The Clinton Community College Foundation is offering an escape from the deep freeze! Roy Hurd will be warming up the Stafford Building Auditorium along with Taylor LaValley, Tim Hartnett, Skip Smithson, The PHS Select Vocal Ensemble, and more on Friday, February 9th from 7-9 P.M.
Roy Hurd is a dynamic performer and a world class singer songwriter. In the years he has been performing, Roy has played his brand of mountain music for enthusiastic audiences nation-wide, and has developed a following unparalleled in the Adirondack Mountains. Roy's song Adirondack Blue has become a modern-day Adirondack anthem, and his recordings are regional best sellers. Roy's newest CD, Journey On, his 18th recording, shines bright with his soul and craft.
Taylor LaValley is originally from Nashville, Tennessee. Born to musicians, Taylor grew up with a love, passion, and gift for music. Taylor has become a well-known talent in the North Country and we're thrilled to have her opening at the Cabin Fever Concert!
A long time supporter of his beloved North Country, Roy is organizing the Cabin Fever Benefit Concert. Tickets are $10 each, or $15 at the door. Seating is limited.
100% off all proceeds will benefit the CCC Foundation's Student Emergency Fund. The fund exists to ensure student success in the face of adversity and is used each semester to help students stay in school when unexpected barriers arise.
Online tickets sales are no longer available for this event. Tickets purchased at the door can be paid for with cash or check.
To learn more about Roy Hurd, sign up for his newsletter, or view a schedule of his future shows, click here to visit his website