2nd Annual Singing For Their Supper with The Alternate Routes and Pete Kilpatrick
Music, food, fun, and a great cause! On Friday September 27, join us for The Second Annual Singing for Their Supper at Frontier Cafe. Enjoy live music from The Alternate Routes and the Pete Kilpatrick Band, good food and drink, and feel great knowing that MCHPP receives 100% of ticket sales!
Mark your calendars. Consider a sponsorship. Talk it up to your friends. A one-of-a-kind musical experience awaits you!
About Alternate Routes:
The Alternate Routes' name suits them well. They're a band that's never really fit in in a good way. Without a definitive genre to reference or an established scene to rally behind them, they've been something of a rogue wave in an ocean of bands. They built a fan base the old fashioned way, by driving around the country in a big, white Ford Econoline van, winning crowds over one-person-at-a-time with solid, catchy songs and an explosive live show. Since their genesis in 2004, co-founders Tim Warren (vocals, acoustic guitar) and Eric Donnelly (lead guitar) have taken their group through the dizzying heights and frustrating lows of the modern music industry, and have learned some valuable lessons along the way.
About Pete Kilpatrick:
Pete Kilpatrick is a Maine native that has been writing, recording, and performing regularly since 2003, having released six independent albums to date including his most recent, Heavy Fire (2012). He and his band have been named Maine's Best Act five times in the Portland Best Music Awards and have performed over 1,200 shows across the United States. Pete recently performed at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah alongside members of Dave Matthews Band and Pearl Jam and his music has been heard on the hit NBC shows, "The Office," and "Parks and Recreation." While he spends much of his time performing with his band, he mixes in a solo performance every so often as it is a more stripped down method of bringing his songs to the listeners.
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