Entertainment

Syracuse Community Choir at Plowshares

Saturday

10:00 AM – Eli Thomas
Eli is Onondaga and opens Plowshares with thanksgiving and words.

11:00 AM – Mark Zane
Mark performs folk, folk/rock and acoustic folk. Listen Here.

12:00 PM – Colleen Kattau and Dos XX
An activist musician, Colleen is a bilingual vocalist, guitarist and composer of songs and performs folk, folk/rock and latin folk music. Listen Here.

 1:00 PM  – Syracuse Community Choir
The Syracuse Community Choir is a diverse community of people who come together to sing songs of peace and social justice. Come to their Winter Solstice Concert: “Resilience” at 7pm on Sat. Dec. 17 at ST Paul’s Cathedral downtown Syracuse. Visit their website.

 2:00 PM  – Falling Forward
Falling Forward features Doug MacDonald and Bob Switalski on guitars and Dick Canty on bass. They do mostly original songs and have a “roots music” orientation.

3:00 PM – Zoë Mullan-Stout
Zoë Mullan-Stout is a singer-songwriter who lives in Central New York. Her most recent EP, “Crossing Over” (2018) was recorded at SubCat Studios in Syracuse, NY. Zoë teaches music and offers guitar and songwriting lessons at her home studio. She is currently working on recording a demo of new songs. 

 4:00 PM – Maya Tribe Bellydance

Sunday

10:30 AM – Eli Thomas
 Eli is Onondaga and opens Plowshares with thanksgiving and words.

11:30 AM – John Callahan
John performs an eclectic mix of Americana, folk, and contemporary rock favorites. He has been a contributor to the CNY music scene for many years performing both as a solo artist and as a member of several well known musical ensembles including being a founding member of CNY’s resident Grateful Dead tribute act, and can most recently be found performing with his new ensemble act, The Long Weight, a groove rock quintet. 

12:30 PM – Riverstone
Riverstone is an acoustic trio comprised of sisters Kate & Betsy Wirshing and Van Cleary-Hammarstedt. Betsy and Van play guitars, and Kate adds flute and percussion to her vocals. We play well known songs by artists such as Bonnie Raitt, the Everly Bros, Bob Dylan, Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Prine, as well as originals by Van, a long time member of the Syracuse Songwriters Woodshed.

 1:30 PM –  Little Jazz Trio
Little Jazz Trio Is Ray Sturge (trumpet, flute, CNY music teacher, and a fixture in the local jazz and community band scene); Harvey Nusbaum (guitar, vocals, and life-long player known in CNY Celtic, jazz, folk, and contra dance music scenes); and Bob Lyna (bass, and a fixture in the Auburn, NY music scene with his band Nuclear Ukulele).

 2:30 PM – Luckiest Men
The Luckiest Men is an acoustic guitar duo in Syracuse. Jim Riter and Ross Loucy met through their work in the mental health field in 2007 and began a musical project based on their shared love of American roots music, classic rock, and classic and contemporary folk and country. 

 3:30 PM – Dram Fools
Dram Fools is Gavin Landless on keyboard and Bob Switalski on guitars. They perform original, eclectic material and share vocals.  

 

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