As we transition to outdoor (and some indoors weather depending!) shows only, to support local open space preservation efforts, we will be revamping the website to articulate our efforts more clearly. It isn’t just music, it’s music for a purpose.
30 YEARS OF SCARY GOOD MUSIC (we think, it’s hard to remember the early days…)
We have now, with our outdoor shows, collectively raised over $200,000 for open space preservation efforts.
To reserve, our system may be a little goofy, but it works. Email workdog(at)mindspring.com or click here Simply tell us how many spots you want and a contact name. I’ll explain the rest when you contact me.
And of course, visit our Facebook Page for links to really cool music… and you know, stuff.
And because people ask, even though it’s’ written in the copy of each show, the pizza, or any food truck we get, is sold separately. You can always bring your own beverage!
For shows at Deer Lake Preserve, 101 Paper Mill RD, Killingworth, we might be indoors or outdoors, weather depending. The idea is to showcase the preserve for events like weddings, parties and outdoor education while at the same time raising a few bucks and hopefully some volunteers. For a short and really amateurish video (I did it myself with a cell phone and no editing skills!) on how we do Deer Lake in inclement weather, click here!
Well, that was fun!
Thanks to Väsen and the Stillhouse Junkies for a great spring!
Mid summer break (see you up in the White Mountains!)
Labor Day Weekend:
Saturday, Sept. 2
At the beautiful Rettich Preserve Concert this year, we’ll have Corner House, a typically brilliant string band from the Boston area, all Berklee alum, featuring that typically great blur-grass sound that fits perfectly in the meadow. More details to follow!
Sunday, September 24
Brittany Haas and Lena Jonsson
Awaiting details here, and they may take a short bit to sort out…you know, visas, etc.,, but we’ll be at Deer Lake for this show assuming it all comes together. Details to follow, of course.