Plattsburgh's own Lucid gets ready to bring the heat this weekend for the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival.
Back in the 90's, The Squirrel Nut Zippers helped create a new wave of swing-inspired, New Orleans magic onto the national airwaves, in the meantime going platinum as they sold millions of albums. After releasing Beasts of Burgundy, their first album in 17 years, the Zippers aren't just back - they're bigger and better than ever. I talk with Jimbo Mathus as the band prepares to kickoff their Holiday Caravan tour in Plattsburgh's Strand Center Theatre this week.
Over the past four decades, Robert Cray has gone from an unnamed roles in National Lampoon's Animal House, to recording over 20 albums and winning over five Grammy Awards with his smooth voice and exciting guitar rhythms. With his new tour bringing him to Plattsburgh's Strand Center Theatre, I talk with Cray about his long and storied career.
Guitarist Andy Falco of the Infamous Stringdusters discusses the fateful day at age 14 when his brother snuck him out of school to see the Grateful Dead - to now sharing the stage with the Dead's own Phil Lesh. I also talk to Falco about the Stringdusters' new album Rise Sun and their Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album for 2017's Laws of Gravity.
Fresh off her exciting new EP Burning Rain, Josee Allard discusses the road that brought her to the North Country and her upcoming shows throughout the area.
The Empire Rooks are set to bring back the groove when they return to the stage this Saturday for a marathon show at the Monopole.
Eaglemania comes to the Strand Theatre next week, recreating all the classic Eagles hits people know and love.
A fresh and exciting force in today's blues scene, Vanessa Collier discusses life, music and her upcoming show at Retro Live in this week's Lake Champlain Weekly.
Pink Talking Fish discuss the road that takes them to the home of the Clifford Ball