Scheduled concerts include:
Robanic with the Caribbean Sound on Wednesday, July 21st at 7 pm. An authentic reggae band from upstate New York, Robanic plays a wide and colorful range of Caribbean music including old-school reggae, traditional rock-steady, ska, calypso, contemporary lovers rock, as well as the hottest new dance-hall sound from Jamaica.
The Spirit of Johnny Cash– Harold Ford, Our June & The Cash Band on Wednesday, July 28th at 7 pm. Harold Ford’s voice and physical resemblance to Johnny Cash are unmistakable, making him a natural as a Johnny Cash tribute artist.
Alex Torres and His Latin Orchestra on Wednesday, August 4th at 7 pm. Formed October 1980 in Amsterdam, NY, this 12 piece orchestra is led by the Bronx-born bassist Alex Torres. They have been presented by hundreds of festivals, performing arts centers and events annually to perform their original blend of Afro-Caribbean rhythms such as Salsa, Merengue, Cha-cha, Bomba, Plena and Latin Jazz.
The Dylan Perrillo Orchestra on Wednesday, August 11th at 7 pm. The Dylan Perrillo Orchestra from Albany performs popular American music from 1890-1950 taking a particular liking to the songbook of the 1920’s. Complete with a six-piece horn section, violin, vocalist and rhythm section.
The Stony Creek Band on Wednesday, August 18th at 7 pm. The Stony Creek Band has thrilled generations of fans with its high energy blend of rock, folk, country and bluegrass.
Mark Gamsjager & The Lustre Kings on Wednesday, August 25th at 7 pm. Beginning with 1995’s Mark Gamsjager Rocks & The Lustre Kings Roll, the band staked a claim to a modern take on the reverb-driven sounds of early rock, leaning also on touchstones of country, blues and R&B.
Shepard Park is located on Canada Street in Lake George. All concerts are free and open to the public. More information about The Lake George Arts Project’s Summer Concert Series is available online.