Summer Sunday Band Concert

by Jane Ahrens

Fishers Island
Summer Sunday Concert

August 14, 2022 from 5:00–7:00 p.m.

Location: Kasita (Gaillard home), 302 Belle Hill Ave.
Inclement weather location: Fishers Island Movie Theater

The Thistle Brothers

About the band:
The Thistle Brothers (Cameron and Devin) are a Boston-based brotherly duo making music for a cause. Each song they release is connected to a different charity and the money made from each song (through streams, purchases, and donations) is sent to its respective charity. Their main influences are Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, and Bob Dylan, placing them in a sonic space that blends Folk, R&B, and Classic Rock. They hope that their music not only pleases the ears of their listeners but also helps to make the world a better place.

Presented by Tom and Peg Gaillard and So Good Sounds

Opening the concert at 5 p.m. is Fishers Island’s own Soundwave Band

Bring a blanket, folding chair, drinks and snacks and enjoy the music and each other! We suggest a donation of $20 per person. All proceeds go to the band.

Questions? Email or call (603) 498 8658.

NOTE: No public restrooms will be available at the concert. Please plan accordingly.

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Last August, many of you joined us to see The End of America (with opener Sound Wave!) perform on our lawn at Kasita on Hay Harbor. We had so much fun with that concert, we’re doing it again this year on Sunday, August 14th, 5-7pm!
This year we’re featuring The Thistle Brothers (Devin and Cameron Thistle). These brothers and recent graduates of Berklee College of Music, are heading to Los Angeles to pursue a music career and we are fortunate to catch them before they head west! Devin and Cameron are extraordinary musicians and performers. I have worked with them extensively over their careers at Berklee and they just get better and better!
Tom and I hope to see you for the concert. Spread the word! This concert is open to all!!


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USCG Eagle passing the Race early morning March 18, 2023 on her return from the Chesapeake Bay. Photo Credit Marlin Bloethe

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