The featured acts throughout the day and evening include solo artists, duos, trios, and full bands. The vast array of musical genres to be enjoyed include: folk music, rock and roll, blues, Americana, bluegrass, original compositions, and alternative rock.
The JTG Music Memorial Extravaganza is held each year at Giuseppe's to commemorate its founder, Joe "Giuseppe" Gnerre who passed in 1995. A suggested donation of $10 is collected at the door and "the hat" will be passed around to help raise funds for The Gnerre Music Scholarship Fund. In addition, there will be a silent auction featuring a fabulous array of great items donated by our sponsors to include a Snow Board, Ski Passes, an overnight stay to the Inns at Mill Falls by the Lake, a One-Hour Massage, a Miller Light recliner chair, a Budweiser Electric Guitar, a Romeo and Juliet Cigar Box Guitar, a Wrought Iron Saxophone player, and much more.
A Taylor Guitar model 322 sponsored in -part by Northern Lights Music Store with a list price of $1,700 will be raffled to help raise funds for The Gnerre Music Scholarship Fund. Tickets are only $20 and the guitar will be raffled when all 100 tickets are sold. Tickets are on sale now at Giuseppe and ticket buyers do not need to be present to win.
Sponsors include Northern Lights Music Store of Littleton, The Inns at Mill Falls by the Lake, The Spa at Church Landing, Oglethorpe Fine Arts and Crafts, New Hampshire Distributors, Amoskeag Beverages, Lakes Region Coca Cola, Southern Wine and Spirits, Verizon Beverages and Lakes Region Therapeutic Massage.
The Order of Performances beginning at noon:
Michael Brien, Dr. Jack, Chris Kelly, John Theriault, Jeff Lines, Don Bergeron & Steve Colombo, Just Because, Peter Brunette, "The Sweetbloods", Pocket Change, Paul Connor and Lou Porrazzo, Joel Cage, Paul Hubert Paul Warnick & Co., Joe Gnerre with Cousin Billy Gnerre and Friends, Michael Bourgeois & Co., No Limitz, The Ossipee Mt. Boys, Alivia Aubut, "The Prophets", and Jennifer Karnan
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