The Hit Men - 12:00 PM

The Ghost Riders 2:55 PM

Agonal Rhythm 4:30 PM

Knock it Off 6:05 PM

Pulsate 7:40 PM



"Waterloo Remembers"
May 27-30, 2011

143rd Consecutive
Memorial Day Observance

May 30, 2009


Jim Clare 12:00 PM

Jerry Irwin's County Line 1:20 PM

Dave McGrath 2:45 PM

Soul Traders 4:15 PM




The Hit Men

Saturday May 27th
12:00 - 12:30 PM

The Hit Men are a group of good fellas who come together from all parts of the New York area. They provide a performance that combines both the musical and the theatrical. Their show stopping demeanor means they provide the best entertainment around. Look around the site, and if you see what you like get a hold of us. If not then we’ll take care of yah.


The Ghost Riders

Saturday May 27th
2:55 PM

Ghost Riders

Capturing a broad range of music, featuring Ghost Riders originals from their three contemporary album releases

Bill McDonald - acoustic guitar, harmonica. Shared the stage with, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Jerry Jeff Walker, Asleep at the Wheel, Allman Brothers and many more. Member: National Assoc. of Songwriters and Taxi.

Bill Pitcher - bass guitar. Shared the stage with Chubby Checker, Dr. Hook and his Medicine Show, Rhonda Vincent, Allison Krause and Union Station. Member: National Assoc. of Songwriters.

Jimmy Sweet - electric guitar. Shared the stage with Dan Seals, Asleep at the Wheel, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Lonestar, John Michael Montgomery, Lee Greenwood, Gary Puckett, Lee Ann Womack, Junior Brown, Leroy Parnell.

Jimmy Duvall - pedal steel guitar, dobro. Shared the stage with, Charlie Daniels, Eddie Rabbitt, Ricky Skaggs, Randy Travis, and many more. Member: International Pedal Steel Guitar Association.

Bob Norton - drums/ Has shared the stage with, Tracy Byrd, Ricky Van Shelton, and is an old "high school friend" with fellow drummer John Dittrich of Restless Heart


Agonal Rhythm

The Finger Lakes'
Funnest Party Band!

Come party with "The Doctors" as we entertain you with our unique style of classic rock and roll, disco and rhythm and blues.

Specializing in happy hours, private parties and festivals, Agonal Rhythm is sure to keep you and your guests dancing, laughing and having a great time!

Saturday May 27th
4:30 PM


Agonal Rhythm is:
Rita Venuti, Michael Collins,
John Sullivan, Ted Mitchell,
Bryan Flood and Ralph Sinicropi.


"Knock it Off"

Featuring Joe & Sarah Mull
Saturday May 27th
6:05 PM

Joe & Sarah




Saturday May 27th
7:40 PM









Jim Clare


Sunday May 28th
12:00 PM

I arrived at college and promptly fell victim to the "folk scare" as the trend was dubbed by Pete Seeger and other elder statesmen of the genre. But hey, the Kingston Trio looked really cool, sporting their striped shirts with topsiders. And co-edly Joan Baez in faded jeans, man's white shirt, and her impossibly clear soprano, was irresistible. Then of course Mary and the other two guys...oh yeah, and what about Ian and Sylvia, and Tom Rush, and The Journeymen and some scruffy dude named Bobby Dylan...well anyway you get the drift. I was hopelessly hooked on folk music, and I still am, in 2011.


Jerry Irwin's County Line

Sunday May 28th
1:20 PM

“Seasoned” 6 piece country music group, specializing in the traditional country sounds from the 60’s to the 90’s, yet versatile enough to include some old time rock & roll, a little southern rock, and even an old standard tune or two.

Group consists of; Jerry Irwin – Lead singer & rhythm guitar, Rexine Farley & Bev Owens - female vocalists and bass guitar, John Farley – Lead electric guitar, Bob Cleveland – Drums, and Dave Behelfer – Pedal steel guitar.


Dave McGrath

Sunday May 28th
2:45 PM

Dave McGrath has been recording and performing for over 20 years. His self-titled debut CD was released in 2005 and more recently, "Songs of The Road", in 2008. Dave is currently working on his third CD, an acoustic banquet of old and new originals, along with a few obscure covers.

He performs several nights a week at clubs, colleges, festivals and private events. In addition to his dynamic originals, Dave demonstrates his vast range of covers ranging from rock, to pop and country. He expertly performs songs from artists such as John Mayer, Tom Petty, and Jason Mraz. He can also rock the house with favorites by The Eagles, Eric Clapton, Bob Segar, and The Rolling Stones. Dave also has a country streak, with songs by Keith Urban, Little Big Town, and Brad Paisley.

Soul Traders

Sunday May 28th

 Ralph Coleman - bass & vocals
Bill Harsma - guitar & vocals
Ross Moe – drums
Chris Sawyer - sax & vocals
Jim Sorendo - trumpet & vocals

Local saxophonist chris sawyer (the kingpins, the ron spencer band) and bassist ralph coleman (the tarzan bros., the shakedown blues band) had known and respected one another for years and, although they had jammed and played pick-up gigs with other bands several times, they had never played together as members of the same band. But in early 2008, the opportunity for sawyer and coleman to form a band presented itself, the ìstars moved into alignment,î and, along with their friends, drummer ross moe (the kingpins, the ron spencer band) and guitarist bill harsma (the tarzan bros.), they formed the soul traders. Ìwe knew we wanted to play together with bill and ross,î says sawyer. Ìbut we didn't have any definite idea at first about what type of material we wanted to perform. When we discussed the details, we found we all shared a love of soul music and, more particularly, memphis style soul and r&b, like the old stax and volt stuff. We got together and threw out some tunes to try, and it just came together right away and we went with it.î the band was completed when a mutual friend introduced them to trumpet player jim sorendo (private eye). Sawyer says ìthings clicked immediately the first time jim and i got together to work out horn parts for the tunes. He's a great player and even more important, a great guy. He fit right in with the rest of the band.î ìwhat's different and interesting about the soul traders is that you don't usually see a band of our size doing this type of material,î says coleman. Ìmost soul bands are larger, often with a bigger horn section, two guitars, keyboards, and sometimes backup vocalists. We weren't sure if we could keep the band a five-piece and make it work, but it does. We're just careful about arranging the music to fit our instrumentation.î ìthe relatively small size of the band is more practical, too,î coleman continues. Ìthere aren't as many clubs anymore that feature live music, that have stage room for a big band. With a five piece lineup, we can play in smaller venues and keep it economical for everyone.î harsma, sawyer and coleman all perform lead vocals, and sorendo sings backup. Ìour material is a mix between the fairly well-known stuff, like ìsoul man,î and other material that perhaps isn't as well known,î says sawyer. Ìwe also change it up with more recent material that's stylistically similar to the classic stax tunes. All of it is great dance music, and it's musically interesting for the band members. We're just having a blast with this!