There will be vendors, a beer tasting, games, lots of dancing, and knocker balls too! Fun for the whole family!!
“Whenever I’m asked what style of music I play, I’m at a bit of a loss. Although my voice seems to lend itself to the blues, I don’t necessarily sing the blues…but I do tend to add a touch of jazz and blues to every song I perform. This stands true whether I’m singing my own tunes, or interpreting someone else’s.”
For more information on Robert C. Fullerton CLICK HERE
The Vendor Village at The Middletown Music Festival, August 5-7
Middlesex Community College, 100 Training Hill Road, Middletown, CT.
We love local!!
Friday August 5, 6:00 – 10:00 PM
Saturday August 6, 11:00 AM -10:00 PM
and Sunday August 7, 10:00 AM– 7:30 PM
CALLING Crafters /Direct Vendors, and Food Trucks (food vendors must show insured and licensed in Middletown, CT) $100.00 for weekend until June 30,2016 Effect July 1, 2016 price is $125.00
Rain or Shine / Inside Facility Available in case of rain.. / No Refunds / No Electricity unless inside.
For Information call(860)716-0028 Kimberly Or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail checks payable to Jennifer Shafer
C/o Kimberly Kelly Rosenblatt at 54 Riverview Street, Portland CT 06480
Please contact us in the form provided below for more details!
Join us at The Buttonwood Tree on Sunday, April 17, from 3-5PM.
“In selfless service to others, Cocomo has put both his hands and his heart to work, supporting his belief in the power of indiscriminate, pure human kindness. He has demonstrated that belief in all his occupations, from Christian ministry to alcohol and drug abuse counseling, from HIV/AIDS prevention & homelessness outreach, to employment counseling & advocacy for ex-offenders. But, the troubles that Cocomo has so long sought to help others get through now threaten his own survival. He needs your help.”
CALL YOUR STATE REPS AND TELL THEM TO SUPPORT SB422!!
THIS IS WHY:
Only 1% of the water on earth is drinkable! Bloomfield is in a battle for their public water supply!! Niagara Bottled Water Company wants to pump 1.8 MILLION gallons of water from the citizens of Bloomfield’s public reservoir EVERY DAY FOREVER!! EVEN IN DROUGHT CONDITIONS!! The Bloomfield water issue, is the State of Connecticut’s issue too! SB 422: An Act Concerning Public Water will protect all of Connecticut’s public water supply from giant bottling companies!
Once a giant bottling company comes into our state and local towns, it is impossible to get rid of them! The time is now to TAKE ACTION!
YOU can help our state and the residents of Bloomfield protect OUR water by CALLING your local state reps and ask them to support SB 422: An Act Concerning Public Water. This is easy to do, and will protect our precious natural resource. FIND YOUR STATE REPS HERE!!
Water is a human right! Water is not a commodity for corporations to get rich!
Our water, WE THE PEOPLE!
Click here to listen to last nights show with Val Rossetti and Mark Saunders of Bloomfield, to learn more about SB422 and bottle water in our backyards.
They have an AWESOME new record too! “Earth Bound” being released on April 5th! Visit them online! Belle of the Fall
Cast of Characters:
Tracy Walton- 2014 and 2015 New England Music Award nominee Best Male Performer. An accomplished bassist and songwriter who has written for Alfred Books and taught at the National Guitar Workshop.
Julia Autumn Ford- CT Music Award Nominee Best New Artist 2014 and Song of the Year 2015. Her debut solo album has gained her well deserved attention as a singer of rare talent. “It’s almost freakish how good she sings. I watched her and it was hard to process that it was actually coming out of her mouth.” Joe Michelini, River City Extension.
Weapons of choice:
Julia – The obvious choice for lead singer in any situation, acoustic guitar, yukitar, occasional melodica.
Tracy- Upright bass, vocals, drums when back lined as he is not a fan of carrying things.
The Rise of Belle of the Fall:
In 2014 Tracy Walton produced Julia Autumn Ford’s debut album at his studio On Deck Sound Studio. In essence the record is somewhat the birth of Belle of the Fall, as Tracy plays all of the instruments on the record and Julia sings. Later that year they would tour the East Coast together sharing bills playing separate solo sets, with Tracy sitting in on some of Julia’s songs.
Sometimes an idea seems to simple so it takes a while for it to come to fruition. Simply put, two is often better than one. With Belle of the Fall it was as simple as an agreement of “All in.” The summer of 2015 was the right time for two forces to collide. 2016 finds the duo going strong with their debut album, “Earthbound” set to release on April 5th.
The 5th Annual Middletown Music Festival is supported by a grant from the
Let’s welcome Chaser 8 to The Middletown Music Festival!
“You can’t fake it because the music never lies. The creative connections musicians have always surface in their artistry—if the bonds are authentic, the music rings true.
North Haven, Connecticut rock quintet Chaser Eight writes lifestyle music—a soundtrack for ups and downs—because the group’s members live, and have lived, through its songs. Chaser Eight’s songwriting nucleus has a telepathic bond forged from having grown up together. Since they were 10 years old, Chaser Eight vocalist/songwriter *AUDRA*, and guitarist/songwriter Pat Walsh, have nurtured an astonishingly sympathetic artistic partnership.”
This week on VOICE of the CITY, we will be live with the residents of Bloomfield to discuss water in CT. Followed by local musical artists We’ve Got Rhythm.
Niagara Bottling wants to pump 1.8 MILLION gallons of water a day out of the public water supply in West Hartford, Bloomfield, and several other towns under the MDC, FOREVER. Even in drought conditions. The Bloomfield Town Council has already approved it.
Right now there is a senate bill, SB 422, to prevent this from happening in Bloomfield, and anywhere else in CT. This legislation will prevent other bottling companies from coming in and taking over the public water supply for their own profits.