The Howlin' Brothers put on an amazing show Saturday! What a way to get the fall off to an energetic start.
Big thanks to Ben Moskey for warming up the crowd with two amazing covers and a very impressive original tune.
Pictures of both Ben and the Brothers will be posted soon.
The good news is we get to do it all again in a month with folk-based singer/songwriter Dave Gunning. Check out a couple of songs from his new album "Lift":
Can't think of a better way to spend a rainy fall Saturday night than with the Howlin' Brothers. It's going to be a great time!!
Have you checked out the latest addition to the 2016-17 season lineup? Cricket Tell the Weather will be bringing young, fresh roots music to Granby from New York City in March.
We've got one more show to confirm and believe me, if this happens, it's gonna be BIG!
See you tomorrow!
We're really excited about this season and can't wait to kick it off with The Howlin' Brothers on October 1st. If you were there when they visited a couple of seasons ago, there's no doubt you'll be back. If you missed the first show, you do NOT want to miss this one!
Next up in early November is Dave Gunning, an amazing singer songwriter visiting us from way up in Pictou Nova Scotia.
The Nields will be here on January 21st. What's a Nield? If you lived in this area in the early 90s you already know. If not, find out here:
Two more shows are in the works to cap off the season. We can't tell you about them yet since the contracts aren't official but trust us - it's goooood!!
See ya at the shows!
The snow storm missed us and Donna Martin put on a great show on January 22nd! It was great to see so many of Donna's fans along with Salmon Brook regulars. Jonah Garcia's opening set was fantastic - Thanks Jonah!
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An American singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and touring folk musician from Reading, Massachusetts who earned a Master’s Degree in evolutionary biology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst before pursuing a career in music. Erelli has released nine solo albums and three collaborative albums. His self-titled debut album was released in 1999, the same year that he won the Kerrville Folk Festival’s New Folk Award. His first recording for the Signature Sounds label, Compass & Companion, spent ten weeks in the Top Ten on the Americana Chart. Erelli has worked as a side musician for singer songwriters Lori McKenna and Josh Ritter. He has performed at various music festivals and shared the stage with John Hiatt, Dave Alvin, and Gillian Welch. Erelli's song “People Look Around”, which he co-wrote with Catie Curtis, was the Grand Prize winner at the 2005 International Songwriting Competition. His songs have been recorded by Ellis Paul, Vance Gilbert, Antje Duvekot, and Red Molly.
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Ranked one of the Top 100 Acoustic Guitarists, singer-songwriter Brooks Williams writes groove-laden songs and delivers them with an easy-going vocal style and monstrous guitar chops. Walking the line between blues and Americana, Williams has worked stages worldwide for over 25 years, amassing a staggering back-catalogue of songs, recordings and tales. With nearly 20 CDs to his name – and more on the way – this Statesboro Georgia native is, according to americanaUK, “impossible not to like."
The Salmon Brook Music Series is a fundraiser supporting the mission and goals of South Congregational Church. The series also encourages and nurtures aspiring young talent with local opening acts including talented high school musicians.