They will perform at the McCrobie Civic Center in Oswego on Saturday, November 17 at 7:30 p.m.
The line-up can be said to be a Who's Who of North Country Roots Music, with each player a top draw in their own right. Starting with songwriter John Kribs on banjo and both electric & acoustic guitar and Orion Kribs, a world class mandolin player capable of the break neck speed and nuanced solo work needed to perform in a Kevin McKrell band.
Arlin Greene is a bassist of exceptional abilities, whether it is a high energy bluegrass stomp or Celtic ballad, Greene's bass is the foundation the band’s songs are built upon. It is widely known thoughout the northeast that if you need a great fiddler call Doug Moody and percussionist Brian Melick, is worth the price of the ticket all by himself.
Behind all of this is Kevin McKrell . Kevin has performed throughout the U.S., Canada, Ireland, Scotland and Italy. His songs have been covered by bands all over the world— The Kingston Trio, The Fureys, Woods Tea Company, Hair of The Dog, to name a few. With each player in The New McKrells capable of lead singer status the harmony vocals of this collective of like minded musicians is stunning, the energy explosive, each song a gem. For more information: www.kmckrell.com
Concert tickets are $16 (advance sale) and $19 at the door; half price for ages 16 and younger and under 6 free. Tickets can be purchased at any Music Hall show, on- line, or at the river’s end bookstore, 19 West Bridge Street in Oswego. Find more information online at http:// oswegomusichall.org/ or email: [email protected]
Three shows remain in the year, the Burns & Kristy Band on December 1 and The Hook on December 14 featuring.... The final event will be a Songwriting Contest Playoff on Nov. 30, a feature of the Open Mic that evening.
The Music Hall is a not-for-profit community arts organization, founded to provide a performance venue for the community and support for performing artists. It is run wholly by volunteers since its inception in 1977. Volunteers can earn admission to shows through various tasks— from running the sound board to making popcorn. SUNY student interns help run shows and public school students can earn credit for community service.