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Concerts at the Stable

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SLC Arts announces Songs at the Stables, a new and exciting concert series this Fall at Windy Point Stables, 215 Sissonville Rd. in Potsdam. Through the months of October and November join us for live music as we restart community arts with in-person live entertainment.

All concerts are free and open to the public. We hope to hold the events outside at the new amphitheater at the Stables, but we will bring the concerts inside in case of cold or inclement weather.

Windy Point Stables will have a cash bar available, and we will host the following food vendors: Rapidz for the Thursday events, and Foster the Plant Cafe and Gideon’s Galley for all of the Saturday events. We require all concert goers to practice social distancing in the stables and wear a mask when in close proximity to others outside of your party. We urge all attendees receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Fort Drum singer flooded with gigs after night he sang while at bar with friends

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WATERTOWN — Sgt. Jacob Ploch, a 25-year-old singer, songwriter and Fort Drum soldier, has been busy since the day he started to sing while hanging out with friends at a local bar. Mr. Ploch hadn’t done a gig since before the COVID-19 pandemic, but since he was at Spokes on Public Square in July, when the owner offered him a gig after he sang at the table where he was drinking beer with friends, he’s done around 25.

Bars and event centers began reaching out to him almost directly after the public took notice. He’s now playing every Thursday at Spokes through September. Old McDonald’s Farm reached out to him to play a few gigs, Hall Pass Tavern in Carthage gave him a shout to do a gig, and he took second place at the 10th Mountain’s Got Talent. He’s now at the point where he did eight gigs in 10 days, which has proven somewhat exhausting as he’s also an active duty medic.

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