Join us at the Maine Songwriters Association sponsored Open Mic, where Hilton Park will be playing a 45 minute set as the featured act of the evening. MSA Board Member Scott Woodruff has built this open mic into one of the best anywhere. Superlative sound system, an audience that’s there for the music, great wait staff, good food, and unbelievable selections of beer make this a magnet for great music. Each player gets 15 minutes (enough for three songs). Come to play, or just listen!Save
A special show to raise awareness of the needs of the elderly in our community. The oldest among us are too often left in a state of lonely despair, isolated from the rest of the community and longing for just a little attention from another member of our community. We all have the privilege of moving through life and benefiting from the labors of the generations before us. Taking just a few minutes a day… or maybe just a few minutes one day out of the week to get to know one of your elders, socialize, or help do the dishes or grocery shop goes a long way toward lifting up their spirits and nourishing your own. Please join Hilton Park at this special Concert in their home town to Raise Awareness of the issue and sign up to volunteer, at your convenience, to do a good deed for another in need. Donations are welcomed to help cover the cost of the event.Save
Sounds Like: The Avett Brothers, Mumford and Sons, John Hiatt
Bio: HILTON PARK is an original acoustic/vocal family trio from Maine noted for their earthy, emotionally expressive and superbly crafted Americana, Folk & Blues. In January 2014, Hilton Park was nominated for the New England Music Awards “Americana/Roots Act of the Year”, and the Spoptlight Awards "...See Full Bio
Hilton Park has a show on 01/30/2015 at 09:00 PM @ Cara Irish Pub in Dover, NH http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5jbf2u #concert
"Hilton Park has made quite a name for itself in the circles of acoustic music. Their originals ring out in every note with pop brightness, harmonic finesse, and within the framework of good song craft....Hilton Park just might be the beginning of a huge music scene trend gaining more mainstream appeal.
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Q: Not a question but I wanted you to know that I really enjoyed your concert at the Wells Gazebo. It was a shame that the info on the concert flyers was screwed up accounting for the meager attendance.
A: Thanks so much! Sorry for the delayed answer, still getting used to the cyber world of social media... Hoping to do Wells again next year.
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