Summer Concert Series 2018
Enjoy live music by local artists during our outdoor concert series, bound to keep you singing all summer long. Shows are 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on the Club House Lawn.
Beard and Glasses - July 11
Beard & Glasses represents the shortest distance between two musical points; Sam Clement (guitar, vocals) from Rockland, ME and Matt Scott (guitar, vocals) from the foot hills of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. The duo has been playing together for more than a decade, and are staples of the Southern VT Music scene. They'll be joined by veteran musician and multi-instrumentalist Micah Carbonneau for an evening of acoustic soul music interspersed with jazz and folk.Visit Facebook Page
Pete Kilpatrick - July 18
Maine based singer/songwriter Pete Kilpatrick grew up with a deep and resounding love of melody. With no formal training in music, Pete picked up the acoustic guitar at the age of 16 and began teaching himself how to play, crafting his own songs all while falling deeply in love with the process. Pete Kilpatrick has been named Maine’s best act four times in the Portland Best Music Awards and has performed over 1,400 shows. Pete and his band have shared the stage with Dave Matthews Band, Pearl Jam’s Mike Mccready, David Gray, Jason Mraz, Ray Lamontagne and many more.Visit Website
Peter Lawlor - July 25
Peter Lawlor has been inspiring listeners with his heart felt originals and well chosen covers for over 30 years. Peter's guitar style is reminiscent of folk guitar legends of the 70's such as Gordon Lighfoot and James Taylor.Visit Website
The Barnyard Incident - August 1
The members of the Barnyard Incident have been playing since they were children. Collectively they’ve been in bands from folk to Irish to Rock n’ Roll.Visit Website
Katie Rose & Julia Kamins - August 2
Singer-songwriter Katie Rose uses her sweet sounds and unique songwriting style to make a positive impact on the world around her. A three-time recording artist, Katie performs at various venues in New Hampshire and New England, and hosts the Un-Common Concert Series in Whitefield, N.H. Julia plays acoustic guitar and sings, and is currently attending Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Her favorite styles of music to play are pop/rock, and jazz. She and Katie have been playing and singing together since 2011, performing at local venues, restaurants and farmer's markets.
Back Shed String Band - August 8
A lot of fun mixed with a bit of bluegrass, original tunes,classic country, old-time, and folk music...that’s what the Back Shed String Band of Monroe, NH has been playing for audiences since 1996. Harmony vocals, driving rhythms, and spirited instrumentals leave audiences clamoring for more all over the North Country.Visit Facebook Page
Audrey Drake - August 15
Years of hard work, classical training, and real life experience are the driving forces behind her original music. Haunting melodies and soulful lyrics transport you to a place where there is only you, the music, and life’s journey. Combining a truly unique musical style with her formal study and a desire to tell stories that speak to us all, an evening spent with Audrey Drake is like an evening spent with any of the great soulful singers of our time.Visit Website
Cold Spring - August 29
Cold Spring, formed in 2008, has made hundreds of appearances throughout New England. On any given night or day they can be heard in bookstores, coffee shops, wedding receptions, private parties, restaurants, library recitals, street festivals, environmental events, senior citizen groups, fairs and concerts. Cold Spring specializes in American Roots, folk and contemporary music, and their repertoire includes familiar covers ranging from Stephen Foster, Woody Guthrie to Crosby Stills Nash & Young and many others.
Green Mountain Boys - August 30
Burlington-based and bolder than Ethan Allen, let The Green Mountain Boys pick their way into your heart with a rib-tickling blend of traditional bluegrass and folksy Americana. Driving banjo breaks, sweeping fiddle solos, soul-searching guitar licks, thundering bass, and gentle mandolin caresses make solid dancing shoes an audience requirement. Brought together by their love of mountain tunes and the great outdoors, The Green Mountain Boys cast a loving look at the past while playing tunes for the future.Visit Facebook Page
Schedule subject to change.