6 On The Square


6 On The Square Schedule

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The Tannahill Weavers
The Tannahill Weavers
Saturday, March 12 at 7:30 pm
The Tannahill Weavers are one of Scotland 's premier traditional bands. Their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire-driven instrumentals, topical songs, and original ballads and lullabies. They have that unique combination of traditional melodies, driving rhythmic accompaniment, and rich vocals that make their performances unforgettable. Over the years the Tannies have been international trailblazers for Scottish music, and their tight harmonies and powerful, inventive arrangements have won them fans from beyond the folk and Celtic music scenes. In 2018 they released their 18th recording, Òrach (“Golden” in Gaelic) to celebrate their 50th anniversary, and in 2019 they were nominated for Folk Band of the Year and Album of the Year in Scotland. In 2021 they were joined by exciting piper and fiddle player Iain MacGillivray, who is also Scotland’s youngest Clan leader. Iain, a fluent Gaelic speaker, has worked on such exciting productions as Outlander and Men in Kilts, and has performed for a huge list of stars and dignitaries in recent years. As they head back out on the road they are firmly established as one of the premier groups on the concert stage - from reflective ballads to foot-stomping reels and jigs, the variety and range of the material they perform is matched only by their enthusiasm and lively Celtic spirits

LIVE ON STAGE - $25 (plus $2 service charge)
$ 27.00
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Zoom Live Broadcast
Zoom Live Broadcast
The Tannahill Weavers – Saturday, March 12 at 7:30 pm
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Live Broadcast ticket sales end 2 hours before the start of the performance.
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Suggested donation price $23
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$ 23.00
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Kerri Powers
Kerri Powers
Saturday, March 26 at 7:30 pm
Kerri Powers is the exact definition of Americana.  Her music spans the wide pantheon of almost every style of music that is distinctly American.  Country, blues, roots rock, it’s all there for the giving and the taking.  She has a lot to say and a dozen ways to say it.  Whether she’s feeling soft and quiet or rambunctious and gritty, Powers speaks with a voice that simply must be heard. Her voice is a haunting, yet sweet vessel where words drip with pain and honey-soaked experiences. 
After raising her son and overcoming the hardship of a difficult divorce, Kerri embraced her passion and returned to making music. As a result, she released a self-titled EP in 2014 and started playing out again. While the EP was produced simply for merch sales, she was encouraged to mail the disc to a host of radio stations that report to The Roots Radio Chart. Unbelievable as it seems, and with zero promotion or publicity assistance, radio reacted and the little merch CD landed the #1 spot on the Roots Radio Chart….and many critics’ list of “Top 50 Folk Albums of 2014.”

LIVE ON STAGE - $18 (plus $2 service charge)
$ 20.00
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Zoom Live Broadcast
Zoom Live Broadcast
Kerri Powers - Saturday, March 26 at 7:30 pm
Live broadcast tickets are on a donation basis (pay the suggested price or what you can).
Live Broadcast ticket sales end 2 hours before the start of the performance.
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Suggested donation price $15
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$ 15.00
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House of Hamill
House of Hamill
Saturday, April 23 at 7:30 pm
House of Hamill is on the bleeding edge of a new generation of traditional musicians. Rose Baldino and Brian Buchanan met 10 years ago, when Brian's band Enter the Haggis and Rose's group Burning Bridget Cleary were sharing a stage that evening. At the Folk Alliance 2014 conference in Kansas City they finally became musical collaborators. Both Baldino and Buchanan are accomplished traditional fiddle players and classical violinists, with over 25 years of writing and performance experience between them. Together, they write unusual new fiddle tunes and exciting, unpredictable original songs while breathing new life into traditional and contemporary songs. Both are confident and unique lead vocalists, and the blend of their two voices in harmony is hypnotic and irresistible.
Live on Stage - $18 (plus $2 service charge)

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Suggested donation is $16, although donations of any amount will be accepted.
$ 20.00
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Burns & Kristy
Burns & Kristy
Saturday, April 30 at 7:30 pm
Terry Burns and Ron Kristy will be traveling from the Ithaca area with their band, all of whom are seasoned musicians in their own right. Both Terry and Ron are well-known for their songwriting; in concerts, their engaging music coupled with their vocal and instrumental harmonies blends their original music with some old favorites. Performing uplifting music coupled with their infectious, inviting style always makes for a delightful evening of music.
Live on Stage - $20(plus $2 service charge)

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Suggested donation is $18, although donations of any amount will be accepted.
$ 22.00
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North Sea Gas
North Sea Gas
Sunday, May 15 at 7:00 pm
North Sea Gas is a Scottish folk music band based in Edinburgh that has been entertaining audiences for about 40 years. Formed about 1980, the band’s current line up formed in 2015, and is comprised of members Dave Gilfillan, Ronnie MacDonald, and Grant Simpson; Dave Gilfillan is the only original member from the band’s founding and has been the mainstay of the band. He sings lead vocals, and plays a variety of instruments, including guitar and foot drum. Ronnie MacDonald joined the band in 2002, singing vocals and playing the bouzouki and guitar. Joining in 2006, and the “baby” of the band, Grant Simpson sings vocals and while primarily playing the fiddle, he also plays mandola, bouzouki, and guitar.
Over the years, their exciting blend of Scottish and Irish music has appealed to audiences all over Great Britain, Europe, Scandinavia, Australia, Canada, and the United States. With the combination of instruments complimenting their fine vocals, an entertaining evening is guaranteed!
Live on Stage - $25(plus $2 service charge)

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Suggested donation is $23, although donations of any amount will be accepted.
$ 27.00
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Martyn Joseph
Martyn Joseph
Sunday, May 22 at 7:00 pm
Compared to Bruce Springsteen, John Mayer, Bruce Cockburn and Dave Matthews, Martyn Joseph has created his own style and reputation as a mesmerizing live performer in his own right, built on a reputation for giving what thousands have described as the best live music experience of their lives. A unique talent driven by passion, social awareness and love for his trade, he’s a jaw dropping guitar player who has developed a unique percussive style, teamed up with a powerful show stopping voice, and has been called “The Welsh Springsteen”.
Live on Stage - $20(plus $2 service charge)

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Suggested donation is $18, although donations of any amount will be accepted.
$ 22.00
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Mad Agnes
Mad Agnes
Saturday, June 4 at 7:30 pm
Back from a ten-year lunch break, Mad Agnes has reunited to bring you the intricate harmonies and compelling songwriting that have always been their signature. Margo Hennebach, Adrienne Jones and Mark Saunders have been singing and playing together since there were dinosaurs, performing across the U.S. and overseas. While dodging labels and mixing styles (Folk, classical or Celtic? Soaring vocals, incisive lyrics or giggly repartee?), the genre-bending trio has won hearts on two continents, and individually and collectively amassed a body of work which comprises 13 CDs and a concert DVD, with a new album on the way.

Though each member is a multi-instrumentalist, this iteration sees them pared down with fewer instruments and only one microphone, around which they form and re-form, early-radio style. This allows them to be more playful and more connected, bringing you guitars, mandolin, percussion, keyboard, and “three-part harmonies as tight as jeans from the dryer” (Rob Weir, The Advocate). As one presenter once introduced them, “Together, the three of them make a great couple.”
Live on Stage - $25(plus $2 service charge)

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Suggested donation is $23, although donations of any amount will be accepted.
$ 27.00
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June 18 – 15th Anniversary Celebration with Reggie Harris, Carolann Solebello, and Pat Wictor

Fall 2022 Performers….
September 17 – The Black Feathers
September 24 – Kolonien
October 1 – Scott Cook
October 8 – Big Little Lions
November 5 – Greg Greenway
November 19 – The Pairs and Basset


These performances made possible in part with public funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program and Restart NY Program, regrant programs of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, and administered by the Earlville Opera House.

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