Bluegrass Festival Aug 8-10 2014
Campground and Music Park Oneonta NY
3 Days of Great Bluegrass with a
mixture of popular local and touring bands. Free camping with ticket. Hot Showers, Restrooms,
Dump Station and Water. Tickets are on Sale! Vendors wanted!
information visit the campground home page
may not remember what you said, people may not
what you did but they will never forget how you
made them feel"
--Maya Angelou -----Jim Gaudet and
The Railroad Boys agree!!
"Loved having you on the
show, please plan on coming back with your new CD. You are an
excellent songwriter and if l lived in the Albany area, l'd be a
regular at your gigs."
--Katy Daley, Show Host on
Country, Washington, DC. Katy also serves on
the IBMA Leadership Bluegrass Planning Committee, the Distinguished
Achievement Award Committee and is a Hall of Fame elector.
IBMA Broadcast Personality of the Year Awarded in 2009 and 2011 at
the World of Bluegrass in Nashville. October 3,
Gaudet and the Railroad Boys are a gold mine for a
festival! They're incredibly
talented, versatile, adaptable, and a load of fun. You won't want to
let them go home, because you'll want more -- more songs, more
workshops, more conversation, and yes, even more
Team Coordinator, Turtle Hill Folk Festival, Golden Link
"This is music that makes folks feel
I know I love it....
member of the International Bluegrass Music Association, founding
member of the International Bluegrass Music Museum, Producer of Grey
Fox Bluegrass Festival and producer of Rhythm and Roots Music
October 21, 2010
The Stable Hands
The Stable Hands Band has been growing together for
the past six years and collaborating as friends and family.
With Sue and Tom Connolly , Janet and Rick Baskowski,
the two couples create an acoustic sound that is completely their
own contemporary style. Their goal is to play original music as an
art form within the Bluegrass genre.
You will feel their excitement for each other and
Gravelyard Bluegrass Band have been playing their own style of Folk
Bluegrass for the past seven years.They have performed at area
festivals,concert series and local fund raisers. In fact, they host
a popular concert series 'Folk Fest For Food' in their home
town of Cherry Valley. The band members are Phil Zenir
on guitar and vocals, Jeff Philips on bango, Tripp Swart on
mandolin, Dennis Walrath on bass and Butch Yager on congos. In
the last seven years the band has developed a unique repertoire of
driving bluegrass combined with haunting folk ballads. According to
David Ring of WONE radio in Oneonta, "As a group, their love of
music is obvious in their high energy shows...these guys have fun
and so do their
Most members of this traditional bluegrass
group hail from Barrington Township, Dundee New York, come from a
long tradition of accomplished musicianship, and have been playing
and singing bluegrass together for well over 40 years! If you like
good solid, straight from the heart bluegrass, tight harmonies and
just want to enjoy some “feel good” bluegrass music, then don’t miss
Melanie and the
Favorites of Melanie and the
Boys include tunes from the Grateful Dead, Son House, The
Doors, John Prine, JD Crowe, and even a couple of Johnny Cash
favorites. Whatever tune they play at any given moment, they bring
energy, enthusiasm and a playful sense of fun that is undeniably