AUGUST 10, 2019 • Norway, Maine
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The arts, live music, dance and poetry are alive in the western foothils of Maine. The Foothills Food Festival will showcase much of that talent in celebration of building our local food system together, one carrot at a time. Join the revolution!
Stream Reggae is Maine's premier reggae band offering music from the heart and soul of the Caribbean. Immerse yourself in their original compositions. Enjoy the deep roots reggae, soca, dancehall and zouk styles. Reggae music was formed in jamaica during the 1960s and developed from ska and rocksteady. Reggaes lyrical content maintained much of its focus on love as like with the lyrics of rocksteady, but during the 1970s some recordings began to focus on more social and religious themes which coincided with the rise of the rastafarian movement. The band has released their 2nd CD "Mission of Love." Check It Out!
52 Collinwood Circle
Windham, Maine USA 04062
207-892-2957 or 207-831-2715
The Cobblestones are a local band who got their start in 2015 at Tucker's Pub when Carolyn and Mike met at an open mic and decided to give it a go as a duo. Since that time the band has blossomed into a four-, sometimes five-piece band that offers acoustic rock and Americana music with tight harmonies. They play throughout Western and Southern Maine, but love playing for the hometown crowd more than anything! This year the band will play as a quartet, with Carolyn Costanzi (vocals), Mike Plourde (guitar and vocals), Ken Lloyd (bass) and Mark Plourde (percussion). They are looking forward to the second annual Foothills Food Festival.
Singepole Mountain Band is currently a four/five piece band playing highly experimental, improvisational music based on funk, rock, jazz and blues. Using improvisation as their vehicle, Singepole Mountain Band can take you to places you've never been before; their music can be intense and full of emotion, bringing listeners to exciting and sometimes terrifying places, but also embodies the beauty of life and can be graceful and full of harmony. Band members include Kale Churchill - Keyboards & Guitar, Jake Redgate - Guitar & Saxophone, Brooks Belanger - Drums, and Bryon Harris - Bass.
Singepole Mountain Band
Earthfunk came together in Norway, Maine with band members Oen Kennedy - Guitar, Rusty Wiltjer - percussion, and Colin Thompkins - Bass.
Bold Riley started as a simple music project among friends, but quickly gained momentum thanks to the group’s contagious enthusiasm and commitment to bringing joyful acoustic folk music to the greater community. Comprising members from all over southern Maine, the group is known for its soaring vocal harmonies and diverse instrumentation. Fiddle, guitar, banjo, accordion, bass and an ever expanding list of percussion allow Bold Riley to provide a wide range of music to its listeners. Members take turns singing lead, and songs range from classic folk favorites to unlikely covers to rousing originals. With the release of their self-titled EP in 2015 and performances at Stone Mountain Arts Center, Common Ground Fair, and other local venues, Bold Riley is making a new and exuberant contribution to Maine’s folk music scene.
Latch is a band of kids ranging from 13 to 15 years of age.. They would love to show other kids there is more to life than video games and cell phones, to pick up an instrument and to play. Band Members are Tyler Bosse on drums, Hunter Bosse on bass guitar, Camden Colby guitar and vocals, and Leah Licata vocals and tambourine.