The New Englanders are a country/folk band hailing from Southern New Hampshire. This six piece acoustic band has been performing regularly since 2006 throughout New England where they bring their toe-tapping sound to local county fairs, festivals, coffee houses and other venues and offer a variety of originals and popular cover tunes ranging from Johnny Cash to the Grateful Dead to Bob Dylan and many more.
The group’s schedule keeps them performing from June through December and have a full calendar of Festivals, Old Home Days, and Farmer’s Markets with the goal of reaching out to as many country/folk lovers as possible by live performance, on-line and through the airwaves.
The band won the monthly JamOFF in Relix Magazine (October 2014) for The Joan Song, a new single for the band now available on iTunes and The New Englander’s first CD recording, Main Street, can be streamed and purchased online at iTunes, CD Baby.com and Spotify and has been featured on WERU 89.9 Bangor, ME and on WRUV 90.1 FM in Burlington, Vermont and Homegrown Radio, New Jersey; www.homegrownradionj.org.
FEATURING Fiddle Player: Sean McGonagle
Sitting: Joan Zaccone - Singer; Jay Zaccone - Singer/Songwriter; Back row - Jose Gonzalez -Banjo; Johnny Gelsomini -Upright Bass; Mike Welby - Fiddle; Stuart Peacock - Mandolin & Dobro
Bicentennial Park Nashua, NH
Saturday, June 12th - 12:30 - 3:30 pm
The New Englanders have returned to live street performances in Nashua at Bicentennial Park (66 Main St. Nashua) from 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Popular Americana Folk/Country/Bluegrass for the whole family
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