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Steve Forbert
Thursday, May 28 • 8pm

Femi Kuti & The Positive Force
Saturday, June 6 • 9pm

Charlie Hunter Trio
Thursday, June 11, 8pm
May 28:
Steve Forbert
May 31:
Song for the EARTH
June 5:
Martin Sexton
June 6:
Femi Kuti & The Positive Force
June 7:
The Platte Clove Nature Theater
June 8:
Late Regulars
June 11:
Charlie Hunter Trio
June 13:
Parsonsfield
June 18:
Rachel Grimes
June 19:
Michael Powers Frequency
June 25:
ProJam 11
June 27:
Iron Horse Cigar Night
July 2:
The Wiyos
July 10:
Alejandro Escovedo
& The Sensitive Boys
July 11:
Eilen Jewell
July 19:
Iris DeMent
July 24:
Bettye LaVette
October 15:
Rasputina



Thursday, May 28


8:00 pm



Best known for his hit songs "Romeo's Tune" and "Goin' Down to Laurel," Grammy Award-nominated folk-rock singer-songwriter Steve Forbert was touted as a "new Dylan" when he burst upon the scene in downtown New York in the mid-1970s.

Originally from Meridian, Miss., Forbert traveled to New York in 1976 and played for spare change in Grand Central Station while seeking work in the local folk venues. He quickly garnered folk club dates, but also performed at CBGB's, the wellspring of punk-rock, where he became a favorite of the crowd for his dynamic, energetic, non-stop performances that owed as much to the Ramones as to Bob Dylan.

Forbert is in the midst of a creative revival this year: "Compromised," his first album of new songs in several years, is due out this summer, and his memoir, "Steve Forbert: Beyond the Chandelier," is scheduled for publication in fall 2015.

    






Sunday, May 31, 7pm

Song for the EARTH


Blue Ribbon Trio and Patchwork Symphony headline "Song for the EARTH," a benefit concert for Hawthorne Valley School's EARTH program. The event celebrates the second anniversary of Hawthorne Valley's unique EARTH curriculum, with music by musicians who themselves are tied closely to the land and Hawthorne Valley Farm.

Blue Ribbon Trio features singer-guitarist "Sauerkraut" Seth Travins, and Patchwork Symphony features guitar and vocals by Wesley Nichols and Alex Wernquest. Attendees will learn about the unique EARTH curriculum from faculty, students and parents while helping to support the future of the program.





Upcoming


May
28•Steve Forbert
31•Song for the EARTH

June
5•Martin Sexton
6•Femi Kuti & The Positive Force
7•The Platte Clove Nature Theater
8•Late Regulars
11•Charlie Hunter Trio
13•Parsonsfield
18•Rachel Grimes
19•Michael Powers Frequency
25•ProJam 11
27•Iron Horse Cigar Night

July
2•The Wiyos
10•Alejandro Escovedo & The Sensitive Boys
11•Eilen Jewell
19•Iris DeMent
24•Bettye LaVette

October
15•Rasputina