September 26th, 2013 – Unexpected Surfer Boys
Come catch a wave with The Unexpected Surfer Boys and take a ride you will never forget — you’ll be hangin’ ten in no time!
October 7, 2013 – Charlie Albright
Winner of both the coveted 2010 Gilmore Young Artist Award and the 2009 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, pianist Charlie Albright has performed with major symphony orchestras and in prestigious competitions in the United States and abroad. Born in Centralia, Washington, Mr. Albright began piano lessons at the age of three. Mr. Albright earned an Associate of Science degree at Centralia College while also in high school, and was the first classical pianist ever in the Harvard College/New England Conservatory joint program, completing his Bachelor’s degree as a Pre-Med and Economics major at Harvard in 2011 and a Master of Music degree in Piano Performance at the New England Conservatory in 2012 with Wha-Kyung Byun. He is currently pursuing an Artist Diploma (A.D.) at The Juilliard School with Yoheved Kaplinsky.rformance at the New England Conservatory of Music.
February 22, 2014 – Goldwing Express
A mix of southern gospel, comedy and country favorites! Goldwing Express is made up of Three Native American brothers and their father. A segment of their performance is dedicated for their Indian Heritage. Each Brother wears his very own Native American Headdress which represents the Creek Indian Tribe from which their Mother is from. This family music show comes from Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Now the family resides in Branson, Missouri producing their own music show along with many appearances throughout the United States and into Canada.
March 29, 2014 – Abrams Brothers
Born into a four generation touring bluegrass family, John and James have been on stage in the family business since they were 7 and 10. From this musical weaning, they have forged a sound considered to be “Abrams Brothers Music” in Canada. It’s a sound that lives somewhere between Americana, country and roots music.
Together as The Abrams Brothers for over 10 years, the band became the youngest Canadians to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. In 2005, they were named Emerging Artist of the Year at the Canadian Bluegrass Music Awards. Over the past few years, The Abrams Brothers have been a constant on the Canadian festival circuit and have shared the same stage with Feist, John Hammond and Dean Brody.