Higher Ground presents Grace Potter on Thursday October 29th at the Palace...
It is All About The Music
Our 8th birthday arrived on July 7, 2015. Join us as we celebrate on August 7th at The Low Beat with Local 518’ers Pony In The Pancake, and from Nashville, The Vespers!! Click here to join our Facebook event.
Higher Ground presents Grace Potter on Thursday October 29th at the Palace Theater in Albany. Tickets are on sale now at the Palace box office or online. More information at the Palace Theatre website.
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RIVERLINK SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Riverlink Park, Downtown Amsterdam
Saturdays at 7….Free, rain or shine
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Six FREE concerts on Tuesday evenings, beginning at 7PM, and held in July and August. Music On Main is on the lawn of the NBT Bank, across from Canajoharie’s famed “Dummy Light” on State Route 10, a block south of Rte 5S. (In inclement weather, the show goes on, indoors at the Arkell Performing Arts Center at the High School. Watch for the signs.)
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SEPTEMBER IN THE CITY ART FAIR RETURNS TO TRICENTENNIAL PARK
Musical lineup announced for free art show series, held 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Wednesday in September.
The City of Albany presents the 2015 September in the City Art Fair series, September Wednesdays in Downtown Albany’s Tricentennial Park. A midday showcase for local art, music and culture, September in the City features exhibits and work available for purchase from regional mixed media artists and crafters, with a different live musical act providing the soundtrack each week. The September in the City Art Fair is sponsored by Albany Center Gallery and Exit 97.7.
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The Latin Alternative’s Ernesto Lechner shared some Prog Salsa with David Dye.
From June 12 through the 19th, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the release of The Rolling Stones’ first international #1, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction.” On Friday, June 19th, we played back The Rolling Stones 100.
Your contribution allows WEXT to create special weeks like this, to help you discover hidden gems regular radio has forgotten – even by massively important and popular bands like The Rolling Stones. You also make it possible for us to help you discover great new artists and hear the amazing artists in the Local 518.
Sandy Beaches Conversations
KTG Talks With Some of Our Favorite Artists
In January, KTG went on a cruise. It wasn’t all just fun and sun. It was filled with music and some genuinely unique conversations with some of our favorite artists. You can now listen to these conversations on demand as you wish.
Hear her converse with Band Of Heathens, Marcia Ball, Mingo Fishtrap and Paul Thorn, who were all in attendance and played some great shows on the Sandy Beaches Cruise. Keep reading to listen to these great conversations.