It was one heckuva week for country shows in Upstate, New York. Did you go to all three shows? See artist and fan pics from Saturday night below
It started on Thursday night with Morgan Wallen at SPAC, then Parmalee at Frog Alley on Friday, and on Saturday night we had another successful and fun GNA "Concert on the Course" at the spectacular natural setting of Pinehaven Country Club in Guilderland. It was our second year in a row where we were lucky enough to have Michael Ray as the headliner, while Maddie and Tae opened up the show.
Were you at GNA's Concert on the Course Saturday with Michael Ray and Maddie and Tae?
If so, relive some of the highlights with a gallery of fan and artist pics provided by Claude Sawyer Photographer - he's simply the best in the game.
GNA Hotshots: Concert on the Course w/ Michael Ray
$2.9 Million Saratoga Mansion Has Soundproof Room For Rock Band Rehearsal
This stunning mansion is just minutes from Saratoga Lake and overlooks Lake Lonely. The balcony and windows lead to gorgeous sunset views. The backyard is an oasis with a heated saltwater pool, hot tub, and sunken firepit. There is beautiful marble throughout starting with the spacious foyer. The kitchen features a waterfall marble island and a built-in coffee bar. The finished basement is huge with a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace in the center of one of the rooms. There is plenty of fun including a workout space. The coolest part of the basement is a soundproof room for a full rock band to rehearse in!
Steeped in Baseball History a $3.6 Million 'Field of Dreams' Being Built in Gloversville
The Parkhurst Field opened in 1906 and was home to the New York State League's J.A.G.'s (Johnstown-Amsterdam-Gloversville) minor league affiliate of the Brooklyn Superbas. One of the central characters in the 1989 movie "Field of Dreams" was "Moonlight Doc Graham". He played on this field in 1907. He was a baseball player and a doctor with hopes to play in the big leagues. The Parkhurst Field has been home to Guilderland Little League and has just begun a major transformation. The $3.6 million project will be completed by 2023 transforming it into a destination for travel little league teams and honoring its rich baseball history. Check out the renderings of what the complex will look like. It's amazing.