6 On The Square Schedule!
Ticket price for Students 18 and under is always $2; please call to make a Student reservation
Note: Tickets are non-refundable, but may be exchanged for another performance at the discretion of 6 On The Square management. Actual tickets are not issued; reservations are logged in a reservation book. We will confirm ticket reservations if requested.
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All performances will be broadcast on Concert Window.
An Evening with Robin and Linda Williams
Saturday, June3 at 7:30 pm
Virginia based Robin and Linda Williams are known for their rich harmonies and original songwriting rooted in the country/bluegrass/gospel tradition. They have gained widespread national prominence on Garrison Keillor's "A Prairie Home Companion," as well as performing in their own right. Tickets are available at the discounted pre-show price of $30 (plus $2 service charge) or $35 at the door.
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Our Tenth Anniversary Celebration with Idlewheel
Saturday, June 17 at 7:30 pm
Idlewheel (Craig Bickhardt and Jack Sundrud) do it all with a wry nonchalance that belies their uncommon craftsmanship. These guys know the high road of country-rock better than most. Their credits are solid and sterling. Bickhardt was a member of renowned Nashville group SKB that enjoyed country radio success with hits that included Bickhardt and Schuyler’s “This Old House”. He has also penned songs for Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Martina McBride, and B. B. King, and wrote and sang the closing theme for Robert Duvall’s Academy Award winning film TENDER MERCIES. Sundrud cracked the charts with Great Plains (Sony Records) and now plays bass in the pioneering country-rock group Poco, whose 40-year roster reads like a who’s who in the genre. His songs have been recorded by Kenny Rogers, The Judds, The Persuasions and others. Together Craig and Jack wrote Ty Herndon’s mega hit “It Must Be Love”. Tickets for this celebration are $20 pre-show (plus $2 service charge) or $25 at the door.
Matt Nakoa Band
Free Concert in Lafayette Park on Sunday, July 2 at 2 pm
Growing up in Smyrna, Matt Nakoa is now an internationally touring singer-songwriter. He began writing music as a teenager, and won a scholarship to Berklee College of Music in Boston. After college, he toured and wrote music with the Berklee born band, The Fens. He soon began a solo career, and touring, including playing at the White House. His high energy performances are guaranteed to have you up out of your seat and dancing and singing!
September 16: Ellis Paul
October 28: Brooks Williams
November 4: Bill Staines
September 30: The Levins
October 7: The Slambovian Circus of Dreams
October 14: Ryanhood
Many Thanks to the good people at Super 8 Motel in Norwich, NY for providing housing for our performers.
***Performances made possible in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.