Happy Sunday morning!
Most of us are getting ready to relax and enjoy a lazy Sunday after some great music in Bangor this weekend. Of course When Particles Collide shared the stage with Temperature of the Sun on Friday at Ipanema while the Barstuards rocked out across the square at Paddy Murphy’s. Saturday night was filled with Jazz at Nocturnem, the Blast Addicts at Paddy’s and finally the 220’s at Ipanema.
But let’s start looking forward to this coming Friday at Nocturnem Draft Haus. The biggest variety of beer on tap will mingle with the biggest variety of local and regional talent. Allison Melton and Joshua Strange, two of Bangor’s most captivating vocalists will start the evening at 9pm with some awesome guitar and harmony work. The Milkman’s Union will show off their new bass player and some of the best songwriting I’ve heard in a long time. Also feel free to ask these Portland boys about baseball and their VHS collection. Third up on the roster is Allan Trott. Another Bangor native, Al spits the best spoken word I’ve ever heard. No joke. Finally Jacob Augustine brings his solo act to Bangor for the first time. Having only watched videos of live performances I can’t wait to hear how his big voice fills up the room. Music ends at 12am. Did I mention that the whole evening is free?
This event is brought to you by the good folks at the Bangor Daily News, Sasha and Chris of WPC and Gene and his crew at Nocturnem.