Sunday Music Series

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 donations 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


Drink Specials and Half Price Wings. Our full menu is available and our buffalo wings are 1/2 price all day long (No take out on wings on Sunday, sorry!).

We are always looking for new musicians. If you know of someone who might be interested please have them contact Rebekah at


Here is the line-up:

May 26

Greenville’s own Shelagh Talbot will return once again with her soulful and far reaching collection of songs to delight almost everyone’s listening ear.

June 2nd

Double Entendre presents an acoustic mix with great harmonies.

June 9th

The Lovely’s will bring in what they call Hillbilly Swing, a high energy mash-up of Americana, Country, Blues, and Traditional Jazz.

June 16th

Troy Youngblood is new to the area from Florida bringing his gritty and soulful vocals and swampy, southern roots music to the microphone.

June 23

Jenny Lou Drew will perform new renditions of old and new favorites from jazz to blues to rock and old school blues.

June 30

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 7th

Jim Gallant….

July 14

Bob Lovelace plays anything from Dylan to Lennon to Lovelace with some fine Country standards for a lovely Sunday afternoon.

July 21

For the past 18 years Travis Cyr has been driving his acoustic freight train of cerebral folk & roots music all around the beautiful state of Maine. Quiet and gentle yet vast and strong, his songs are full of vividly honest and poetic lyrics and emotionally percussive acoustic guitar. He has released 7 CD’s of all original material including 2 new releases in 2017. He has broken over (aprox.) 2,357 guitar strings (and counting) and played over 1400 shows. He is also the founder of the Arootsakoostik Music Festival and he looks forward to sharing his organic garden of songs with you.”

July 28th
The Doughty Hill Band will draw a crowd with their engaging mix of folk, Irish, rock, Americana and blues with a tight vocals, virtuoso leads and an entertaining acoustic edge.
August 4

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 making for an eclectic listening experience.

August 11

The Work Trucks: The Brendan Lake & Chris Lannon acoustic guitar duo, opened for the Mallett Brothers Band at the Unity College Performing Arts Center. These guys are part of the popular band, the Work Trucks. Brendan is the front man & Chris plays bass.  New to Lakeshore House this year….

August 18th

The Northern Grey:  The Doughty Hill Band meets Harmony Hill plus amazing husband on the keyboard! DO NOT MISS THIS!  New to Lakeshore House this year….

August 25

The Lovely’s return to Lakeshore House

September 1

Jenny Lou Drew returns….

September 8th

Eric Green is new to the Lakeshore House this summer! Swampy delta bottleneck slide guitar, New Orleans and Boogie Woogie Piano and Travis-style country finger-picking blues are all ingredients in Green’s sound.  Maine-centric originals, trucking driving songs and a pile of songs from New Orleans.  Eric has shared the stage with the likes of Little Feat, Earl King, Poppa Chubby and the Plimsouls.

September 15th

Whiskey Dan sings a mix of Johnny Cash, The Cranberries,

September 22nd

Double Entendre presents an acoustic mix with great harmonies.

September 29

The Northern Grey returns!   If you missed them on 8/18 please don’t make the same mistake again…