Thursday, December 10, 2009

Adirondack Music Scene: Duos, Jazz & Country

We went to barVino in North Creek last night to see Jamie Notarthomas. He plays a mix of originals, Dylan, Beatles, Springsteen and others. He occasionally plays an entire set of Dylan or The Beatles, but last night was the first time I saw him play all original music. Jamie has been writing songs and playing shows for over 20 years. He went chronologically through his albums from first to most recent. We have been seeing him play since 2000 and he is great. Keep your eyes open for him at Zig Zag’s in Lake Placid, on the patio at The Waterhole in the summer, at Slicker’s in Old Forge, or in North Creek, either at barVino or the Music by the River Concert Series. Learn more about Jamie at his website: http://www.jamienotarthomas.com

Thursday, December 10

Power-Duo Sirsy is at Gaffney’s in Saratoga Springs at 10pm.
http://www.sirsy.com/
http://www.gaffneysrestaurant.com/

Melvin Seals & JGB are at the Putnam Den in Saratoga Springs. Show starts at 9pm.
http://www.jgbband.com/
http://www.putnamden.com/

Friday, December 11

Josh Cramoy at Hot Shots in Glens Falls at 9pm.
http://www.joshcramoyband.com/
http://www.myspace.com/clubhotshots

Dreaded Wheat at The Blue Moose (formerly The Trading Post) in Queensbury at 9pm.
http://www.myspace.com/dreadedwheat
http://www.bluewatermanor.com/stone-manor-restaurant.htm

Saturday, December 12

David Allen Coe at Northern Lights in Clifton Park.
http://www.officialdavidallancoe.com/
http://www.northernlightslive.com/

Wednesday, December 16

Tony Jenkins Jazz Trip at barVino in North Creek. No Cover 8-10pm.
http://www.myspace.com/thetonyjenkinsjazztrip
http://www.barvino.net

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