All concerts are held outside on three Tuesdays in July on Center Stage in Lakeville between 6 & 8 PM. The stage is located in front of the Lakeville Public Library at 4 Precinct Street between the two retention ponds and behind the white historic Town Hall.
Bring some friends and/or family, then pack your folding chair or a blanket for a free evening of musical entertainment on the Tuesday evening of your choice. If the weather is expected to be rainy, we will move into the Lakeville Public Library’s Meeting Room. Soft drinks and snacks are allowed inside the Meeting Room.
Timmy Brown is a singer/songwriter/Nashville recording artist that grew up in Norton. In 2017, Brown was voted New England Country Music's Local Male Artist of the Year for the second consecutive year. His infectious energy and talent have made him a local favorite, around the New England area. His third audition is when he was selected to be on Season 14 of American Idol. Shortly after his audition, he was approached by members of a local country band Black Diamond and asked to become the lead singer. His love of music is most evident when on that stage performing. Timmy’s natural ability to connect with the audience and draw them in with his enthusiasm has earned him a loyal fan base. https://www.timmybrownmusic.com
Arielle Paul is a Los Angeles-based singer, writer and blogger popular for Amazon Prime’s viral commercial and original song, “You and Me.” Dan Gross was born in Lakeville, attended Berklee College of Music in Boston and now lives in Los Angeles where he composes for Comedy Central’s Drunk History, now in its 6th season. Together, Arielle and Dan have worked on numerous commercials and film projects and have joined creative forces on Arielle’s latest EP, “Burn,” produced and co-written with Dan. A combination of psych-folk, cowboy disco and soul, “Burn” is a labor of love six years in the making. ariellepaul.com/music
David DeLuca is a Boston based singer/musician/songwriter. He is a veteran of the local scene. David first found local success with his band "Highway Ghosts". The Boston Globe said, "Highway Ghosts masterfully blend roots-rocking guitars, ragged-but-right vocals set to rustic melodies, and other good stuff that never goes out of style when it's done right." Multi-instrumentalist/mentalist Steve Latanision (Steve Lat...) has been playing Bluegrass, Irish, Americana, Folk, Jazz,and Country music in the Boston/New England area for the last 25 years, on over 250 releases. As a Berklee School of Music graduate, he has played and recorded the fiddle, pedal and lap steel, banjo, dobro, mandolin, six, and twelve string guitars. Together they are the Trembolo Brothers. https://tremolobrothers.com/music