AUGUST 11, 2018 • 12–8 • Norway, Maine

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Live Music & Entertainment.

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!

 

Stream Reggae

52 Collinwood Circle

Windham, Maine USA 04062

207-892-2957 or 207-831-2715

nyahh@myfairpoint.net

 

 

From Western Maine, Pond Skum features the vocal harmonies of Jayne Pearson and Annie Rambeau, with Jon Phillips on acoustic guitar. Come enjoy their simple arrangements of indie folk and pop songs for the heart and soul.

 

Pond Skum

Norway, Maine

 

Facebook: facebook.com/pondskumband

 

 

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.

 

The Cobblestones

Norway, Maine

 

Facebook: facebook.com/pondskumband

Website: www.thecobblestones

 

 

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

Norway, Maine

 

Facebook: facebook.com/SingepoleMountainBand

Website: singepolemountainband.webs.com

 

 

Earthfunk came together in Norway, Maine with band members Oen Kennedy - Guitar, Rusty Wiltjer - percussion, and Colin Thompkins - Bass.

 

Earthfunk

Norway, Maine

 

 

 

 

The Youngerbloods "They'll thrill you and make you want to twist the night away!"

 

When dynamic singer/songwriter and cabaret performer, 'Mama' Meg met Melvin Gradiz, a blues guitarist fresh from New Orleans, sparks flew. While starting a family together, the duo began writing original music and building a repertoire of 1960's-70's Memphis/Soul/Funk covers. Inspired by great duo acts such as Sam & Dave, Ike & Tina Turner, and Otis Redding & Carla Thomas, their on-stage chemistry and energetic performances have wowed crowds around the state.

 

The Youngerbloods band also features the talents of exuberant drummer (and snappy dresser) Marcus Kapp, European funk bassist Ana Seifridsberger, and the incomparable "Saxy" Bruce Couillard on tenor saxophone.

 

The Youngerbloods
Norway, Maine

 

Facebook: facebook.com/pg/TheYoungerbloods/

Website: singepolemountainband.webs.com

Email: youngerbloodsband@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

“"I'm pretty lucky that I travel around the world and always find one guy in a city who lives there and knows the place. I just went to Mexico City and went to the coolest taco place. For me food is really life. It's the most important thing to eat right, so that's where I like to spend money."

Boys Noize

Foothills Food Festival

Longley Square, 413 Main Street
Norway, Maine

Mailing: CEBE, 447 Main Street
Norway, Maine 04268

AUGUST 11, 2018 • 12–8 • Norway, Maine

“"I'm pretty lucky that I travel around the world and always find one guy in a city who lives there and knows the place. I just went to Mexico City and went to the coolest taco place. For me food is really life. It's the most important thing to eat right, so that's where I like to spend money."