Saturday nights in July and August
Arrowhead Lakefront (160 Route 28, Inlet, NY) - July Concerts 7-9 pm, August concerts 6-8 pm
Rain location: Fern Park Pavilion (11 Loomis Road, Inlet, NY)
July 2, 2022 - Tom O'Carroll - 7-9 pm - Printable flyer.
Tom has been singing the songs and playing the tunes of his native Ireland for over 30 years. He enlivens these programs with his trademark humor and incredible stock of stories and anecdotes. TomOCarroll.com
July 4, 2022 - Jamie Notarthomas - 7:30 pm - Printable flyer.
Jamie is a veteran of the independent music scene, and has dazzled audiences for more than 20 years with his inspired performances and ability to blend folk music with nearly any other style. JamieNotarthomas.com
July 9, 2022 - Karen Savoca & Pete Heitzman - 7-9 pm - Printable flyer.
Grit and sensitivity. Percussion and groove. Karen Savoca and Pete Heitzman are sinuous as two skaters gliding on ice as they play across soul, r&b, roots and world rhythms, conjuring a communion between audience and stage.
July 16, 2022 - Dan Duggan & Peggy Lynn - 7-9 pm - Printable flyer.
Peggy Lynn, better known as "The First Lady of Adirondack Music," is recognized nationwide for her soulful songwriting and extraordinary vocal versatility. Dan Duggan is known nationally for his wizardry on Hammered Dulcimer and Flat Picking Guitar, and is the recipient of the National Hammered Dulcimer Championship. Their websites: Meet Dan Duggan Meet Peggy Lynn
July 23, 2022 - Gwen & Jim Tracy - 7-9 pm - Printable flyer.
A longtime local favorite, and Old Forge girl, Gwen Tracy has been wowing music lovers for many years with her bluesy Joplin-like voice all over Central New York.
July 30, 2022 - Shrinking Violets - 7-9 pm - Printable Flyer.
Playing together as Shrinking Violets since 1993, Darryl and Julia Murdock completed their partnership by marrying in 1997. They have wandered throughout the Northeast, gracing such stages as Night Eagle Café and Coffeehouse in Oxford, NY and Caffe Lena's in Saratoga Springs, NY. They have an instantly recognizable, yet undefinable singer/songwriter style that can best be described as 'jazzy acoustic folk pop'. Both Darryl and Julia are classically trained and experienced in performing for many types of audiences. Their website: ShrinkingViolets.org
August 6, 2022 - Annie and the Hedonists - 6-8 pm - Printable flyer.
Acoustic blues, vintage jazz, and swing. Folk-roots American. Annie Rosen on lead vocals; Jonny Roden on guitar and vocals; Peter Davis on clarinet, tenor guitar, piano, and vocals. Their website: AnnieandtheHedonists.com
August 13, 2022 - Dan Berggren - 6-8 pm - Printable flyer.
A tradition-based songsmith, Dan Berggren writes with honesty, humor, and a strong sense of place. His songs explore the many dimensions of home, hard-working folks, taking care of our planet, and each other. His website: Dan Berggren
August 20, 2022 - The Fabulous Mojos - 6-8 pm - Printable flyer.
The Fabulous Mojos are an exciting and entertaining five piece group that combines funky blues with swinging soul. They perform throughout Upstate New York. Featuring hot arrangements, stunning musicianship and a unique sound, The Fabulous Mojos always deliver a first class performance that thrills audiences everywhere they go. Their Facebook page: The Fabulous Mojos
August 27, 2022 - Fritz Henry - 6-8 pm - Printable flyer.
The music of Fritz Henry is a unique blend of folk, pop, country and rock that truly captures the "return to basics" style attracting audiences of the New Millennium. With rich vocals and varied styles, Fritz accompanies himself with 12-string guitar and harmonica delighting his listeners with rhythm, repetoire and range. His website: Fritz Henry
September 3, 2022 - Donna Colton & Sam Patterelli - 6-8 pm - Printable flyer.
Donna Colton can usually be found on stage as part of a duo with her husband, Sam Patterelli, making music that’s an acoustic tangle of Broken Folk and Twang Rock. Donna's website: Donna Colton
Inlet's concert series is brought to you by the Town of Inlet, Charlie & Marsha Herr, and Reggie & Paul Chambers.
This project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.