The TOW Bar Inn on Main Street in Old Forge will be the site of a Sunday, September 29 gathering in support of area musician Jon Liebing, who recently broke his fibula.
The Lift a Leg for Liebing event will be held from 2 to 11 p.m. and features live music, free food and drafts, and a 50/50 Raffle. Admission is $15.
Among the bands performing at the event are: Paul Case and Kids Again, Andy Minnie, Joe Bolton and John Christy, Doug Green, Poor Tim, Dave Porter of 805, Bob & Dave, and Liebing’s Beatles tribute band, Plastic Soul. Continue reading →
Case, Liebing, and Notarthomas looking forward to great day of music
Other Native Upstate musicians that are known for great live performances and enthusiastic followings—and who will be performing at the McCauley Music Festival on Saturday, August 6—are Jon Liebing, Jamie Notarthomas, and The Nards featuring Paul Case.
When asked about the festival, Paul Case said he is excited that such a day of music is being held locally.
“It’s a great thing to come to Old Forge,” he said. “And we’re looking for it to take off and be a great success. There’s going to be some really great music, and because it’s a day-long event we’ll try to get as many locals on as we can and see what happens.”
When asked about the headline act, Case described 10,000 Maniacs as “a staple of American music.”
Singer/songwriter Jamie Notarthomas has been key in the region’s underground music scene since the late ’80s, performing an average of 200 shows a year throughout the eastern U.S.
Over the years, he has become known for thought-provoking songwriting and electrifying performances. Continue reading →