This is the third installment of the Barnstormers - a Music and Arts Festival. Featuring Music by: Chris Merrill jonee earthquake band - NH's original punk pirates! Lilith Tommy and the Rats The Brotha Cats - (featuring former members of The Floods) 70's style rock and roll with a twist! Noonday Crawlers - Genre bending tunes guaranteed to keep you on you toes! Something//Something - Melodic post punk from Manchester, NH Little My Yelloyüth - Indie alt-rock with elements of post punk, funk, and 50's rock and roll The Trichomes - Funky jams that you will dance to! Fire in the Field People Like You - Mind altering psychedelic folk rock from Portsmouth
The Barnstormers Music and Art Festival is a can't-miss all day event featuring live music from 11 of the Seacoast area's top performers and local art on display!
Jenny will be playing solo. A rare chance to hear her music they way it was written.
Sounds Like: me, myself, I
Bio: tommy and the Rats is a folk/punk three piece combining snare, stand up bass and guitar. Strong lyrical content and D'Amour's own take on cover songs drives the band. D'Amour is heavily influenced by Gutherie, Dylan, and Johnny Thunders and it shows in his writing and performance. The Rats are ...See Full Bio
"I have reviewed a lot of records and this live release from tommy and the Rats is one of the funniest things I have ever heard. For me there is always an awkward moment between pressing play and the music starting. In those moments I think to myself "dear god help me" or "please be gentle". When the first track from "Do not listen to this"(vol.1) "watch you pee".....all I could think was? who does this guy think he is?" then "pickle puffer/Bob Dylan riff"? hmmm. By the end of "reach around" I was really interested in finding out more about D'amour and his Rats. The four song disk finishes with "beat me" D'Amour's rendition of The Queers tune "love me". tommy and the Rats are a three piece with Steve Toland on snare, Jim Taylor on upright bass. and Thomas D'Amour singing and playing guitar. The record is a live recording and has a great stripped down feel. I saw this band in Boston and was amazed at the Rats explosive acoustic performance. S Green Other town Underground NYC