Waterhole, Blind Owl Band not quitting the fight in Saranac Lake – North Country Public Radio

Munley with partner Kiki Sarko, determined to weather the storm. Photo: Gabe Dickens

Munley with partner Kiki Sarko, determined to weather the storm. Photo: Gabe Dickens

Performers and venues all over the world have seen their calendars erased in efforts to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The Blind Owl Band and The Waterhole are both enterprises at the center of Eric Munley’s life. He says they can weather the current storm of uncertainty.

Eric Munley Zooms in from Saranac Lake. Photo: Eric Munley

Eric Munley Zooms in from Saranac Lake. Photo: Eric Munley

Munley (left) with the Blind Owl Band. Photo: Strawberry Island Dweller

Munley (left) with the Blind Owl Band. Photo: Strawberry Island Dweller

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“It’s an interesting time for this entire generation of young people. Hopefully some good creativity will come out of it,” says Munley

The Waterhole turns 50 this year. Munley would love you to share any photos you might have of your experiences at The Waterhole by emailing them here. Explore the music of The Blind Owl Band here.

West End Blend performing at the Waterhole. Photo: Ready for the AfterGlow

West End Blend performing at the Waterhole. Photo: Ready for the AfterGlow

Eric and Kiki's dog (named Denzel Washington) doesn't mind the extra attention. Photo submitted.

Eric and Kiki’s dog (named Denzel Washington) doesn’t mind the extra attention. Photo submitted.

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