At The Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center
550 Central Ave Dover, NH 03820
There is nothing better than a warm summer day at the Seacoast Growers Association Farmers’ Market with a live acoustic music performance on site. Located at the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce (550 Central Avenue), the Farmers Market will offer 15 to 20 local vendors weekly and of course, great live music! Below is the 2020 summer lineup.
July 8, 3:00pm
Alex Lomartire is an up-and-coming country singer/songwriter.
Lomartire released his first single, ‘Set Me Free’, in the winter of 2016 and has since traveled across the country, adding new music and
performances to his resume. His latest song, ‘Here When You Want Me’, became the anthem for a campaign involving the With Purpose
organization and was performed live on WSM radio in Nashville,
Tennessee. In 2018, he was a finalist on “New Hampshire Idol” and
returned to Nashville to perform in the #BUJamWithPurpose music
festival. Lomartire continues to bring live music to the New Hampshire
community through performances at Nippo Lake Golf Club, Flight
Coffee Co., The Stone Church, Porchfest, the Cochecho Arts Festival,
Apple Harvest Day and the Rochester Performance and Arts Center new
music series. Through his thoughtful lyrics and catchy melodies,
Lomartire skillfully blends the sounds of both classic and new country
music. He draws inspiration from country music of all eras, but his
musical styling leans towards that of Keith Urban, Scotty McCreery and
Garth Brooks. As a singer/songwriter, Lomartire is passionate about
spreading powerful messages through stories that he invites his
audience into each time he performs.
July 15, 3:00pm
Chris George has been active playing in farmers’ markets, drinking establishments, coffee houses, the Sunflower festival, and a variety of other venues. He has developed a repertoire of original and cover songs that utilize open tunings, two resonator guitars, a baritone guitar and a standard guitar. He is a member of “Rock My Soul,” the New England gospel choir. He also plays guitar and sings in a variety of organized and less organized gatherings of musicians.
July 22, 3:00pm
A multi-faceted musician, Ellen Carlson, is known for her energetic fiddling—whether performing bluegrass, rock, old-time, country, swing or Irish. Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine called her “an exceptionally talented musician” and gave her a coveted highlight review for her solo album. A smooth, creative and solid as a rock player who can be heard with her own bands High Range and Honest Millie as well as a comfortable sit in with many other groups such as Rock Spring. She also runs the popular NH Fiddle Ensemble, a community group of 100 players.
July 29, 3:00pm
The Ferret Brothers is a Gypsy Jazz and Roots group from Dover, New Hampshire. Forging a repertoire of covers and originals that is equal parts Gypsy Jazz, Delta Blues, and Country and Western, The Ferret Brothers offer a unique and fun listening experience. After their previous band, The Freestones, dissolved, the boys realized they weren’t done making music together, so they put their nose to the grindstone to come up with something new. The Ferret Brothers offer a young fire to a music that is deeply rooted in old tradition.