Sferes & White are tonight's featured performers at this long-standing acoustic concert series downstairs at the Sunapee Methodist Church located in Sunapee, N.H. These concerts are hosted by the Sunapee Community Coffeehouse, and the emcee and sponsor for the evening is Doc Rogers. Coffee, tea, water and light refreshments will be available and the doors open at 6:30pm.
Sferes & White journey from the east coast back to their old hometown as tonight's featured performers. Jimmy Sferes was one of the co-founders of this community concert series in Sandstone Park in Lyons, Colorado (along with Kurt Carlson & Pete Ditmon) back in 1999. The summer of 2018 marks the 20th anniversary season of this beautiful outdoor venue. These concerts are free to the public and sponsored by the Lyons Community Foundation.
Muster Field Farm Museum’s fifteenth annual musical fundraiser will feature an exciting line-up of local folk, blues, jazz, and rock musicians. Burgers, hot dogs, snacks, & beverages will be on sale or pack your own picnic & beverages to enjoy. Gate opens at 3:30, music begins at 4:00. Tickets are $15 per person, children 14 and under are free, available on site the day of the event. If you're coming out to hear us we're on the schedule at 7:00pm as the second-to-last band of the night. This year's lineup: Click Horning Band, Punch Box Hobos, Mo' Combo, The Dobros, Sferes & White, and Night Kitchen.
Come on out for a full afternoon of fine music and fun to benefit the Acworth Village Store. Sferes & White's performance happens from 4:30-5:30pm if you're looking to tune into that, otherwise, come anytime after noon to enjoy the Croquet Obstacle Course, Face Painting, Kid's Games, Tiki Torches, Crafts and lots of locally-grown music. The event is free unless you want to participate in the Buffalo Chicken Wing Cook Off--in that case bring $10 to taste and vote on your favorites.
Moe Dixon, one of the country's top solo artists, presents an entry level overview of the ukulele including basic playing exercises. Dixon is well known on the festival and concert club circuit for his masterful finger-style and ragtime guitar, as well as his powerful vocals. For more information about Dixon, visit his website at swiftrivermusic.com. He was instrumental in the development of Mya-Moe Ukuleles, including their unique resonator model. The workshop will be co-facilitated by Moe's long-time musical collaborator Jimmy Sferes; these two have played together on and off for over thirty years and recorded a CD together as part of the trio Dixon, Sferes & Shreve.
Stick around for an energetic acoustic performance by Moe Dixon from 7-8:30pm in Wheeler Hall later that same evening.
Sponsored by the Cultural Events Committee at Colby-Sawyer College. For more information about the workshop, contact Jimmy Sferes at 603.526.3483 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Free and open to the public.
Join Jimmy Sferes on a musical journey that explores the history of the guitar and its origins. He will discuss and demonstrate the sound qualities and playing technique inherent in several types of instruments including acoustic, electric, resonator and slide.
Jimmy Sferes played his first guitar at age seven and has been a professional musician, composer, producer and instructor for over 40 years. During his diverse music and recording career he has opened for the likes of David Wilcox, Delbert McClinton, Blues Traveler, Larry Coryell, Richard Elliott, and America. As the musical duo Sferes & White he and his wife have toured nationally and performed on Garrison Keillor’s “A Prairie Home Companion.” Jimmy also recently composed and recorded the instrumental soundtrack for the soon to be released modern western film “Out of the Wild.”
The community is invited to join Colby-Sawyer College in welcoming students back to town on the first day of the spring semester. Enjoy fire pits and s’mores on the Quad, as well as an outdoor hot chocolate bar. Inside in the dining hall you can listen to music by Sferes & White. Soups, stews, chili and bread bowls will be available in the dining hall for $5.50.
Sferes & White will be the featured performers at the Andover Community Coffehouse. They'll open up the show with a half-hour set, followed by NH Magazine's Best Open Mic in the state. Arrive at 6pm to sign up for the open mic and/or to enjoy a light supper, proceeds to benefit the Grange Renovation Fund. The show begins at 7pm.
The New London Farmers' Market on the Town Green is the place to find Local Farmers, Bakers, Crafters, Artisans and LIVE MUSIC during the summer. Locally grown produce, eggs, meats, honey, maple syrup, arts, crafts, baked goods, jams, pickles, prepared ready-to-eat foods, and drinks are available at the market.
This annual event features activities, shows, concerts, a craft fair, boat rides, food vendors and fireworks all over town at the Harbor, Velie Playground, Veterans Hall, The Fells, Safety Services Building and the Town Offices. And it's all free! (Well, except for lunch, of course.) Sferes & White will be performing near the Town Hall in the afternoon, so pencil that into your schedule!
Sferes & White are tonight's featured performers for this new acoustic concert series at the historic Sunapee Livery Building located in Sunapee Harbor, N.H. These concerts are co-hosted by the Sunapee Heritage Alliance and the Sunapee Community Coffeehouse. Coffee, tea, water and light refreshments will be available and the doors open at 6:30pm.
Muster Field Farm Museum’s fourteenth annual musical fundraiser will feature an exciting line-up of local folk, blues, jazz, and rock musicians. Burgers, hot dogs, snacks, & beverages will be on sale or pack your own picnic & beverages to enjoy. Gate opens at 3:30, music begins at 4:00 and ends around 9:30. If you're coming out to hear us, we'll be on-stage as the second-to-last band of the night--around 7:30pm or so! Tickets are $15 per person, children 14 and under are free, available on site the day of the event.