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1:00 pm


Bill DeMott
- 96 W 7th

A regular Oswego Music Hall and Old City Hall open mic performer,
Bill sings a capella covers and original songs, including duets with his son Zachary or a friend.


Brothers of Different Mothers
- 42 W 2nd

Tom McCaffrey, Kent Warner and John Wilson are an acoustic trio
who play CSN, Neil Young, Eagles, James Taylor and more.


Bryan Syrell
- 35 W Seneca

CNY singer/songwriter known for new country music,

who includes rock, hip hop and alternative in his performances.


Cushman and Two Fine Gentlemen
- 25 W 5th

This Oswego-based trio plays a wide variety of songs from the 1960s to today.


Domicolo-Barlow Band

- 49 W Seneca

Acoustic classic rock and oldies with some originals.


Emalee Herrington

- 73 W 6th

Young singer/songwriter with a powerhouse voice,

performs originals and covers of country, blues and classics.


Jeff Sawyer & Rick Bush

- 76 W Seneca

Duo sings jazz to folk to rock, from Sinatra to Neil Young and everything in between.

performing on piano, guitar and harmonica.


John McConnell

- 71 W 5th

Performing originals and covers sung in his distinctivesoulful voice and

performed on guitar in his unique finger-style technique,

John blends elements of blues, jazz, soul, folk and beyond.


Michael Place

- 39 W 4th

Solo acoustic guitar/piano rock.


Mike & Anita Shiel

- 104 W 5th

Folk music on acoustic guitar.


Oswego Valley Snowbelters

- 46 W Cayuga

Singing new as well as classic a capella Barbershop music,

in both four part harmony and in chorus.


Ranjit Dighe

- 80 W 5th

Acoustic eclectic: Indie, classic rock, country, folk and pop.


Rich Hart

- 50 W 4th

Local singer/songwriter, Rich is a veteran of the club

and open mic scene, playing original songs on acoustic guitar.


Seed Sander

- 65 W 3rd

American-style rock.



- 91 W Van Buren

This trio brings a diverse range of musical styles and flavor to its original songs,

drawing on blues, folk, Americana, jazz, swing, and Celtic.

Steven Watson (guitar/voc), Jeffrey Davis (upright bass/guitar/voc) , Billy Alnutt (drums/percussion/voc)

2:00 pm


8th & Lake & Friends

- 51 W 5th

Eclectic blend of classic, country and modern covers, from the Moody Blues to Led Zeppelin.

Dick Drake, (gui,voc) Denise Knight (keys,flute).


Alli Kerr

- 119 W 5th

Young up-and-coming artist who writes her own songs while also re-invent\ing today's hits,

reconstructing them on guitar and delivering them in her distinctive, raspy voice.


Bags & Bellows et al

- 15 W 6th

Performing Celtic music with influences from Ireland, Scotland, England, and Scandinavia,

this group plays Small Bagpipes, Accordion, Penny Whistle, Guitar, and more.


Charlotte Dennis

- 80 W 5th

Local singer/songwriter, Charlotte performs original songs and covers of classics, folk and blues.


Clyde Barrow

- 68 W 4th

Originals and covers on guitar and harmonica, including classics by the Beatles, Willie Nelson,

Elvis, Roy Orbison, Paul Simon, Johnny Cash, America and more.


CNY Alphorns

- Franklin Park

Ensemble of 6 authentic 13 foot long Alphorns, performing traditional Swiss music,

attired in traditional outfits. Players welcome questions and you can try blowing on an alphorn!


Gary Carpentier

- 67 W 3rd

Acoustic guitarist and singer/songwriter, of NBC's "The Voice" fame,

Gary performs originals and covers of classics and mainstream, ranging from Sam Cooke to Ed Sheeran.


Jim Shaffer

- 115 W 4th

A veteran of the local music scene for years (Sandy Creek's "Bad Habit"),

Jim performs acoustic guitar originals and covers of folk, country and rock

from Dylan, John Prine, Tom Petty, The Band, Neil Young and more.

Jimi Oakley

60 W Cayuga

Classic country songs, Hank Williams Sr., Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and more,

performed on guitar.

The Nick Gray Band

- 84 W Seneca

Syracusan Robert Orioli and friends perform original songs and favorite covers.

On the Brink

- 91 W Van Buren

A wide variety of music for all to enjoy!



- 25 W 5th – to 5:00 pm

A gathering of accomplished musicians from the the vibrant Oswego music community,

exploring blues and traditional jam music.


Stop Thinking

- 71 W 5th
High-energy rock, jazz and blues, featuring vocal and instrumental performances

of Stevie Wonder, Talking Heads, David Sanborn, and more.

Dick Bills/bass, Joe O'Neil/drums, Tim Pauldine/gui , Dave Sargent/sax.


Tony LiVolsi

- 40 W Cayuga

Original songs and covers of classic rock, pop, oldies, country music from the 70's on.


Train Wreck

- 55 W 6th

Eclectic blues, folk and rock on acoustic guitar and harmonica.

From Ray Charles to the BeeGees, Duke Ellington to J Giels.

3:00 pm

Accidentally Awesome

- 120 W 7th

A group of new and seasoned performers, Larry Rapshaw, Suzanne Beason, Patti Graham

and members of the DeMott family, collaborate on songs old and new.

American English

- 73 W 6th

Energetic acoustic rock covers from the 60's on, highlighting the 80's.

Matt Twomey-Smith, vocals/guitar, Bruce Dayton, vocals/guitar and Dan Mumford, percussion.

Cam Caruso

- 80 W 5th

Acoustic rock, pop, and folk from yesterday, today, and tomorrow.


Chris Trapasso & Andy Myers

- 42 W 2nd

Two distinct-sounding vocalists offer soulful originals and covers,

drawing from rock to soul to modern Americana,


The Cool Kids

- 50 W 4th

Kevin Barrigar, Timothy Stone and Marc Warner sing and play acoustic guitars and bass,

performing an eclectic mix of music of all genres featuring lessor known and rarely performed

folk, rock and blues. Fun and unpredictable!


- 73 W Schuyler

Acoustic blues and jazz from the 1920’s to 1950's as well as

original music, from the NY Blues Archive Hall of Famers.


- 53 W Seneca – to 5:00 pm

Well-known CNY duo play acoustic classic rock from 60’s to 80's,

the songs people love to sing along with.

The Hellfish

- 69 W 5th

This 3-piece alternative pop rock band delivers catchy lyrics and good vibes.

Marc 'Bear' Grindle

- 35 W Seneca

Classic 1960's-80's acoustic rock and original songs.



- 25 W 5th – to 5:00 pm
(See 2:00 pm)

Painted Blue

- 81 W 7th

Acoustic rock, Americana and originals.

Randy McMillen & Friends

- 91 W Van Buren

Original acoustic folk rock and Americana and covers.

The STEMheads

- 60 W 6th

Classic rock from the 50s to today

Steve Pfanenstiel

- 65 W 3rd

The host of Monday night's open mic at "The Road" in Syracuse, Steve plays acoustic folk and pop,

influenced by Gordon Lightfoot and John Denver.

Sweet Soul Project

- 54 W 5th

Group performs classic 60's Motown hits and more.

Theatre Du Jour

- Montcalm Park
CNY's premiere interactive, touring dinner theatre brings us a preview of

"Bullets for Broadway", by David Landau, directed by Derek Potocki.

4:00 pm



- 77 W 5th

Acoustic duo Michael Judge and Juliet Forshaw perform their original musical fables

Danielle & Friends

- 49 W 5th

Open mic performer at Syracuse's "Funk 'N Waffles",

Danielle offers up an acoustic mix of genres and happy vibes!


Dave's Matthew Band

- 41 W Seneca

90's rock covers.

Doc Apple

- 91 W Van Buren

All original psychedelic rock!



- 53 W Seneca
(See 3:00 pm)

George Given

- 40 W Cayuga

Soul, Jazz and Brazilian music on acoustic guitar.


- 15 W 6th

This a cappella quartet performs unplugged, eclectic

Americana, blues, country and show tunes.


Love Volcanoes

– 77 W Van Buren

This 6-piece group performs originals and covers of the Beatles, Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead,

Van Morrison, Neil Young, Pearl Jam, Commodores, Squeeze, Who and more.

The Marvins

- 19 W 5th

Acoustic duo Gordie & Jodi Marvin perform a mix of

easy-listening, contemporary, folk and country-style originals.


- 60 W Cayuga

Duo Bryan Dickenson & Ron Kadey performing acoustic covers

of your favorite classic rock, folk, blues, & country tunes, as well as some originals.



- 25 W 5th
(See 2:00 pm)

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