Catch Adirondack Band nubble this Summer in the North Country

Saranac Lake-based band nubble is set to tour around the North Country this summer, bringing their Adirondack-themed folk music with them. Their imagery and subject matter are all distinct to the Adirondacks, featuring local references and atmospheric sound.


nubble was formed about a year ago by Gene Baritot (vocals, guitar, keyboard), Edek Falkowski (fiddle, banjo, vocals), Christian Eggleston (bass, vocals), and Chris Radey (drums, vocals). nubble’s tour will offer an excellent opportunity to support local musicians while enjoying their unique sound.

Their experiences living in the Adirondacks come through in their songwriting. nubble expressed the excitement about sharing their love if the region with others, saying “we have the chance to share our songs which have been entirely inspired by the beauty of the area that we live.”

One of the band’s tracks, “Ghosts,” is about the haunted cure cottage one band member lived in. The tuberculosis cottage in Saranac Lake was featured on Animal Planet’s “The Haunted,” while another track, “Buzz Away, Black Fly”, is about the bug of certain local renown.

nubble expressed their gratitude for the ability to “express [themselves] in [their] small mountain communities”. nubble’s goal is to “share what feels good”, and they hope the ADK feels the same way. Their album, Live at Riverside Park, is available on Bandcamp, and tour dates are available below.

Wednesday, July 3 @ Riverside Park in Saranac Lake, NY – 7 pm

Thursday, July 4 @ Mids Park in Lake Placid, NY – 1 pm

Tuesday, August 30 @ Hotel Saranac in Saranac Lake, NY – 8 pm

Thursday, September 12 @ South Acres Park in Plattsburgh, NY- 4:30 pm

Saturday, September 21 @ Ausable Brewing in Keeseville, NY – 12:30 pm

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