Siena and Dexter
Siena Kaplan-Thompson (fiddle) and Dexter Harding (tenor banjo) have been performing together almost 3 years as half of the White Mountain Céilí Band. The band plays mostly instrumental music from the dancing traditions of Ireland, Scotland and Cape Breton. Siena’s fiddling is smooth and energizing. Dexter’s banjo playing is crisp and driving. Their rhythms and melodies are sure to get your toes tapping.
 
They have performed on the Cold River Radio Show, at the Corner House Tavern, the Tamworth Lyceum, and at the Portland, Wolfeboro and Tamworth contra dances. They appear Wednesdays weekly at the Wildcat Tavern in Jackson. They also play for farmer’s markets and other events throughout the region.
 
Dennis & Davey
Dennis O’Neil and Davey Armstrong, the popular and multi-talented duo “Four Feet Two Shoes”, bring an exciting mix of traditional Irish and Celtic songs in addition to popular and classic music.

Dennis and Davey’s music is greatly influenced by traditional Irish and Scottish ballads, jigs and reels, and flavored with touches of reggae, and rock and roll. Their rapport with any audience, young and old is warm and instant. They have a great love for what they do and it shows. They have performed throughout New England and at the prestigious Bermuda folk all the while maintaining their residence in the Mount Washington Valley.
Why the name Four Feet Two Shoes? Their name is derived from Davey’s preference to play the bass pedals with his bare feet – while also playing the guitar or banjo – while also playing harmonica, Celtic flute, and singing! They have a special way of creating a fun and family-friendly party atmosphere wherever they go. Their ballads are hauntingly beautiful. 
 
Dennis and Davey have shared the stage with such diverse acts as the New England Symphony, Caeli Rain, the Austin Lounge Lizards, the New England Brass Ensemble and the Lowe Family, the Rustic Overtones, Devonsquare, and Livingston Taylor.  They continue to enjoy performing for audiences of all ages at concerts, festivals, special functions, and several popular Irish pubs throughout New England and especially in their hometown of North Conway. 
 
Miss Maybell & Slimpickins

Miss Maybell and Slimpickin’s are a musical duo based in New England. They play American, Jazz, Blues, Country, and Ragtime music from the 1910-40s, as well as original tunes. In addition to their regular calendar of gigs throughout New England, they have been featured on several radio stations for live performances, and their music has been aired on several radio stations throughout the US and Canada. Their music was also featured on Dan Aykroyd's Radio program "Blues Breaker". Wherever they play they bring unexpected smiles to the faces of those around them, and are guaranteed to be like no other duo you have ever seen before! They also won "Best of NH 2016" by NH Magazine for Americana Music!

"They pose like a Grand Ole Opry comedy act (think Minnie Pearl) and play music from the 1920-1930s-era, jug band, ragtime, jazz and blues with sincere virtuosity. Slimpickin’s writes songs and plays classic finger-style guitar; Miss Maybell plays banjo and taps her steel brushes on a tricked-out washboard. She also commands an impressive kazoo, but the secret weapon they unleash is Maybell’s vocals — deep and strong enough to join an angel choir with the likes of Bessie Smith and Billie Holiday." - New Hampshire Magazine 

 
Jonathan Sarty
Jonathan Sarty (Classic Americana) is a native of New England and founder of the White Mountain Boys, the Jonathan Sarty Band, and the popular Cold River Radio Show (hosted by Jonathan and his renowned Cold River Radio Band).
 
An accomplished songwriter, recording artist, and performer with an extensive repertoire covering a variety of genres along with his own adaptations of Classic American Hits. Known for a great voice and versatility he has been entertaining crowds of all kinds throughout New England and beyond for decades. He has developed an extensive repertoire through years of professional performing.
 
In addition to his own original music his catalog features classic crooners by the likes of Sinatra, Cole, and Fitzgerald, Classic Country songs performed by artists such as Johnny CashRay CharlesWillie NelsonMarty RobbinsHank Williams and other greats.
 
Jonathan covers everything from Elvis Presley Hits to Classic Rock Hits by artists such as Neil YoungTom PettyBob Seger, the Eagles, and more. From American Songbook Standards, Classic Country, Classic Rock, Rock'n Roll, Boogie Woogie, and love songs to ballads and folk songs by artists such as Cat Stevensand Jim Croce.
 
Whether singing Bob Dylan's works or songs of the Moody Blues Jonathan makes each song his own with style. Playing to his crowd adeptly has made Jonathan Sarty a New England commodity, which explains why he is performing hundreds of shows a year regionally and throughout his homeland of New England. Whether performing with the Jonathan Sarty Band, his fabulous Cold River Radio Band, or a solo show, Jonathan is a dedicated performer who never fails to put on a great show.
 
His theory is... "If you don't intend to give it 100%, don't bother doing it at all."
 
Bradley Jazz Collective
The Bradley Street Jazz Collective performs creative arrangements of classic jazz standards as well as original compositions.  The group takes its name from the street where Fryeburg Academy's Leura-Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center is located.  This venue has served as a home for the group, where annual performances anchor the Bradley Street Backstage concert series sponsored by Fryeburg Academy. 
 
The Bradley Street Jazz Collective performs both as a trio and a quartet at venues throughout the region, including Stone Mountain Arts Center (Brownfield ME), the Brick Church (Lovell, ME), and Pittman's Freightroom (Laconia, NH).