6 On The Square


6 On The Square Schedule

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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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15th Anniversary Show
15th Anniversary Show
with Reggie Harris, Carolann Solebello, & Pat Wictor
Saturday, June 18 at 7:30 pm

Three singer-songwriters well known for their roles in outstanding musical groups are now uniting for a new collaboration. Brought together by love of vocal harmonies, years of friendship, and a common view of the world, Reggie Harris, Carolann Solebello, and Pat Wictor are putting their voices and songs together for a mini-tour. Each known for their songwriting, storytelling, and skill at making music with others, the sum of the three promises a full evening of singing together, and food for thought.
 A 2021 winner of the W.E.B. Du Bois Legacy Award, Reggie Harris is widely recognized for the role his music plays in the discourse for inclusion and the struggle for human rights. A founding member of Red Molly, Carolann Solebello now tours both solo and with No Fuss and Feathers. Known by many as 1/3 of Brother Sun, Pat Wictor now performs solo and in duos, often with vocalist Deborah Latz.
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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The Slambovian Circus of Dreams
The Slambovian Circus of Dreams
Sunday, July 10 at 2 pm
A rootsy rockin' psychedelica, The Slambovian Circus of Dreams have been expanding the borders of the Americana genre with their fantastic stories and performance since the late 90’s in Sleepy Hollow, New York. Their connection with audiences at shows taps into a greater human-ness and captivates with charismatic band leader Joziah Longo center ring presiding… Joined onstage by bandmates Tink Lloyd (accordion, cello, mandolin, flute) and the guitar-slinging skills of Sharkey McEwen, the Slambovians create a show that is constantly evolving "with a little help from their friends". 2022’s line-up features RJ MacCarthaigh (bass, keys, sax), Bob Torsello (bass), and Matthew Abourezk (drums).

Free Concert in Lafayette Park, Oxford NY
Sponsored by the R. C. Smith Foundation
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Buffalo Rose
Buffalo Rose
Sunday, July 17 at 2 pm
Buffalo Rose is a wildly charismatic six-piece modern folk/Americana band from Pittsburgh that will change your entire perspective on acoustic music. They take the singer-songwriter tradition to a new level by crafting original songs which are emotive, meticulously arranged, and inspired by a world of idiosyncratic influences that never let a dull or predictable moment creep in.

Free Concert in Lafayette Park, Oxford NY
Sponsored by the R. C. Smith Foundation
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The John Dady Band
The John Dady Band
Sunday, July 24 at 2 pm
As one of the Dady Brothers, John was a performer at one of the first Free Concerts in the Park! The music of The Dadys transcends genres and generations by melding American folk roots and Irish traditional influences into an amalgam of sound that is uniquely their own. After entertaining audiences throughout the world for decades, Joe Dady passed away in 2019. John continues to carry on the music, performing with a number of close friends.

Free Concert in Lafayette Park, Oxford NY
Sponsored by the R. C. Smith Foundation
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Fall 2022 Performers….
September 17 – Kolonien
September 30 – The Black Feathers
October 1 – Scott Cook
October 8 – Big Little Lions
November 5 – Greg Greenway
November 19 – The Pairs and Basset
December 4 – A Christmas Show with Cassie and Maggie MacDonald


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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