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Concerts on the Bluff 44th Season

Monday, June 25, 2018

2018 Concerts on the Bluff at Clinton Community College will kick-off July 11! We're excited to bring some new performers and fan favorites to the stage this summer. Bring your lawn chairs and picnic blankets, and come hear some great (free!!) music!

The annual concert series opens Wednesday, July 11 with the Too Tall String Band. Bruce Lawson, Rod Driscoll & Hap Wheeler will be playing Celtic, Adirondack & country tunes, along with their own interpretations of 50’s, 60’s and 70’s pop music. Learn more at

Classic country, rock, and new country performer, Larry Ebere will perform on Wednesday, July 18. We are excited to have Larry back this year! Find out more about Larry at

On July 25, Adirondack folk singer, Roy Hurd, will take the stage. Roy is a perennial fan-favorite and has been performing at Concerts on the Bluff for many years, drawing listeners from all over the tri-county area. Read more about Roy at

August 1
will bring The Buskers. 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

Performing August 8 and new to Concerts on the Bluff is Runaway Home, a duo on tour from Nashville, TN. Runaway Home is described as “easy on the ears and gentle on the soul.” They bring a sound of “raw rhythm guitar with a hint of bluesy mandolin wrapped in the soothing strains of a mountain fiddle. The group has blended their vocals into carefully crafted and soulful harmonies that invite listeners to sit back and connect with the music.” Learn more about this remarkable group at

Don’t miss Plattsburgh favorite, The Duo Plus One, featuring John Seiden, Neil Wright, and a new “plus one” vocalist on August 15. Audiences love their music, featuring classic tunes from folk, country and a little bit of jazz.

The concert series will wrap up this year on August 22 with Pink Magnolia, Plattsburgh High School Jazz Combo. Directed by Patrick Towey, Pink Magnolia features a very talented group of PHS student musicians. Don’t miss your chance to hear them perform!

Concerts are free and open to the public, held at the pavilion on the lawn behind the Forrence Center (Gymnasium) on Clinton’s campus (near the tennis courts). 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 44th season and attracts hundreds of music lovers. It is sponsored, in part, by the Clinton Community College Alumni Association.