August 13th ~
... proudly presents
a salute to:
around the drums
and infectious rhythms.
Once we've got that....
A 'warm up'
- to be announced -
begins at 6 PM
Epic in sound and kaleidoscopic in vision,
the eclectic Martha's Vineyard-based six piece Entrain
has been thrilling critics and fans alike since its inception.
And they're returning to the valley in August - - -
us all a
most important thing that we try to do with our music
is bring everybody together in the spirit of
peace, love, fun and a ton of drums!"
by drummer Tom Major in 1993, Entrain is also lead
singer/guitar wiz Brian Alex. Joining them is bassist
M'Talewa, saxophonist/keys/percussionist Rob Loyot,
saxophonist / percussionist Hilary Noble and Trombone/keys
Lennie Peterson Veterans all, their collective resume
includes stints with such diverse players as Bo Diddley,
Carly Simon, Chuck Berry, Southside Johnny, James
Mongomery, Flor De Cana, and Blood, Sweat, and Tears.
a special guest appearance by Dennis & Davey
Special Guest Appearance By Dennis & Davey
you're my way home
give us pleasure in the flowers today
And give us our memories when we are away
Oh give us wonder in the mountains white
And shine down your restful light
lived the cities and lived on the plains
Lived by the oceans and traveled away
Though other lands beckon, their beauty and awe
My home in the valley calls
highways and byways that lead us to you
Once more say I do
Mountains and rivers that run to the sea
Conway… you’re my way home
Dennis O’Neil and Davey Armstrong have delighted
throughout New England
with their top-quality musical
and fun-loving performances
of Celtic folk music for decades
and have participated in
Arts Jubilee concerts
for the past seventeen years,
most of them in partnership with the traditional Pops
Arts Jubilee will be creating a little history of its
own as we
celebrate Conway's 250th
with special music composed by Dennis and Davey!
Dennis O’Neil & Davey Armstrong
Lyrics by Dennis & Davey with inspiration from “A
Prayer in Spring” by New Hampshire resident, Robert
Frost (1874-1963), quoted in the first line of “Conway,
You’re My Way Home”.
Dennis & Davey have generously
gifted this beautiful song to
"Conway You're My Way Home"
is available for download -
to learn how you can obtain it by
donating to Arts Jubilee,
250th celebration will be acknowledged with the premiere
performance of “Conway, You’re My Way Home”
an original song composed by Dennis & Davey and debuted
at tonight’s concert.
Dennis & Davey will be George Weiss, piano and Taylor
“It is important to note that the song is inspired
by the poem called A Prayer in Spring by Robert Frost, whom
you know made his home in New Hampshire. The opening line
of the song is from the actual poem and the rest of the
lyrics are our own.
music is our own of course. Credit should be given to Mr.
Frost in some way for such a beautiful line.” - Dennis
Outdoor Festival Concerts are found at the base of the
North Slope at Cranmore.
Headline concerts begin at 7:00 PM ~
A 'warm up' performance begins at 6 PM.
and Food available
on the Deck at Zip's Pub
suppers permitted ~ no alcoholic beverages, please.
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Easy directions to Cranmore
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Jubilee 33rd Annual
Summer Concert Series
Live music performances for the
Family to Enjoy.
Arts Jubilee is a community - supported nonprofit organization
celebrating 30 seasons of presenting family-friendly,
top quality performances,
unique to the greater Mt. Washington Valley.
Events, PO Box 934, North Conway, NH 03860