Thu, Aug 17|
Paris Hill Barn
Live Music Thursdays at the Barn - CINCINNITI CREEK
Join us for an evening of pot luck and live music from CINCINNITI CREEK!
Time & Location
Aug 17, 2023, 5:45 PM – 7:30 PM
Paris Hill Barn, 2817 Old Rte 12, Sauquoit, NY 13456, USA
About the event
We welcome the community to join us for an evening of potluck communal dining followed by an hour of live music performed by the very best local performers available! This community outreach program is funded by the generous donations at the door from patrons!
This week - CINCINNITI CREEK! (BAND BIO BELOW!)
Pot Luck from 5:45-6:30 PM; Live music from 6:30-7:30 PM
For pot luck, please bring something to share! Feel free to bring your own adult beverages!
To reduce waste, we ask that you bring your own reusables (utensils, plate, cup, napkin)!
We can’t wait to see you!
Cincinnati Creek Band Bio 2023
Where can you hear toe tapping melodies, tight bluegrass harmonies, and original melodies all with some good fun thrown in? Why at a Cincinnati Creek performance of course!
Cincinnati Creek has been performing in Central NY since 2008. This group is comprised of seasoned band members that have been entertaining audiences in various groups for decades. Lori Thompson writes songs that are often inspired by local historical happenings. Some of her music can be heard on the local TV program, Mohawk Valley Living. She also has recorded 2 cds of original material available at shows. Lori sings lead and harmony vocals, and she plays the mandolin and guitar. Lori got her start playing in her father’s bluegrass band, The Sutton’s in 1982. After moving to Oneida County, she joined the bluegrass band Stump Hollow in 1994. In 2008, she formed Cincinnati Creek with fellow performers Chris Pepe and Gary Dygert.
Chris Pepe plays the banjo and sings bass vocals in the band. In addition, he is also the sound engineer. Chris was drawn to the banjo after attending the Fox Family Bluegrass Festival.
Cathy Martin is the third founding member of the “Creek.” She sings lead and adds the high harmony. Cathy also keeps the beat with her bass fiddle. Cathy had prior experience singing in the Remsen Community choir and playing piano.
The newest member of the band, Joe Rowlands, joined in 2021, but he has been performing in Central NY for some time. Joe is a founder of Rattlin’ Bog, a group that specializes in Irish music. He has also performed with the barbershop group Nothing Fancy. Joe plays harmonica and guitar for Cincinnati Creek and sings lead and harmony vocals.
Cincinnati Creek also performs yearly as part of The Steuben Players at their annual benefit dinner theatre for the Remsen Steuben Historical Society.
All in all, Cincinnati Creek offers a unique musical concert that is entertaining and fun.