Gregson Brothers Rocking Witherbee’s


Throughout the season, many “summer people” and second home owners got to experience the  awesome live music at Witherbee’s Carriage House.

Whether it was Open Mic night, hosted by Mark Piper, or a gig by some incredibly talented locals – including Dreaded Wheat and Eric Peter, Witherbee’s cemented their reputation as Schroon’s premiere live music venue.

Tonight, the dance floor heats up with The Gregson Brothers, one of our all-time favorite acts from Schroon.

Brothers Barry and Blair, both on guitar, started playing together in Schroon Lake back in the early 1970s.

“We used to do gigs at the old Leland House, where the Hudson Headwater Medical Center is today,” Barry told us recently. By day, Barry is a master furniture artisan, whose works are on display at the Adirondack's Rustics Gallery.

Barry says their early influences were the Beatles, Crosby, Stills and Nash, the Doobie Brothers and the Allman Brothers. So it’s no surprise that songs from those bands, “as well as a few originals and some from Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen” will make up their sets.

Witherbee's Carriage House.581  US Route 9, Schroon Lake. 518 532 9595