Celebrating Our 50th Season!

Due to COVID-19 and the increasing amount of precautionary cancellations happening in our area, Concert Series is cancelling the March 21 Black Feathers show.

Not the way we intended to end our 50th season, but we want our audience, and our artists, to be safe for year 51.

All individual ticket purchases will be refunded in the coming days.

The John Jorgenson Quintet played before an audience that seemed to be on its feet from the first notes.

It was a triumphant return for the Grammy-winning guitarist, who first appeared for Concert Series 10 years ago.

(Photos by Jackie Parry, Randy Smith and Bill Francis).

As they did almost 12 years ago (to the day!), the Alexis P Suter Band played to a packed house at the Otesaga Hotel. Another amazing show, powerful, emotional, aggressive and fun!

(Thanks to Christine Chen and Jackie Parry for the photos).

Today, Cooperstown Concert Series presented Julia Perdue, Director of the Cooperstown Food Pantry, a check for $250.

The most recent show in Concert Series’ 50th season, the Penny Knight Band, raised money for the Food Pantry.

As we’ve done for 50 years, Cooperstown Concert Series appreciates our village and all who make it so wonderful.

(From left to right: Jeff Katz, Treasurer, Cooperstown Concert Series, Julia Perdue, Director, Cooperstown Food Pantry, and Jim Hill, Co-director Cooperstown Concert Series).

A little late, but some photos for you from last week’s Annie & The Hedonists show.

Photo credits/Jackie Parry

The Cooperstown Concert Series is donating 50% of all profits from the December 7, 2019 concert featuring the Penny Knight Band. Audience members are encouraged to bring nonperishable donations or make cash contributions to the Food Pantry.

Come to the show to celebrate our 50th Season AND help out the Food Pantry.

L to R: Jeff Katz (Treasurer, Cooperstown Concert Series), Christina Haynes (Stewart’s Shops Cooperstown Store Manager) and Jim Hill (Co-chair, Cooperstown Concert Series)

Once again, Stewart’s Shops is sponsoring a Cooperstown Concert Series show, and this time it’s part of our 50th season!

(We won’t tell you which show, because we’re waiting to unveil our entire schedule, but based on past history, you’re gonna love it!)

Jeff, store manager Christina Haynes and Jim met at the Cooperstown store (108 Chestnut St.) to celebrate and hold a big check.

Thank you Stewart’s Shops for once again being part of the Cooperstown Concert Series team!

The Lonely Heartstring Band packed the Hall of Fame to close Cooperstown Concert Series’ 49th season. It was a fantastic end to a very strong season.

Next year will be our 50th year! Concert Series is planning many celebratory events in the community, so stay tuned. Keep an eye on news by “liking,” and looking at, our Facebook page.

Until the Fall, thank you to everyone who made this season so great.

(Photos by Jackie Parry)

Buffalo Rose brought down the packed house at the Otesaga Hotel last night with a stunningly original show filled with top notch songs and harmonies (oh, the harmonies!).

Playing all of their own songs (save one, a killer cover of White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army), Buffalo Rose made many new fans.

(Photo credit – Anne Friday).

Caitlin Canty and The Oshima Brothers made 200 new fans last night, maybe more.

The Oshima Brothers opened the show, a rarity for Concert Series, and brought beautiful harmonies to their original songs. Canty, along with Rich Hinman (Milk Carton Kids), charmed our biggest crowd of the season with brilliant original songs and, we all agreed, perhaps the most unforgettable voice we’ve ever had in the Series.

The two artists came to Cooperstown as part of the Americana Tour Blueprint, presented by the Americana Music Association.

Some pics, thanks to Jackie Parry.