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One Longfellow Square

181 State St., Portland, ME



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George Winston


George Winston is known for interpreting pieces on solo piano by his most beloved composers. The inspiration for this happened in 1965 when, at 16, he saw "A Charlie Brown Christmas," featuring Vince Guaraldi's timeless soundtrack. In addition to Guaraldi, other influences on Winston include Professor Longhair, The Doors, Frank Zappa, Randy Newman and Sam Cooke. Outside of his piano compositions and performances, he is also an accomplished blues harmonica and slack-key guitar player. In concert, he'll play selections from his seasonal favorites performed in his melodic folk style, as well as some New Orleans R&B, stride piano, and more.


• Sun 3/25/18 - Mon 3/26/18 at - 8:00 PM

Other Upcoming Events

Peter Mulvey


Wisconsin native Peter Mulvey apprenticed as a street musician in Ireland before immersing himself in Boston's booming acoustic music scene as a subway and club performer.


• Thu 3/22/18 at - 8:00 PM

Erica Brown & The Bluegrass Connection


Erica Brown & The Bluegrass Connection is a five-piece bluegrass band from Portland, Maine.


• Fri 3/23/18 at - 8:00 PM

Don Campbell Band


Campbell is a veteran country musician from Maine.


• Thu 3/29/18 at - 8:00 PM

Robyn Hitchcock


Over the past three decades, Robyn Hitchcock has built a large and distinctive body of work that's established him as one of rock's most respected and beloved iconoclasts. The prolific English singer/songwriter/guitarist's vivid surrealist songcraft has won him an uncommonly devoted international fan base, and created an ongoing demand for rare and unreleased Hitchcock material. He has 21 studio albums (including his self-titled 2017 effort) and nine live albums to his name, and was the subject of a Jonthan Demme-directed concert film, "Storefront Hitchcock."


• Wed 4/11/18 at - 8:00 PM

The Gibson Brothers


The Gibson Brothers Band was formed in the early '90s by siblings Eric and Leigh Gibson and by father and son team Junior and Mike Barber. Their debut album, 'Long Forgotten Dream,' was released in 1996. In 2010 their recording of the song 'Ring the Bell' won IBMA awards for Song of the Year and Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year. 'Help My Brother' is their tenth release. The album features twelve tracks, most of which are originals. The Gibson Brothers continue in the classic bluegrass tradition of close-harmony brother duets.


• Fri 4/13/18 at - 8:00 PM

Mary Gauthier

Country, Folk

Alt-country singer/songwriter Mary Gauthier exploded onto the scene in 1999 following her self-released sophomore effort, "Drag Queens in Limousines." The album, which garnered her a Crossroads Silver Star and a four-star rating in Rolling Stone, had critics comparing her self-described "country noir" to the likes of Townes Van Zandt, Steve Earle, John Prine, and, not surprisingly, Lucinda Williams. Gauthier's warmly candid treatment of her fringe-dwelling subjects rings true and never verges on sentimental.


• Wed 4/18/18 at - 8:00 PM

The Mammals


Fronted by second generation fiddler/singer, Ruth Ungar, and multi-instrumental wordsmith, Mike Merenda, The Mammals are a dynamic, five-piece Americana quintet from New York’s storied Hudson Valley.


• Sat 4/21/18 at - 8:00 PM

Amy Black


Amy Black is a folk and Americana singer/songwriter from Massachusetts, now based in Nashville.


• Thu 4/26/18 at - 8:00 PM

John Gorka


John Gorka has been part of the new folk movement since the late '80s, slowly and steadily carving out his niche. His honest writing and ability to say it all with an economy of words has won him much praise and his fans' devotion.


• Fri 4/27/18 at - 8:00 PM