Don’t miss Aimee Mann's return to the Park following her well-attended debut performance in 2017. This incredible American rock singer-songwriter is once again joined by special guest Jonathan Coulton – a Brooklyn-based indie musician and former computer programmer best known for his songs about geek culture.
Dinosaur Jr. front man, J Mascis will hit the Wilcox Main Stage this summer following his new solo album, Elastic Days, a scorching solo album with just the right mix of pre and post creativity of J Mascis + the Fog.
Mascis’ sets are organic and honest, matching his casual demeanor. Even beyond that, he’s guaranteed to obliterate any stereotype of a gentle, smooth solo acoustic performance. Mascis cranks the effects on his acoustic guitars, dropping toasty, crunchy solos like an anchor into the ocean.
GRAMMY Award-winning artist Warren Haynes joins the River House Restaurant Concert Series on July 27th for his debut on the Wilcox Main Stage. Haynes is a cornerstone of the American music landscape, hailed as one of the most formidable guitarists, songwriters, and vocalists of the modern era. He effortlessly cross pollinates genres and unfurls solos that broil with passion in his distinctive, signature style.
The king of six-string indie folk, Kurt Vile is best known for his solo work and as the former lead guitarist of The War on Drugs, Vile has slowly, quietly become one of the great American guitarists and songwriters of our time.
Acclaimed singer/songwriter, performer, and Grammy nominee- Anderson East will make his debut on the Wilcox Main Stage this summer as part of the River House Restaurant Concert Series on Sunday, August 18th.
There are musicians who call themselves road warriors, and then there’s Anderson East. An unflinching, inimitable talent armed with a potent and husky voice, the gritty-blues and-soul-toasting singer has spent the better part of two years pounding the pavement in the wake of his breakout debut album, 2015’s Delilah.