Musical excellence presented in a quiet country setting.  Email:
for information or to be included on the guestlist for a show.

Musical excellence presented in a quiet country setting. Email: for information or to be included on the guestlist for a show.

"Where words fail, Music speaks"

My purpose for this little venue that is my home, is that some very excellent musicians, songwriters and performers will come and give you a show worth remembering.  The folks that play here will be performers who earn their living sharing their own "made up" music with you.  There will always be an expected donation, usually $25 or $30, 100% to the musicians, and our hope is that you will will further support them by purchasing some of their merchandise and/or spreading their name and fine music around amongst your friends.

Please come, enjoy and support as much of this music as you can.  Bring some food, wine, beer, snacks, for yourself or some to share. Bring your own chairs, picnic blankets, etc,

There will always be time to enjoy each others company and to meet the performers, but when the music starts - listening room rules apply.  That means no chatting, wandering around or engaging in any distracting behavior.

I can't wait to see you here and to enjoy these awesome performers together.  Please email me at for details about shows.

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Louise Mosrie

the Farmhouse, Chester, CT

Louise Mosrie grew up in McEwen, TN on a cattle farm - riding horses and writing poetry. In 2008 she began writing songs about the South and working on an album called “Home”, which debuted at #1 on the Folk DJ charts in January 2010 and went on to be one of the most played albums that year for that chart. Her most recent album, “Lay It Down”, including 10 songs of love, loss and surrender is a collaboration with folk-rock songwriter/producer, Cliff Eberhardt, who envisioned that minimalist arrangements and restrained production would allow the emotional songs and Louise’s voice a stark relief to rest and shine in. In her live performances, audience members often tell her that they enjoyed the stories between the songs as much as the songs. But it's her warm personality and strong expressive voice that captivates and holds her audiences attention.

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Marc Douglas Berardo & Danielle Miraglia

the Farmhouse, Chester, CT

ABOUT MARC: “Berardo collects song awards like some people collect stamps."- Mary Jane Twohy-The Village, Sirius/XM Radio "High quality story-telling picking and playing." Rob Ellen - The Medicine Show Radio Moose Mobile, U.K. “Marc is my kind of songwriter: thoughtful but not overwrought, smart but not overly clever. Great language. He can get to the point, and he tells a good story. He’s got a Big, open heart for characters, and real people Trying to make it in this world. His songs often have cool surprises.” Walt Wilkins, Walt Wilkins and The Mystiqueros Rhode Island based Marc Douglas Berardo's songs have been recognized at many prestigious national festivals and events such as the The South Florida Folk Festival and The Wildflower Art and Music Festival Song Contest where he won The Michael Terry People's Choice Award in 2014. He was a finalist in the legendary Kerrville New Folk Contest at the Kerrville Folk Festival. In early 2015, Berardo's interview and live performance featured on Sirius/ XM Satellite Radio's, The Village was voted one of the best of the year by listeners. No Depression Magazine called his last CD Whalebone: “sincere, fluid, charming and above all gripping.” Berardo was nominated as Best Americana Vocalist by readers of Motif Magazine in early 2017. Marc will soon be releasing the single "The Hard Part" from his most recent project "Temporary Things".

ABOUT DANIELLE: "Bright Shining Stars" Debuted at #15 Top Blues Album on the Billboard Charts! 2020 Boston Music Awards Nominee for "Blues Artist of the Year!" "A charming voice and fluid guitar prowess are all an artist needs to keep a listener rapt." - Bobby Reed, Downbeat Magazine Danielle Miraglia comes armed with a strong steady thumb on an old Gibson and an infectious stomp-box rhythm with tunes ranging from heart-felt to socially conscious that will move both your heart and hips. Her latest “Bright Shining Stars” debuted at #15 on the Billboard Blues Charts. Cascade Blues Association calls it "... tough as rawhide, but smooth as blended whiskey." Released Oct 2020 with Vizztone Label Group, it's a solo acoustic folk/blues record that highlights the one-woman-band live sound she’s honed over the years, featuring guest appearances by talented friends Laurence Scudder, Peter Parcek and Richard "Rosy" Rosenblatt. It includes originals as well as a collection of songs she’s been covering at live shows over the years, paying homage to influences like Big Bill Broonzy, Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin and more, plus the title track "Bright Shining Stars," written by her husband, Tom Bianchi.

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