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Scheduled Performances for 2020:  
January 24 ( Friday): Juston McKinney click for details
Juston is really taking off, and for good reason,. His New England humor hits home with we who live here and those who love to hear about our unique way of life. With multiple performances on The Tonight Show, his own Comedy Central specials and consistently selling out theaters, he’s at the top of his game. Juston grew up living on the border of New Hampshire and Maine. After earning an associates degree from the very prestigious Southern Maine Community College, he was hired as a deputy Sheriff patrolling the same border in which he grew up. But in 1997 Juston turned in his gun and badge and left the dangerous streets of rural Maine and moved to the quiet community of Queens, New York. While living in NYC he worked his way into the weekend line-up at Comic Strip Live, Stand-Up New York, Dangerfield’s, Gotham, Carolines on broadway and the New York Times called him, “Destined for stardom.” Juston would go on to sign sitcom development deals with Warner Brothers, CBS Productions, IFC and Comedy Central. His new one-hour special, “Parentally Challenged” is available on Amazon Prime.”

He has appeared on a half dozen Comedy Central shows including his half hour Comedy Central Presents and his 1-hour special Juston McKinney-A Middle-Class Hole, which was released by Warner Bros. He has appeared numerous times on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno as well as the, Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien. He was chosen to be part of the Blue Collar Comedy” Next Generation” Tour, with Bill Engval, which aired on TBS and had his own weekly show on Sirius/XM radio, Live From the Woods with Juston McKinney. A fun night to cure Cabin Fever..here is a video I love of his.

January 25 (Saturday): Dave Mallett click for details
Dave is a Maine treasure and a force in the national world of song writing. The cool breezes of Maine’s northlands have flowed through the songs of David Mallett for more than four decades.

A turning point in Mallett’s career came in 1975, after he discovered that Noel Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul and Mary had moved to Blue Hill, Maine and was opening a recording studio. Mallett found a true mentor in Stookey. In addition to producing Mallett’s first three albums, Stookey helped to bring his tune, “The Garden Song”, to the attention of influential folksinger Pete Seeger who included it on his 1979 album, “Circles And Seasons.” John Denver soon recorded the song and took it to the top ten in the adult contemporary charts in the late 70s.

“The Garden Song,” recorded hundreds of times and performed around the world, has gone on to find its place amidst the lexicon of American folk songs. Touring the folk circuit for ten years and moving to Nashville in the late 80s Mallett continued to record and write new songs. While in Nashville, with the help of veteran producer Jim Rooney, Mallett recorded a total of three records for Chicago-based Flying Fish Records and two collections for Vanguard and wrote songs recorded by Marty Stuart, Hal Ketchum, Emmylou Harris, Kathy Mattea, Alison Krauss and others.

Tour nationally and Canada and in the UK. He has performed at Wolf Trap, The Kennedy Center, The Newport Folk Festival, Prairie Home Companion, among many notable venues. WE get to be one of them..and on a pertsonl;a note, I hope he sings “Fire” my favorite! Listen for yerslef.

January 31 (Friday): A Jazz Evening with Consuelo Candelaria and Kevin Barry
with special guest Sonny Barbato and Carol Noonan

Husband and wife Consuelo on piano and Kevin on guitar, are teaming up to do an evening of jazz not to be missed. Sonny and Carol will open up with a short set of tunes to warm up the crowd for this special night of music.

Guitarist Kevin Barry, is a face SMAC sees often, with Carol Noonan and Peter Wolf, but on tour he is a frequent with Rosanne Cash, and has been a sought after side man from the likes of Mary Chapin Carpenter to Ray Lamontagne His Jazz appearances are rare and especially soulful when he connects with his wife Consuelo.

Pianist Consuelo Candelaria on Piano, Consuelo is an Accurate recording artist, and is a fixture on the Boston jazz scene. She performs regularly and is an avid composer. Her music has been recorded by many of the most respected names in Jazz. She has performed and or recorded with with Curtis Fuller, Billy Pierce, Billy Hart, Don Braden, Lewis Nash, Louis Hayes, Pat LaBarbara, Joe Morelo, Marvin “Smitty” Smith, Jeff Watts, Paula and Cole. A standouts with the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra with the Bill Pierce Quintet for the King of Thailand, recorded by Abbey Roads Studio remote, and has performed for the President of Costa Rica with Victor Mendoza and others Recordings as a leader ionclude: Last Sunday Morning by the Consuelo-Jon Quintet on Accurate Records, “When They Danced” by Consuelo Candelaria featuring Kevin Barry, “La Jornada” recording in 2009 She is a a Grand prize winner of the John Lennon Songwriting Contest in Jazz category. Touring in Asia, Europe, U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean, but Maine will have to do for this night :.)

Both Kevin and Consuelo are professors at Berklee College of Music. They are dear friends of SMAC, and we are very proud to present highly recommended show.

February 1 (Saturday): Richard Thompson Solo Acoustic details
What can we say about him? He is literally one of the reasons why we built SMAC....just to say, he is in our back yard!! In our humble opinion, there is not a better guitar player, and his songwriting can paint a picture like no other story teller in his genre...not that he really fits into one... he is a genre all of his own. Whether with Fairport Convention, Sandy Denny, Linda Thompson, or this last decade as a soloist, he continues to forge ahead with new music, sounds, and ideas. His latest, 13 Rivers represents another high watermark. In his own words: “The songs are a surprise in a good way,” he leaves off. “They came to me as a surprise in a dark time. They reflected my emotions in an oblique manner that I’ll never truly understand. It’s as if they’d been channeled from somewhere else. You find deeper meaning in the best records as time goes on. The reward comes later.” And what a reward for us !! Don't miss this solo night with new music and don't worry... his shows are full of what made you a fan in the first place too.

Feburary 7
( Friday): True Blues with Corey Harris and Cedric Watson details
This show supports Maine's local community radio station WMPG

A really unique Blues duo show...explore the extraordinary living culture of the blues with two very different artists grounded in both tradition and contemporary experimentation. Cajun Creole meets blues, reggae, soul, rock and West African music.

Corey Harris is a guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and bandleader who has carved out his own niche in blues. A powerful singer and accomplished guitarist, he has appeared at venues throughout the North America, Europe, Brazil, The Caribbean, West Africa, Asia, Australia and New Zealand. He began his career as a New Orleans street singer, traveling throughout the southern U.S. In his early twenties he lived in Cameroon, West Africa for a year, which had a profound effect on his later work. He has recorded many old songs of the blues tradition, while also creating an original vision of the blues by adding influences from reggae, soul, rock and West African music. His 1995 recording, Between Midnight and Day, is a tribute to the tradition of acoustic blues. Subsequent recordings, such as Greens From the Garden (1999), Mississippi to Mali (2003), and Daily Bread (2005) show Harris' maturation from interpreter to songwriter. Some of his imaginative compositions are marked by a deliberate eclecticism; other works stay true to the traditional blues formula of compelling vocals and down-home guitar. With one foot in tradition and the other in contemporary experimentation, Harris is a truly unique voice in contemporary music.

Cedric Watson One of the brightest young talents to emerge in Cajun, Creole and Zydeco (Louisiana French) music over the last decade, Cedric Watson is a four-time Grammy-nominated fiddler, singer, accordionist & songwriter with seemingly unlimited potential With an apparently bottomless repertoire of songs at his fingertips, Cedric plays everything from forgotten Creole melodies and obscure Dennis McGee reels to more modern Cajun and Zydeco songs, even occasionally throwing in a bluegrass fiddle tune or an old string band number. Unlike many of his contemporaries, he is also a prolific songwriter, writing almost all of his songs on his double row Hohner accordion. Cedric's songs channel his diverse ancestry (African, French, Native American and Spanish) to create his own brand of sounds. Here them both.

WMPG
...a terrific local community radio station that has been around a long time...The station features diverse programming ranging from rock to jazz to foreign to local or global issues, and more. This is a perfect show to help support the cultural variety of programming of WMPG..yes we still listen to the radio!!!!

NOTE: Sorry, no SMAC passes applicable for this show.

February 14 ( Friday): Gaelic Storm click for details
And a storm they are!! I always say they are the hardest workin' Irish band I know...just great! Remember the music that was playing during the steerage party in Titanic? That was Gaelic Storm, who on their self-titled debut album way back when, presented an engaging mix of traditional music, dance music, and songs, all performed with energy and enthusiasm. Well, that was many albums ago, and these days they are now one of the most popular Celtic acts around. Their stage show is high energy and at time even rockin'- Irish style with charismatic story teller and front man Patrick Murphy, whipping up the crowd more with every tune. They are a terrific bunch of folks who we are happy to have back. Don't miss it... to celebrate the holiday or celebrate one great band!

February 15 (Saturday): Shemekia Copeland click for details
Shemekia is like family to us here at SMAC. But don't let that familiar characterization undermine her stardom. Rolling Stone says, "Copeland is a powerhouse, a superstar...she can do no wrong". That is so true!!! Shemekia Copeland never holds back. Her instantly recognizable voice-capable of being sultry, assertive and roaring-delivers every song with unparalleled honesty and passion. Her wide-open vision of contemporary Americana roots and soul music showcases the evolution of a passionate artist with an up-to-the-minute Copeland is a powerhouse, musical and lyrical approach. With her new Alligator Records album, America's Child, Copeland confidently announces an electrifying new chapter in her constantly evolving story. Produced by Americana Instrumentalist Of The Year winner Will Kimbrough (who also plays guitar on the album) and recorded in Nashville, America's Child is a courageous and fiery statement of purpose, a major step forward for the singer whose musical consciousness continues to expand as her star continues to rise. With guests including John Prine, Rhiannon Giddens, Mary Gauthier, Emmylou Harris, Steve Cropper, J.D. Wilkes, Al Perkins and members of the Time Jumpers, America's Child bursts with Copeland's bravado and embraces with her tenderness. With countless blues awards, Grammys, and the prestigious honors it is clear she is the reigning queen of the blues. We are so happy when she is here. Join the church of Shemekia!!

February 16 (Sunday): Ghost of Paul Revere click for details
The Boston Globe said the Ghost is like "Mumford & Sons meet the Avett Brothers with a twist of bluegrass. Old Crow Medicine Show with three-part harmonies. The Band for millennials. The Maine-grown, foot-stompin' holler-folk quartet create the type of music for which festivals are made".

Very well said, and we will add that our staff saw these guys in a little bar a few years ago when they were just starting out. My crew was at a big arena show that was less than exciting...so they left. Lucky for the SMAC kids, The Ghost of Paul Revere was playing right across the street. Needless to say, their night was salvaged when they got to hear these guys. And we have been booking them ever since, They quickly rose to star power, but we are happy they will still come back to our humble barn on the hill. A local to national success story and always a quick sell out..don't miss'em! Oh, and you couldn"t meet a nicer group of guys!

February 21
( Friday): JigJam click for details
JigJam are a multi-award winning quartet from the heart of the midlands in Ireland. Blending the best of traditional Irish music with Bluegrass and Americana in a new genre which has been branded as 'I-Grass' (Irish influenced Bluegrass), their onstage energy along with their virtuosic musical ability has captivated audiences throughout the world. "Here's an Irish band that's going to impact the world as hard as Clancy Brothers or U2 if they get only half a chance." MIDWEST RECORDS Jamie McKeogh, Cathal Guinan and Daithi Melia all hail from Tullamore, Co. Offaly with Co. Tipperary born Gavin Strappe completing the quartet. All four members grew up immersed in Irish traditional music and culture which is reflected by the band collectively achieving over twenty All-Ireland titles at Fleadh Cheoil na hÉireann competitions. They have now developed their own unique style of music influenced by American Folk music whilst staying true to their Irish roots. Described as 'The best Irish group so far in bluegrass' this sharply dressed outfit deliver an energy-fueled, foot-stomping live performance. All multi-instrumentalists, JigJam interchange between banjos, guitars, fiddles, mandolins and double bass onstage which creates an experience which is pleasing to both the eye and the ear. A nice song and video about a familiar move trip from Ireland to Boston.

February 25 ( Tuesday): Mardi Gras with the Heather Pierson Band click for details
Celebrate Mardi Gras and support Mountain Top Music!

Heather Pierson and her band—Davy Sturtevant, strings/cornet; Shawn Nadeau, upright and electric basses; Craig Bryan, drums and percussion; joined by special guests Mike Sakash on reeds and George Wiese on trombone—will bring the sounds of New Orleans to life in a very special show at SMAC! Heather’s latest CD, Lines and Spaces, features impeccable performances from this MWV-all-star band, and this concert will highlight her original songs plus some spicy Crescent City favorites! Don’t miss this special night! She is a local treasure and a national troubadour. We are so happy she is coming back, in this fitting night that supports out local music program.

About Mountain Top: Mountain Top Music Center is a community music school located in Conway, New Hampshire. Their mission is to enrich lives and build community by providing inspiring music education for young and old ion out neck of the woods. They use music to build community through group study and performance, shared listening, and mutually respectful, inter-generational, multi-cultural musical communication. And geesh we can all use a little of that!!!

NOTE: Sorry, SMAC memberships not applicable

February 27 ( Thursday): Bob Marley (comedian) click for details
We just can't book enough shows to satisfy Bob’s ever growing audience. And for good reason. Bob is not just our Maine comedian, he is one of the funniest people in the current world of comedy. His viral videos have thrust him into further popularity as one of the hottest and most sought after comedians in the country. But we are lucky he will still come to us! You know'em, you love'm...more than 15 years as a stand-up comic, Maine's own Bob Marley has been featured in his own special on Comedy Central, and is one of the few comics to do the complete late night TV circuit: The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Craig Kilborn. But all those accolades aside, he is just one of us, and we can't get enough of him. Expect yet another sell out.

February 28 (Friday): Ghost of Paul Revere click for details
The Boston Globe said the Ghost is like "Mumford & Sons meet the Avett Brothers with a twist of bluegrass. Old Crow Medicine Show with three-part harmonies. The Band for millennials. The Maine-grown, foot-stompin' holler-folk quartet create the type of music for which festivals are made".

Very well said, and we will add that our staff saw these guys in a little bar a few years ago when they were just starting out. My crew was at a big arena show that was less than exciting...so they left. Lucky for the SMAC kids, The Ghost of Paul Revere was playing right across the street. Needless to say, their night was salvaged when they got to hear these guys. And we have been booking them ever since, They quickly rose to star power, but we are happy they will still come back to our humble barn on the hill. A local to national success story and always a quick sell out..don't miss'em! Oh, and you couldn"t meet a nicer group of guys!

February 29 ( Saturday): Alana MacDonald (of Devonsquare) click for details
Alana MacDonald singer, songwriter and violinist of the super folk trio Devonsquare will be here at SMAC for a exciting night showcasing Alana’s talents and charm. Alana is celebrating her 50th year with Devonsquare by performing new songs and old favorites with her bandmates Robbie Coffin, Teg Glendon, and pianist Mike McGinnis. The band released five records between 1983 and 1996, two on Atlantic Records. They toured with Peter Frampton and Melanie, opening for many artists such as Bonnie Raiit, Kris Kristofferson and Roy Orbison. After the death of band member, Herb Ludwig ,in 2005 ,Tom and Alana joined Rex Fowler from Aztec Two Step in "The John Lennon Project: from 2010 to 2014. Tom Dean retired in 2018 and after saying goodbye to Devonsquare, Alana, after much soul searching, decided to move forward solo. Don’t miss this rare night with the multi talented and striking Alana.

March 3 ( Tuesday): Robert Cray Band click for details
Can't wait to hear the best band in the world. If you haven't seen'em you have to..if you already have, you know you miss'em! Blues guitarist and singer songwriter Robert Cray is a five-time Grammy Award winner and a Blues Hall of Famer of course, but all the accolades in the world will not do justice to his live show. You know I talk about those hand full of artists that I always say you gotta see...this is one of them. Few both play guitar and sing so smoothly and heartfelt and that band is killer. And did I say they are the nicest buncha guys you will ever meet? Come see for yerself. A rare up close and personal concert. A SMAC FAV!

NOTE: Sorry, no Tabs applicable.

March 6 ( Friday): Lankum click for details
Lankum has two sides…a joyous and ruckus foot stomping side and a beautiful and dark side…its the dark side that drew me to them. Made up of brothers Ian and Daragh Lynch, Cormac MacDiarmada and Radie Peat, Lankum have gained worldwide acclaim for their first two albums and captivating, often euphoric live performances. Their recent release, ‘The Livelong Day’, has made it into three of NPR’s music's staff picks of The Best Albums of 2019 Lankum honour the sacredness of traditional Irish tunes, but allow them to metamorphose, to grow and breathe like the heavy, ancient breath of the Uilleann pipes Lankum are the type of band you never knew you where searching for. A group of individuals united by a gang mentality whose close vocal harmonies, instrumental interplay and dramatic storytelling pin you to the seat and revive the spirit. They show that folk music can be angry, progressive and is still a vital force today.

On a personal note: I am wicked excited about this bnad..you should be too. Come see what thousands of their homeland fans are talking about. Here are some samples of those “sides” ... Sargeant William Bailey and The Granite Gaze.

March 7 ( Saturday): Los Lobos click for details
One of the most acclaimed American bands of the 1980s and '90s, Los Lobos were seasoned musical veterans with nearly 15 years of experience under their belts when they scored their first hit in 1987 with a cover of Richie Valens' "La Bamba." Though their time as pop stars was short, the group -- who enjoyed calling themselves "just another band from East L.A." -- won over critics and a legion of loyal fans with their bracing mixture of rock, blues, Tex-Mex, country, R&B, and Mexican folk sounds, with the band's sound ranging from gentle acoustic ballads to the outer limits of experimental rock. While often cited as one of the great bands of Latino Rock, Los Lobos' eclectic sound in fact defined them as a vital example of America's cultural melting pot. In 2015, Los Lobos released the bold and eclectic album Gates of Gold; the album's arrival coincided with the publication of Los Lobos: Dream in Blue, a group biography written by veteran Los Angeles music journalist Chris Morris. And as far as SMAC goes, we bleepin' love this band!!

March 13 (Friday): Glen Phillips and Chris Barron click for details
We are never usually this cool. Two great songwriters, one great night and its an honor to have these artists here together.

Glen Phillips singer and songwriter of the alt rock group Toad the Wet Sprocket. Many solo albums and collaborations later, he constantly reinventing and creating.

Chris Barron (of the Spin Doctors) The zeitgeist is a moving target, and Chris Barron has always been a crack shot. The New York songwriter is no longer the debutant who set out on the circuit’s sharp end in 1988 with $100, a battered acoustic and a headful of the alt-rock anthems that would elevate Spin Doctors to global stardom. He’s a veteran approaching 50, living in a world changed beyond recognition, compelled to write the music that chronicles the here-and-now.

March 14
( Saturday): St. Paddy's Dimming of the Day Dinner click for details
Featuring The Carol Noonan Trio and Erica Brown and Josepehine County

A celebration of the greenest of holidays. Come join us for a night of Irish music and a festive Irish feast. Carol Noonan, with her guitarists Duke Levine and Kevin Barry peforming along with that lovely fiddler Erica Brown and her Irish group Josephine County. And don't worry if you don't like Corned Beef, there will be plenty of other options. But for those of you who do like that "corney" dish, Carol's version like her Danny Boy, is the best that this blarney neck of the woods has to offer.!!!

Here is a little sample of the evening's music:


Carol doing Danny Boy
and Erica and Josephine County an old Trad tune:

Doors open at the dimming of the day at 4:30pm
Fun starts at 5:00 pm with apps and a welcome drink in Quisi Barn
Seating will begin at 5:30 pm in the Main Hall so please be prompt so we can start the first set once everyone is seated.

DINNER: Apps, a welcome drink, salad, dinner, dessert and coffee are included. Tickets include dinner and music! Gratuity and beverages other than arrival welcome drink NOT included.

March 20 ( Friday): Tim Gearan click for details
Why Tim is not famous is always a question I ask myself when he is here. A soulful blues man who writes amazing songs. His tunes are smitten with infectious grooves , and his voice is just one of my favorites. With guitar in hand he's a little Keb Mo and little Chris Smither. His latest album really channels Smither. Here is a clip from "Mostly Love”.

Here with his trio, comes highly SMAC Recommended

March 21 ( Saturday): Kat Edmonson click for details
Back again….because everyone was blown away by Kat!!!!!

I saw this gal on CBS Saturday morning ("Saturday Sessions" is a great program that showcases rising stars.....highly recommend it). She is known most as a jazz singer, but she calls her music vintage pop. Whatever you call it, it is completely pure. She has shared stages with the likes of Lyle Lovett, Asleep at the Wheel, and Chris Isaac with appearances on Prairie Home Companion and E Town. When I heard her, there was something about her that reminded me of hearing Joni Mitchell when I was a kid.. She doesn't sound like her, or the music isn't the similar, but the command of her craft and her band reminds me of Joni. A terrific song writer with the sounds of a jazz singer, but the feel of an old folk singer.

Speaking of jazz, check out this video of one of the many sides of her. But this is the sweet song that stopped me in my tracks when I heard it.

And these are just samples of her live...take some time and get lost in some of her videos on YouTube. Like her songs, they are like mini vintage movies harkening back to a time when ceramic dogs and typewriters were the norm. (for some of us,it still is :>) There are so many great videos of her....too many to pick, so again, spend a few minutes and discover this amazing talent. Seems like everyone in the critical world knows about her.....now its your turn. Comes Very Very Highly SMAC Recommended. Don’t be the one that misses her this time!!!

March 28 (Saturday): Ward Hayden & the Outliers click for details
(formerly Girls, Guns and Glory)
If Chris Isaac, Buddy Holly and Buck Owens started a band, it might sound like these guys! The twangy country rock and roll sounds of this fun band, is fronted by SMAC favorite and crooner Ward Hayden (we love him!) A smooth, authentic honky tonk/early rock & roll vibe with some country-folk thrown in there too...it is hard to peg these guys....but that's a good thing! An eclectic blend of musical styles that's reminiscent of Johnny Cash one minute, CCR the next, the all-male quintet mixes catchy melodies with cowboy vocals and creative percussion, hurling grit (sometimes grits) and heart into every tune. Don't miss this whole lotta fun for mud season!

April 17 ( Friday): Song Stage click for details
Featuring Abigail Lapell, and David Greely

Hosted by Carol Noonan and some backing friends, "Song Stage" is a great night of song swapping and collaboration. Artists are chosen for their uniqueness and their uniqueness from each other . On stage together all night like a songwriter round up Bluebird Cafe style. Lots of great music and banter, and a unique glimpse into these artists through their music and stories. But its the interactions and spontaneous moments with each other that can be duplicated..so don't miss it! This is SMAC at its best.

About our Song Stagers:

*Abigail Lapell ... Call it prairie noir, or Canadiana desert rock: Abigail Lapell sings haunting, gorgeous modern folk songs, mapping epic natural landscapes and deeply intimate, personal territory. The Toronto vocalist, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist has released three acclaimed solo albums. Won a Canadian Folk Music Award for Contemporary Album of the Year in 2017. Since then, Lapell has been on the road, touring across Canada, the U.S. and Europe, and playing at festivals like Pop Montreal, Mariposa, In The Dead Of Winter, Tiny Lights and Folk On The Rocks. I just love her. Take a minute to watch this video.

* David Greely... I've known David first as the as the long time founding fiddler of the Mamou Playboys. Since that chapter is over, David continues to assemble a repertoire of uncommon Cajun music. He uses old and rare tunes, new companion pieces to the old ones, and striking new melodies that meld Cajun roots with fiddle sounds he’s heard in his travels worldwide, and arranges them with novel instrumentation and rich harmonies. He is a beautiful player and songwriter and his rich French Louisiana traditions will be a welcomed addition to the night. Take a look at David's video.

* Carol Noonan ... As some of you know or don't know before SMAC, owner Carol was an acclaimed singer songwriter, touring musician. and NPR constant. Her early cult fanned folk rock band Knots and Crosses made a splash in the nineties even signing to the major label Island Records. Noonan signed with the Rounder Records label and followed up with three solo albums as the Carol Noonan Band when she began her long musical relationship with guitarists Duke Levine and Kevin Barry. "Carol Noonan's voice is scintillating... it illuminates songs and words from a bygone era that are, as timely today as ever." Ned Wharton Producer/Director NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday

April 18 ( Saturday): Mike Farris click for details
I read a review that said that ..."there aren't many current male singers who use their voices to soar, float and deliver material with the spiritual commitment of Mike Farris." I couldn't agree more. Grammy award winning MIke Farris s a truly soulful singer. If you are as tired as I am of the wimpy pop singers they are pumping out these days, than Mike Farris is the cure. I little renegade, a little Gospel, a little Sam Cooke , and a lot uniquely his own. Mike is here with his band, and we are wicked excited! Just what we need for a winter warm up! Check him out.

April 23 (Thursday): Junco CD Release Concert click for details
The local boys of Junco are returning to SMAC for a third time—this time to celebrate the release of their new CD! Friends since their high school years at Fryeburg Academy, Junco has been performing their original alternative and folk-infused rock music across northern New England for close to seven years. Since their inception, Junco has released an EP, “Waking the Sleeping Giant” (2015) and an LP, “The Night the Lake Stood Still” (2017)—both available on all music streaming services. The band’s high-energy performances, upbeat themes, and improvisational approach all add up to a feel-good, stimulating, and ever-evolving style of music. Learn more at www.juncoband.com.

April 25
( Saturday): Judith Owen click for details
The first time we saw Welch born Judith Owen, she was with Richard Thompson’s 1000 year tour that we were lucky enough to get, and she blew us away with her musicianship and artistic stage presence. Soon after she came for a solo show that was a joyful night of Judith’s brand of music…beautiful, thoughtful and sometimes silly. She is a one woman show for sure sharing her love of musical variety and melding it into a great stylistic gumbo all her own. Married to comedian actor, Harry Shearer, you can imagine her sense of humor as well was a bond for the two. She is very funny :>) on stage and off. A light side and a poignant side makes her a true artist as you will see below with these videos. I love this song, and found her doing her unique version of “In the Summertime".plus it looks so warm there!!! And here is her heart provoking song “Somebody’s Child”. Whichever side you see of Judith you will be enthralled as we have been….happy to have her back.

May 1 (Friday): Kathy Mattea click for details
Songs and Stories featuring guitarist Bill Cooley
If you have recently seen the country music doc by Ken Burns you will be reminded of Kathy ’s talents, wealth of knowledge and contribution to country music. In fact she has been charting once again since its airing, and for good reason. Grammy and CMA multiple award winner Kathy Mattea is one of country music's finest female treasures and our favorites. This special intimate show will give you a down home taste of having Kathy right in your living room. If you didn't know it, besides a great performer, she is a really warm, witty and funny gal. It will be so fun to get to know her on this special night. Bill will be a terrific addition as usual too. We welcome Kathy back to the Mountain, and remind her that the snow should be gone by then. (ask her about the night she spent in the bus, on a hill in Brownfield after a snowstorm : >) She is one of us!

May 16
(Saturday): DuoDuo Quartet click for details
Natalie Haas & Yann Falquet and Maeve Gilchrist & Nic Gareiss

Michigan-born percussive dancer Nic Gareiss and Edinburgh harpist Maeve Gilchrist toured together as part of Darol Anger's band, 'The Furies', finally making their duo debut at the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow, Scotland. Natalie Haas is one of the most sought-after cellists in Celtic music today. She and Scottish fiddler Alasdair Fraser have toured as a duo for 18 years, wowing audiences at festivals and concerts worldwide with their unique sound. Her husband, Montrealer Yann Falquet is one of the most creative acoustic guitarists in today's Québécois music scene. Over the last fifteen years, he has recorded five albums and toured the world with French Canadian power trio Genticorum. In the last few years, this husband and wife team have been performing together as a duo, performing a mix of Québécois traditional songs and new takes on folk music from throughout Western Europe.

The DuoDuo Quartet presents an unforgettable night of music, song, and dance, spanning from the intimacy of each duo to a collaboration featuring all four of these innovators and masters of their respective traditions and instruments.


FREE ADMISSION SHOW ...
May 21
(Thursday): Matt Nakoa click for details
YOU HAVE SEEN HIM WITH TOM RUSH..NOW SEE HIM SOLO!

Singer song writer and pianist MATT NAKOA grew up on a small goat farm in Smyrna, NY and began composing music as a teenager. Following a formative stint as a classical pianist, Matt won scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston. There he studied alongside soon-to-be Grammy winners St. Vincent and Esperanza Spaulding among others. After college, Matt toured with his band, The Fens, and eventually landed in New York City's vibrant piano bar scene. Matt quickly became a star performer at Manhattan's Brandy's Piano Bar, with lines outside the door each Saturday night. Matt's first solo album, Light In The Dark (2012), is an eclectic pop opus. In contrast, A Dozen Other Loves (2014), explores a simple acoustic palette. This intimate collection has earned many songwriting awards, including a win at Kerrville Folk Festival's prestigious New Folk Competition. Additionally, Matt's piano music has received favorable reviews in publications including The New York Times, and his film scoring has been featured by Disney. Matt now tours internationally, recently performing at The White House, throughout India, and regularly with folk music icon Tom Rush.

* We also ask that if possible you bring a "goods" donation for the Harvest Hills Animal Shelter.

* Ticket admission is free but you have to make a reservation with a credit card to claim your seat.( No shows will be charged 10.00 )

* Membership Passes or Packages are not applicable.

May 22 ( Friday): The Mammals click for details
THE MAMMALS ARE BACK
The Mammals is a five-piece Americana band from Woodstock, NY. "A string band at the core, The Mammals augment their sound with drums and electric guitar to create a collectively harmonized howl as thrilling and rocking as any band currently subverting folk traditions" - No Depression The band features stand-out songwriters Mike Merenda and Ruth Ungar (sometimes known as Mike + Ruthy) lifted by a thrilling rhythm section of bass, drums and pedal steel. "The Mammals don't suffer from multiple genre syndrome, they celebrate it as if gleefully aware that the sound barriers separating old-timey music, vintage pop and contemporary folk are as permeable as cotton." - Washington Post You can watch them here in this fun video .

May 27 ( Wednesday): Bob Marley (comedian) click for details
We just can't book enough shows to satisfy Bob’s ever growing audience. And for good reason. Bob is not just our Maine comedian, he is one of the funniest people in the current world of comedy. His viral videos have thrust him into further popularity as one of the hottest and most sought after comedians in the country. But we are lucky he will still come to us! You know'em, you love'm...more than 15 years as a stand-up comic, Maine's own Bob Marley has been featured in his own special on Comedy Central, and is one of the few comics to do the complete late night TV circuit: The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Craig Kilborn. But all those accolades aside, he is just one of us, and we can't get enough of him. Expect yet another sell out.

May 29 ( Friday): Judy Collins click for details
We are honored once again to present this beautiful icon of folk music to our humble hall on the hill. Judy's songs are historic and her rendition of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now" on her classic 1967 album, Wildflowers. "Both Sides Now" has since been entered into the Grammy's Hall of Fame. Winning "Song of the Year" at the 1975 Grammy's Awards show was Judy's version of "Send in the Clowns," a song that no one has been able to touch since. An Evening with Judy Collins...how special. Oh, and p. s... she tells the best stories!!!!

May 30 ( Saturday): Judy Collins click for details
This is a Benefit Show for MSSPA (Maine's Horse Rescue)
We are honored once again to present this beautiful icon of folk music to our humble hall on the hill. Judy's songs are historic and her rendition of Joni Mitchell's "Both Sides Now" on her classic 1967 album, Wildflowers. "Both Sides Now" has since been entered into the Grammy's Hall of Fame. Winning "Song of the Year" at the 1975 Grammy's Awards show was Judy's version of "Send in the Clowns," a song that no one has been able to touch since. An Evening with Judy Collins...how special. Oh, and p. s... she tells the best stories!!!!

About the MSSPA:
In Nearby Windham, they do such great work. On a personal note, we had many years with a MSSPA pony and we are happy to help support their relentless work in providing refuge, rehabilitation, and placement for abused and neglected horses in Maine.

June 5
( Friday): An Evening with The Maine Cabin Masters click for details
Maine's Own TV Stars from the DIY Network
Join us for a special and engaging panel event with the stars of the hit-TV show who will share details about their current camp renovations and what surprises to expect for the upcoming season on the DIY Network! Guests will be invited to ask the crew questions about their projects, past episodes, partnerships with local Maine businesses and more!. A meet and greet reception will follow the panel in the old lobby barn. Stay and tip'em back with Chase, Ryan, Ashley, Jedi and Dixie...for autographs, live music (TBD) photos and Maine Cabin Masters merch! Oh, and maybe they will have some ideas for our old house..and yours!!! We are all wicked excited to have them here....Geesh real Maine tv stars!!! This is an encore visit…their last date with us was a blast!!!! Check them out here and watch their latest episode.


July 9 ( Thursday): Bob Marley (comedian) click for details
We just can't book enough shows to satisfy Bob’s ever growing audience. And for good reason. Bob is not just our Maine comedian, he is one of the funniest people in the current world of comedy. His viral videos have thrust him into further popularity as one of the hottest and most sought after comedians in the country. But we are lucky he will still come to us! You know'em, you love'm...more than 15 years as a stand-up comic, Maine's own Bob Marley has been featured in his own special on Comedy Central, and is one of the few comics to do the complete late night TV circuit: The Late Show with David Letterman, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Craig Kilborn. But all those accolades aside, he is just one of us, and we can't get enough of him. Expect yet another sell out.

July 10 (Friday): An Evening with Tom Rush Accompanied by Matt Nakoa details
Since Tom Rush's 1962 debut as an unknown folk-blues musician on the Boston/Cambridge music scene, he has established himself as a consummate performer and singer-songwriter. A few years back, a sold out celebration of his five-decade career anniversary at Boston Symphony Hall proves his fan loyalty and endurance. When you think of the importance of the folk scene in the 60's you should think of Tom. These days he is just as vital and entertaining. We welcome him back with a big hug!

July 11 ( Saturday): Paula Poundstone click for details
Wooohoooo..she's back again.....our favorite funny girl. An NPR darling, heard on Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, Paula has been making us laugh almost every year since we have opened. From her comedy specials, to her live shows, she is hysterical, witty, and her improv with the crowd is the highlight of the evening. A quick sell out every time, so get your ticket early!

July 14 ( Tuesday): We Banjo 3 click for details
Okay, anyone who hasn't seen this band is DEPRIVED!!!! To say it is the highlight of our year when this band is here, is an understatement. Don't let the name fool ya....these handsome Irish boys are not all about the banjo! We love them!! "It's as if the Punch Brothers, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas and the Chieftains all got together for a battle of the bands but decided to pool their resources instead. The future of World Music has arrived." - Elmore Magazine

One of the best live acts to come out of Ireland in recent years is the multi-awarded winning We Banjo 3. With a 7 time all Ireland banjo champ, a 4 time banjo champ, and another member who is an all Ireland champ on both fiddle and Bodhran, and with a passionate lead vocalist like a young Springsteen adopted by the Chieftans, the result is truly unforgettable. On both sides of the Atlantic the word is out about this group.

WB3 has performed for President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny and has headlined virtually every major US Celtic fest for several years in a row. Now the band is rapidly gaining favor in the Bluegrass and Americana world as evidenced by their invites to Merlefest, ROMP Fest, Sisters Folk Fest, Old Settlers Fest, Four Corners Fest and others. They are Rising Stars!! Be part of their early journey!

July 15 (Wednesday): We Banjo 3 click for details
Okay, anyone who hasn't seen this band is DEPRIVED!!!! To say it is the highlight of our year when this band is here, is an understatement. Don't let the name fool ya....these handsome Irish boys are not all about the banjo! We love them!! "It's as if the Punch Brothers, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas and the Chieftains all got together for a battle of the bands but decided to pool their resources instead. The future of World Music has arrived." - Elmore Magazine

One of the best live acts to come out of Ireland in recent years is the multi-awarded winning We Banjo 3. With a 7 time all Ireland banjo champ, a 4 time banjo champ, and another member who is an all Ireland champ on both fiddle and Bodhran, and with a passionate lead vocalist like a young Springsteen adopted by the Chieftans, the result is truly unforgettable. On both sides of the Atlantic the word is out about this group.

WB3 has performed for President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny and has headlined virtually every major US Celtic fest for several years in a row. Now the band is rapidly gaining favor in the Bluegrass and Americana world as evidenced by their invites to Merlefest, ROMP Fest, Sisters Folk Fest, Old Settlers Fest, Four Corners Fest and others. They are Rising Stars!! Be part of their early journey!

July 17 ( Friday): The Quebe Sisters click for details
When these gals were in their teens I used to say they were "Music's best kept secret....If Bob Wills married one of the Andrew sisters, and they had thee girls this would be the result" I had literally been trying to get them since we opened., Now they all grown up and touring the country with that Quebe Sisters' mix of beautiful three part harmonies with equally beautiful three part fiddle playing, in that classic western swing style. Though they are still young for this old time music scene, they play like they lived it and are backed by a great core of players to keep that vintage country and swing beat going strong. I believe it is one of the best shows we will present here. I think Marty says it best: "It's an honor to live on the same planet as the Quebe Sisters Band. They represent everything that I love about pure American music and I'm probably their biggest fan." Ahem, sorry Marty, we maybe challenging that title!!! Take a minute to watch this video of their performance on Marty's show in 2015

July 31
( Friday): David Bromberg click for details
For Americana godfather David Bromberg, it all began with the blues. His incredible journey spans five-and-a-half decades, and includes - but is not limited to - adventures with Bob Dylan, George Harrison, Jerry Garcia, and music and life lessons from seminal blues guitarist Reverend Gary Davis, who claimed the young Bromberg as a son. A musician' s musician, Bromberg' s mastery of several stringed instruments (guitar, fiddle, Dobro, mandolin), and multiple styles is legendary, leading Dr. John to declare him an American icon. Back with his quintet, we are so happy to host this important musician.

August 1
(Saturday): Stone Mountain LIVE Anniversary Show click for details
Our Annual Support SMAC Show and Auction
Featuring in Concert Carol Noonan, the Stone Mountain Boys with Irish band TEADA

If you love us, this is a way to show it!!! Its no secret that SMAC needs a little help now and then. Its not easy to bring music up here all year long. Some shows will sell and some some won't, so you need a safety net for that. Consequently we do a few shows a year that provide that safety net. Not to mention all the improvements we can make with your support. We did so much last year with your help!

The music will be amazing.... Adding Irish Greats TEADA and our "Boys" including guitar Gods, Duke Levine and Kevin Barry are just not to be missed.

About Teada: We just love this Irish trad band..They are good friends and we have been honored to continue to bring them here to us when they cross the ocean. There are many Irish bands out there, but none that give the full and true Irish experience like these trad musicians. When they play you feel like you are in a Doolin Village pub on a Sunday afternoon, but at the same time you could be hearing them on a global stage somewhere around the world representing their country's music. The Irish Times lauded the band for "keeping the traditional flag flying at full mast," Téada welcomed a sixth member to the line-up in legendary West Kerry singer and accordionist Séamus Begley, winner of 2013 TG4 Traditional Singer of the Year. He is ne of the most moving Irish singers I have ever heard and the band is just joyous. Come to stomp your feet and close your eyes and be transcended by Téada.

It will be a special night, and lots of special items will be auctioned off too and a live auction hosted by "Nigel Hoggsbottem", aka Mike Miclon. Items like season passes, autographed items, tickets, cool items donated by local businesses...and more...so bring your checkbook and support SMAC. We are here for you and we support many great causes all year long too...we hope that love comes around to us as well. We hope to see all our regulars!!

Tabs? Please note: Because of the fund raising nature of this show, the use of Membership Passes is discouraged but are certainly applicable. You guys already support us a lot, so we will leave it up to you to use your tab for this one or not :> )

August 11 (Tuesday): Mary Chapin Carpenter click for details
Five-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Mary Chapin Carpenter will return to SMAC once again, for two nights! Always a sell out..of course!!!

August 12 (Wednesday): Mary Chapin Carpenter click for details
This show supports the Harvest Hills Animal Shelter
Five-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Mary Chapin Carpenter will return to us here on the hill once again. Always a sell out..of course!!!

This show helps to benefit the Harvest Hills Animal Shelter in Fryeburg Maine. This is our local shelter for animals who no one wants and keeps them forever. WE have had many pets from them over ther years. Great folks, who always need support.

Note: Sorry, SMAC memberships not applicable for this benefit show.

August 14
(Friday): Paula Poundstone click for details
Wooohoooo..she's back again.....our favorite funny girl. An NPR darling, heard on Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, Paula has been making us laugh almost every year since we have opened. From her comedy specials, to her live shows, she is hysterical, witty, and her improv with the crowd is the highlight of the evening. A quick sell out every time, so get your ticket early!

August 15 (Saturday): John Gorka click for details
Since his 1987 Red House release, I Know, introduced renowned artist John Gorka to the public, the Minnesota-via-New Jersey guitarist and songwriter's wit and honesty has made him one of the most respected, beloved songwriters currently carrying on the folk tradition. Many well known artists have recorded and/or performed John Gorka songs, including Mary Chapin Carpenter, Nanci Griffith, Mary Black and Maura O'Connell. John has graced the stage of Austin City Limits, Mountain Stage, etown and has appeared on CNN. His song "Where No Monuments Stand" is featured in the upcoming documentary Every War Has Two Losers, about activist Poet Laureate William Stafford (1914-1993).

On a personal note... He is just wicked funny and I am always sad when his show is over. Come see one of the most honest and endearing performers I know. Here is a song of his that I love. It's sad and beautiful. But that's John...makes you feel when you should.

August 19 (Wednesday): Ladysmith Black Mambazo click for details
We are so excited to have this amazing group here and their message is morew than welcome South Africa's Ladysmith Black Mambazo was founded in the early 1960s by Joseph Shabalala, then a teenage farm boy living on the lands just outside the small town of Ladysmith, in the province of kwaZulu Natal, half way between Johannesburg and Durban. Joseph used his hometown's name to honor his family's history. In early 1969, with four brothers and three cousins, Joseph had the voices he long dreamed of his group having. At that point Ladysmith Black Mambazo began their true musical journey.

A radio broadcast in 1970 opened the door to their first record contract, the beginning of an ambitious recording career that currently includes more than seventy albums, earning nineteen GRAMMY Award nominations and five GRAMMY Award wins. Singing For Peace Around The World. Not just a CD title but a statement of the group's career mission. It was Nelson Mandela who designated Ladysmith Black Mambazo "South Africa's Cultural Ambassadors to the world." It is a moniker the group members hold close to their hearts. During the 1970's Ladysmith Black Mambazo established themselves as the most successful singing group in South Africa. In the mid-1980s, American singer/songwriter Paul Simon visited South Africa and incorporated the group's rich harmonies into the famous Graceland album (1986) - a landmark recording that was considered seminal in introducing world music to mainstream audiences.

In addition to their work with Paul Simon, Ladysmith Black Mambazo has recorded with Stevie Wonder, Dolly Parton, Sarah McLachlan, Josh Groban, Emmylou Harris, Melissa Etheridge, and many others. They have provided music for many movies, have appeared on Broadway where they were nominated for a Tony Award and even had a documentary film, titled On Tip Toe: Gentle Steps to Freedom, the Story of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, nominated for an Academy Award.

Ladysmith Black Mambazo carries a message of Peace, Love and Harmony as they travel the world year after year. They bring this message, in song and dance, to every theater they perform in. We hope you will join them as they sing their message. Watch this video and be reminded of how voices can move you. A quick sell out!

August 20 (Thursday): Ladysmith Black Mambazo click for details
This Show Supports Our Own Brownfield Public Library
We are so excited to have this amazing group here and their message is morew than welcomeSouth Africa's Ladysmith Black Mambazo was founded in the early 1960s by Joseph Shabalala, then a teenage farm boy living on the lands just outside the small town of Ladysmith, in the province of kwaZulu Natal, half way between Johannesburg and Durban. Joseph used his hometown's name to honor his family's history. In early 1969, with four brothers and three cousins, Joseph had the voices he long dreamed of his group having. At that point Ladysmith Black Mambazo began their true musical journey.

A radio broadcast in 1970 opened the door to their first record contract, the beginning of an ambitious recording career that currently includes more than seventy albums, earning nineteen GRAMMY Award nominations and five GRAMMY Award wins. Singing For Peace Around The World. Not just a CD title but a statement of the group's career mission. It was Nelson Mandela who designated Ladysmith Black Mambazo "South Africa's Cultural Ambassadors to the world." It is a moniker the group members hold close to their hearts. During the 1970's Ladysmith Black Mambazo established themselves as the most successful singing group in South Africa. In the mid-1980s, American singer/songwriter Paul Simon visited South Africa and incorporated the group's rich harmonies into the famous Graceland album (1986) - a landmark recording that was considered seminal in introducing world music to mainstream audiences.

In addition to their work with Paul Simon, Ladysmith Black Mambazo has recorded with Stevie Wonder, Dolly Parton, Sarah McLachlan, Josh Groban, Emmylou Harris, Melissa Etheridge, and many others. They have provided music for many movies, have appeared on Broadway where they were nominated for a Tony Award and even had a documentary film, titled On Tip Toe: Gentle Steps to Freedom, the Story of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, nominated for an Academy Award.

Ladysmith Black Mambazo carries a message of Peace, Love and Harmony as they travel the world year after year. They bring this message, in song and dance, to every theater they perform in. We hope you will join them as they sing their message. Watch this video and be reminded of how voices can move you. A quick sell out!

*About The Brownfield Public Library: It says something about a town when it has a library. And ours may not be mighty in size, but we mightily need it for our community. Its a place where folks can checkout the latest and the classic books oh yes, people still read, and libraries help to encourage that.

October 11 ( Sunday): Election 2020 with Capitol Steps click for details
These folks will have lots of material just before the big the election of 2020 They are back, and just in time for more election results! They Put the MOCK in Democracy. Music and political satire by The Capitol Steps, the Washington-based troupe of Congressional staffers turned songwriters. This was one of the first acts I booked when we first opened..it's like having good friends visiting when they are here. And don't we all need a good laugh when it comes to politics these days? Only one show, and last years show sold out by summertime! So don't wait!

   
 
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