Thank You to everyone who attended this amazing show in the spring! Watch for details for 2020 show!

Yellow Brick Road- Live Like Cam Music Jam

Don't miss this Music Jam with Aldous Collins Band, Joe Merrick and Ashley Jordan.

Ashley Jordan-
Described as "charismatic,” "honest" and “a vocal powerhouse,” 25 year old singer songwriter has performed her music across the U.S. and has had the honor of supporting artists such as Trace Adkins, Sam Hunt, Chase Rice, Rusted Root,
Jason Mraz, Phillip Phillips, Christina Perri, O.A.R.., Magic, Alex Preston, Crystal Bowersox, Howie Day and more!
With several high-profile performances as well as a host of major regional awards, Ashley shows no signs of slowing down. Ashley has performed for audiences as large as 40,000, and in 2015 her song “Angels” received a first-round Grammy nomination.
Ashley was selected for a second time as a top ten finalist in Nash Next 2017, and won Country Artist of the Year in the coveted Boston Music Awards in Dec. of 2017.

Aldous Collins Band-
Winner of The New England Music Awards Best Live Act, the Aldous Collins Band describes their sound as “indie funk,”. Look no further to get your "Hi-Energy positive music for your soul!" with their music!
SOLD OUT Shows everytime.

Joe Merrick
An award winning singer/songwriter who has worked in the Boston area for over thirty years. As the owner of Joe Merrick's Guilty Dog Studio. He was featured on Boston 25 News Zip Trip in Yarmouth, MA performing the summertime favorite "Goodnight Cape Cod". Joe Merrick has SOLD OUT every concert with us!

Doors will open at 7 PM. Tickets are $25
Enjoy Wine and Beer at our Studio G Bar


This is a concert to benefit the Cameron groezinger Fitzpatrick memorial fund, created for a Plymouth North High School Honors Graduate and Honorary Bryant University Graduate who suddenly passed away at age 19 from a severe nut allergy.


Proceeds to benefit College Scholarships and Nut Allergy Awareness.

SOLD OUT

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