Roy's Links

  • Stepping Stones: Pathway to Peace

  • Stepping Stones weaves together education and self-awareness to empower its clients to make wise decisions about food and lifestyle choices in order to promote health and well being.

  • Duane Steele

  • Duane Steele is one of Canada's top country stars with a string of hit singles and videos. Winner of the 2001 CCMA Independent Male Vocalist award.

  • The Gibson Brothers

  • "The Gibson Brothers recall a lot of the true, real feelings of country's roots. What truly stands out about their music is that, although they're solidly based in traditional styles, they're also songwriters working with a contemporary lexicon of language and issues. If you think country music is about rhinestones and wretched excess, these guys will change your mind. This is good music: intense, soulful, technically exciting — it's damn near perfect. Get out and see these guys." —Chuck Thurman, Coast Weekly

  • Melody Thomas Photography

  • Melody Thomas is an award-winning photographer with a reputation for capturing the beauty of nature's abstract designs.

  • Carl Heilman II

  • An outdoor photographer who specializes in panoramas and unique photographs of the picturesque Adirondack Park in northern New York State.

  • Nature Panoramas by Carl Heilman II

  • Panoramic landscape images from across North America taken by the award-winning outdoor nature photographer Carl Heilman II.

  • Council on the Arts for Clinton County

  • The Council on the Arts for Clinton County is organized to create and foster a climate in which the arts can thrive, supporting programs and services.

  • Mark Elliott

  • Mark Elliott is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter whose songs have hit the Billboard top forty charts. His work is highlighted by the hit single by Neil McCoy, "Every Man for Himself." Mark's 2003 release "My Great Escape," and his 2004 release "American Road," shine with his stellar vocal, writing, and production talent.

  • Tom Fisch

  • Tom Fisch was the singer/songwriter who first gave me the contact in Nashville that got me signed with Sony in 1990. Tom's music has a warm honesty to it and is a perfect reflection of who Tom is. It's cool stuff. Check it out.

  • Bluseed Studios, Saranac Lake, NY

  • Bluseed Studios offers professional visual and performance artists an affordable working and living space for seasonal residencies. The goal of Bluseed is to provide artists with access to the space they need for personal and professional creative endeavors at reasonable rates.

  • Custom Pearl Inlay

  • With more than 40 years of experience, they are experts at the fine art of inlaying and instrument building. The primary focus is working with musical instruments; however, they can inlay almost anything. They also build custom guitars and mandolins.

  • Caffè Lena, Saratoga Springs, NY

  • Caffè Lena is known internationally for acoustic music. One can hear the best in live folk, blues, traditional and jazz music, in our homey listening room, as well as storytelling, poetry and theater.

  • Adirondack Lake Center for the Arts

  • The Arts Center is the only cultural institution in Hamilton County that is open winter, spring, summer and fall. From English choir music to contemporary jazz, tai chi to stained glass, watercolors to wood turning, they showcase the very best in the arts.

  • Chris Shaw and Bridget Ball

  • Two great Adirondack singers/songwriters/storytellers. Descended from steamboat pilots , Chris has a personal interest in history, tracing his own family roots back to the French and Indian War. He and his wife Bridget frequently perform together at festivals, libraries and schools throughout the region and beyond.


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