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By Douglas Sciorra

Hunt Country Live Music: Thomas Chamberlain performing with guitar and harmonica Oct. 14

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Next week is FLX journeyman Bob Wapole on October 21

From staff reports,

In addition to tasty Hunt Country wines, local beer, an extensive offering of local picnic nibbles, and beautiful vineyard scenery, we offer LIVE MUSIC. 

When weather permits, performances will take place on our covered porch where music can be enjoyed from our tasting room, porch seating, and lawn seating.  Or, feel free to bring a picnic blanket or folding chairs for set up on the lawn.  In inclement weather, the show will go on in our Tasting Room.  

Reservations for tastings are highly recommended, but not required.  Make your reservations HERE. 

Wines can also be purchased in our tasting room by the glass or by the bottle as well.  

Picnic items include local cheeses, breads by Blue Heron Bakery, salamis, ferments, olives, nuts, popcorn, pretzels, chips, crackers, pesto, specialty mustards, Hedonist chocolates, grape candy, etc…  We also offer local canned beer, kombucha, bottled soda, iced teas, and sparkling water. 

About Thomas Chamberlain

Acoustic guitar and harmonica performances.  If you like fun popular music from the 1960’s to current times…  Whether it be rock, country, jazz or blues, Tom Chamberlain’s main goal every show is to get you to join in on the tunes and to appreciate the atmosphere of the live music setting.  He plays guitar, harmonica and vocals.  He is currently on tour in support of his solo album Subliminal Underwater Messages. Acoustic Americana at its finest.

Learn more:—October-14

About Bob Walpole

Bob plays on October 21 from 1:30 – 4pm

Bob resides by the lake in Romulus.  He’s been performing for his entire life on both coasts as a solo performer and as a duo with Dee Specker as Bob & Dee.  An experienced and accomplished musician, Bob is a familiar face at Finger Lakes wineries and bistros.—October-21

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