For a different flavor, try Thursday nights at the Stone Church Meeting House in Newmarket. This music is not the usual GBS concert repitiore, but it will get you warmed up for the more erudite Nottingham Great Bay Sailor concert coming up
You are invited to :
A Celebration of Songs and Tunes in the Maritime Tradition
As performed by:
Great Bay Sailor
Time: Saturday, March 9, 2013. 7:30PM to 9:30PM.
Yet another clip from “Stay Tuned”, Shawn Henderson’s radio show turned TV program. I’ll keep you posted as to when the whole episode airs. Thanks also to Steve Kowel for assisting in the in studio filming. Boy do I wish I could change this thumbnail image!
Shawn Henderson, a fellow DJ and show host at WSCA 106.1, invited GBS to stop in and play a few songs live in the studio. This is not unusual. It is the theme of his “Stay Tuned” radio show. He and his crew turned the radio show into a television show, and here is a cut from the upcoming show. I’m really pleased with the result. Jim Prendergast sure plays a mean guitar. Thanks Shawn and “Stay Tuned” for more….
We will miss Elysium Arts Folk Club. Thanks Joe Simes for all his hard work keeping the club open for so long. It was as close to an authentic 60′s style folk “coffee house” as could be found anywhere. We were always blessed by a full house during our Yuletide concert series. Here are some photos from that show in 2011
One of our favorite shows of 2012 was at the Phippsburg Congregational Church located on a beautiful hill by the ocean in Phippsburg, ME. Part of their community outreach is a popular folk concert series. Maritime musician and historian Bob Webb brought us up to this venue to share with the Mainers what a bunch of Portsmouth musicians could do. It was a great show and, like most sailors, we hope to return someday.
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