The Cooperstown Concert Series, locally loved since 1970, is offering corporate sponsorship for our 50th season, as well as for our individual concerts. This upcoming season will feature six concerts, one concert per month from November, 2019 to March, 2020.
Our 2019-20 season will match our goal of diversity of music within our ever-tightening budget. We will present the Guy Davis Trio (acoustic blues), Annie & the Hedonists (fun folk favorites), Penny Knight Band (rock), Alexis P Suter Band (electric blues band that packed the house last time they were here), John Jorgenson Quintet (the greatest guitar player you’ll ever see) and The Black Feathers (singer/songwriter duo).
Taking his influences from blues masters (diverse greats like Lightnin’ Hopkins, Big Bill Broonzy, Blind Willie McTell and Leadbelly) , Guy Davis is a musical storyteller whose songwriting and performing blows…Read More
One of our audience favorites, Annie & The Hedonists make their third appearance for Cooperstown Concert Series. As one reviewer said “Annie struts right to the heart of each sassy,…Read More
Featuring their own unique brand of originals with dynamic vocals and musicianship, the Penny Knight Band has a decades long history of touring with national acts. Constantly expanding their recording…Read More
Almost 12 years ago (to the day!), the Alexis P Suter band dropped like a bomb in Cooperstown with a red hot show in front of nearly 300 people. It…Read More
John Jorgenson opened our 40th season and returns for our 50th. “Brilliant!” raves Elton John about this Grammy award winning guitarist, who has often toured with Elton. Our audience had…Read More
The ability to write songs that sound modern and ancient is a rare thing. Since becoming The Black Feathers (and life partners) in 2012, Ray Hughes and Sian Chandler have…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.