Alive at Five 2017 lineup

music duo Marian Hill

The duo Marian Hill is down for one of the shows in July.

Albany's Alive at Five series starts up its new season next Thursday. The Thursday night concerts are back at Jenning's Landing in Corning Riverfront Park after last summer's one-year relocation to Broadway in downtown Albany.

On with the lineup, including a sample clip for each headliner...

Shows start at 5 pm. The rain location is the Corning Preserve Boat Launch at Colonie and Water streets.


June 8: Karl Denson's Tiny Universe
With: Let's Be Leonard
Funk and jazz saxophonist.


June 15: Average White Band
With: Victory Soul Orchestra
70s soul.


June 22: Naughty By Nature
With: Paul Nice, DJ Trumastr, JB AKA Dirty Moses
Old-school hip hop.


June 29: The Outlaws
With: The Steppin Stones
Southern rock.


July 13: The Funky Meters
With: Wurliday
New Orleans funk.


July 20: Lindsay Ell
With: TBA
Country.


July 27: Marian Hill
With: TBA
Synth pop.


August 3: King Yellowman & The Sagittarius Band
With: Dr. Jah and the Love Prophets
Reggae.

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Earlier
+ At The Plaza 2017
+ Music Haven 2017 lineup
+ Brown's Summer Sessions 2017
+ Freedom Park 2017 concert series lineup
+ Made in the Shade 2017
+ Rockin' on the River 2017
+ Blues Traveler at Schenectady County SummerNight 2017
+ Upbeat on the Roof 2017

photo: Miller Mobley

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