Sat, Sep 18|
3rd Saturday | Mossback George With Special Guest Amber Martin!
Join the Vestal Museum in celebrating local music at our monthly event usually 2nd but this time...3rd Saturday!
Time & Location
Sep 18, 2021, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Vestal Museum, 328 Vestal Pkwy E, Vestal, NY 13850, USA
About the event
Join the Vestal Museum in celebrating local music at our monthly event usually 2nd but this time...3rd Saturday! Featuring Mossback George and Amber Martin LIVE and IN PERSON on Saturday, September 18, 2021 from 6PM-8PM.
Hot off the press from former endeavors in a rock band from Binghamton NY called "Kites and Powerlines". Alex Walker began writing songs for Mossback George well before he'd ever known their final purpose. Mossback George is the remnant of a man who went wandering in the woods one day, only to find that upon his return he'd aged ten thousand years. Spanning an eclectic mix, which can vaguely boil down to being called, Americana with the occasional dash of Hell Jazz and Punk. Mossback George brings a little something from every corner of the mind. Sometimes filled with profound peace, sometimes a joyous exclamation, and sometimes the cacophony of rage. The aim is to challenge the listener with poetic lyrics and the oxymoron of simple yet complex song structure. If you like to ponder the existential questions plaguing humanity while tapping your foot to stanky rhythms, listen to Mossback George.
Live sound provided by Matt Ebbers of Side Room Sounds.
The Vestal Museum’s monthly 2nd Saturday events are entirely FREE ADMISSION to the public - with the suggested donation to the Vestal Museum. Bring lawn chairs and sit distanced while enjoying the show - or if preferred park and roll down you windows for a drive-in experience. Masks required when unable to sit 6ft distance from each other. Show will be entirely outside on the front porch of our museum (dress for the weather!). The Vestal Museum is located at 328 Vestal Parkway E, Vestal NY 13850 next to the Vestal Public Library.
Second Saturday is made possible with public funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, and administered by The Earlville Opera House. Additional support for the Broome SCR Program graciously provided by the Stewart W. and Willma C. Hoyt Foundation, Inc.