On Sunday, August 22, 2021 join local musicians Jamie Sutliff, Barry Gregson and Sue Grimm as the Cold River Revue

headlines a fundraiser showcase for the Sabattis Mountain Bike Trail project slated for construction in 2021. The music kicks off from 2pm – 5pm and guests are encouraged to bring their own food and drink and lawn chairs.  This show will happen rain or shine!
The Cold River Revue trio featuring Jaime Sutliff, Barry Gregson and Sue Grimm have been  playing music together throughout the Adirondacks for over 40 years. The set list will include folk, rock, blues and a few Irish jigs and reels and some Celtic dance. Enjoy original compositions featuring guitar, blues harp, hammer dulcimer and penny-whistle. There will be seven original songs including favorites Long Lake Waters and Blue Mountain Waltz.
Other artists performing will be recording artists Paul Roalsvig, locally known as Yod Crewsy, along with John Weyl.  John and Yod will be playing as a duo and have recently performed at P2’s in Tupper Lake, and the Adirondack Hotel as well as other area jam sessions. John and Yod play a collection of blues, rock and garage power pop.  Yods most recent 2-CD release ‘The Longings Of Paul Roalsvig’ will be available at the show.  John has recorded and released several albums with his band, Deep Blue and John has a deep passion for the blues and it shines through in this set.
Mike Nerney joins the Sabattis stage having performed for years in the Long Lake Open Mike scene, at the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts and most recently with his grandson Harrison Hall for ALCA-Seltzer Short series a fundraiser for the Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts.  Mike recently released a new CD entitled,  “The Train to Anywhere” and it is now available at CD Baby and at the show.
Sabattis Mountain Bike Trail construction will get underway this fall under the guidance of Steve Ovitt of Wilderness Property Management who is known locally for building Gurney Lane, Inlet Mountain Bike Trails at Fern Park and Mountain Bike Trails in North Creek. Phase one will see a build out of 2K of trails. Two loops, one rated “easy” and a second, intermediate trail will be stacked out from the trailhead up and down the mountainside. These trails will utilize the convenience of parking and restrooms of the Pavilion as a staging area and anchor for the trailhead.
Sustainable trail design will be the priority design for the trails, with ample drainage to ensure a long-term life for the trails. Riding features such as rollers and rock ride overs will be incorporated into the trail as will ride-arounds.  The proximity of Mt. Sabattis to the community makes it an ideal location for riders to enjoy the great outdoors and the local amenities when they are done riding.
Funds raised at this event will help purchase materials for bridges and signage.  Look for phase one of the trails to be ready to ride before the snow flies.