Connla arrives in Colebrook all the way from the Emerald Isle!
Traditional and modern Irish music.
Hailing from the cities of Armagh and Derry, Ciara McCafferty (vocals), Ciaran Carlin (Flute/Whistles), Paul Starrett (Guitar) Emer Mallon (Harp) and Conor Mallon (Uilleann Pipes/Whistles), Connla mesmerizes its audiences with a blend of traditional and modern Irish music.
Labelled as the Hottest New Group out of Northern Ireland (Chicago Irish American News), Connla has been quickly making an impact on the folk/traditional scene.
Since the release of their EP in April 2015, and album “River Waiting” in July 2016 they have received fantastic reviews at home and internationally. They have already gathered a big following in the UK, Ireland, Europe and the USA. Songlines magazine made Connla their “must see act” for the tour of the UK and stated, “A band this young shouldn’t be this good.” Their sensitive and innovative arrangements of traditional and modern folk songs and tunes have helped them create a sound which is very identifiable as Connla.
Admission: $10; $5 students
March to May is a Seattle based folk-pop duo on guitar, Celtic harp,
Their sound has drawn comparisons to acts like The Civil Wars, Damien Rice, the Swell Season, and Robert Plant and Alison Krauss.
Come and join the Poore Family Foundation Historic Farm Museum in an Outdoor Concert on Saturday, August 12. Poore Farm Music Festival 2017 is a day long musical event: Traditional Folk, Bluegrass to Progressive Rock & More. Fire Dancers too!
Held at The Poore Family Homestead Amphitheater – Watch for signs on Route 145. Admission is by donation (suggested $10 per adult), accompanied children under 12 are FREE.
Regular Museum Hours: June to September. Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or as posted). Please watch for signs. Directions: 7 miles north of Colebrook, NH on Route 145 in Stewartstown.
Sponsored by The Poore Family Foundation for North Country Conservancy. Funding is provided in part by The Tillotson North Country Foundation, The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, and the New Hampshire Electric Co-op Foundation.