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Sons of Octomom is mountain surf music from the heart of the Adirondacks. Hailing from Newcomb, father-son duo Eric Peter on lead guitar and vocals, right, performs with Tyler Peter on drums. (Photo submitted)

Fade to Blues features Brian Ready, Andrew Lynch, Dave Fisher, Skip Smaldone and Long Lake native Jay Lamica. It promises original, house-rocking blues in the tradition of the great Texas blues men Stevie Ray, Albert Collins, Albert King, T Bone Walker, and Johnny Winter. This summer the band has performed in Lake Placid, Wanakena, Tupper Lake, and at the I Love BBQ Festival in Lake Placid. (Photo submitted)

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Rock out Saturday at RondeauFest

Saturday, August 09, 2014 - Updated: 8:53 AM

LONG LAKE -- The Town of Long Lake announces the line-up for the 3rd Annual RondeauFest Summer Music Event.

It will be Saturday, Aug. 16, from 4-10 p.m. rain or shine at the Mt. Sabattis Pavilion here. The entrance is at 1100 Deerland Rd.

The roster of acts includes Alex Smith and the Mountain Sound, Terry Chaiken, Fade to Blues, Dogtown Cadillac and the Sons of Octomom. These regional Adirondack musicians will showcase a variety of music including rock, blues, country, mountain surf and folk.

Tickets are $10 each (cash only) with those under age 18 admitted free. No glass bottles are allowed.

Local food vendors will be on site selling and serving dinner. Look for the Cybercreek Café and The Cellar Restaurant and Pub to serve up a variety of festival favorites including pulled pork, sausage and peppers and more.

Fun activities will include tie-dying shirts, corn hole, ladder ball and more.

The Long Lake Little Bus will run shuttle service from 3:45 p.m. until the show is over. Call (518) 323-5000 for a ride.

THE LINE-UP

-- 4 p.m., Alex Smith and the Mountain Sound, Adirondack singer - songwriter.

-- 5 p.m., Terry Chaiken, solo female artist, originals and covers.

-- 6 p.m., Fade to Blues, rich, rocking blues sound.

-- 7:15 p.m., Dogtown Cadillac, country rock with Jennifer Raymond.

-- 8:15 p.m., Sons of Octomom, featuring Eric Peter, mountain surf.

All times are subject to change without notice. For more information go to mylonglake.com.

THE GROUPS

Jennifer Raymond, formerly of Decadence, is the lead singer and bandleader of Dogtown Cadillac. She calls Schroon Lake her hometown and country music her first love. Dogtown Cadillac features Tim Howe, Dickie Ogden and Archie Anderson from the South Glens Falls and Albany areas. Dogtown Cadillac will perform mostly originals written by Raymond. Jennifer has performed and shared the stage with Shooter Jennings and Drew Baldridge and has opened for Chase Rice. She can be heard on Decadence’s album, “Love Loud,” which has received local, national and international airplay; and she will be a featured vocalist on the upcoming album from Last Daze produced by Shooter Jennings. Dogtown Cadillac was most recently seen at Waynestock in North Creek.

Sons of Octomom is mountain surf music from the heart of the Adirondacks. Hailing from Newcomb, father-son duo Eric Peter on lead guitar and vocals performs with Tyler Peter. Eric  Peter was discovered at age 17 by a talent agent working with Nashville recording artist Mirinda (now known as Mirinda James). The Northeast Country Music Association nominated him for male vocalist of the year in 1987. He has played with the Hagar Brothers from Hee-Haw, Ray Peterson, Troy Shondell of the Shondells, Castle, White Horse, Uncle Wiggly and the Nightcrawlers and Live Bait. Most recently Eric has been performing throughout upstate New York as a solo artist and playing with Rocky and the Mooseknuckles, the Dark Marbles and The Sons of Octomom. Tyler Peter is the “Typhoon” drummer for Sons of Octomom. Tyler sings and plays guitar, xylophone, and piano.

Fade to Blues features Brian Ready, Andrew Lynch, Dave Fisher, Skip Smaldone and Long Lake native Jay Lamica. They promise original, house-rocking blues in the tradition of the great Texas blues men Stevie Ray, Albert Collins, Albert King, T Bone Walker, and Johnny Winter. This summer the band has performed in Lake Placid, Wanakena, Tupper Lake, and at the I Love BBQ Festival in Lake Placid. They expect to release a CD, “Born with the Blues,” very soon.

Alex Smith and the Mountain Sound. This summer Smith has been touring the country performing in Washington, D.C., Chicago, Fort Collins, Colo., and Asheville, N.C. Alex recently signed with Wepecket Island Records for his third album, “Hamilton County.”

Terry Chaiken is a solo female artist who has been hosting Open Mic Night at the Adirondack Hotel since 2013. Terry has mastered her own unique sound as a solo female artist and is a popular favorite in Long Lake.

     

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