The Lucky Jukebox Brigade plans to visit the Waterhole on Thursday, June 12, as part of the legendary Saranac Lake venue’s Party on the Patio free Thursday evening outdoor concert series. The band, a seven-piece from Albany, recently had a successful showing at this year’s Albany Tulip Fest.
The band formed in October 2010 from what the band calls a “hopeful Craigslist ad.” Featuring a variety of horns, plus a bass, ukelele and two percussionists, the band, which bills itself as an indie cabaret band, has an old-school sound that invokes carnivals at times, and at others, ’50s swing, and is reminiscent of bands like Beirut, the Dresden Dolls, Gogol Bordello and Modest Mouse.
The Lucky Jukebox Brigade is now promoting its sophomore album, Familiar Fevers.
The Waterhole, at 48 Main St. in Saranac Lake, has a full slate of Thursday night bands set to play on its outdoor patio every Thursday night from 6 to 10 p.m. to get your summer weekends started. For more information about the summer season, find the Waterhole on Facebook or go to saranaclakewaterhole.com.