Tickets are available with PayPal Above

and at Tatewell Gallery

and Morgan Hill Bookstore,

New London 

until October 19th


"Day of Concert" Tickets will be available at the door

$25 Adults/$15 Students

Concerts

Champion Fiddler

Patrick Ross

in Concert

November 17th 7:00

Whipple Hall, New London


Tickets $18 /$15 CFA Members/$15 Students in Advance

$20 Adult/$15 Students at the Door


Johnny Cash and Friends
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The Center for the Arts brings this amazing musician to Whipple Hall on November 17th 7:00.

The concert is a benefit for their new kids program “Arts on the Go!” A series of art trips to regional performances each month including the East Bay Jazz Ensemble in November, The Childrens Art Festival at Plymouth State University,  and the Crabgrass Puppet Theater in January.

Vermont born, fifth generation fiddle player, Patrick Ross won the Vermont-State Fiddle Championship at age fourteen. He has performed at the Grand Ole Opry and shared stages with Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Paul McCartney. In 2012, he was invited to perform at both the Calvin Coolidge Theater in The Library of Congress and The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts.

He has had the pleasure of working with Christopher Lloyd in a recent production of, “Call Of The Wild 3D” and assisted in the scoring of the film. He now lives in Newbury, Vermont with his wife and daughter. He works and teaches in collaboration with the Vermont Folklife Center and has recently started an independent record label called Rock Farmer Records with the mission of producing, recording and preserving Roots music.

His solo concerts include a world wide range of fiddle styles as well as songs he has penned with guitar, banjo, mandolin and cello. The Halifax Gazette says Patrick is “Accomplished, innovative, imaginative, and supremely musical, Ross captured the adrenalin of a thousand hearts.  As the last note spiraled into the stratosphere and evaporated, the crowd sprang to its feet and roared for more.” 

For full length videos and other musings please visit www.patrickrossmusic.com 


The Center for the Arts brings this great tribute band to the Kearsarge Regional High School Auditorium on October 20th 7:00.

The concert is a benefit for their new kids program “Arts on the Go!” A series of art trips to regional performances each month including Jeh Kulu African Drumming in October and the East Bay Jazz Ensemble in November.

 As a tribute to Johnny Cash “Counterfeit Cash and Friends” perform such hits as I Walk the Line, Folsom Prison Blues, Ring of Fire, Hurt, a Boy Named Sue and many more of Johnny Cash's songs. The band features Rodney Brunelle RI native as “The Man in Black” with his smooth low vocals they say if you close your eyes you will think Johnny Cash is in the room. Rodney is backed up by Jim Sequin on the chick a boom “Upright bass” and "RI CMA country lead guitar player of the year 2018-2017" "Fast Fingers" Mike Zielski and "Sticks Wildman" Fred Wild on drums. It is rumored that “June Carter Cash” may also appear!

Counterfeit Cash will send you back to the days of listening to Johnny Cash on you record player or your AM radio. One fan recently wrote “Incredible! If you closed your eyes,  you'd have sworn it was really Johnny Cash!  We gave them a standing ovation. On a scale of 1 to 5 stars, we gave them a 12!”


Tickets are available with PayPal Above
and at Tatewell Gallery
and Morgan Hill Bookstore, 
New London 
until November 16th

"Day of Concert" Tickets will be

available at the door 
$20 Adults/$15 Students


"Johnny Cash and Friends" 

Counterfeit Cash Perform all the hits!

October 20th, 7:00

Kearsarge Regional High School Auditorium


Tickets $20/$15 CFA Members/$10 Students in Advance​

$25 Adult/$15 Students at the Door