Mountainside Music Series @ Wildcat: Jonathan Sarty BandAugust 30, 2014
The Jonathan Sarty Band - Originally from Maine, Jonathan has performed throughout the country. His style is a blend of classic American roots, country, and folk rock, often referred to as Americana. Jonathan has produced multiple projects and fronted several bands in many forms over the years. His voice is resonant and powerful with excellent pitch and an outstanding range. His style is all his own and his unique guitar arrangements lend themselves to the rock band format and the great players he has worked with.
The band behind Jonathan Sarty is as adroit and amorphous as the front-man himself. Jonathan's repertoire extends across the board from Americana, roots rock, and traditional folk to heavy handed classic rock and soulful R&B ballads, as well as his own original music. The network of talented and adaptable ringers who appear with Jonathan is considerable. Whatever the rhythm section or line up, the JSB, will be a show worthy of attending. Jonathan has been working with some of New England's very best pickup players since the original White Mountain Boys broke up in 2007, and has had continued success with both his new White Mountain Boys and the various incarnations of his aptly named Jonathan Sarty Band.
Admission is free to all dates in the Mountainside Music Series. Bands are scheduled to perform from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. In case of inclement weather, Wildcat Mountain will make the judgment call on the day of the event if it will be held outdoors on the stage or upstairs in the Wildcat Pub. We plan to never cancel entertainment. Stay tuned to our website, facebook and twitter pages for event details, or give us a call at 1-888-SKI-WILD to find out what's going on.
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