2018 Music

2018 Music Calendar

These wonderful musicians will be joining us at the Market this season, and will be with us from 3:00 – 6:00!

If you’d like to come play on a date that is open, please get in touch by email, & put Music in the subject line:    ShelburneFallsFarmersMarket@gmail.com

(Please note: there is no electricity on site.)

25 May

TubaLove & Friends

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Back with us to open the Market this year are Rob Skelton, Kevin Smith, and friends — and their good time groovy tuba-enhanced soundscape with catchy melodies

 

  01 June

Sonny Crawford

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playing traditional folk music on fiddle and banjo

 

 

 

08 June

Serenata Mandolin Trio
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 Serenata Mandolin Trio plays music for 2 mandolins and guitar from the four decades surrounding 1900 on antique instruments. That time has been called the “Golden Era” of the mandolin. They’ll play Italian, American, and Italian-American dances and arrangements from that time, along with a little ragtime and a few Tin Pan Alley numbers. Serenata Mandolin Trio is: Peggy Hart and Chris Stetson, mandolins; Eliza D’Agostino, guitar.

15 June

Claire Dacey
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Claire Dacey is a folk singer-songwriter, instrumentalist, naturalist/ecologist, visual artist, teacher On this site you can f ind out more about Claire:

 

 

 22 June — Shelburne’s 250th Anniversary Celebration!

Kevin Jones

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Kevin’s performances are mainstream jazz — standards, swing, blues Latin, etc.
Live guitar and voice, and digital accompaniments.

For more pictures and a number of sample tunes, go to:

www.gigsalad.com/kevin_jones_iband_hadley

29 June

Lui Collins
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Lui Collins will be back with us today. She has been performing, writing and recording for over 40 years, earning international acclaim for her music. Her repertoire, accompanied on tenor ukulele and banjo, ranges from original and traditional folk songs and American standards to bossa nova in the original Brazilian Portuguese. She’s made 16 CD’s, performed on others’ projects, and shared the stage with such folk-world notables as Tom Rush, Bonnie Raitt, and Stan Rogers.

Lui has been hailed by the Boston Herald as a “folksinger for our times” and by the Boston Globe as “one of New England’s first and brightest stars.”  She was voted third most popular performer at the Champlain Valley Festival in 1992, along with Pete Seeger and French Canadian band La Bottine Souriante.  Renowned guitarist Dave van Ronk called her “one of the best guitarist-arrangers I have heard in years.”  Canadian folk icon Stan Rogers quipped, “Lui sings my songs better than I do,” and Waterbug Records’ Andrew Calhoun claims, “Lui’s got the juju!”

In a parallel musical adventure, Collins founded Upside-Up Music and began teaching family music classes in 2003.  She is currently up to her ears adapting her Kids’ Jam curriculum for homeschoolers and other families-at-a-distance, as Upside-Up’s Music at Home.

www.luicollins.com

06 July

TubaLove & Friends

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Rob Skelton, Kevin Smith, Lowell LaPorte and friends!

 

13 July

Piper Pichette

Pichette-Piper-e1472041783698-244x300Piper Pichette approaches the harp in a variety of ways, from storytelling and healing, through genres including classical, jazz, and popular music, as well as original pieces. After graduating from Pioneer Valley Performing Arts, she played harp in jazz ensembles as she studied voice at Greenfield Community College. Harpist Rosemary Caine was her first mentor and teacher, inspiring her to continue studies at Berklee College of Music, under Felice Pomeranz and Maeve Gilchrist. She graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in Professional Music. Since 2003, she has performed professionally for weddings, memorials, and special events at galleries and museums, throughout New England. In 2015, her musical “Road to Canterbury” was performed at the Mutton and Mead Medieval Festival, and “Celtic Christmas” in 2017 for Silverthorne Theater. As “The Pied Harpist”, Piper has been heard at such varied venues as City Stage, Wisteriahurst, Chandler’s, the Academy of Music, Waterford Hotel (Lord Jeff), and special events at Jonathan Edward’s First Church in Northampton. She is a member of ASCAP, the Pioneer Valley Harper’s Guild, and has been interviewed by Michael Pollit on WMUA, Jackie Rose on 107.9 WMCB, and most recently on FCAT’s “The Song” by Mary Wheelan. Piper gives private lessons in the harp for multiple levels of learning with harps available for lease to own.

the.pied.harpist@gmail.com

20 July

Tim Van Egmond

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Folksinger and storyteller Tim Van Egmond weaves together songs, tunes, and tales – moving easily from a rousing singalong or a toe-tapping tune to a gripping story. He accompanies himself on a wide variety of traditional instruments, including hammered dulcimer, mountain dulcimer, mouth bow, and limberjack (a dancing wooden puppet that taps out a rhythm on a paddle board). His spellbinding talent, dynamic style, and engaging warmth create a magical experience for all ages.

Contact info:    (413) 367-9304     www.timvanegmond.com   tim@timvanegmond.com

27 July — Children’s Day

Today, Musica Franklin will start off the afternoon, then from 4:30 – 5:30, The Ukulele Family will be playing a set or two!

Musica Franklin

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“Musica Franklin offers a free intensive music program where students learn social and academic skills while experiencing the joy of making music together. We believe that the pursuit of musical excellence teaches students to strive for excellence in all areas of their lives. Musica Franklin is modeled on El Sistema, a hugely successful music and social change program started in Venezuela 40 years ago. El Sistema is now practiced all over the world, helping to lift up children and their families.”

http://musicafranklin.org/

The Ukulele Family

Find out more about The Ukulele Family at:

03 August

Kevin Jones

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Kevin’s performances are mainstream jazz — standards, swing, blues Latin, etc.
Live guitar and voice, and digital accompaniments.

For more pictures and a number of sample tunes, go to:

www.gigsalad.com/kevin_jones_iband_hadley

10 August

The Artful Codgers

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The Artful Codgers— Joe Blumenthal, David Fersh, Art Fuleihan and Brian Johnson—hail from Western Mass. Their variety of music and engaging  stage patter have entertained audiences at many local venues.

Playing guitars, banjo, mandolin, fiddle and bass, the boys perform ( both originals and covers) folk, blues, bluegrass, classic rock and roll, and more.

17 August

Piper Pichette

Pichette-Piper-e1472041783698-244x300Piper Pichette approaches the harp in a variety of ways, from storytelling and healing, through genres including classical, jazz, and popular music, as well as original pieces. After graduating from Pioneer Valley Performing Arts, she played harp in jazz ensembles as she studied voice at Greenfield Community College. Harpist Rosemary Caine was her first mentor and teacher, inspiring her to continue studies at Berklee College of Music, under Felice Pomeranz and Maeve Gilchrist. She graduated magna cum laude with a BFA in Professional Music. Since 2003, she has performed professionally for weddings, memorials, and special events at galleries and museums, throughout New England. In 2015, her musical “Road to Canterbury” was performed at the Mutton and Mead Medieval Festival, and “Celtic Christmas” in 2017 for Silverthorne Theater. As “The Pied Harpist”, Piper has been heard at such varied venues as City Stage, Wisteriahurst, Chandler’s, the Academy of Music, Waterford Hotel (Lord Jeff), and special events at Jonathan Edward’s First Church in Northampton. She is a member of ASCAP, the Pioneer Valley Harper’s Guild, and has been interviewed by Michael Pollit on WMUA, Jackie Rose on 107.9 WMCB, and most recently on FCAT’s “The Song” by Mary Wheelan. Piper gives private lessons in the harp for multiple levels of learning with harps available for lease to own.

the.pied.harpist@gmail.com

 

24 August — Customer Appreciation Day

Sue Kranz

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Sue Kranz is a lover of music from all genres. A gifted singer-songwriter, guitarist and flutist, she has been performing since the age of 15 in a wide range of venues, from coffeehouses to classrooms. A world traveler who has collaborated musically from Peru to Nepal, Sue recently returned from Spain where she walked the Camino de Santiago with her flute, sharing music and jamming along the way.

Sue has released three recordings of original songs and covers and one CD with Ben Tousley. Sharing music with others is her greatest source of happiness.

suerkranz@gmail.com

 

31 August

Claire Dacey
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Claire Dacey is a folk singer-songwriter, instrumentalist, naturalist/ecologist, visual artist, teacher On this site you can f ind out more about Claire:

 

07 September

Kevin Keady

 

14 September

Kevin Jones

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Kevin’s performances are mainstream jazz — standards, swing, blues Latin, etc.
Live guitar and voice, and digital accompaniments.

For more pictures and a number of sample tunes, go to:

www.gigsalad.com/kevin_jones_iband_hadley

21 September

Violet Walker

IMG_4043For much more than 50 years, Violet Walker has been making music on a bunch of different instruments (and singing), but playing the Musical Saw is her real passion. It makes perfect sense that Violet would find and master a musical instrument that mimics a singing soprano, a mezzo or even a full rich alto sound.  For over twenty five years she made a mark for herself as a children’s entertainer primarily as a clown, and has delighted thousands of children, young and old, with her antics.  Since clowns tend to do or try to do things that others wouldn’t want to, she decided to make unusual music on a common carpenter’s saw.  By applying her magic touch and a cello bow, she creates a very unique sound.  She plays vintage tunes, jazz and classical pieces as she creates beautiful smooth, some say unearthly music on her Saw.  Often unaccompanied, but sometimes with an ensemble, you will hear joyous, brooding, sultry, stirring and familiar music.  She says you’ll like it. Violet has performed across the Northeast and locally at museum and gallery openings, on the streets of Northampton, Greenfield, Shelburne Falls, in churches, hospitals, with orchestras, and a variety of bands.

28 September — Fiber Day

Parlicium

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Parlicium is an indie rock band made up of two homeschoolers from the Pioneer Valley, featuring Kim Chin-Gibbons on lead guitar, drums, and vocals, and Tobias LaMontagne on acoustic guitar, drums, and lead vocals. With soft, sweet melodies, and versatile instrumentation, their influences go back to variations of folk and roots rock. (Photo by Julian Parker-Burns)

 

05 October

The Super PAC Band

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The Super PAC Band (Passionate About Community!)
Our  waltzes and foot-tappin’ tunes hail from Appalachia, Scandinavia, Ireland and New England, including the Connecticut River Valley.

 

12 October — Apples & Cider Day

The Ukulele Family

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19 October

TBA

26 October

Sonny Crawford

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playing traditional folk music on fiddle and banjo

 

18 November — Autumn Market

Set 1: Pat and Tex LaMountain (11:00 – 1:00)

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Pat & Tex LaMountain have been singing and writing their unique upbeat Americana flavored songs for four decades. Influenced by folk, country, bluegrass, pop, rock, and swing, they present a seasoned blend of melody, message and harmony featuring Pat’s crystal clear vocals and Tex’s tenor voice and unique guitar picking style. . Their music is inspired by their daily lives, family, personal relationships and their ongoing spiritual journeys.

They have eight albums and a lifetime of performances to their credit, including festivals, clubs, coffeehouses, community concerts, radio, television documentaries and films.

www.patandtex.com

Set 2:  (1:00 – 3:00)  Tim Van Egmond

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Folksinger and storyteller Tim Van Egmond weaves together songs, tunes, and tales – moving easily from a rousing singalong or a toe-tapping tune to a gripping story. He accompanies himself on a wide variety of traditional instruments, including hammered dulcimer, mountain dulcimer, mouth bow, and limberjack (a dancing wooden puppet that taps out a rhythm on a paddle board). His spellbinding talent, dynamic style, and engaging warmth create a magical experience for all ages.

Contact info:    (413) 367-9304     www.timvanegmond.com   tim@timvanegmond.com