We’re thrilled to announce that our Howlin’ at the Moon concert series returns to The Barn at Mabee Farm this summer! We’re back with a bang, and our hosts Everest Rising are bringing you an incredible lineup of regional musicians playing the best of Americana and more.
Join us throughout the summer for five nights of foot-stomping tunes, soulful melodies, and electrifying performances. The Barn at Mabee Farm provides the perfect rustic setting for an unforgettable live music experience, with its cozy atmosphere, historic charm, and breathtaking views.
Our talented lineup of musicians will captivate you with their raw talent, powerful vocals, and passionate performances. From folk to bluegrass, country to rock, our musicians will take you on a musical journey that spans genres and generations. Get ready to sing along to your favorite tunes, tap your feet to the rhythm, and immerse yourself in the rich sounds of Americana music.
Mark your calendar so you don’t miss out on these incredible nights of live music and good vibes. Whether you’re a seasoned Americana music enthusiast or just looking for a summer night out, Howlin’ at the Moon at The Barn at Mabee Farm is the place to be!
Howlin’ at the Moon is generously supported by Price Chopper’s Golub Foundation.
We are beyond thrilled to feature Sara Milonovich & Daisycutter, winners of the 2022 Americana Artist of the Year in the Capital Region’s prestigious Thomas Edison Music Awards (“The Eddie’s”).
Sara Milonovich has been a professional musician for 25+ years, both as a solo performer and in collaboration with other artists – ranging from folk, bluegrass, country, rock, and celtic music to symphony orchestra – performing in a wide variety of settings from barn dances to Broadway, and even touring Eastern Europe as a State Department musical ambassador. Sara Milonovich & Daisycutter’s most recent album Northeast is a heady harvest of heart-stopping original roots rock and alt-Americana gems, most of them written by Sara. Spun here are rustic yarns about the realities of rural life, haunting tales of heartbroken heroines, and durable, highway-bound, leave-it-all-behind road songs. Atmospheric, powerful pieces with words that paint poignant, personal scenes — and melodies that linger long after the last listen. As an interpreter Sara is a singular force as well, weaving her own experiences and artistic voice through the threads of well-chosen, lived-in covers.
Admission is $10 at the door. Beer and wine available. Cash only.