Check here for our schedule of musical line-ups, kid’s programs and events for the current market season!
This Friday, June 18
The Dark Star Project will serenade us from 4-6pm with Joe Carlomagno (gtr/vocals), Bill Myregaard (gtr/vocals), Adam Tarmy (bass), Zach Rhoads (keys/vocals) and Ed Harvey (drums). They play songs the Dead wrote and covers they played. 9 Wallis Street (Beverly, MA) writes: “Northern New England’s premier Grateful Dead band.” Don’t miss this treat!
Last season, summer 2020, many of our musicians are generously sponsoring the market. We are so grateful for their support during a year full of unknowns, rapid changes, and minimal funding.
The FoG The Fog is a Richmond-based band known for their folk-rock-jam style of playing both original songs as well as covers by Dylan, the Beatles, CSN(Y), Grateful Dead, etc. They are also the only band that plays all of their concerts on 100% solar energy! For more info see their website fogmusic.net.
Walt and Mark–Alive A duo featuring an eclectic mix of music to make you feel good. Contact them at: firstname.lastname@example.org, and visit this youtube link for a demo. They generously sponsored us with their live performance on July 24, 2020!
John and Marge Butterfield John and Marge perform as a musical duo with acoustic guitar, bass and vocal harmonies. Their repertoire includes a wide variety of songs, including Popular, Classics, Blues, Caribbean, Country and Folk Music. John and Marge’s close vocal harmonies add a special touch to timeless and memorable songs that they love to share with their audiences. To learn more go to www.airbeartunes.com. They will generously sponsor us with their live performance on July 31, 2020!
O’hAnleigh O’hAnleigh plays Irish-American music that hits home all over the world. Sizzling fiddle tunes, old-school sing-alongs, your favorite pub songs, and award-winning original ballads celebrating the immigration experience and the Celtic myths and legends they brought along from the old country. www.ohanleigh.com. They will generously sponsor us with their live performance on August 7, 2020!
The Ol’ Rascals The Ol’ Rascals is a recently formed band of neighbors and ol’ friends who enjoy getting together to jam! Mostly traditional with some original tunes. They will generously sponsor us with their live performance on August 14, 2020!
The Slow Cookers The Slow Cookers are able to find stability with the abundant energy surrounding their performances and squeeze the groove — much like a slow cooker does to the big cuts. While you might hear anything from folk classics to today’s most popular hits, a common thread strings the set together: tight vocal harmonies, a steady groove, and unbridled energy that invites you to smile and perhaps even dance. Visit their website or find them on facebook and instagram. They will generously sponsor us with their live performance on August 21, 2020!
The Flycatchers The Flycatchers are a trio playing Americana Roots, Red Dirt Oklahoma and Texas Alt Country sounds with Dan Blondin on vocals, guitar and harp; Barry Lampke on vocals, guitar and mandolin; and Vicki Maier on vocals and guitar. They will generously sponsor us with their live performance on August 28, 2020!
Out of the Blue Out of the Blue is an innovative fusion of traditional music and blues with jazzy overtones and classical undertones.
Playing mostly original works, sprinkled with not-so-classic cover songs. They will generously sponsor us with their live performance on September 4, 2020!
Hadden Witten Gresham hail from the western foot of Camel’s Hump Gresham Hadden Witten and are a fiddle-tune-based acoustic trio that push the genre into unexpected grooves. Known principally for their decades of goofy performances for family audiences (as the Swing Peepers), John Hadden and Matt Witten have teamed up with fiddle and banjo-wielding Pierce Gresham to go into party-jam mode.With the typical old-timey and grassy instrumentation of mandolin, guitar, banjo and fiddle, Gresham Hadden Witten play a swath of fiddle tunes from Pierce’s native lands down south and then add the reedy accordion and harmonica to blend in Quebecois traditions as well as an inventive bunch of originals that draw on Appalachian, Celtic, French and other traditions. We look forward to them serenading us on Friday, September 18, 2020.