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…
This Week's Circulars
SCHENEVUS - Joseph Confalone, 84, passed away Nov. 7, 2019, at the Masonic Care Community of New York. Services will be announced in the spring. Arrangements by Heller & Skinner Funeral Home, 155 Main St., Worcester.
SCHENEVUS - Maynard Edwin Pier, longtime Schenevus resident, passed away on Nov. 6, 2019. He was born on June 11, 1921, the son of Clarence and Gladys Pier. Maynard worked for Singer Sewing Machine Corporation in Nyack and resided in his last five years at the New York State Veterans Home in…
STAMFORD - Peter Martoglio, 93, passed peacefully at his home on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019. Peter was a resident of Stamford for more than 30 years after he retired from the Nassau County Police Department. He was predeceased by his wife, Leona (Karvelis), who he married on Nov. 10, 1965. Pete…
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Columnist Chad Ritchko took in the Catskill Chill Festival's "Farewell to Minglewood" in Hancock on Sept. 18-20. Here are his impressions:
The Catskill Chill Music Festival will return for its last year at Camp Minglewood in Hancock on Sept. 18-20. A festival fan favorite, the ‘Chill’ offers a last Northeastern hoorah just days before the end of summer. If you’ve been on tour all year or looking to get your toes wet at your fir…
Up on the mountain side, under the stars, with the best of brews in hand, the best concert venue around and your dancing feet. Brewery Ommegang has the experience to offer and so much more. With the 2015 Summer Concert Series underway, this year proves to be brightest for the partnership of …
All Good Music Festival returns to West Virginia in 2015 after spending a few years in Ohio’s Legends Valley. Now that it’s back on the East Coast, we expect the same "all good" experience to take root in attendees summers. How did we get it back east? Media Director Dave Weisman provided in…
The road to Mysteryland is like a fabled journey, it’s a road paved in gold that is as elusive as El Dorado. At the end, it’s equivalent to reaching Oz, without the disappointing stout little man behind the scenes. Instead, this team creates the real beast.
Reflecting on each year’s musical adventure as a whole is often easy. Most of us can look back at our ticket stubs and passes, or we attended just enough that they all fit nicely into memory.
One thing you learn living in a college pizza town is that you can never put enough cheese on it.
Tomorrow, Oct. 18, hometown favorites Jimkata will return to the Oneonta Theater, continuing its national tour for its LP released this year, “Feel in Light.” Just like the opening line of the single suggests, “I remember hearing rock ‘n roll feeling on top,” hearing these progressive electr…
For the hundreds of music festivals in the country each year, it’s hard for anyone to claim to be the best of anything, let alone remotely historic. But Relix Magazine publisher Peter Shapiro along with promoter and co-founder Dave Frey make a good argument with the second year of the Lockn’…
Is there anything better than GOOD VIBES?! The Gathering of the Vibes music and arts festivals delivers just that, to the multiple of everyone of its tens of thousands of beautiful attendees. Located in Bridgeport, Conn., in Seaside Park, which overlooks the Long Island Sound, Vibes is one o…