Grapeland Homegrown Productions

"A Cabin In The Woods"
Saturday February 6th from 3:00pm till Sunday February 7th at 3:00pm
24 HOURS of continual Live music VIDEO WEBCAST Live over the internet for your listening pleasure
Brought to you by Telefunken Microphones   and Evolving Artist   A place to play music just for the sake of playing music. Located a stones throw from Walden Pond with the intent to evoke tranquility while presenting a place of refuge for all those seeking a pure musical experience. This event will create a musician party atmosphere with quality performers and epic jams. Host a party at your house. Its like hosting a festival in the comfort and convenience of your home. Invite all your favorite music lovers over and witness our 24 hour performance adventure.

Saturday February 6th
3:00-6:00pm Depth Quartet  
6:00 -8:00pm Alan and the Alligators www.alligatorsband.comz   
8:00-9:00pm Bruce Marshall   
9:00-10:00pm Glenway Fripp  
10:00-11:00pm Grass Gypsys   
11:00-12:00am Greg Koerner
12:00-1:00am Danielle Miraglia   
1:00-2:00am Tom Bianchi   
2:00-3:00am Hugh Mcgowen
3:00-4:00am Ryan Fitzsimmons
4:00-5:00am Julene Bakerlone   
5:00-6:00am Julee Avallone Solo Grapeland   
6:00-7:00am Free Jazz Jam
7:00-8:00am Murray Baumal and the Dartmouth club with MC Devon Jencks facebook   
8:00-10:00am julee 10:00-11:00am The Lounge Chair Allstars with MC Brian Bauer myspace   
11:00-12:00pm Hannahs Field   
12:00-1:00pm Gene Baker Solo   
1:00-2:00pm Vivek Patel and Nick Grondin  
2:00-3:00pm Garrison Fewell Eric Hofbauer Duo   
With MCs: B-free(Brian Freeman), Ian Murawski, Eric Freitas, Brian, and Julee Avallone. Home Page:  
Webcasting Host:  
A Cabin in the Woods Facebook Page 

"strange destinies and a quiet getaway.....a peek into the world of the creative by the appreciator...from a distance....creators unfettered by time in the silent quiet of a new england winter cabin...on the commercial pursuit of the immediate, friendly , explorative...create an interest and a buzz in the musician community, and work up curiousity by the public to tune in to the happening."
-Brian Freeman