The Glove releases 2017 concert fundraiser series

GLOVERSVILLE — The following are events happening this year at The Glove:

∫ May 13: Night of Blues. There will be two bands at the Glove Performing Arts Center for the Night of Blues. The bands who will be playing will be Doc Orloff’s Blue Elixir and Rick Surrano.

There will be refreshments, as well as beer and wine will be available for sale. The event will be set in a club-like setting. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with the show at 7:30 p.m. Tickets available at the door for $12.

Call (518) 773-8255, Ext. 25, or visit www.glovetheatre.org for reservations.

∫ May 19: Bike Night at the Glove. The Glove Performing Arts Center will be shutting down Main Street in Gloversville and hosting its first Bike Night with Beatin’ the Odds, a southern rock band.

The opening act will be a special guest, SnowStorm.

In front of the theater will be D.J. Top Shelf.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m.

There will be refreshments, as well as beer and wine available for sale. The event will be set in a club-like setting. All activities will be starting at 5 p.m. with more to come.

Tickets are $10. Tickets for the show available at the door and reserve tickets by Call (518) 773-8255, Ext. 25, or visit www.glovetheatre.org for reservations.

∫ May 20: Glove Talent Show with Assorted Acts. The show will start at 7 p.m. Glove Performing Arts Center will be showcasing the best talent in the area. This will benefit the Save Our Stage fundraiser.

There will be four categories from 10 years old and older.

Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for students and seniors.

Tickets for the show are available at the door. Reserve tickets by calling (518) 773-8255, Ext. 25, or visiting www.glovetheatre.org.

∫ Sept. 16: Lustre Kings. Rockabilly guitarist Mark Gamsjager is the driving force behind the Lustre Kings, the band he formed in the mid ’90s to accompany his performances. Their debut album, 1997s Mark Gamsjager Rocks; Lustre Kings Roll, was popular in roots rock and rockabilly circles, giving Gamsjager the chance to perform with several of his contemporaries. The band continued to hire itself out to parties and weddings while working on new material, eventually surfacing in 2000 as Once a King, Always a King.

Come to the Glove and enjoy a night of ’50s music. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m.

The ticket price is $12, available at the door. Call (518) 773-8255, Ext. 25, or visit www.glovetheatre.org for reservations.

∫ Oct. 14: Maddhaus: 80’s rock the way it should be done! Big sound, big vocals, big lights, great musicians — combining the talents from some of the regions most talented bands, Max Violet and Skyler’s Dream Team, lead singer/guitarist Mike Hays, singer/guitarist Phil Skyler, drummer/singer Chris Delorme, and guitarist/singer, John Brady. A range of influences from Journey to The Cult, to today’s modern rock.

The doors open 6:30 p.m. and the show starts 7:30 p.m. There will be refreshments, as well as beer and wine will be available for sale. The event will be set in a club-like setting.

The ticket price is $12, available at the door. Call (518) 773-8255, Ext. 25, or visit www.glovetheatre.org for reservations.

By Patricia Older

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