Ted DeMille and Giff Jamison
Ted DeMille writes with authority and performs with an accessible, understated passion. His music is decidedly left-handed and draws influence from Chuck Berry, Bob Dylan, Greg Brown, and Bill Monroe. Ted's songs are instantly memorable and equally comfortable in a waxed New England hall, a Bluegrass Festival, a church basement, or the intimate confines of a cozy listening room. He sings songs worth hearing. Joined by the indispensible Taylor Smith on mandolin, guitar, and vocals, and ace bassman Chris Dombrowski, this is a show not to be missed. The wonderful Giff Jamison opens the show.
Originally from Minnesota and now a Maine-based songwriter and performer, Giff's playing draws from folk, jazz and rock influences but his roots are country blues and finger style guitar. Empty prairies, slow rolling rivers, and lost travelers all find a place somewhere in his music. A 4-time finalist at the New England Songwriters Contest, he recently released Ramone, a CD of 11 self-penned songs recorded at Frog Hollow Studio in Brunswick. Giff has been a regular performer along the Mid Coast and enjoys playing as a solo artist and in the company of fellow songwriters and musicians.
14 Maine Street
Brunswick, ME 04011