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Summer Concerts

The Summer Concert Series provides a unique venue for families to enjoy an evening together; healthy families promote healthy communities.

CVPH is committed to providing exceptional experiences to our patients, people and community. CVPH Summer Concert Series posterThe Summer Concert Series helps us do that by providing a unique venue for families and friends to enjoy an evening together.

The open air concerts will be held on our front lawn on Wednesday Nights, July 27 and August 10. The 90-minute concerts are free of charge and open to all. Lawn chairs and picnic blankets are welcome. No alcohol, smoking or glass containers are permitted.


Wednesday, July 27 from 6 pm - 7:30 pm  

Featuring Hang Tight

Hang Tight is a band from Plattsburgh, New York whose members have been playing together in various ways for over 25 years. Their repertoire runs the gamut from Paul Simon to CCR; from Van Morrison to Joe Cocker; from Blues to Jazz to Rock & Roll. This show will focus on their more up-tempo tunes.

Hang Tight is: Jay Lesage - a full-time, professional musician who trained at The Berklee School of Music in Boston and at SUNY Plattsburgh; Jeff Rendinaro - a world class harmonica player who has played as a guest at the Montreal Jazz Festival among many other festivals and venues; Dale Derusha - a sought-after bass player who has been in numerous bands over the past five decades; and Russ Hartung - a drummer who, over his 50-plus years of drumming, has played on albums for The Only Motions - recorded in Portland Maine; and for Pure Blue - recorded in Montreal.

Wednesday, August 10 from 6 pm - 7:30 pm   

Featuring Taylor LaValley

Taylor LaValley has always been the “girl that sings.” From a young age, she has loved putting on a show and writing songs. It’s in the blood! Taylor has been writing songs since the age of 9. When she was in the 7th grade, she performed and recorded some original songs live for her music class (she still has those recordings today). That performance led to leads in plays and chorus, school talent shows, area wide talent shows and eventually her first band at 16. She was introduced to a family friend who believed in her so much that he recorded her songs and wanted to start a band (the Intangibles are still together to this day).

Along with starting a new band, Taylor was introduced to a producer in Montreal, Canada who helped her create an EP (Dear Dad) with the help of a family who owned a local business. They believed in her so much that they wanted to invest in her. While working on the EP, and for some time after, Taylor was watching and learning how to record and mix, which would later help her create new music from home during the pandemic (and while expecting her first child).

Taylor wants to thank her Mother, Elisa, for being her number one fan and for hauling her all over kingdom come to try out for tv shows, to play gigs, and to make this crazy dream of hers happen. She also wants to thank God (and her amazing Fiancé of course) for giving her the biggest blessing and inspiration of all—her baby girl, Charlotte Mae. Who says a girl can’t have it all?