Starting Time for all concerts 7:30 p.m. (Doors open about 6:45)
Sept. 13 (Sat.) Hot Soup!
- Maryland's hot harmony trio of Christina Muir, Sue Trainor, and Jennie Avila
- sometimes called the "Andrews Sisters of the 21st Century"
- Hot Soup! serves up rich, intricate vocal arrangements on ballads and blues, swing, retro and funny songs
- Add zany humor and spirited musicality
- plus guitars, harp, mountain dulcimer, conga & more.
Oct. 19 (Sat.) Gordon Bok with special guest Carol Rohl
- Gordon Bok has been called The Voice of the Maine Seacoast.
- Time Magazine called him the poet laureate of those who go down to the sea in ships.
- With resonant bass-baritone voice, he sings of the sea and schooners, of fishes and fishermen, plus mythical sea folk, seals and selkies, traditional seasongs of many countries, ballads of Maine and the Maritimes, songs and dances plus contemporary songs of all kinds.
- His instruments include six and twelve string guitars, Bok whistle and Bok Cello
- well known Celtic harper, Carol Rohl adds lovely harmony, harp and humor.
photo by Sarah Lavigne (Lavigne Photgraphy)
Nov. 9 (Sat.) The Clancy Legacy featuring Aoife Clancy and Robbie O'Connell
- From the high energy of a song of rebellion to a gentle country air, you can hear the echo of their biological, cultural, and musical relationship to the legendary Clancy Brothers, right down to the beat of the bodhran and the rhythms of their guitars.
- Aoife Clancy is the daughter of Bobby Clancy of the Clancy Brothers.
- Robbie O'Connell is a nephew of the Clancy Brothers and performed with them on tours and recordings.
MORE ABOUT The Clancy Legacy at http://www.clancylegacy.com/
Dec. 14 (Sat.) Ed Trickett
- Song-finder extraordinaire, of Bok, Trickett, & Muir fame
- arrives from his home in Chicago with a bag full of great songs
- plus his special 6 and 12 string guitar stylings.
- If you have never seen him do a complete solo concert, you really must mark your calendar for this very special event.