LIVE: Albany Tulip Festival’s Lakehouse Stage @ Washington Park, 5/12/13

Eastbound Jesus

Eastbound Jesus

Photographs by Timothy Reidy

After the on-again, off-again rain on Day One, Sunday’s sunshine was a welcome relief on the second and final day of Albany’s annual Tulip Festival in Washington Park. Yes, it was Mother’s Day, and the mothers were out in force. And so was the music, especially the homegrown sounds at the Lakehouse Stage, where WEXT-FM presented Local 518 faves Annie & the Hedonists, MaryLeigh & the Fauves, the Dylan Perrillo Orchestra and the festival-closing Eastbound Jesus, all of whom provided an eclectic mix of country, alt-pop, jazz, blues, rock and more.

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And it was all free.

Now that’s what we call a good time…

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The Dylan Perrillo Orchestra

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Mary Leigh & The Fauves

Mary Leigh & The Fauves

Annie and the Hedonists

Annie and the Hedonists

Mary Leigh

MaryLeigh Roohan

Dylan Perrillo

Dylan Perrillo

2 Responses to “LIVE: Albany Tulip Festival’s Lakehouse Stage @ Washington Park, 5/12/13”

  1. PK Miller says:

    Really great line up this year inc. old friends & new! Just wish there was someplace to SIT at the main stage. (Parade grounds). It wouldn’t make sense & would be terribly impractical to drag around my beach chair in the mob scene known as Tulip Fest! I have a disability, cannot stand for a long period of time. My hip doesn’t like it! The drizzle, Saturday, didn’t deter anyone if, perhaps, coupled w/the coll weather, Sunday, it kept the down heavy drinking.

  2. Roger Green says:

    Here’s a totally useless fact: Jonny Rosen of the Hedonists and my mother had the same aunt; my mother’s is by marriage, but still.

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