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SVAN MUSIC PROGRAMS

2019

SACANDAGA LIVE
Winter & Spring Concerts

In keeping with our goal of bringing the Sacandaga region affordable, quality, live music, SVAN continues its “Sacandaga Live” series with a variety of monthly concerts for the community to enjoy.

 

 

Peter Pashoukos

Sunday, January 13
3PM
Inn at the Bridge
Northville, NY

Peter Pashoukos is a multi-talented musician who is spellbinding on guitar and ukulele. He can do dazzling leads and heartfelt songs with strong vocals. His work on using the looper to lay down layers of a song sounds rich and inventive. Check out his work and hear for yourself.
https://youtu.be/OLTu7kAqnvk

Admission $12 ($10 SVAN members)
Reservations are recommended since seating is limited. Call or text 518-863-8047 to reserve your seat.

 

Jeanne O’Connor and the New Standard

Sunday, February 10
5PM
Sport Island Pub
Northville, NY

 

With beautiful four-part harmony, great grooves, and top-notch musicianship, Jeanne O’Connor and the New Standard skillfully and soulfully reinterprets the music of the great songwriters of the 60s and 70s. The band includes some of the outstanding musicians and singers from the upstate NY region: singers Jeanne O’Connor and Mallory Donnelly, drummer Sam Zucchini, bassist Tony Markellis, guitarist and singer Bob Warren, and pianist Scott Bassinson. Far more than a mere cover band, Jeanne O’Connor and the New Standard brings new rhythms, soaring, rich harmonies, and a playful spirit to classic tunes from the likes of Joni Mitchell, Burt Bacharach, Laura Nyro, Harry Belafonte, and John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
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Two Shoes

Sunday, March 3
3 PM
Inn at the Bridge
Northville, NY

Back by popular demand Don Hoffman will pair with Sean Cohan to bring you a mix of old and new tunes, harmonies and musical pairings. Folk, pop, Bluegrass and blues … 

Don, a local Northville solo musician, will be playing guitar, banjo & harmonica while Sean performs on mandolin, fiddle & guitar. Don has performed in the area for years,  2016 & 2017 with his Bluegrass band “New Shoes” at The SVAN Summer Concert Series. He is known for his solo and duet shows in local Sacandaga and Saratoga area clubs.

Sean, a versatile multi-instrumentalist from Glens Falls, has performed with all the top area acoustic acts from The McKrells to Big Medicine. He has been a member of New Shoes and also performing with Don in his duet for over 3 years. A top-class musician he always welcome on any stage and frequently requested.  

Together they offer an excellent afternoon of acoustic instrumental and traditional songs from Doc Watson to Roger Miller, from Flatt & Scruggs to George Gershwin.

Admission $12 ($10 SVAN members) Reservations are recommended since seating is limited. Call or text 518-863-8047 to reserve your seat.

 

John and Orion Kribs

Sunday, April 7
3 PM
William Coffey Studio
322 N. Third Street, Northville

Father and Son, John and Orion Kribs, have been making music together a long time. Both are accomplished multi-instrumentalists whose eclectic styles cover everything from Elvis and Carl Perkins to Gershwin, John Lee Hooker and O’Carolan. “Roots” best describes their style but their sound is unique to them. Their songs reflect a wide range of Americana, and the sound is that of musical styles not only passed down from father to son but of endless hours of playing, listening and learning together.

Admission $12 ($10 SVAN members)
Reservations are recommended since seating is limited. Call or text 518-863-8047 to reserve your seat.


 

The Lustre Kings

Saturday, May 18
6 PM
St. Francis of Assisi Church Hall
Bridge Street Northville

The Albany, NY based roots rock combo is celebrating its 20th Anniversary with its fifth album, Go Green, and a steady string of dates from New York to New Orleans. The Lustre Kings offer Americana at its reverb-driven best, with a distinctive sonic stamp courtesy of Gamsjager’s Gretsch and his great big voice.

“The first thing that will hit you is the sound,” proclaims Metroland, “big, luscious and right.”

“The key to The Lustre Kings’ music is their masterful ability to swing—something of a lost art since rock & roll lost the roll in favor of rock,” adds Nippertown.com.

Catch the band’s infectious, entertaining live show when The Lustre Kings come through Northville on May 18, 2019!

 

 

 

 

Saratoga Arts made this program possible with a community arts grant funded by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

 

 

Peter Pashoukos

 

 

 

Jeanne O’Connor and the New Standard

 

 

 

 

 

Two Shoes

 

 

 

 

 

 

John and Orion Kribs

 

 

 

 

The Lustre Kings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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