4:30-5:45pm The Pinkletinks 6-7:15pm The Roundabouts 7:30-9pm The Black-Eyed Susans
4-5pm Jan Hulka 5:30-6:30pm Rob Lytle 7-8pm Jessie Leaman and Rick O’Gorman
4:30-6pm The Convertibles 6:30-8pm The Jelly Roll Horns w/ Sabrina 8-9pm MVFF Free Movie in the Park TBA
4-5pm Jodie Treloar Samson 5:30-6:30pm David Wolff 7-8pm Lucy Mayhew
4:30-6pm Missis Biskis 6:30-8pm Brothers McMahon 8-9pm MVFF Free Movie in the Park TBA
4-5pm Laura Ann 5:30-6:30pm Jared Salvatore 7-8pm Lydia Fischer
4:30-5:45pm The Pickpocket Bluegrass Band 6-7:15pm Fort Vine 7:30-9pm The Dock Dance Band
Bella: Bossa Nova, Jazz and Samba with Bella. A significant repertoire with the Brazilian Music of Tom Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Baden Powell - “Consolação, Luiz Bonfá - Manhã de Carnaval - Black Orpheus ” among others, including Bella’s guitar and cavaquinho, original bossas and sambas.
The Pinkletinks: This family-friendly band performs classic children’s songs in a rock band style. They frequent the island’s libraries with children’s concerts and perform a mixed repertoire at the West Tisbury Farmers Market. In addition to the kids repertoire, the band also performs as Jellybone Rivers and the Maniacs of the Heart, rocking diverse covers and originals. w/ Rob Myers (guitar, lead vocals) Andy Herr (lead guitar, vocals) Anthony Esposito (drums, vocals) and Jeremy Berlin (keys)
Brad Tucker: Brad Tucker was born in West Tisbury into a musical family and was raised on the sounds of legends such as Doc Watson, Blind Willie Mctell, Bill Monroe, assorted Motown, and Chess records artists. Tucker’s early interest in blues morphed into traditional flat picked fiddle tunes, then classic rock, then punk rock, then bluegrass, and then came full rifle to find himself immersed in the raucous, foot stomping, ragtime boogie Wookiee blues musings of Woody Pines and co.
The Roundabouts: Founded by island couple Erik and Cheryl Lowe, this band performs a mix of classics between country, rock, and blues, and can often be heard performing in the Portuguese American Club in Oak Bluffs. w/ Erik Lowe (guitar, vocals) Julius Lowe (guitar, vocals) Cheryl Lowe (bass, vocals) and Chuck Downing (drums, vocals)
Porchlight w/ Noah Maxner: Original music featuring Noah Maxner and Anthony Esposito. A unique collaborative compositional vision pushes the boundaries of sound.
The Black-Eyed Susans: A blues rock band that plays some great classic blues and mixes in some upbeat rock to get people moving and grooving! w/ Michael “Icey” Baird (lead vocals, harmonica) Delanie Pickering (guitar) Greg Ruszala (keys) Lance Fullin (bass) Andy Vandal (drums)
Jan Hulka: Jan is an island flutist originally from the Czech Republic. He passionately plays from the heart on many varied styles of bamboo flutes from Kiowa Native, Shakuhachi, Arabian, Egyptian... from meditation flutes to penny whistles. The most unique sound comes from Fujara, his homeland’s traditional instrument.
The Convertibles: A new local band serves up their own spin on vocal-driven classic jazz and blues, adding originals and jazzy takes on pop tunes to the mix. w/ Becky Williams (piano, vocals) Rich Giaimo (guitar) Jessie Leaman (bass) Mike Alberice (drums)
Rob Lytle: The first thing you will notice is a voice that is effortlessly powerful and immediately intimate. When combined with songs that move from humor, to wry observation, and to satisfying moments of recognition, Rob has been described as “an irresistible artist, the kind whose vocal tenderness and lyrical honesty compel you to listen.”
The Jelly Roll Horns with Sabrina: The best reggae and funk musicians on MV playing reggae/funk/jam with horns and a party attitude. w/ Sabrina Luening (vocals) Mark (trombone) Brian “King” Nelson (sax)
Jodie Treloar Sampson: A recent island transplant, Jodie’s sound is singer/songwriter meets indie folk with influences such as Sharon Van Etten, Ryan Adams, Laura Marling, Jason Lytle and Elliot Smith. Her album “Viola” can be bought from Island Music in Vineyard Haven, and on 75orlessrecords.com.
Missis Biskis: Missis Biskis cruises the Americana Highway from Hank to Hendrix, Loretta to Lucinda with many stops along the way w/ Missis Biskis (guitar, vocals) Don Grover (electric guitar, vocals) Taurus the Bull (double bass, vocals) and Buck Shank (mandolin)
David Wolff: David has been finger picking since the age of 15. That was when he heard his first Hot Tuna album and decided he had to learn how to make music himself. It was the music and style of playing of Rock and Roll Hall of famer Jorma Kaukonen of Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna fame that snagged his soul. Over the years he has learned from, taught with and played alongside Jorma, Oteil Burbidge of The Allman Brothers and Dead & Co., David Bromberg and many other accomplished musicians.
Brothers McMahon: Known & beloved throughout the Northeast for their freewheeling marathon sets of classic rock, new wave, soul, and gospel music, the Brothers McMahon marry Irish spirit with pure Americana in an uplifting sonic revival of the soul of rock and roll. w/ Griffin McMahon (keys, vocals) Sean McMahon (guitar, vocals) and Tec MacInnes (drums)
Lucy Mayhew: With a soft yet powerful vocal delivery, Lucy will make you swoon as you listen to her cover a diverse palate including The Smiths and Lana Del Rey, and perform a number of inspired, melancholic originals.
The Pickpocket Bluegrass Band: Pickpocket blends the heart of American roots music with good ol’ fashioned Yankee ingenuity to deliver some of the freshest, toe tappin’ bluegrass-ish music around. w/ Dana Edelman (guitar, lead vocals) Charles Giordano (mandolin, fiddle, banjo, vocals) Andy Herr (banjolele, melodica, vocals) and Brad Tucker (string bass, vocals)
Jared Salvatore: This natural troubadour brings a pop sensibility to the singer-songwriter world, and a lyric-driven introspection to the pop world. Jared has performed previously in several Boston-based bands in a variety of genres like progressive rock and funk, and now resides full-time on the Vineyard.
Fort Vine: Known as one of Manhattan’s best-kept secrets (although people are starting to catch on), Fort Vine is named after a tree fort nestled in a secret corner of abandoned overgrowth on the crowded island. Imagine Fleetwood Mac, Fleet Foxes, and The Beach Boys sitting around a campfire, having a deep conversation about life. Set that to music, and you’ve got Fort Vine. Their music is something everyone can connect to; whether it be their sweeping melodies, rich harmonies, catchy rhythms, or poetic lyrics - there’s a lot to love about Fort Vine. They weave several genres of music together, from Indie-Rock to Folk-Pop, best described as Alternative Art-Rock. w/ Trevor Tunison (guitar, vocals) Nyna Nelson (vocals)
Lydia Fischer: A talented Berklee graduate and Martha's Vineyard native, Lydia writes originals and covers a range of mesmerizing and catchy tunes that range from whimsical to spell-bindingly, emotionally driven, with a knock-dead voice to back it up.
The Dock Dance Band: Heard throughout the summer at their regular Tuesday evening performance at the memorial wharf in Edgartown that gives this band its name, the Dock Dance Band performs upbeat danceable modern country rock blues and R&B with an emphasis on good vibes! w/ Adam Petkus (vocals, harmonica) John Stanwood (guitar) Niko Ewing (guitar) Alex Karalekas (bass) and Jamie Greene (drums)