We’re kicking off the first Friday of 2017 with a farm dinner, night ski, and “alternative dream folk” by trio, Dyado & a short set from folk brother duo, the Oshima Brothers.
Tap takeover by Ausable Brewing Co., food & the best damn farmer service in the North Country by: Mace Chasm Farm, Sugar House Creamery, North Country Creamery, & Juniper Hill Farm.
Skiing from 5-7PM
Dinner & music from 6-8 PM
Cost: $5 cover & skiing, $15 food, + cash bar
Dyado is an alternative dream folk trio that originated in mid coast Maine a couple of summers ago. The project is a collaborative effort of Louisa Stancioff, Emily Ramsey and Matt Lohan who all write and arrange the songs together. The music is inspired by both Matt’s coastal South Carolina roots and Emily and Louisa’s northern Maine roots, bringing together an eclectic mix of sounds that integrates banjo, fiddle and electric guitar, with their truest showcase being their tight vocal harmonies.
The Oshima Brothers are a folk brother duo from Whitefield, ME that grew up with a tight-knit musical family. They have both been composing folk songs since around the same time they could speak, always finding ways to collaborate with one another. While Sean, the older brother, writes most of the songs and plays rhythm guitar, Jaime uses a looping pedal to play every other instrument, which includes keyboard, electric guitar, percussion and bass. Their music, which is full of tight vocal harmonies and creative instrumentals, echoes back their strong family upbringing and soulful love for the world.