The Barnyard Incident, 2020

The Barnyard Incident
Friday, August 28
@ 7:30 PM

$20 Admission (please buy ahead)

This show is rated G and will be presented with NO intermission (60 – 75 minutes). Attendance is limited to only 58 – 85 people depending on seating configuration, so buy your tickets now!

Please note that due to the current pandemic, Jean's Playhouse has new policies and procedures in place. If you would like to read more about what we're doing to keep our staff and patrons safe, we recommend you click here for a complete rundown of what to expect during your visit.

The Barnyard Incident makes its Jean’s Playhouse debut! Featuring solid rhythm and polished harmonies, this Bethlehem, NH-based acoustic band rose from the ashes of the original “incident,” and now wraps its eclectic versions of “Americana Music” around the talents of seasoned musical veterans of a wide variety of styles. The 5-piece band includes the versatile vocal range of Deb Sullivan, James Sullivan playing Fiddle and Guitar, Perry Williams thumping the upright Bass, Dean Bakes on Mandolin and Electric Guitar, and their featured guest, Pam McCann, world renowned drummer and vocalist. Together, they create rhythmic Americana music from alternative country to bluegrass to Celtic to Blues and more, covering the likes of Blackberry Smoke, Tim O’Brien, the Steel Drivers, Chris Isaak, Lori McKenna, Lucinda Williams, Bonnie Raitt, and many other along with band originals.

“Been Play’in since they’s babies … Farm to Stage … Sustainable Tunes … All Organic … All good for you!”

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