The Cooperstown Concert Series, locally loved since 1970, proudly announces our 48th season where we feature seven concerts, one concert per month from September, 2017 to March, 2018.
Our 2017-18 season will match our goal of diversity of music within our ever-tightening budget. We will present Jerron “Blind Boy” Paxton (Blues and Jazz vocalist and instrumentalist), Friction Farm (a traditional folk singing duo), Tish Oney (award winning vocalist/pianist), Driftwood (a popular Folk Rock band), Burns & Kristy (Indie-folk-pop sound with fabulous vocals), The Brain Cloud (a little swing, a little Jazz, a lot of fun), and The Railsplitters (unconventional Bluegrass from Boulder, Colorado).
A modern-folk duo of traveling troubadours, husband and wife Aidan Quinn and Christine Stay combine storytelling, social commentary and humor to create songs of everyday life, local heroes, and quirky…Read More
Driftwood has made the leap from “local” band (Binghamton) to national. Together for over 10 years, Driftwood is rooted in folk, country and rock, blending styles in traditional, as well…Read More
Burns and Kristy bring their own fresh, contemporary, melodic (and fun!) music to Cooperstown. Their Caravan earned this praise: "One of the most entrancingly beautiful and timeless set of songs…Read More
Informed by the old Texas masters and rearranged and reinterpreted by the young New York masters, The Brain Cloud bring to Cooperstown their own brand of Western swing, an infectious…Read More
After taking first place in Rockygrass’ Best New Band Competition, The Railsplitters toured the country, soaking in a musical potpourri that seeped into the band’s own music. On their newest…Read More
- Tickets are available at Ellsworth and Sill (unless closed for vacation), Riverwood, Church & Scott Pharmacy and The Fly Creek General Store.
- Tickets are often available at the door, though concerts sometimes sell out in advance.
- Please call Concert Series, not the venues, for concert information.
- All concerts are rain or shine, snow or ice.