Coming to you from high in the Helderberg Mountains to the beautiful Hudson River Valley in upstate New York.....it's the Hilltown Ramblers.
Playing a "northern blend" of folksy bluegrass with a repertoire ranging from contemporary back to traditional with a heaping helping of originals to top it off, the Hilltown Ramblers have been loved all over since 1993.
The Hilltown Ramblers are Dick Stock, Ed Kryzkowski, Jim Selkirk, and Moe Safford on mandolin, electric bass, guitar, and five string banjo. All four share in the singing.
In Loving Memory of Alicia Selkirk
Thursday July 23rd Coeyman's Gazebo 600PM -
(Jim Selkirk has asked we play this date with Morrie Safford on guitar)
This show and the rest of our shows this summer will dedicated to the memory of Alicia Selkirk
Sunday August 9th "Come to the River" at the Catskill Point
All day event with Hilltown Ramblers at 1130AM and the McKrells at 3PM
Saturday August 22nd 3rd Annual Berne Summerfest
Until 1:00 “Berne’s Got Talent” Open Mike
1:15-2:15 A Bunch of Guys
2:30-3:45 Red Haired Strangers
5:30-6:45 Nite Train
7:00-8:15 The Hilltown Ramblers
Following FIREWORKS “Open Jam” (All Musicians Invited)
Saturday August 22nd Berne Town Park, Route 443, Berne, NY
A Day of Fun, Food, Crafts, & Community
More info at:
More details and dates to follow....keep an eye on this site!!!
The Hilltown Ramblers at the Adirondack Bluegrass League Round Up in June 2015
A live recording from the 2nd Annual Summerfest...
Some vintage video........
We had a enjoyable gig at the Mabee Farm's "Howlin' at the Moon" Concert on May 14, 2014. Bill Healy and Bert Wilson opened for us and joined us for a couple of tunes to close out the evening.
THANK YOU for your support at the official Hilltown Ramblers 20th Anniversary Celebration at the Berne Summerfest August 2013! A special thanks to our musical friends: Shine Hill Road, the Bluestones, and Flood Road!
An extra special thanks to "Original" Ramblers Chuck Batcher and Morrie Safford.
More to Come....stay tuned to this site!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Keep an eye on this site for more information and more gigs to come. Contact Dick Stock at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-227-0217 if you would like us to come play for you!