Headliner: Rebecca Loebe
Rebecca Loebe is a signer/songwriter who currently on her 8th international tour, this time to promoting her latest album Blink. Becca (as her friends and family know her by) has some very strong ties to Pepperell Massachusetts, with a childhood friend residing here, and her family-away-from-home in neighboring Ayer.
Becca has received an armful of songwriting accolades, including the prestigious Kerrville New Folk Award, as well as praise from the mainstream pop world (“I just love listening to you sing”~ Adam Levine). She was a graduate of the Berklee College of Music, and a contestant on the first season of “The Voice”. Check out her audition below.
Her musical style can be best described as edgy-folk with a touch of musical elegance. She’s best known for her original work, but has been known to go out on a limb and cover greats ranging from Nirvana to Neil Young.
Roy Zimmerman is a hilarious singer/songwriter/comedian who touches on everything from politics to religions freedom to “The Mathematics of Booze“, and even ponders the question that has surely stumped us all: What If the Beatles Were Irish? Over twenty years on stages, screens and airwaves across America, Roy has brought the sting of satire to the struggle for Peace and Justice. His songs have been heard on HBO and Showtime. He has recorded for Warner/Reprise Records. His YouTube videos have garnered over seven million views, and he’s a featured blogger for the Huffington Post.
Zimmerman has shared stages with Bill Maher, Ellen DeGeneres, Robin Williams, Holly Near, Arlo Guthrie, John Oliver, The Roches, Andy Borowitz, The Chambers Brothers and George Carlin. He’s done several shows with The Pixies’ Frank Black, swapping songs in a solo acoustic setting, and provided comic commentary to the live premiere performance of Black’s score for the classic silent film “Der Golem.”
Eastwood Peak is one of Southern New Hampshire’s hottest and longest running rock bands. Eastwood Peak plays their own original songs blended with a wide variety of classic cover songs from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, and the present. They’ll kick off Pepperellpalooza at 5pm sharp, be sure not to miss them!
Eastwood Peak is Dean Glow (keyboards and vocals), Kevin Visnaskas (lead guitar, harmonica and vocals), Kevin Hinds (drums and vocals), John Bruner (bass and vocals) and Barry Callahan (lead guitar and vocals). Learn more about them at eastwoodpeak.com.
Why not enjoy a slice of pizza or check out some local art while you listen to great music? We thrilled to announce the following vendors will be participating in Pepperellpalooza. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join them.
Phoenix Rising Pizza will be offering up hand crafted, wood fired pizzas in their state-of-the-art (and super cool) food truck.
Cotton Candy & Shaved Ice. Need I say more? Oh, and it’s organic too. So kids – tell your mom this is healthy. You don’t want to miss out on Aunties Sweet Shop at Pepperellpalooza!
Spicy Salaa is the first South Indian food truck born in Boston (from the kitchens of Godavari) to serve the people across the globe with the best South Indian delicacies.
Kristen Deibele Pottery will be joining us with her beautiful hand-crafted Pottery. Stop by her table and checkout her handiwork!
James Spinelli Jewelry creates beaded jewelry for the woman who celebrates her beautifully unique personal style. Stop by her boot at Pepperellpalooza, or check out her etsy shop for a preview today!
M&M Photography will have matted/framed photos and all occasion photo cards of landscape photography from around the greater Pepperell area. Stop by her booth and check out her photography!
Tracey Tardif, an independent consultant from Pure Haven Essentials, will be at Pepperellpalooza with a full line of all natural, non toxic personal care and home cleaning products.
Lana Troller is an independent Lipsense distributor and will be showing off her wide variety of Lipsense Lip Gloss. It’s pretty cool stuff, and Lana would love to tell you all about this innovative new lip gloss.
Pepperellpalooza will be Saturday June 17th from 5pm-9pm. This is a free show brought to you by the town of Pepperell. That being said, our musicians live on the road and eat, sleep and breath music. A donation of $20 is recommended to cover costs, however please come and enjoy the music even if you cannot pay.
Both Rebecca Loebe and Roy Zimmerman will have CDs and merchandise for sale if you’re interested.
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