Musicians have come to our home from Canada, the United Kingdom and throughout the USA, playing for attentive audiences in an intimate setting. Food, fellowship, fun and great music make for a very special event. Please join us!
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*** December 10th: Alex Smith
Pot luck Dinner 6 PM, Concert 7 Donation $20
Alex grew up in Long Lake, my home town, in the heart of New York's Adirondack Park! I'm very excited to have him play for us. His music strives first and foremost to echo the people of that area. He builds songs from a blend of traditional folk harmony and modern lyrics. A rising star, not to be missed!!
***January 21, 2016: Will Woodson and Eric McDonald
Pot luck dinner 6 PM, Concert at 7 PM Donation $20
Will Woodson and Eric McDonald are two of today’s finest young proponents of traditional Scottish music. They’ve spent countless hours playing music together, developing a meaningful and refined partnership. With an unusual blend of wind and plucked strings, they bring a welcome sensitivity to a tradition that is often known for its high velocity. Still, their music is full of drive and energy. It’s the sum product of two musicians well versed in their tradition, playing honest and at times risky music.
*** March 24, 2016: Thea Hopkins
Pot-luck dinner 6 pm, Concert 7pm Donation $20
Internationally touring performing songwriter Thea Hopkins calls her music American Short Story Folk: concise, striking narratives, they tell of romance, tragedy and triumph in modern terms.Thea first came to greater notice in 2004, with the recording of her song 'Jesus Is On The Wire' by Peter, Paul & Mary. She'll be joined by virtuoso guitarist Kenny Selcer, who plays with Thea on the video below
*** April 24, 2016 Rani Arbo & Greg Ryan Duo
Pot-luck lunch 2 pm Concert 3 pm Donation $20
Rani Arbo & Greg Ryan Duo is a fun, intricate, and soulful combination of two master musicians with great alchemy. It's a side project — a rare flower that blooms only a few times a year, but brings its players (and audiences!) a sustaining and memorable musical experience. The show features Arbo’s wry, reflective originals, as well as traditional and cover songs. Together with Ryan’s rich, gravelly singing and emotive, powerful guitar, the duo swings from subtle fingerstyle to high-octane swing, to fiddle-driven, high-speed songs of love and loss.
*** May 22, 2016 Co-bill Lucy Wise and Ari & Mia
Pot luck Dinner 6 pm, Concert 7 pm Donation $20
Lucy Wise from Australia and sisters Avi and Mia Friedman from Newton will perform separately and together.
Hailing from the far South Western corner of Australia, singer-songwriter Lucy Wise has delighted audiences across Australia, New Zealand and the UK with her unique blend of folk, chamber and pop music combined with masterful storytelling.
“Ari & Mia blend a traditional rootsy grounding with a clear background of classical training. Their own works are soothing
and fresh, tasteful and accomplished. This duo is taking the classical study of a conservatory program and bringing it alive in folk touring circles,.” — SingOut! Magazine.
*** June 5, 2016 The Rough & Tumble
Pot luck Lunch 2 pm, Concert 3 pm Donation $20
The Rough & Tumble is a teeny-tiny folk band from Nashville but currently living out of a tiny camper and on the road full time. Scott and Mallory have been touring non-stop since 2011 and have released a fair amount of music in that time. They love the intimacy of house concerts and audiences love their performances.
*** July 28th, 2016 Otter Creek, Beth DeSombre opens
Pot-luck cookout 6PM, Concert at 7 Donation $20
Otter Creek is coming back! The multi-instrumental vocal duo from Salt Lake City return, with their
harmonizing daughters The Three Muses. Beth DeSombre is back with us for the third time and will open the show.
*** August 21st, 2016 The Boxcar Lilies
Pot luck cookout 2 pm Concert 3 pm
The Boxcar Lilies have made a name for themselves with their signature
mix of folk, country, and bluegrass-tinged Americana music featuring spine-tingling, innovative harmonies and great songwriting. Accompanying themselves on guitar, clawhammer banjo, electric
bass, and washboard, they have brought their uniquely warm sound and charming stage presence to venues up and down the Eastern seaboard.
*** November 3, 2015 Dan Frechette and Laurel Thomsen
Pot luck dinner 6 pm, Concert at 7 Donation $20
The return of Dan and Laurel! Details to follow...