues thrown in for a old-time feel. Their originals are derived from local experiences and often have a storytelling feel, while classic and traditional songs take an edgy twist. This duo’s sound is both unique and intriguing. Their music can drive you down the track like a train or take you on a trip back in time.”

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Gentleman Brawlers
Saturday August 20
5:00-6:00pm
Main Stage

BROOKLYN & QUEENS, NY: Gentleman Brawlers, a Brooklyn 6-Piece fronted by the creative duo Matt Walsh and Becca Fox, are psychedelic Afro-soul revivalists known for infusing throwback electronica and acid rock into their funk-based compositions. The ‘Brawlers deliver a live show with plenty of heat, crackling energy, and butt-shaking whomp.

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Soul Sky
Saturday August 20
6:30-7:30pm
Main Stage

SoulSky is a dynamic, bluesy, jammy, rock band with excellent guitars and an awesome rhythm section. Music that will move your body and soul. Featuring the talents of Jeremy Walz, Tom Dolan, Jeff Prescott, Joe Mele and Mark Emanatian.

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Sly Fox and the Hustlers
Saturday August 20
8:00-9:00pm
Main Stage

John Popper of Blues Traveler called Sly Fox and the Hustlers, “one of the best bands I’ve seen in a long time!” The band has shared stages with Popper’s Blues Traveler, SmashMouth, Robin Trower and Kenny Wayne Shepherd, (on multiple tours with a recent stop playing to a sold out crowd in their hometown of Albany, NY at The Egg Performing Arts Center) among others. The Hustlers have also been a mainstay at festivals and music events across the Northeast, including Alive @ 5, the Americade Bike Fest, Movefest and the CMJ Music Marathon in New York City, to name a few. They have been named best Original Blues Rock band multiple times by Albany’s Metroland magazine.

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Mark & Jill
Sunday August 21
12:15-1:00pm
Main Stage

Based in Up State New York, Mark and Jill meld their vision and talent for a taste of New Orleans meets Austin. NY Blues Hall of Fame bluesman Mark Tolstrup and sultry Texas singer Jill Burnham come together where the Delta meets the Rio Grande. Over a haunting slide guitar their voices soar and blend in harmony. Mark and Jill bring a fresh original interpretation to the earliest roots of the blues. Their original songs deal with both the hard realties of life and the joys of being alive.

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Reese Fulmer
Sunday August 21
1:10-1:40pm
Pavilion Stage

If you ask Reese about himself, he’ll tell you he’s a brand new soul. But his songs tell a different story, with a clear eye, poetic touch, and unique imagination, of a conduit to something much older and deeper. Reese has quickly made a name for himself as a precocious songwriter and engaging performer, with a sound reminiscent of Justin Townes Earle and Iron & Wine. His Carriage House Band features a fluid lineup with some of the finest and most versatile musicians in the Capital Region. Reese will be joined today by Andy Arnold on acoustic guitar.

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Deb Cavanaugh & Dandelion Wine
Sunday August 21
1:50-2:30pm
Main stage

Deb Cavanaugh is a singer songwriter, artist educator, multi-instrumentalist (guitar, mountain dulcimer, mandolin & more) in Petersburg, NY playing feel-good Americana. “Ben Hart is a long-time percussionist, guitarist, singer, and songwriter with a love for a wide range of music, from folk and reggae to jazz and metal. He recently joined Dandelion Wine as the percussionist and plays in his own band, Dimes for Dollars.” Jared writes: “I have fond memories of my mom putting the vinyl on the platter. Those early Supremes and Stevie Wonder records made me dance uncontrollably, for hours— seemed like hours, anyway. Trombone in the 4th grade, loved doing slides. In 2002, I decided to play electric bass. I wanted to be part of the engine room in music, the movement with drums to make people dance. Music is a way of life for me. “Musical Gypsy” if there is such a thing.  My journey continues into another chapter with Deb Cavanaugh and Dandelion Wine. To think Deb fished me out of a Face book classified ad is astounding, who would’ve known we’d hit if off so well?”

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Muddy Ruckus
Sunday August 21
2:50-3:30pm
Main Stage

Muddy Ruckus is a duo of “darkly inventive americana” according to the New York Music Daily. Guitarist Ryan Flaherty and drummer Erika Stahl of Portland, Maine play a grungy style of railroad indie punk blues. This power-duo blends rootsy guitar and edgy percussion on a suitcase drum kit, and is known for a full rock band sound.

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Michael Charles
Sunday August 21
3:50-5:00pm
Main Stage

The concert by Michael Charles and His Band will take you on a guitar driven journey through thirty eight years and thirty nine releases of original music. The precision and level of energy is spectacular and will leave you astounded by the driving force, the contemporary blues, and the soulful ballads of Michael Charles.

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Many Thanks to High Peaks Event Production!

All of our services are happily provided by our professional, trained techs. High Peaks Event Production offers everything- professional lighting and sound, mobile stages, the largest backline inventory in the area, custom staging, roof systems, trussing, DJ gear and customizable video wall panels. We’ve provided our services to music festivals, high end corporate clients, nationally touring bands, colleges and universities, and towns and municipalities. If you’re looking to create an event with the best in the industry, you’ve come to the right place.All of our services are happily provided by our professional, trained techs. High Peaks Event Production offers everything- professional lighting and sound, mobile stages, the largest backline inventory in the area, custom staging, roof systems, trussing, DJ gear and customizable video wall panels. We’ve provided our services to music festivals, high end corporate clients, nationally touring bands, colleges and universities, and towns and municipalities. If you’re looking to create an event with the best in the industry, you’ve come to the right place.

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