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Concerts on the Bluff 2015


Tuesday, June 30, 2015


Get ready for this year's "Concerts on the Bluff" music series, expanded to seven shows bringing some new stars and old favorites back to the stage.

The annual concert series kicks-off July 8 with local classic country, country rock, and new country performer, Larry Ebere. Find out more about Larry at www.countrylivingentertainment.com.


On Wednesday, July 22, The Bootleg Band will make their appearance. This 5-member Plattsburgh-based band features a wide genre of music, including original music and covers inspired by everyone from Tom Petty and Bob Seger, to the Rolling Stones and the Beatles. Check them out at www.thebootlegband.com.


Adirondack Folk Singer, Roy Hurd is back again this year, taking the stage on Wednesday, July 29. Hurd has performed several times during Concerts on the Bluff drawing fans from all over the tri-county area. Read more about Roy at www.royhurd.com.


Gary Henry 
will be here August 5. Playing a variety of music, Gary is a dynamic performer who you won't want to miss!


August 12
will bring the Rustic Riders, sharing new songs with traditional roots, fresh arrangements of American standards, and their love of traditional tunes. The Rustic Riders are from Tupper Lake; learn more at www.rusticriders.net.


The Buskers
, will take the stage on August 19. The Buskers are described as “folk impurists with a smart, distinctive voice and a kitchen sink repertoire of influences and instruments from jug band to jazz to roots rock.” Check them out at www.thebuskers.com.


Joey Fusion Band,
playing original music and old favorites will wrap up this year's Concerts on the Bluff series on August 26; always a rock'n good time!


Concerts are free and open to the public, held on the lawn behind the Forrence Center (Gymnasium) on campus. They begin at 6:00 p.m. rain or shine and run for approximately 2 hours. The rain location is inside the Stafford Center’s theatre. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy the show. Please note that no alcoholic beverages are allowed at the event. Clinton Community College thanks you for your cooperation.


Concerts on the Bluff is in its 41st season and attracts hundreds of music lovers. It is sponsored, in part, by the Clinton Community College Alumni Association.