• Zachary Vaccaro

Electronic music fans and party people: prepare. Brought to you once again by FUSE EDM and Blckligght Productions, the BungaWiz Music and Arts Festival will be returning July 28 to 30 at Edgewood Mountain in Laurens for its second year.

  • By Jessica Reynolds

COOPERSTOWN — Show No. 1 of opening weekend for Brewery Ommegang's 2017 Summer Concert Series was a piece of CAKE, so it's on to the next — Old Crow Medicine Show, who will perform Sunday at 7 p.m.

  • By Shelly Ingraham

Although it gathered national attention in 2012 when Forbes named it one of “America’s Friendliest Cities,” thinking of Hamilton, New York, might not immediately bring to mind images of a bustling arts scene.

  • By Taylor Peterson

One of the pure joys of spring and summer is being able to see your favorite bands perform outside in the mild breeze, under the hot sun and, later, the bright moon.

  • By Chad Ritchko

Festival season is upon us once more, and you cannot be apart of the fun unless you’re in the know. It’s the time of year you can spend your weekend living freely in a pop-up city filled with music and art. It’s for friendships, new and old. It’s for moments to be ingrained in memories forev…

With six major music venues within driving distance, area concert-lovers have a bevy of options to boogie down to this summer

  • By Jessica Reynolds

Indie pop-rock group The Shins will perform at Ommegang Brewery in Cooperstown this summer, according to a recent announcement by Dan Smalls Presents.

Next week is the first year of Catskill Chills new venue. Josh Cohen with The Catskill Chill dropped some knowledge on us as thick as bass lines bumping through Camp Minglewood. Here are all the reasons you need to join in and dance the Summer 16 blues away:

  • By Zach Vaccaro

On August 5th and 6th, Pretty Lights live band lead by Derek Vincent Smith produced an amazing display of light and sound to electronic music fans from all over the country at the Bank of New Hampshire Pavillion in Gilford NH.

  • By Zach Vaccaro

The Peach Festival will returns to the slopes Aug. 11-14 at Montage Mountain Ski Resort in Scranton, Pennsylvania, the fifth year in a row with a lineup sure to impress. 

  • By Valerie Strutton

I am a country girl. While I was born in Reno, I spent the majority of my life in the Midwest listening to the great country music legends Tammy Wynette, George Jones, Johnny Cash and the always-amazing Dolly Parton.

Spring is in the air, as the weather blossoms and outdoor fun fills our minds, it’s time to shake the winter blues at Mountain Jam once more! This year’s lineup is oozing talent – Beck, Wilco, The Avett Brothers, Gov’t Mule, Umphrey’s McGee, Train playing Led Zeppelin II, Thievery Corporatio…

  • By Zach Vaccaro

Moogfest  2016 kicks off the summer in the streets of Durham, NC to celebrate the present and future of electronic music culture, technology, and art.

  • Article and Photos by Austin Gould

Seeing TAUK and Umphrey’s McGee under the same, beautiful, Palace Theatre roof was something to behold. TAUK is well on its way to becoming one of the top jam bands in the scene today. With the support of bands such as Umphrey’s McGee, the sky is the limit. Umphrey’s has built some tremendou…

  • By Shelby Condon

On Saturday, Jan. 30, local band Space Carnival lit up the stage at The Oneonta Theatre with a little help from its friends, SUNY Oneonta student-formed band Boketto, and Brooklyn electric jam band Teddy Midnight. 

Local Americana band Esquela will mark the release of its third album, “Canis Majoris,” with a release party on Feb. 20 at the B Side Ballroom in Oneonta. 

  • By Kelly Miller

Walking into The B Side is like walking into the bar from "Cheers" — it's a place where everyone knows your name. I decided to take a night to enjoy one of my favorite bands The Mopar Cams (with front-man Mark Pawkett on lead guitar and vocals along with Pete Piscitelli on bass and Emmet Roz…

  • By Shelby Condon

On Jan. 9, the extremely talented Tim Reynolds of TR3 (better known for his genius work with Dave Matthews Band) helped ring in the New Year in the quiet town of Cohoes, N.Y., at the Cohoes Music Hall.

From rockin' to refined, there are a host of ways to ring in the new year at local night spots. Here are just a few of the events planned in the area for New Year's Eve: 

Roots Brewing Company will present an evening of original jazz at 8 p.m. Saturday, featuring The John Davey Trio. The trio is composer and bassist John Davey, guitarist Joe Siracusa, and drummer Joe Tokarowski. 

The Voices of Cooperstown will present their annual Christmas concert at 4 p.m. Saturday at Christ Episcopal Church in Cooperstown. Handel's "Messiah" will be performed by the group, with Dan Foster conducting. Tickets are $20 for adults and $10 for students. Tickets are available at the Coo…

Disc Jam Presents has announced the dates for the sixth annual installment of Disc Jam Music Festival, according to a media release. 

  • Ashok Malhotra

Once there lived a woman, who was 95 years old. She was very shrewd, alert and wise. This wise woman had 50 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. She loved each one of them dearly. One day all the grandchildren and great-grandchildren had come to visit her. They were excited because she …

Paintings by McDonough artist Tom Gorman are on display at 6 On The Square in Oxford through Feb. 28. An opening reception for the exhibit will run from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday. Light refreshments will be served.

Friends of Music will present the VOCI Chamber Singers of SUNY Oneonta with conductor Tim Newton for its annual holiday concert at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Stamford United Methodist Church on 88 Main St. in Stamford. This holiday concert is free of charge.