Wednesday

Music and Art at the Newmarket Farmers' Market Saturday 9/26

Todd Royce Morton (audio)will be performing at the market this Saturday. He grew up in Brattleboro, VT during the burgeoning commercial blues boom and pop cleverness of the 1980s. Todd's music reflects this and his innate interest in 50's bebo and 60's psychedelic blues-rock. Todd has a deep performance background sharing the stage with the likes of Duke Robillard, Ronnie Earl and Johnny Winter. As a sideman he has played and recorded with members of Van Morisson's band and the Saturday Night Live Band just to name a few. View Todd's extensive bio and cd information here.

Candace Reed Stella will be featured this weekend at the farmers' market. Stella is known for her striking oil paintings of Southwest landscapes, views of the Bay, and horses. The paintings tend to be atmospheric and textural, with rich use of color. She will have many smaller paintings as well as some never been seen. Candace feels the farmer's market will be a good opportunity to show them and sell them at a lower cost than at a gallery. She will also have the Newmarket Farmers Market tote on sale and some interesting unique items. For more information, contact Candace.

Silver
& Central duo of Carolyn
Hutton and Todd Seely will also be performing this Saturday for market goers. Carolyn plays the mandolin and the guitar. She also performs with the local band Bliss (audio). Todd's music spans many genres - bluegrass, gospel, rock and roll, metal, folk, and acoustic coffee house style music. He toured with the seminal punk band the Bruisers on two European tours where he played lead guitar. Todd has played for audiences throughout the U.S. as well as Europe, Central America and East Africa. Todd and Carolyn will both be singing some songs written by Todd and Carolyn as well as some old Carter family and Ralph Stanley and Louvin brothers songs. For more information, contact Carolyn or Todd.

The Newmarket Farmers' Market is open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Stone Church parking lot through October 10th. The weekly vendors offer fresh and organic food choices.

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