Thank you to the 2016 Sponsors!

Major Sponsors

The Carmen Caramanica Jazz Trio features the astonishing Carmen Caramanica on guitar, Rick Compton on drums, and Cos Castellano on bass.  For more than 30 years these guys have captivated local jazz audiences with their full-throttle, one-of-a-kind sound.
Soulshine - acoustic pop duo
Jay Schnitt - Singer-songwriter at Musician and Art Preparator at Wellin Museum of Art at Hamilton College
Semi-finalist on NBC’s The Voice – Ryan Quinn
The Rattlin’ Bog is best known for a rousing Irish repertoire, showcasing rich harmonies, adept instrumentation, and quick humor, and highlighting a delightful range of musical styles from tunes of Celtic origin, to folk songs, to old time Gospel.
Darryl Rahn has a lot to say. At just 21, he has released 2 LP's, 2 EP's, 4 singles, and has toured extensively along the eastern US. Born and raised in Utica, NY, he fell in love with the craft of songwriting after buying The Avett Brothers' Second Gleam EP on a whim. Ever since, he has been churning out insightful folk tunes and doing everything he can to get them heard. His distinct tenor voice, narrative-rich lyrics, and virtuosic guitar lines have earned him spots on the same bill as national acts such as Guster, Wild Child, and Larry Burnett. He is currently on tour to support his latest EP, Waiting For The Clouds. 
Puttin' On the Ritz is a risk-taking 9-piece band, led by the fabulous vocals of Ann Carey and Mark Sisti, playing everything danceable from Benny Goodman to Steely Dan, Lena Horne to Bonnie Raitt, Ray Charles to Rickie Lee Jones, Motown to Kalamazoo.  For over three decades this band has had enough fun on stage to start the party off before anyone else arrives, but then happily spreads their weird brand of fun like a contagion.
Plainfellow - Through many years of performing in various bands and acoustic projects, it's not a surprise that local musicians Aaron Cidzik (guitar/vocals) and Mike Hartnett (guitar/vocals) have joined forces to form the acoustic power duo known as Plainfellow.
The Mark Bolos Band - Contemporary Christian/Remix of Popular Rock songs
Vada March - Vada March is a versatile singer-songwriter from a small town in Upstate New York. Throughout the years, she has performed (both solo and in full bands) in many venues for crowds of all ages, as well as competed in numerous singing/talent competitions around NY.
Lorijo Manley's songs are jettisoned by her unequivocal status as a premier American guitarist. NY’s OutWords magazine started that buzz: "She makes magic through her music... channeling Jimi Hendrix through her fingers... spectacular." When asked about the recurrent Hendrix comparisons, she gives a humble shrug and says, “It’s the kinetic relationship we share with the guitar in live performance.“

 


Vocalist Ronnie Leigh has been impressing audiences for years from Syracuse to Seattle, and from New York City to Istanbul.  This five-time SAMMY (Syracuse Area Music Award) winner has shared the stage with Pat Metheny, The Yellowjackets, David Benoit, Special EFX, Spyro Gyra, David Sanborn, Tom Scott, Etta Jones and Jon Hendricks, as well as the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra.  Though primarily a jazz interpreter, he also fronts his own band, Prime Time Funk.
Kappa is a local progressive jazz featuring Scottie Madonia, Harry Lumb, Richard Bostick, and Joe Karwacki. 
Rocky Graziano - Upstate NY based singer/songwriter, guitarist/bassist and independent film actor.
Cosby Gibson and Tom Staudle are songwriters and singers, and have been performing for seven years in hundreds of events. Together they play acoustic and blues-style originals and favorites with a variety of instruments such as guitar, violin, banjo, harmonica, and ukelele.
Playing everything from modern-style polka to country to rock and even blues, Fritz’s Polka Band performs an eclectic mix of musical styles! Fritz's Polka Band is NOT an oompa pa band or the stereotypical "polka" band. In fact, FPB is known for breaking the stereotype regarding "polka" music. In 2010, FPB was inducted into the Syracuse Area Music Hall of Fame!
FOUNDATION is an 8-piece Southern gospel band from Syracuse that reminds us where real "soul" music started out.
Elevator – classic 60’s and 70’s rock
Carobh Dugan - Traditional Irish music ensemble
Chert and the Artifacts - a band of academics and musical enthusiasts who play because they love music.

 


Adi Shakti Bellydance Troupe - a Fusion of World Dance and American Tribal Style Bellydance

Nick Piccininni and Jay Barady - As an acoustic duo, the sky is the limit for Nick & Jay. Covering everything including old fiddle tunes, bluegrass, classic rock, country, jazz and artists such as Mumford & Sons, Keith Urban, Michael Jackson, John Denver, Jimmy Cliff, Pure Prairie League and countless others, there is always something for everyone.  

Whether they're at festivals, bars, restaurants or the porch of an Inn, this duo always brings the dynamics and power of a full band. Always listening to what the other is playing, the same songs take on new life every time. Anyone who has seen these two play can tell you why it works and the reason is simple...

J. Schnitt - Singer-songwriter 

 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Described as 5 jazz hepcats trapped in the body of a bluegrass band, the Dharma Bums String Band truly believes “it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing”. 

 


 


Becca and the Tall Boys are a groove-intensive, acoustic celebration of all things rock, blues, Motown and country: signature takes on beloved classics, and soul-stirring originals. Brian Shafer on acoustic guitar, and Todd Russell on percussion provide a funky musical jungle gym that vocalist Becca Frame can have fun swinging around in.

 


2016 Musicians

Art & Music Festival - Saturday, August 27, 2016 

Celebrate the end of summer with us in a central New York village pretty enough to be on your calendar.  Plan to make the trip to Clinton, New York on Saturday, August 27, 2016 for a full day of exceptional live music, impressive artist wares and demonstrations, kids' activities, and a wide variety of interesting and healthy food selections.  The Clinton Art & Music Festival offers one of the most impressive and varied musical line-ups of any Upstate music festival, featuring over 20 musical acts -- from solo acoustic to 10-piece swing, Gypsy to Gospel, Irish to Oompah, jazz to Americana.  Stages feature notable guests from all over the Northeast -- and its all FREE!  But there's so much more....  musical petting zoo, art tent, and clay activities.  Everything gets underway mid-morning and goes on until dusk.  Join several thousand of your closest friends for a day that you will remember long after summer fades.

Free admission to live music sites!

Artist Regsitration

All artist must submit a signed registration form and three (3) images to be considered for the 2016 Clinton Art & Music Festival.

Food Vendors

All food vendors must submit a signed registration form to be considered for the 2016 Clinton Art & Music Festival.


Become a Sponsor of the 2016 Clinton Art and Music Festival

Click here to download the Sponsor Packet.


Band Sponsors

Children's Tent Sponsors


Contact Us

Please call contact Crystal Maury, event chair at signature81@gmail.com or 315-269-7799 with any questions.  This is a Clinton Chamber of Commerce event.  Please contact the Chamber at 315-853-1735 or info@clintonnychamber.org


2016 Music Schedule

11:00 am
Rocky Graziano (8 Fresh)

12:00 pm
Nick Piccinini and Jay Barady (Alexander Hamilton Institute)
Mark Bolos Band (Stone Presbyterian Church)
Acoustic Duo, Cosby Gibson and Tom Staudle (Tom’s Natural Foods)

1:00 pm
Chert & the Artifacts (8 Fresh)
Special Guest, Semi-finalist on NBC’s The Voice – Ryan Quinn (Gazebo)
The Dharma Bums String Band (NBT Bank)

1:30 pm
Carobh Dugan (Kirkland Art Center)
Singer/Songwriter David Smith (Tom’s Natural Foods)

2:00 pm
Elevator – classic 60’s and 70’s rock (Across the Row Bistro)
Becca and the Tall Boys (Alexander Hamilton Institute)
Kappa (Stone Presbyterian Church)

2:30 pm
Vada March (8 Fresh)
Internationally acclaimed jazz vocalist Ronnie Leigh (NBT Bank)
Singer/ songwriter, J. Schnitt (The Village Tavern)

3:00 pm
The soulful, gospel sounds of Foundation (Gazebo)
Singer/ Songwriter Kayla Marie McMahon (Tom’s Natural Foods)

3:30 pm
The Rattlin’ Bog (Kirkland Art Center)

4:00 pm
Lorijo Manley (8 Fresh)
The Carmen Caramanica Jazz Trio (Across the Row Bistro)
Fritz’s Polka Band (Alexander Hamilton Institute)
Soulshine (Stone Presbyterian Church)

4:30 pm
Singer/Songwriter Darryl Rahn (Tom’s Natural Foods)
The Stan Premo Project (The Village Tavern)

5:00 pm
Puttin’ On the Ritz (Gazebo)
Adi Shakti Bellydance Troupe (Kirkland Art Center)

5:30 pm
Plainfellow (8 Fresh)

6:30 pm
MoJoTo (Alexander Hamilton Institute)

8:45 pm
TnT (Alexander Hamilton Institute)

10:00 pm
37 Watts (The Village Tavern)

Music Venues
8 Fresh
8 College Street

8 East Park Row

21 West Park Row

Gazebo
Clinton Village Green

9 1/2 East Park Row

1 Kirkland Avenue

8 South Park Row

16 College Street

The Village Tavern
14 College Street

 


MoJoTo - Monk Rowe, John Hutson and Tom McGrath

TnT - Tom and Tommy

2016 Vendors

 


 


As the Crow Flies
607-988-7764
Candles, pet soaps, lotions and folk art dolls
rhonda@oecblue.com
www.facebook.com/As-The-Crow-Flies-114027475339248

Art Expressions
315-865-7444
Acrylic
Lettgwendolyn@gmail.com 

B & B Burnables
315-486-4568
Candles, votive candles, potpourri oils, perfumed body oils, incense sticks and cones in a wide array of scents
bpainter@twcny.rr.com
www.facebook.com/bbburnables

BeJeweled
315-723-3949
Jewelry - Sterling, Swarovski & Semiprecious Stones
jewelrybybejeweled@gmail.com
www.instagram.com/jewelry_by_bejeweled

Bella's Crepes
315-723-4078
crepes
gabriellerippey@gmail.com

315-735-7865
Oils, Watercolors
greer0928@aol.com
www.bobgreerart.com

315-206-4167
Yarn, hand knit & crochet items
lcarterwutr@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/BoLinsGifts

bonseye design
315-868-9211
Women's fashion accessories- infinity and beaded fashion scarves, sweater knit cowls, handkerchief hem ponchos, faux fur scarves
bonseyedesign@gmail.com

Brookfield Artisans

315-982-0120
Hand-crafted chainmaille and chain jewelry in stainless steel and sterling silver
camuloschains@gmail.com
www.camuloschains.com

315-272-5533
paper/quilling, card making/gift boxes
catsintheatticcards@gmail.com

607-765-3060 
blown glass 
info@chrissylapham.com 

315-557-6687
abchouse@hamilton.edu
abetterchanceclintonmv.org

clintonhistoricalsociety1@gmail.com

Clinton Varsity Hockey

Come Fry with Me
315-292-0058
French fries, Philly cheesesteaks, sausage, peppers & onions, Rochester "garbage" plates, Rome plate, hot dogs, hamburgers
rcolang40@aol.com
www.comefrywithmerome.com

Sherrill, NY - 315-967-3336
Freshly made gelatos and sorbets of varying flavors.
Info@thecremeria.com
www.thecremeria.com
www.facebook.com/thecremeria

315-275-3034
Uncycled Fashion
cbcreativeoutlet@aol.com
www.colleenscreative.com

315-427-8440
handcrafted gemstone fewelry
crescentmoonstudios@gmail.com

Cross River Kettle Corn
315-368-3703
Old Fashion Kettle Corn & Lemonade

Dave's Art Den
607-437-1553
Oil painting
dave@davesartden.com
davesartden.com
www.facebook.com/davesartden

Elements By Jacquelyn
315-525-2801
Lampwork, glass painting
elements_of_the_adirondacks@yahoo.com
www.elementsbyjacquelyn.com
www.facebook.com/ElementsByJacquelyn

315-942-4421
wood carving
ferrisstudios@yahoo.com

315-271-6822
stacey.borst@yahoo.com

Garden Mentor
315-737-9470
Hypertufa - live plants - gourd birdhouses
hyperjanice@yahoo.com
www.facebook.com/HyperJanice

315-335-9635
natural artesinal products
goatchardfarms@aol.com

Grandma & Grandpa's Kettle Corn & Lemon Blizzard's Affair
315-380-6122
Kettle corn, lemonade and waffles with fruit & ice cream
rbobandanna@aol.com

Grogg Pottery
315-598-1230
Hand-crafted Pottery
GroggPotz@Gmail.com

Gypsy Girl Pizza
Sherrill, NY - 315-751-9247
On-site wood fired pizza
gourmetgypsygirl@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/GGirlWoodFiredPizzaEventsCatering

Gyros Express
315-725-1579
gyros, grape leaves, salad, pies, wraps 

Handmade Darling 
845-416-1593
Paper goods, event accessories 
HandmadeDarling@gmail.com

Happynomadtiedye@gmail.com

315-794-1122
handmade rustic wine racks
hayesandmorgan@gmail.com

Stephanie Hecker 
315-292-2738
acrylic paint on canvas; pen and ink 
stephiehecker@aol.com 

315-520-5295
digital, mixed medium, drawing (custom canvas photo digital mural art)
intentionegrity@gmail.com

Jamarions 
315-271-7486
Marinated chicken sandwich, sausague pepper and onion sandwich, french fries, soda, water and ice cream
kdvred26@gmail.com 

Jewel Of Denile
315-724-1297
Jewelry, sock animals, hobby horses, tote bags & hair accessories
sew_what13501@yahoo.com
www.jewelofdenile.com
www.facebook.com/Jewel-of-Denile-193604548926

315-427-7012
Rustic Elegant Jewelry with a nature inspired theme 
judyswayzedesigns@yahoo.com 

315-790-0969
lemonade & nacho's
karakeeley1@gmail.com

315-480-3211
Handmade Bath & Body, Soy blended candles 
KT1140@Gmail.com

315-853-8871
Assorted Demonstrations 
Director@kacny.org

Patrick Knapp
315-941-6071
Watercolor paintings and Pen & Ink Drawing
stridsman@aol.com

Lady Sew and So On
315-437-7992
Fabric
mnydam@earthlink.net

315-750-5022
pottery and bone carving
lggcreativeart@gmail.com

Mean Dawg's Mustard
315-855-4373
Sweet specialty mustard
meandawgsmustard@hotmail.com
meandawgsmustard.com

315-826-5522
painting/drawing
penartist@midairstudio.com

Mr. Nutty
315-345-7437
roasted nuts and baked goods
myrtlescookies@gmail.com

The Mustard Seed
315-868-4816
Herbal dips, body and home keeping products 
mseedlittlefalls@yahoo.com

Mystical Manifestations 
315-327-5047
Jewlery, leather, crystals 
Carlysfire@yahoo.com 

Nana's Clothesline
607-341-0435
Handmade all cotton fabric-covered clothesline baskets and bowls of all sizes
nrmc716@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/nanasbaskets

Natural Solutions by Heather
315-534-0322
Handcrafted Artisan soaps, facial bars, and a spa line
nsbyheather@yahoo.com
www.facebook.com/NaturalSolutionsByHeather

207-749-6263
Jewelry 
doug@newenglandtwists.com 

315-886-1028
crochet hats & scarves
itsrebec@gmail.com

Original Soaps Enterprises
315-797-5967
glycerin soaps & bath beauty products
orginalsoaps@gmail.com
www.facebook.com/Original-Soaps-Enterprises-115140541947249

Plank Road Gallery
315-430-9573
Painting and printmaking
jdiffin@msn.com

Promise Land BBQ
315-894-0239
BBQ
pldfarm@aol.com

Sandra Reilly - Author - The Wish Fairy Children's Book Series
315-542-9208
Children's boos and handmade accessories
sandradec1405@gmail.com

Secret Lentil Clothing
315-289-8435
Handmade upcycled clothing
helen@secretlentil.com
www.secretlentil.com
www.facebook.com/Secret.Lentil.Clothing

Serena's
315-864-1546
Jewelry made with Czech glass, Swarovski crystals & gemstones
shanra734@gmail.com

413-298-3759
Bamboo/musical instruments
info@serenitybambooflutes.com

315-725-0547
maple products and cotton candy 
info@shawsmapleproducts.com 

315-542-8954
Hand-crafted Olive Oil Soap/Lotions, Hand-crafted wooden soap decks 
jmrw23@gmail.com 

SJ Lefko Photography
786-837-3338
Photography – matted, framed & notecards
Sjlefkophotography@yahoo.com
www.sjlefkophotography.com
www.facebook.com/SJ-Lefko-Photography-698372050267635

Snoop Dog's
315-897-2361
Hamburgers, hotdogs, steak sandwiches and drinks
ee.northside.fitness@gmail.com

SterlingWorks by Jody
315-894-3345
Sterling silver jewelry, some gold filled
jody525@verizon.net

Stone Presbyterian Church 
315-853-2933
Stonepres@verizon.net

Sonoka County 
516-510-1184
Mixed Media Collage 
Sonoka@SonokaCounty.com 

Susan's Silks 
315-864-1994
Silk Scarves, Silk Painting Demo, Silkware Promotion 
smsilk2@gmail.com

Susie's Soft Touch
315-725-8216
Susiessofttouch@RoadRunner.com

Sweet Escape Chocolate Lounge
315-765-6084
artisan chocolates
kelley@cnyoccasions.com

Thai Ice
845-709-1544
Thai ice cream rolls 
nawaphons@gmail.com 

Tim Carey Photography 
315-404-2793
Photography 
TCAREY6@RoadRunner.com 

Two Fraus Gnau 
315-730-8446
mixed media - stones/pebbles, lakeglass 
2FrausGnau@hotmail.com 

Teresa Van Etten and Virginia Keith
315-794-9262
Oil paintings, acrylic paintings, handmade paper, ceramic sculpture and portrait demonstrations
tvane27@hotmail.com

315-376-6303
fabric: blankets and clothing
joycewoodcock@frontier.com

864-313-8081

What the Fork?
315-591-5575
metal sculptures 
whattheforkbyzeebra@hotmail.com

The Wooden Pig
315-794-3956
Pen & Ink, watercolor & mixed media

photography

Zimmer's Bakes
315-329-4586
Baked goods
mizzbkr50@gmail.com

Parking

Limited parking available in the Village of Clinton. Alternative parking for the Clinton Art and Music Festival available at the Clinton Elementary School, Clinton Arena and Resurrection Assembly of God parking lots. Shuttles buses will be running from the lots to the Alexander Hamilton Institute from 11 am - 3 pm. Thank you to LutheranCare and Brookdale Clinton for generously donating the use of your shuttle buses and drivers. Thank you also to the Clinton Central School, Clinton Arena and Resurrection Assembly of God for allowing us to use your parking lots. We love a community that works together!