Considered to be New England’s premier tribute band performing the music of Crosby, Stills & Nash and America, Wooden Horse is coming to the North Country Center for the Arts on September 25.  The live concert is the centerpiece of a benefit celebration at Jean’s Playhouse, where theatre and events have emerged from the pandemic by a full summer of live theatre and a return to select weekend entertainment.

“With some reduced occupancy and cautions in place to safeguard attendees, we’re delighted to welcome audiences again,” offered managing director, Lyn Osborne Winter.  “And we’re pleased to welcome Wooden Horse to the North Country.”

Founded in 2012, Wooden Horse brings together experienced and accomplished musicians – many of whom also play with other bands – and have dedicated over nine years of hard work to deliver the lush vocal and musical harmonies of the two chart-busting groups of the 1970s & 80s.  They continue to perform throughout New England, including multiple venues inn Connecticut and Rhode Island (Foxwoods Fox Theatre, Danbury City Centre, major festivals and concert series).

Audiences can expect the likes of “Teach Your Children,” “Carry On,” “Sister Golden Hair,” “Ventura Highway,” “Horse with No Name,” “Carry On,” and many more of the iconic hits, delivered by Kurt Voland, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion and Vocals; Guy LaPointe , Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, and Vocals; Mark Windrow, Bass Guitar; Scott Zurowski , Keyboards; Ken Lubinsky, Drums and Vocals; and Jeff Mattson, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar.

Plus, the evening is a benefit celebration:  expect select prizes and raffle baskets from local artisans and businesses.  And every ticket purchase includes a pre-show beverage and served snacks. The event starts at 6:30pm, with concert onstage at 7:30.  Masks are required in the building, and distanced seating between parties is observed.  For additional information and ticket purchase, visit – advance purchase highly recommended as capacity will be limited.