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In celebration of the release of Arcadia Publishing's "Images of America" volume on Newmarket, New Hampshire - we present to you, a night of story, song, and camaraderie. The book's author, Chris Hislop, will begin the evening sharing a few words from the book, and about his fascination of this quaint Seacoast town, and the events that led him to take on researching, and writing this book. The stage will then be set for an evening of songwriters in the round featuring: Jon Nolan Martin England Eric Ott Courtney Brocks Tristan Omand Tom Schena & Nate Laban Following the music will be a period of time to mingle, hang with friends new and old, ask questions, and share stories of your own. This event is free! The Stone Church Meeting House will offer a full menu, and of course have a full bar in full effect. Don't be shy.
With The Great SPENCER ALBEE (and his fabulous band).
CD Release Show! Special guests TBA
Brunch at Poppers! I recommend the brisket hash. YUM.
Yummy brunch in my favorite little town...
Sounds Like: Wilco, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, The Jayhawks, Whiskeytown, Say Zuzu
Label: Milltown Records
Manager: Col. Tom Parker
Bio: It's Americana pop. Good songs for people who care about good songs.
Paul Kolderie (Morphine, Radiohead, Uncle Tupelo) mixed "When the Summers Lasted Long," the self-recorded, debut solo release from Jon Nolan. The end result is a timeless, honest and charming americana/pop record that chronicl...See Full Bio
"No.2 - Jon Nolan, “When the Summers Lasted Long” (Mill Town). From the wilds of New Hampshire, the former Say Zuzu frontman turns on the charm with effortless melodies and a rootsy pop sensibility. " ~ "Best Alt-Country CDs of 2005"