We are celebrating 20 years of Pittsfield's free summer concert series, "Live On The Lake". On Wednesday night, hundreds more gathered on land and on the water to hear the sounds of The Rev Tor Band.


The Rev Tor Band was formed in western Massachusetts by front man Tor Krautter in 1996. Since it’s conception, the band has evolved into a power house on the east coast club and festival circuit, performing in venues from Maine to Key West Florida. In their native New England, the band keeps a heavy touring schedule enthusiastically supported by a large following of dedicated fans. -revtor.com

Tor was actually part of the initiation process more than 20 years ago along with Live 95.9's market president, Peter Barry, as well as, Greylock FCU to birth "Live on the Lake".

Playing some selections off their new album, "Snake Oil", along with other favorites, the band played for a tight two hours on the shores of beautiful Onota Lake just outside the Frank Controy Pavilion.


Fans enjoying Krispy Cones Ice Cream


Fans enjoying Papa John's Pizza


The "Live on the Lake" concert series happens every Wednesday evening between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. and is made possible by Live 95.9 and Greylock Federal Credit Union with support from the Giant Haddad Dealerships.

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