Back in 1976, The Band joined together with many friends to perform what is arguably the best collaborative concert ever assembled, with guests such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, Doctor John, and Joni Mitchell. The Seacoast Last Waltz first performed in November 2018 to raucous reviews and includes some of the area’s best talent, raising $3000 in the process to feed families in York County. On Saturday, March 16, this performance comes to 3S Artspace in Portsmouth, NH.
Special guests contributing to this magical evening include Courtney Brocks, Stu Dias, Kate Redgate, Mary Dellea, Amanda Jean Kowalski, Bryan Killough, Mike Rogers, Mike Effenberger, Jim Rudolf, Joe Young, Daniel King, Greg Glasson, Duncan Watt, Zack Lange, Eric Klaxton, Tim McCoy, Martin England, Cecil Ables and more. This will be a performance of the film version of the Last Waltz, with a few additions and subtractions.
A portion of proceeds will benefit Continuum Arts Collective, a 501(c)3 nonprofit who assists underserved, school-aged artists and musicians in Maine and New Hampshire by providing them with instruments, art supplies, and instruction for both.
February 7, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Come in out of the cold and indulge your senses. Chocolate, wine, perfume, and art are at the center of this Currier After Hours. Along with a special menu and cash bar in our Winter Garden Café, guests will enjoy wine tastings, chocolate, and live music by singer-songwriter Tristan Omand.
The Kate Redgate Band is Americana, Alt-Country, Folk, and Rock n' Roll. Kate is at work getting a whole batch of new songs on tape for 2019 release, and currently playing them with a stellar band lineup featuring Jon Nolan, Rick Habib and Mark Paquin.
"With these songs it feels as though Redgate is inviting you into her life and wants to tell you about it and when it all comes down to it thats what makes a songwriter great." - Jeffrey Kurtis, Today's Country Magazine
"...the cool thing about this is not just the music, but Kate Redgate. She is a humble single mother in love with life and music who knew that she had to do this. It takes courage to get this far, but what it really takes is unfailing belief and a mountain of hard work. If I worked for Nashville, I would have to say that this is what makes America great. I don't, so let me alter it to my own specifications. This is what makes "music" great. Welcome to the new music industry." - Frank Gutch,
Tristan Omand opens the night of music. Tickets on sale now.
Green Heron, consisting of Betsy and Scott Heron of the Opined Few are releasing an album on August 18th and Tristan will be opening the show.