Returning for their third visit to Walton, North Sea gas will again entertain with their three part harmonies, great instrumentals and lively humor. It comes as no surprise that they are one of Scotland’s most popular folk bands with 19 albums produced over their 37 years performing all over the world. Anyone who missed their shows in the past shouldn’t make the same mistake again this season.
Good old rock and roll performance with enough energy for a group twice their size. Ruby Shooz returns to the Walton Theatre stage with the same great sounds from the 50’s and 60’s and with the same high energy delivery. The group has been thrilling audiences aged 8 to 80 for 20 years. Don’t miss this great entertainment!
Music on the Delaware and Elvanelle Music present the debut of the Elvanelle Orchestra – a 12-piece show band in the Broadway, Vaudeville, and Jazz traditions. The band with members from across the Hudson Valley, Catskills and NYC will invoke the heyday of these mountains; from the tradional music of the area to the evocative Grand Hotel era and the revolutionary Woodstock Festival. Kimberly’s genre-defying vocals meet a shapeshifting band complete with driving rhythm section, dynamic horns and even traditional folk instruments. Come join us for an evening of story, sound and song.
Four-hands piano dedicated to arrangements from the swing era, as well as ragtime and blues repertoire. Stephanie (from St Louis) is a leading exponent of stride piano and Paolo is one of Italy’s foremost jazz pianists. Together, this husband and wife team produce an exciting evening of piano peppered with humor and familiar music.
Stephanie and Paolo have appeared all over the world and have produced 5 CDs.
The Louisiana supergroup combines Cajun, country, blues and zydeco into a powerful tonic of roots music that could only come from southwest Louisiana. This is a band that is unafraid of mixing up accordion, fiddles, saxophones and guitars. They play with a sense of empathy and depth that can only be fostered after many years of making music together.
Founding members of the Red Stick Ramblers and The Pine Leaf Boys, their sound will be reminiscent of those groups. They are a perfect example of how everything that comes from Acadiana is dripping with its own unique culture.
They’ve toured the US and the world and now they will be in Walton, NY. Don’t miss this tasty gumbo of a musical evening.