New England-based, T Max is a man of many hats (literally and figuratively). He's the singer/ songwriter/ storyteller who ran The Noise, New England's longest-running music magazine. He also founded Boston Rock Opera, where he produced and acted in Jesus Christ Supertar, wrote two folk-rock operas, released nine solo albums, produced Boston Rock 'n' Roll Trading Cards, was the music director for Project Eno, a tribute to Brian Eno, lectured on marketing music media at Emerson College, was a fine artist in wood, is an art photographer, graphic artist. And to show that he's not just interested in fields of art, he placed 4th playing chess in the US Open in 1988. New England music legend Willie "Loco" Alexander says, "T Max is a man from another century, like Ben Franklin or Ian Whitcomb, a man of a thousand voices - and hats. His music runs the gamut of standards to scat—creating songs from the lost jukeboxes of time. Amen."
At the market: June 30, August 4, September 8
Bob retired after 35 years as a heating & plumbing tech. His musical career started when he was 19. He studied music for a couple of years before actually going out and gigging. He was playing guitar but was in demand as a vocalist playing bass guitar. He was on the road for about 4 years and one day decided to settle down playing weekends . Right now he's playing a synthesized keyboard, which gives him a mini band sound, and covers a lot of local farmers markets.
At the market: June 16, July 21, August 11
Singer and songwriter Jon Waterman entertains audiences with a mix of originals and original interpretations of roots-rock, classic rock and blues standards. A versatile performer who has made music his life, Jon has been performing in clubs, listening rooms, festivals and smaller outdoor markets throughout New England for the past 15 years. In 2018 he released his CD “Grainy Days,” a collection of 13 original songs. The music is available through Spotify, iTunes, Bandcamp, and CD Baby, as well as on Jon's website www.jonwaterman.com.
At the market: June 23, July 28, August 18
Lindsay Straw is a Boston-based singer, guitarist, and Irish bouzouki player who performs traditional songs and tunes from the British Isles. She has drawn praise for her tender singing voice, extensive repertoire, and sensitive, agile accompaniment style. Her latest album is a collection of woman-positive traditional songs titled “The Fairest Flower of Womankind”, released in April 2017
At the market: July 14
Winner of the Boston Folk Festival's Songwriter Contest and dual Creativity Award recipient from Salem State University, Molly Pinto Madigan is a young songwriter who has earned praise for her angelic voice. Filled with smoke and roses, heartbreak and beauty and unrelenting hope, her songs combine haunting melodies with raw, poetic lyrics to create an intimate and evocative listening experience.
At the market: August 25, September 1, September 15
It was February 9, 1964 on or about 8:05 PM and Ed Sullivan announced—“and now—The Beatles” . . .
That pretty much started it off.
Performing throughout New Hampshire since the 1970’s over the years Bob has performed in many different groups and as a solo artist. Utilizing guitar, banjo and ukulele as his main instruments Bob performs original and contemporary acoustic music as well as an assortment of early to mid 20th Century Tin Pan Alley and Island songs and has appeared at many community events in the area. Additionally, Bob maintains a robust schedule leading contemporary worship in area churches and performing at Assisted Living Facilities throughout Southern NH and Northern Ma.
At the market: July 7