Concerts on the Village Green for 2017

JUNE, JULY AND AUGUST, Friday evenings, 7:30 pm - 9 pm.  

NOTE:  IF heavy RAIN is in the forecast, the concert will be in the GRANARY, upstairs.  Please bring chairs.

Ready-to-eat food by Food for Thought truck will be at the Village Green for delicious supper offerings.

The 2017 Concert schedule is listed below.  Thanks to all our musicians who play for the fun of playing in a terrific venue.

We have an exciting line-up with some who have performed before and several new-to-us.  The schedule is filled for thirteen Friday nights.  Picnickers are always welcome.  Concerts are free, but a basket is passed to help support the Granary renovation projects.   This year the money raised will go toward a "real" Band Shell for the stage.   

June 2         Tussey Mountain Moonshiners –                                                                                                                      Marc “ Lumber City Slim“ Prave,                                Gwen Stimely,  Jeremy Tosten, and Steve Crawford, playing amazing bluegrass.  

 June 9        Blind Horse Wagon - Doug Irwin, Bryan Homan, Sam Spurrier, Kevin Briggs, playing and singing                            originals,  as well as some handpicked, free range, grassfed covers

 June 16      Richard Sleigh - Virtuoso harmonica and guitar player - world famous!

June 23        Steve Van Hook, vocals and guitar reflecting on daily life, spinning tales of the past, and Jim Colbert,                          colorful vocals combined with artful guitar, banjo, ukulele, and harmonica, playing indie folk rock

 June 30      Acoustic Artifacts -Jere Price, guitar and vocals; Eileen Christman, violin, keyboard, vocals; and                               Todd Hill, vocals and bass, playing originals and covers of Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, and the Mama's                           and the Papa's.

July 7            GroupTherapy -Jon Bojan (bass and lead guitar), Maggie Davis (violin) and Jim Herbert (rhythm                               guitar) perform original music and a wide range of popular cover tunes that emphasizes vocal                                    harmony and musicianship. Although we can not guarantee our music is therapeutic for all, at the very                         least, it should stir up some good feelings when you listen and, if you want, sing along with us.

July 14         The  Dystractions - Jason Beale and Friends playing reggae and classic rock on acoustic guitar,                                 acoustic bass, and vocals

July 21         Ride the Song - Tim McMillen, Jeremy Jack, Kevin Steiner on guitar, banjo, harmonica and                                         vocals; "Brewgrass" - drawing from many pages of the Americana songbook...part bluegrass,                                       part country, part blues, ...and a whole lotta fun.

July 28         OverheaD - Wendy Hanson vocals and percussion; Eileen Christman, keyboards, violin,                                          bass and vocals: Kevin Fagley, guitar, bass, drums, and vocals; Tom Mallouk, vocals, guitar, and                            bass, playing classic rock.

 August 4     Kenneth Baxter and Friends - guitar piano, and vocals with original tunes and great friends                                  performing with him                

August 11    RamaLama -  Ramalama is Central Pennsylvania's newest a cappella doo-wop group                                                  and features Tom Wilson, Jeff Brown, John Zimmerman, Eric McGinnis, Luke Lorenz, and Lisa                                     Lenze.  RamaLama is pure entertainment - bringing the best of the 1950s and 1960s doo-wop to life.

  August 18    Michelle Katz -  one of our original performers is a singer/songwriter with vocals and guitar.

 August 25    Hops and VinesJonathan McVerry, vocals and guitar, and Christy Clancy, vocals playing an                                 eclectic mix of originals and songs people love but don't get to hear often.                         

Professional sound work is provided by Jim Thorn and Simon Coffin - two real pros!  Thank you.