Sunday Music Series

We are thankful for a wonderful Summer Sunday music series 2021!

Every Sunday from Memorial Day through the end of September, we offer folks a wonderful opportunity to see live local music in our beautiful, lakefront, outdoor setting from 3-6 PM. One can enjoy a cold beverage, appetizers, or a full meal while listening to the music. There is swimming and kayaking available as well, for no charge, if you’re dining with us. There is a suggested donation of $5 per person – thank you! Please feel free to bring your own lawn chair if you prefer, but no outside food or beverages.

Music EVERY Sunday from 3-6 PM from May 30th through September 26th
Our full menu is available, and we always have great specials.

We are always looking for new musicians. If you know of someone who might be interested, please have them contact Erin & Nick at LSHMonson@yahoo.com.

 

Here is the lineup:

May 30th (Memorial Day Weekend!)

Double Entendre brings over 40 years of professional music experience to the stage.  Both former radio DJs, this duo loves to share a story with the song and draw the audience into their performance. From jazz, blues, classic rock, country, bluegrass and pop, Double Entendre brings Americana music to the audience with toe tapping tunes and music that makes you want to sing along.

June 6th

The Northern Grey Band returns for their third summer with LSH. They are an eclectic family band in Maine consisting vocals, guitar, mandolin, keys, and bass. They play a variety of music from progressive bluegrass to rock and pop music.

June 13th

Jenny Lou Drew.  This Duo performs new renditions of old and new favorites from jazz to blues to rock and old school blues

June 20th

Tony’s Martini Club plays an eclectic mix of folk/blues. An acoustic duo featuring MZ, a classically trained yet soulful female vocalist, and Tony B., a brilliant blues guitarist. Together they have a laid-back yet palpable stage energy that you have to see to believe.

June 27th

Brad Hutchinson Project.  Emerging from the depths of Northern Maine in Aroostook County, Brad Hutchinson has been stirring up jams since 2010 and most recently with a rotation of County musicians rounding out the “Project.”  Their energetic grooves and northern-flavored progressive folk rock are both grounding to the body and stimulating to the inner sound factory.  Whether you are dancing with the wind or sprawled out on the grass, the BHP has all the elements needed to resonate the optimal music experience.

July 4th (Holiday weekend!)

Jay and Tammy Variety come all the way from Texas every year on their way up the coast to PEI with selections from swing, big band era, classic country, 50s rock and roll, bluegrass and whatever they pick up from the audience.

July 11th

The Doughty Hill Band will draw a crowd with their engaging mix of folk, Irish, rock, Americana, and blues with tight vocals, virtuoso leads, and an entertaining acoustic edge. JT Curran plays a wide range of songs spanning 50 years. Rock and Blues from the 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, sprinkled with a bunch of originals make for an eclectic listening experience.

BONUS SHOW!!!  SATURDAY JULY 17TH IS MONSON’S SUMMERFEST!!

July 17th (Saturday)

Tony’s Martini Club. 12-3pm. Tony’s Martini Club plays an eclectic mix of folk/blues. An acoustic duo featuring MZ, a classically trained yet soulful female vocalist, and Tony B., a brilliant blues guitarist. Together they have a laid-back yet palpable stage energy that you have to see to believe.

The Northern Gray Band: 4-6pm. The Northern Grey Band returns for their third summer with LSH. They are an eclectic family band in Maine consisting vocals, guitar, mandolin, keys, and bass. They play a variety of music from progressive bluegrass to rock and pop music.

July 18th

Whiskey Dan Williams is an engaging solo performer, who lends his signature growl to many Country, Rock, and Bluesy favorites.

July 25th

Double Entendre brings over 40 years of professional music experience to the stage.  Both former radio DJs, this duo loves to share a story with the song and draw the audience into their performance. From jazz, blues, classic rock, country, bluegrass and pop, Double Entendre brings Americana music to the audience with toe tapping tunes and music that makes you want to sing along.

August 1st

Tony’s Martini Club plays an eclectic mix of folk/blues. An acoustic duo featuring MZ, a classically trained yet soulful female vocalist, and Tony B., a brilliant blues guitarist. Together they have a laid-back yet palpable stage energy that you have to see to believe.

August 8th

Troy Youngblood plays a combination of soul and blues that will be sure to grab your attention. His easy-going style will let you enjoy his sweet melodies.

August 15th – CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19

When Particles Collide is the duo of Sasha Alcott and Chris Viner. Their acoustic performances are reminiscent of the MTV Unplugged sessions from the mid 90’s.

August 22nd – CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19

Whisky Dan Williams is an engaging solo performer, who lends his signature growl to many Country, Rock, and Bluesy favorites.

August 29th

Brad Hutchinson Project.  Emerging from the depths of Northern Maine in Aroostook County, Brad Hutchinson has been stirring up jams since 2010 and most recently with a rotation of County musicians rounding out the “Project.”  Their energetic grooves and northern-flavored progressive folk rock are both grounding to the body and stimulating to the inner sound factory.  Whether you are dancing with the wind or sprawled out on the grass, the BHP has all the elements needed to resonate the optimal music experience.

September 5th (Labor Day Weekend!)

Bare Back Rider is a trio based in downeast Maine featuring Rachel Bell from R.E. Bell and The Milk and Honey Rebellion, with Curtis Russet and Pete Davis from the band Shirt Tail Kin. They perform originals in the singer/songwriter tradition with lovely harmonies and masterful guitar accompaniment.

September 12th

Josh Guthrie Band.  This group plays a variety of rock music from the 70s and 80s to now in addition to classical country tunes. They bring a fun sound to the stage with their incorporation of trumpet and sax.

September 19th

Beaver Cove Dave. Part of the band Halfway Home, Dave brings easy-going tunes that will appeal to a broad audience.

September 26th

Travis Cyr and the ThunderHeart Lion. A gentle force of Maine-made original, cerebral folk & roots music full of space, emotion & energy.  Solo vs duo performance TBD.

October 3rd – no music this date
October 10th

Whisky Dan Williams returns! He is an engaging solo performer, who lends his signature growl to many Country, Rock, and Bluesy favorites.