The series, released under the pair’s Animal Magnetism moniker and in conjunction with the Portland Symphony Orchestra, sends strangers together to a concert.
“Looking at all the bad stuff going on in the world, our country, our towns or neighborhoods,” she wrote, “how many of those things happened because people sat down and played music together? Exactly none.”
BRAD TERRY This is day eight of 12 days of my best work of 2015. Here’s three videos and photos of three musicians/entertainers/storytellers I admire. Brad Terry is a supreme jazzman, living in Bath. He turned 78 this year and wonders what the future holds. Read the excellent story by Darren Fishell HERE. 11/24/14 — Brad […]
It was drizzling and it was damp on Friday night as I headed to camp. I loaded up my sidecar and rode out into the rain. On the road, I’d like to freeze as I motored up north looking for trees but before I could hit the woods I got stuck in the Rumford homecoming […]
I watched a wooden schooner sail (and motor) into Portland Harbor today. Then, a bunch of young and old idealists loaded its hold, which once held 80 tons of fish, with Maine-made and Maine-grown stuff. Friday, they set sail for Boston, just like the old days. It was a pretty cool story to shoot. It made […]
In addition to making my living as a visual journalist here at the BDN, I am, and always have been, a working musician. I write songs, I sing, I play guitar, banjo, accordion — I’m no Heifetz, but I get by. Mostly, I’m an entertainer. I stand on stage. I make people laugh, sing along […]