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Music Festival AT Lyman Orchards

June 22 @ 11:45 am - 5:00 pm

Lyman Orchards presents their Food Truck on the Farm event – with our musicians to entertain everyone!

Family-friendly FREE event!

All kinds of family fun, with a whole lot full of food trucks. Music throughout the day under the big tent by the Apple Barrel.

Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Giveaway–Camping passes (2)

Featuring:

11:45 – 12:30→Terri and Rob Duo (folk / singer/songwriters)
12:30 – 1:30→After The Fall (Prog rock)
  1:30 – 2:15→Troy Millette (Touring Pop / folk singer/songwriter)
  2:15 – 3:15→Mattabesset String Collective (Bluegrass band)
  3:15 – 4:00→Steve Dedman  (Americana singer/songwriter, founder of Plywood Cowboy)
  4:00 – 5:00→Frankie and The Know It Alls (Blues / rock band)


Terri and Rob Duo:

Rob DeSorbo has been playing since he was 12. He started playing rock and blues and eventually grew fond of jazz fusion. He was a member of the Blue Mountain Band (BMB), which formed in 1971 with a rock and blues focus that ultimately evolved into a jazz fusion focus. After BMB disbanded in 1981, Rob spent the next 30+ years recording and doing live shows and showcasing an eclectic mix of styles.

Terri Lachance has been playing and writing songs since her early teen years.  Like one of her favorite original songs, she has always landed with “Two feet on the Ground” when confronted with life’s challenges. Her songs are rooted in her life experiences and her deeply held beliefs. Every tune emanates from her heart and soul.

Together, these musicians make up the Terri and Rob Duo. They perform a mix of covers and originals and they encourage you to see them live and enjoy their musical talents.

 

After the Fall:

This latest release from veteran US-based prog rockers After The Fall is classic lyrical & instrumental Prog Rock on steroids! Tracks range from acoustic and lyrical, to hard driving fusion instrumentals, to full-blown Progressive Epics.

 

Troy Millette:

Heart, humor, and humility are the keys to success for singer/songwriter Troy Millette, a Fairfax, Vermont native who has quickly earned himself a reputation as one of New England’s most promising up-and-comers. Whether performing solo, alongside violinist Dylan Gombas, or fronting the full-band project the Fire Below, Millette’s shows are guaranteed to entertain music-lovers of all kinds through their striking original songs, imaginative covers, and witty onstage banter.

Since arriving on the local circuit in 2010, Millette has continuously worked to hone his craft, playing hundreds of shows across the Northeast United States and Canada with esteemed touring acts such as Grace Potter, Counting Crows, Richard Marx, Rick Springfield, Trey Anastasio (Phish), Mondo Cozmo, the Ghost of Paul Revere, Dawes, the Marcus King Band, Oh Honey (now known as lovelytheband), Noah Guthrie (of America’s Got Talent and the FOX television series ‘glee’), Will Evans and Barefoot Truth, Kat Wright, Madaila, Seth Yacovone, Gang of Thieves, 8084, Jamie Lee Thurston, and more.

 

The Mattabesset String Collective:

Mattabesset String Collective is a five-piece acoustic ensemble playing an eclectic mix of bluegrass, blues, folk, mountain, country and rock, all in a string band style. The band has played in various configurations around central Connecticut for over ten years. Its present lineup includes Barry Chernoff (guitar), Marc Eisner (mandolin), Rebecca McCallum (fiddle), Gil Skillman (banjo, cuatro, and dobro) and Kevin Wiliarty (bass).

 

Steve Dedman:

Plywood Cowboy frontman Steve Dedman writes heart-born songs that interweave the rich heritage of country roots with singer-songwriter traditions. A keyboardist and guitarist, Steve learned to pick and sing true American music at an early age, inspired by artists such as Kris Kristopherson and Lefty Frizzell. Dedman’s songs are featured on Plywood Cowboy’s 2016 debut album, Channel 33. Accolades for the music describe it as a “seriously hooky debut EP” (The Day) and “steeped in tradition, with lyrics full of longing, truth and heart” (Sound Waves Magazine).

 

Frankie and The Know It Alls:

Frank Albert has been pleasing crowds with his renditions of rock, jazz and rhythm & blues for over 30 years. He has performed in clubs all over Connecticut with his band, Frankie and The Know It Alls. He is known for his hard-driving guitar style and his flair for performing.

See Lyman’s site here

To be held under the big tent at 32 Reeds Gap Road, Middlefield, CT

 

Details

Date:
June 22
Time:
11:45 am - 5:00 pm