Join us for our Community Nights at Loose Boots Lounge each Thursday! Home of the $5 pizza night, we also have our full menu available and a new musical act each week. The $5.00 pizza is for a 10 inch cheese pizza, you can add vegetable toppings for an additional $1.00 and you can add meat toppings for additional $2.00. Thursday Night Music Schedule February 9th: TJ Swan February 16th: Ben Kilcollins March 2nd: TJ Swan March 9th: Doug Alford Duo w/ Steve Casswell March 16th: Tom LeClerc March 23rd: Michael Krapovicky
Get ready for some great music during February Vacation Week! The lifts will be spinning all week and we've rounded up some awesome musical talent to get the apres going. On Saturday the Dapper Gents will be playing all night long; they're a New England-based four-piece folk-rock band with killer harmonies and filthy cello solos. On Sunday local legends Skosh will be back and bringing the jams. Tuesday we have a double header with Lee Stearns playing in the afternoon and Chris Goodenough closing out the evening. Wednesday we're excited to host Char Reilly, an up and coming talent originally from Upstate NY; Char plays a mix of their originals and takes songs from all different genres and covers them in their own way. On Thursday we will have James Rice joining us. Indie solo artist Nikola will play on Friday as we get ready for the weekend. Rick Reyes and
We're excited to have Skosh returning again this winter! They will help kick off February Vacation week in rocking fashion playing Sunday, 2/19. Skosh returns to Mt. Abram. Formed in 2008 in Buckfield, Maine, Skösh has gigged extensively across the state and New England over the last 12 years. The band has shared billing with acts such as The Charlie Daniels Band, Randy Houser and Twiddle. Skösh is, Jedidiah Allen on drums and Vocals, Pete Richard on Sax, Eli Allen on Bass and Vocals, and Jake Van Paepeghem on Guitar and Vocals. With an eclectic blend of influences that combine “just a little bit” of everything, the band has gained a reputation for their driving, funky tunes and live improvisations; Being described by the Portland Press Herald as having, "