OSWEGO – On October 1st, Oswego Music Hall welcomes Beaucoup Blue (David & Adrian Mowry, father and son duo) to the main stage at the McCrobie Civic Center at 41 Lake Street in Oswego.
Beaucoup Blue’s music is steeped in Americana; influenced by blues, folk, soul, R&B, jazz, country and bluegrass. They’re Top 40 on the AMA Radio Chart! and grand prize winner of the Billboard World Song Contest. More information and videos can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/bcbband/.
Shows begin at 7:30pm and doors open at 7pm for all National Stage concerts. Visit the website at for a full schedule and ticket information www.oswegomusichall.org/ or stop at the River End Bookstore at 19 West Bridge Street in Oswego.
The 2022 fall season will continue on October 22nd when Annie & the Hedonists will perform on the main stage. “Jazz, blues, country, folk, bluegrass… it’s all here. Annie Rosen’s versatile, vintage-tinged voice perfectly complements the Hedonists’ outstanding musicianship.” ~Albany Times Union. Annie is joined by Jonny Rosen on guitar and vocals; Peter Davis on clarinet, tenor guitar, piano vocals); Don Young on bass & vocals; Jerry Marotta on drums/drums. For more information, see https://annieandthehedonists.com/.
Durham County Poets will perform on the main stage on November 5th and the John Byrne Band on November 19th. The Low Lily Solstice Show will be performing on December 3rd. January shows include Peter Mulvey on November 14th and Brothers Blue on November 28th. February shows include Sawyer Fredericks on the 11th and The McKrells on the 25th March shows include Jonathan Byrd on the 11th and Deeper Than Skin with Greg Greenway & Reggie Harris on the 25th April shows include Guy Davis on the 15th and the Burns Sisters Band on May 29. The season finale on May 13 features Annie Sumi & Travis Knapp.
Ticket prices for the National Stage range from $15 to $20 at the box office. Children under 16 pay half price and children under 5 are free. Buy tickets at each concert, online or at the bookstore at the end of the river.
The Oswego Music Hall venue is located at the McCrobie Civic Center at 41 Lake Street in Oswego and is wheelchair accessible. It borders Breitbeck Park and overlooks Lake Ontario and the Port of Oswego. The atmosphere is intimate with candlelit tables surrounding a small stage. Due to COVID precautions, drinks may be limited but are available.
Oswego Music Hall is a family-friendly, non-profit organization that has been run entirely by volunteers since its inception over 40 years ago. Volunteers can earn entry to the shows by doing a variety of tasks, from operating the soundboard to making popcorn. Students can also earn points for community service. To volunteer, email Volunteer Coordinator Michael Moss at [email protected]
COVID Precautions: Music Hall is paying close attention to CDC, state, and local guidelines while trying to do what is best for artists and guests. ensuring everyone’s safety and enjoyment of the show. Masks are now strongly recommended. Should conditions warrant, we may revert to more stringent requirements without notice. Please check https://www.oswegomusichall.org/ for updated information. Masks will be available at the door.
More information is available online at www.oswegomusichall.org/ or by email [email protected]
The concerts are made possible in part by funding from the New York State Council on the Arts with support from the Governor and the New York State Legislature. Other major supporters include the City of Oswego and the Shineman Foundation.
2022-23 Music Hall Events Calendar
The 45th season of the National Stage begins
1 Oct Beaucoup Blue
22 Annie and the Hedonists
Nov 5 Durham County Poet
19 John Byrne Band
3 Dec Low Lily Solstice Show
January 14 Peter Mulvey
28 Brothers Blue
February 11 Sawyer Fredericks
25 The McKrells
March 11 Jonathan Byrd
25 Deeper Than Skin with Greg Greenway & Reggie Harris
April 15 Guy Davis
29 Burns Sisters Band
Season finale on May 13 with Annie Sumi & Travis Knapp
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