Sat, Jun 26|
The Blind Owl Band - Early Show - Waterhole, Saranac Lake, NY
The Blind Owl Band - Early Show - Waterhole, Saranac Lake, NY Early Show - 2 Set Show! Waterhole Upstairs Music Lounge, Saranac Lake, NY Doors 5pm Show 6pm - 9pm. Tickets $20.00
Time & Location
Jun 26, 2021, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Saranac Lake, 48 Main St, Saranac Lake, NY 12983, USA
About the event
The Blind Owl Band
Early Show - 2 Set Show!
Waterhole Upstairs Music Lounge
Saranac Lake, NY
Doors 5pm Show 6pm - 9pm
This is a general admission show.
Show is currently capped at 25% capacity to allow for proper social distancing through out the venue.
We will post updates on covid protocols for this show on Monday June 20th.
The Blind Owl Band will be preforming two complete shows on Saturday June 26th. Early show at 6pm and Late show at 10:30pm. This to allow more available tickets for attendees while keeping the venue at a proper capacity to allow for social distancing.
The Blind Owl Band
Freight Train String Music from Saranac Lake, NY
Hailing from Saranac Lake, NY, in the heart of the Adirondack mountains, The Blind Owl Band has been creating what they call Freight Train String Music since 2010. And a freight train it truly is. Although the quartet’s sound is rooted in traditional stringed instruments (guitar, basses, banjo and mandolin), their music surges forward with the strength and power of a hundred-ton diesel locomotive. Songs barrel down the tracks with momentum and intensity normally found in much heavier, heavily amplified music. “Although we look like a bluegrass band we are not,” explains co-founder Eric Munley (mandolin, vocals). “Collectively, we’re a musical representation of the sounds floating around in our heads. We use the instruments of our ancestors, but play music of our time; we’re influenced much more by all that has happened in the musical world over the past three decades than by what was created in the first three-quarters of the 20th Century.” The Blind Owl Band builds on what they regard as a basic approach to traditional songwriting and arranging and push the envelope, stretching the limits of raw, acoustic instrumentation. Munley explains part of the band’s mindset: “In a time of perfection and an increasing reliance on digital processors, we’re trying to expand the sound, to inspire use of wood and metal.” In just under ten years the band has released three albums (Rabble Rousing, This Train We Ride is Made of Wood and Steel and Skeezy Patty) and toured extensively throughout the eastern US, logging over 800 shows across 17 states since January 2012. They’ve played on almost every festival east of the Mississippi and shared the stage with countless artists across all genres of the musical spectrum. This freight train has no one conductor but four shovel boys pushing the limits of their engine night after night, so climb aboard and get ready for a one-of-a-kind ride.