• Sheepscot General Store (map)
  • 98 Townhouse Rd
  • Whitefield, Maine


William Joseph Jiordan, Sugarbush and The Oshima Brothers $12 July 14th 6-9pm

The Oshima Brothers, a duo consisting of brothers Sean and Jamie, have been creating music together their whole lives. The brothers are known for their powerful vocal harmony, joyous interaction, and skilled musicianship. They have been entertaining audiences throughout Maine for over 5 years, playing in living rooms, parks, concert halls, bars, churches and opera houses. Jamie is recognized for his virtuosic guitar playing, is also likely to add mandolin and foot percussion, while Sean is known for his warm vocals, percussion, and smooth songwriting.

Sugarbush– A rollicking soulful trio of powerhouse women, they bring a variety of genres into their unique Americana Folk mix. Amy Green (guitar and vocals), Becca Biggs (banjo, foot percussion, and vocals), and Camille Giglio (cello and vocals) came together during the long winter of 2015 and quickly found they had a unique sound and a harmonized passion for speaking truth through music. They have been creating happy fans ever since, presenting mostly originals and the occasional one-of-a-kind cover. Sugarbush released their debut live studio album Fresh from the Woods in February of 2016.

William Joseph Jiordan is the musical moniker for mid-coast Maine-based musician/vegetable farmer William Giordano. His songs weave praise and heartbreak – for the land, for love lost and gained, for the hopeful unending generosity of humanity – into a New England mytho/mystic narrative.