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Boyhood
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Boyhood
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Tues Sept 16 | 2pm
Wed Sept 17 | 2pm
Thurs Sept 18 | 2pm, 7pm
Fri Sept 19 | 2pm, 7pm
Sat Sept 20 | 2pm
Sun Sept 21 | 2pm, 7pm
Tues Sept 23 | 2pm, 7pm
Wed Sept 24 | 2pm
Thurs Sept 25 | 2pm, 7pm
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Summary: Directed by Richard Linklater Starring Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke English 2 hrs 44 mins, rated R Filmed over 12 years... Read More

Directed by Richard Linklater
Starring Ellar Coltrane, Patricia Arquette, Ethan Hawke
English
2 hrs 44 mins, rated R

Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, Richard Linklater’s BOYHOOD is a groundbreaking story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a child named Mason (a breakthrough performance by Ellar Coltrane), who literally grows up on screen before our eyes. Starring Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette as Mason’s parents and newcomer Lorelei Linklater as his sister Samantha, BOYHOOD charts the rocky terrain of childhood like no other film has before. Snapshots of adolescence from road trips and family dinners to birthdays and graduations and all the moments in between become transcendent, set to a soundtrack spanning the years from Coldplay’s Yellow to Arcade Fire’s Deep Blue. BOYHOOD is both a nostalgic time capsule of the recent past and an ode to growing up and parenting. It’s impossible not to watch Mason and his family without thinking about our own journey.

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Frontiers of Music #16
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Frontiers of Music #16
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Tues Sept 16 | 7:30pm | Admission: Name Your Own Price

Summary: The Frontier Café is happy to present the 16 th installment of its continuing contemporary music series, Frontiers of Music, on September 16, 2014 at 7:30 PM.... Read More

The Frontier Café is happy to present the 16th installment of its continuing contemporary music series, Frontiers of Music, on September 16, 2014 at 7:30 PM. Created by Frontier and Brunswick-based composer and bassist Joshua DeScherer, Frontiers of Music presents programs of contemporary chamber music and experimental improvisation in a relaxed setting. Admission to all Frontiers of Music events is “Name Your Price.”


Frontiers of Music #16 will feature duets, both composed and improvised. Vocalist Laurie Amat, of Providence, Rhode Island, will pair with the electronic drones of New Hampshire-based Dave Seidel. Seidel has performed extensively as on guitar, bass, and electronics. His recent release, ~60 Hz, creates a mesmerizing landscape out of the interference patterns of sine waves. Laurie Amat is well known as a vocalist across genres. She has performed a solo role in Mozart’s Requiem, collaborated with The Residents, and travels extensively to perform in venues ranging from large concert halls to pubs to underground bunkers.


Boston based cellist Junko Fujiwara, who has performed on Frontiers of Music with the Mimi Rabson Trio, returns to perform a duet with her frequent collaborator, pianist Steve Lantner. Lantner has appeared at notable jazz venues and festivals both in America and abroad, and has recorded award-winning and critically acclaimed CDs under his own name and with Joe Morris, Joe Maneri, and others. Junko Fujiwara holds cello faculty positions at Boston College, and Governor’s Academy, and performs as both a creative music/improviser and as an active classical player. She has recorded with Mimi Rabson’s String Theory Trio, BOLT, Joe Morris, and the Evocation Trio and is currently working on a new recording with the Eric Hofbauer Quintet.


Ben Noyes and Joshua DeScherer are well-known to Southern Maine’s contemporary music audience. They have both performed music by many of New England’s leading composers, and they have often collaborated to perform each other’s compositions. At Frontiers of Music, they will present a series of recently written duets for cello and double bass.


Rounding out the program will be the premiere of Cycles by Bill Matthews. Matthews trained at Oberlin, the University of Iowa, the Yale School of Music and the Institute of Sonology in the Netherlands. He has taught at Bates College since 1978, and occasionally pinch hits at Bowdoin. He composes for voices, instruments, and digital media, often working with choreographers and local ensembles. Cycles uses live flute input to control a computer using MAX and Vienna Instrument samples.


Frontiers of Music will conclude its 2014 season on November 18, and planning is underway for the 2015 season, which will begin in January.

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Restorative Justice Institute of Maine presents Just Conversations
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Restorative Justice Institute of Maine presents Just Conversations
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Wed Sept 17 | 7:30pm | $10 suggested donation
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Summary: Please join us on Wednesday, September 17 at 7:30PM for Just Conversations , an evening of conversation with Peacemaking Circle expert Kay Pranis. Just... Read More

Please join us on Wednesday, September 17 at 7:30PM for Just Conversations, an evening of conversation with Peacemaking Circle expert Kay Pranis.


Just Conversations is sponsored by the Restorative Justice Institute of Maine and is a series of events to advance the use of restorative practices that heal, restore and transform individuals and communities.


Kay is a national leader in restorative justice, specializing in Peacemaking Circles.  She served as the Restorative Justice Planner for the Minnesota Department of Corrections from 1994 to 2003.  Before that, she worked six years as the director of research services at the Citizens Council on Crime and Justice.  She has written and presented papers on peacemaking Circles and restorative justice in the United States, Canada, Australia and Japan.  Since 1998, Kay has conducted Circle trainings in a diverse range of communities—from schools to prisons to workplaces to churches, from rural farm towns in Minnesota to Chicago’s South Side.


There is a $10.00 suggested donation and reservations are required.  Please go to www.rjimaine.org for more information.


Amy & The Engine with special guests Old Soul
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Amy & The Engine with special guests Old Soul
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Sat Sept 20 | 8pm | $10 in advance, $12 day of show | Buy Tickets

Summary: Self-described as "indie-folk-pop", Amy and the Engine features the singing and songwriting of Maine's Amy Allen, a two-time recipient of The Portland Phoenix's "Best... Read More

Self-described as "indie-folk-pop", Amy and the Engine features the singing and songwriting of Maine's Amy Allen, a two-time recipient of The Portland Phoenix's "Best Female Singer" award. The Berklee College-based band formed during the long Boston winter of 2013-4 and also includes Blain Crawford (bass), Ben Kling (mandolin and keys), Kathryn Hallberg (vocals), Vinny Silva (Lead Guitar) and Manuel Ruiz (drums). Their debut single "I Got You" was released to radio in June 2014 and an EP is due in the fall. The band has spent the summer of 2014 touring New England, opening shows for Rustic Overtones, The Mallett Brothers and Lady Lamb The Beekeeper, among others. They count among their influences The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Scissor Sisters, Paul Simon and Dr. Dog.


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Old Soul is an indie folk/rock band from southern Maine. They will be performing songs from their forthcoming album due this Spring.

 

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Live in the Lounge with Micromassé
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Live in the Lounge with Micromassé
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Wed Sept 24 | 8pm | FREE

Summary: Frontier's new entertainment hat, set in the "Lounge" on various Wednesday nights, hopes to bring a sense of relaxation to your mid-week.  Featured acts will be... Read More

Frontier's new entertainment hat, set in the "Lounge" on various Wednesday nights, hopes to bring a sense of relaxation to your mid-week.  Featured acts will be Pigbee, Micromasse, and Tyler Stanley's Native Isles. We invite you to come in, grab a drink from the bar, and enjoy yourself.


MICROMASSE

Inspired by the great organ trios of the fifties and sixties but with an ear towards the future, MicroMassé carves a deep groove to please the soul with intricate arrangements to thrill the heart. Comprised of established Portland musicians Peter Dugas (organ), Max Cantlin (guitar) and Chris Sweet (drums) who combine their love of American jazz and European harmony with contemporary poly-rhythmic influences from Africa and Latin America.

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2014 Manhattan Short Film Festival
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2014 Manhattan Short Film Festival
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Fri Sept 26 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Sat Sept 27 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Sun Sept 28 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Tues Sept 30 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Wed Oct 1 | 2pm
Thurs Oct 2 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Fri Oct 3 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Sat Oct 4 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
Sun Oct 5 | 2pm, 5pm, 8pm
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Summary: Film Lovers in Mid Coast Maine can unite with an audience of over 100,000 Film Buffs in all 50 states and 300 cities across six continents when the  MANHATTAN SHORT... Read More

Film Lovers in Mid Coast Maine can unite with an audience of over 100,000 Film Buffs in all 50 states and 300 cities across six continents when the MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival screens at Frontier for the 6th year. This year, MANHATTAN SHORT received 589 short film entries from 47 countries. England, Norway, Australia, Netherlands, France, Mexico, Germany and the USA are the countries represented by the 10 Finalists. These short films will not only entertain a global audience but will be judged by them as well. Cinema goers will become instant film critics as they will be handed a ballot upon entry that allows them to vote for the Best Film and Best Actor. MANHATTAN SHORT offers the ultimate audience award that salutes the creative talents of both directors behind the camera and actors in front of it. Votes will be sent through to MANHATTAN SHORT HQ with the winner announced at ManhattanShort.com on Monday Oct. 6 at 10 am (EST)

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We Are Together - Kenyan Fundraiser
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We Are Together - Kenyan Fundraiser
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Market | Sat Oct 4 | 11am
Presentation | Sat Oct 4 | 12pm | Donation

Summary: Tuko Pamoja supports over 150 compromised women in Kenya. We purchase their beautiful crafts, bring the items to America and offer them for purchase by you. When you... Read More

Tuko Pamoja supports over 150 compromised women in Kenya. We purchase their beautiful crafts, bring the items to America and offer them for purchase by you. When you purchase an item, you enable women in Kenya to provide food, safe housing and education for their children. Come and purchase their crafts and hear their incredible stories.


"Tuko Pamoja", meaning "we are together" in Swahili, is an organization which developed as an outgrowth of KEST (Kenya Educational and Service Trips) a small company dedicated to bringing people to Kenya for meaningful travel for educational purposes and for volunteering in the service of AIDs orphans and children with HIV. Over the course of these trips and working with these children and their caretakers, it became clear that there are many women who are trained or gifted with the skills to make a living, but do not have the access to a market to sell their goods. Many are incredibly hard working,  loving women of enormous resilience, some with HIV themselves,  but come from extreme poverty and hardship.


Tuko Pamoja was developed to help these Kenyan women artisans have a market for their goods here in the U.S. and thus create a sustainable income for them and their families to help them afford the basic necessities of life. Please come and listen to the personal stories of the heartwarming experiences that we have had with the children of Nyumbani, the first AIDS orphanage of Kenya,  and the other children we have met, and the stories of inspiration, courage in the amazing the women we have come to know and love in Kenya.  Please join hands with Tuka Pamoja and help these women help themselves.


Tuka pamoja works with six groups of women: the Nyumbani Lea Toto Self Help Groups specializing in paper, glass, and wire jewelry, bowls, animals and other items, the Nyumbani Village Shushus (grandmothers) who have a long cultural traditional of hand weaving beautiful sisal baskets, the women of Kibera paper who hand make, from shredded discarded bank paper, cards that are signed individual works of art, and women from the Maasai Pastoral Community Development Alliance who are known for their intricate beadwork.  Please come and SHOP from their beautiful wares with the knowledge that your purchases will be helping more than 1000 children in Kenya.


PUMP
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PUMP
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Summary: Directed by Joshua Tickell, Rebecca Harrell Tickell Starring Elon Musk, Luiz ‘Lula’ da Silva, Ashley Elisabeth Cox English Rated PG PUMP... Read More

Directed by Joshua Tickell, Rebecca Harrell Tickell
Starring Elon Musk, Luiz ‘Lula’ da Silva, Ashley Elisabeth Cox
English
Rated PG

PUMP is an inspiring, eye-opening documentary that tells the story of America’s addiction to oil, from its corporate conspiracy beginnings to its current monopoly today, and explains clearly and simply how we can end it – and finally win choice at the pump. Today oil is our only option of transportation fuel at the pump. Our exclusive use of it has drained our wallets, increased air pollution and sent our sons and daughters to war in faraway lands. PUMP shows us how through the use of a variety of replacement fuels, we will be able to fill up our cars – cheaper, cleaner and American made – and in the process, create more jobs for a stronger, healthier economy. The film features notable experts such as John Hofmeister, former President of Shell Oil US; Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors; Peter Goldmark, former president of the Rockefeller Foundation; and other noteworthy figures who share their passionate views and knowledge. Right now we have the ability to change our country’s future, but we never knew it. Aren’t we tired of being taken for a ride? PUMP is the movie that could change that.
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Noe Socha - Solo Performance
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Noe Socha - Solo Performance
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Sat Oct 11 | 8pm | $10 in advance, $12 day of show | Buy Tickets

Summary: Noé  Socha is a blues guitarist from from the small town of Carpi, Italy. Influenced by artists like Bob Dylan and Neil Young and blues artists like Mississippi... Read More

Noé  Socha is a blues guitarist from from the small town of Carpi, Italy. Influenced by artists like Bob Dylan and Neil Young and blues artists like Mississippi John Hurt, Muddy Waters, and Lightnin’ Hopkins, Noe has created his own signature sound. He pairs a fiery guitar technique with virtuoso harmonica playing, channeling the sounds of the Mississippi Delta with a hint of Hendrix-esque flavor.


A graduate from Berklee College of Music on a full tuition scholarship, he received many awards including the ”Jimi Hendrix Award” for the college’s leading guitarist and the “Billboard Magazine Endowed Scholarship” presented to the college’s top student.


Noé has had the great honor of performing and/or recording with Nona Hendrix (Labelle), Vernon Reid (Living Color), and multi-Grammy winner Javier Limón. He has also toured extensively with Grammy award-winning artist Paula Cole.


Noé was recently mentioned in Rolling Stone about his standout performance at the Berklee Commencement Concert honoring Willie Nelson’s career. Noé’s passion and drive is evident through his music. Whether it’s in front of thousands of people or in an intimate setting, the audience always leaves feeling Noe’s story through his instrument.


"…Noe Socha, a graduating student from Italy, blew away the crowd with his virtuoso soloing on steel guitar and harmonica during Fred Rose’s “Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain,” which Nelson made his own on his classic album Red Headed Stranger…" - Rolling Stone

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Tricky Britches with special guest Caroline Cotter
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Tricky Britches with special guest Caroline Cotter
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Fri Oct 17 | 8pm | $10 in advance, $12 day of show | Buy Tickets

Summary: Tricky Britches String band Tricky Britches is the product of mountain music, rockabilly, and country swing all thrown together into one room, to create... Read More

Tricky Britches

String band Tricky Britches is the product of mountain music, rockabilly, and country swing all thrown together into one room, to create something uniquely uplifting. Fiddle and Mandolin tear through honky-tonk rhythms, while lonesome harmonies pull the audience in until a spontaneous dance explosion occurs.


Caroline Cotter

With a captivating soprano voice and award-winning songwriting, Caroline Cotter's music takes you all over the world:  from a Parisian salon, to an Indian ashram, to a bluegrass festival campfire, to the depths of the human heart.


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Damnationland 2014: The Way Life Should Bleed
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Damnationland 2014: The Way Life Should Bleed
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Summary: Damnationland presents genre-defying original works from Maine filmmakers that redefine the classic thriller and horror categories. Now in its fifth year, the... Read More

Damnationland presents genre-defying original works from Maine filmmakers that redefine the classic thriller and horror categories. Now in its fifth year, the Damnationland 2014 program will feature world premieres of six short films produced in Maine by Mainers especially for the Halloween season. These are dark, surreal, and fantastic pieces, and they offer film fans an excellent sampling of the talent producing independent film in Maine today.


Sui Generis — directed by Jenny Anastasoff for Dark Farm Films
SYNOPSIS: coming soon


Driver’s Seat — directed by Jason M. Bosch for Red Stallion Media
SYNOPSIS: In the back country roads of Maine, a woman spots a car accident. She stops to help the victim, but quickly discovers that he was involved in more than a mere fender bender.
WATCH: this thrilling music video directed by Jason M. Bosch


Dark — directed by Ranin Brown for Brothers Brown
SYNOPSIS: A man deals with his demons in this unsettling mood piece starring Erik Moody.
WATCH: this awkward short film directed by Ranin Brown


On a Country Road — directed by Barry Dodd
SYNOPSIS: coming soon
WATCH: the Indiegogo video for On a Country Road


Tickle — directed by Corey Norman for Bonfire Films
SYNOPSIS: We all know how 80s horror movies start: a babysitter and a little boy alone in a house. When things go bump in the night, are they the imagination of a scared little boy, or is someone—or some thing—in the house with them?
WATCH: the Kickstarter video for Tickle


Anima Sola — directed by Tom Wyatt for Tasty Dude Films
SYNOPSIS: A lonesome soul attempts to discover how to escape his mind hell.
WATCH: the Kickstarter video for Anima Sola


interstitial vignettes — directed by Through the Door Productions
SYNOPSIS: coming soon

 


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Live in the Lounge with Aeterna
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Live in the Lounge with Aeterna
Showtimes:
Wed Oct 22 | 8pm | FREE

Summary: Frontier's new entertainment hat, set in the "Lounge" on various Wednesday nights, hopes to bring a sense of relaxation to your mid-week.  Featured acts will be... Read More

Frontier's new entertainment hat, set in the "Lounge" on various Wednesday nights, hopes to bring a sense of relaxation to your mid-week.  Featured acts will be Pigbee, Micromasse, and Tyler Stanley's Native Isles. We invite you to come in, grab a drink from the bar, and enjoy yourself.

 

AETERNA TRIO

Original music, classical crossover, and beloved themes from all over the world - re-imagined and reinvented in real-time. Featuring Ben Birkbeck, Andy Happel and Devon Colella.


Hollow Body Eclectic
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Hollow Body Eclectic
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Sat Oct 25 | 8pm | $10 in advance, $12 day of show | Buy Tickets

Summary: Hollow Body Eclectic is one of the region’s most accomplished and creative musical groups. The band features Johannah Harkness on keyboards, Tom Masucci on drums,... Read More

Hollow Body Eclectic is one of the region’s most accomplished and creative musical groups. The band features Johannah Harkness on keyboards, Tom Masucci on drums, Sheldon Bird on bass, and Peter Alexander on guitars and lead vocals. All four members sing, giving rise to a lot of three and four-part harmonies. Harkness and Bird also take the lead vocal on a number of songs, providing a rich mix of sounds in a classic rock mode.


This is one band that is not afraid to take on social and political causes. Alexander has gained recognition as the author and performer of “Begging for Change—The Healthcare Blues,” which Amy Goodman has featured numerous times on her nationally-syndicated Democracy Now television and radio program. His ‘We’ve Got to Change This World’ has been adopted by many in the Occupy Wall Street movement as an anthem celebrating the “Ninety-nine Percent.”


Hollow Body Eclectic’s upcoming CD will feature several other songs with strong environmental and social justice messages. “We’re living in challenging times,” says Alexander, “And we can’t turn our backs on all the troubles this world is facing. We would like our music to be a part of the soundtrack for a better world.”

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Live in the Lounge with Native Isles
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Live in the Lounge with Native Isles
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Wed October 29 | 8pm | FREE

Summary: Frontier's new entertainment hat, set in the "Lounge" on various Wednesday nights, hopes to bring a sense of relaxation to your mid-week.  Featured acts will be... Read More

Frontier's new entertainment hat, set in the "Lounge" on various Wednesday nights, hopes to bring a sense of relaxation to your mid-week.  Featured acts will be Pigbee, Micromasse, and Tyler Stanley's Native Isles. We invite you to come in, grab a drink from the bar, and enjoy yourself.

 

NATIVE ISLES (keyboards, trumpet, flugelhorn, vocals)
A brother and sister duo, Tyler and Emma grew up in Bar Harbor, Maine but have spent most of their years since childhood in different areas.


Tyler, in Portland and now a resident of Brunswick, has been a member of the Portland based funk/soul band, Sly - Chi for over 10 years. As well, he has been involved in a number of local projects that have had national recognition such as Gypsy Tailwind and Jacob Augustine. Most recently he played at Sundance International Film Festival with The Pete Kilpatrick Band backing John Popper of Blues Traveler.


Emma, after graduating from The Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, has done three tours with the Broadway Musical, Spamalot, playing in the orchestra. She also was a musical performer at the 2010 Junior Olympics in Singapore. Emma now resides in Portland, Maine and plays with The Fogcutters Big Band.


As a duo they perform original material, “standards,” and their own arrangements of modern tunes.


Tom Porter & Friends
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Tom Porter & Friends
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Sat Dec 13 | 8pm | $10 advance, $12 day of show |
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Summary: You may know Tom Porter as the English voice on Maine public radio, but he will not be appearing at Frontier in his capacity as a news broadcaster. Tom will be here... Read More

You may know Tom Porter as the English voice on Maine public radio, but he will not be appearing at Frontier in his capacity as a news broadcaster. Tom will be here to indulge his passion for playing Jazz. A former professional jazz pianist in his native UK Tom has played with some of the top recording artists on both sides of the pond. On December 13th, he'll be joined by a superb collection of Maine-based musicians: Musical educator Frank Mauceri on saxophone. On bass is the hugely talented and experienced Sam Sherry (and he's not as old as that makes him sound!).  Percussive accompaniment is provided by the subtle and creative drumming of Mark Barnette. They'll be performing a mixture of a old and new music, including some original material and several much-loved standards.

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Lisa Donnelly
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Lisa Donnelly
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Rescheduled TBD

Summary: “Home is what I know,” croons soul songstress Lisa Donnelly in wistful yet reassuring melody and candor. These thematic words close her upcoming album and... Read More

“Home is what I know,” croons soul songstress Lisa Donnelly in wistful yet reassuring melody and candor. These thematic words close her upcoming album and affirm the discoveries of a wandering life. Donnelly has moved around some: She’s seen the states, Europe, and South America, and takes road trips up and down California like she’s going to the corner store. But a road bound lifestyle does not come without lessons, and Donnelly has spun hers into a grounding verity that shimmers in her new collection of tunes.

 

Donnelly whetted her appetite as a youth by singing blues and rock standards with old-salt locals in her hometown of Lawrence, Kansas. After finishing college she took her stage experience to Los Angeles and explored different styles of music, but settled into the pop-songwriter genre to release a full length album. In a soul searching mood she then plotted a course to San Francisco, where she discovered a strange warmth and overwhelming solace which juxtaposed LA’s hard-knuckled work code.


What began for her as a search for change in a different city suddenly felt instead like a return, and her sidelined roots started to shape songs that would constitute her new album.


Donnelly’s brand is cowgirl rock and soul, but she lays it down with a sultry attitude that cuts deep. New songs like ‘Whoa They Got You’ radiate take-charge blues-mama sass — she is Mama D among friends — while others like ‘Long Days Highways’ lean on the sweet and forthcoming motifs of classic country. Each song shines in discreet and poignant style, but not without the help of her LA-based producer Ethan Allen. When Ben Harper guitarist Jason Mozersky introduced the two, the connection felt immediately authentic. Allen empathized with Donnelly’s musical background and became an old friend nearly overnight. They spent hundreds of days together honing the sound for the new record, and by peeling back layer after layer, were able to reveal a core that would echo both Donnelly’s down home spirit and traveler’s wisdom. Allen’s relaxed, creative, and enthusiastic personality let Donnelly feel at home.


Their chemistry bodes well: In the midst of album production, and in a week’s notice, the two pulled together an original song for ABC’s The Bachelorette, which Lisa then performed on live national television on December of 2012. But this is just a preview of Donnelly’s accolades. She’s had several song placements both in feature films and television shows, performs country-wide, and has collaborated with an impressive list of songwriters and producers. Most recently — and to tout her versatility — she sang with the Blind Boys of Alabama as well as grammy nominated house producer Andy Caldwell. What better way to celebrate these accomplishments than the release of a fresh record.


Aptly titled, ‘Home’ is the declaration of a wandering soul and is a welcome mat for the weary. It is the culmination of her travels, both worldly and spiritually. Her lessons in movement and displacement cement an expression of what it means to arrive at a place of comfort, but an arrival is rarely a destination. Donnelly closes her new album by asking listeners, “When the circle’s round, will you follow through?” For Donnelly, home is where the heart leads you.

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