Bath, ME Concert Series


Jocelyn Mackenzie and Jake Mehrmann July 16 at the Grant Lot

With a shape-shifting sound that is at once personal and universal, Jocelyn Mackenzie creates intimate pop songs for a generation of seekers. She is a Brooklyn-based musician, maker, and psychic medium, best known as the singing drummer from Brooklyn’s indie-pop trio Pearl and the Beard. She released her debut solo album PUSH on Righteous Babe Records in early 2021, which American Songwriter calls “unique and infectious.” PUSH was arranged entirely for string quartet and includes compositions from an all-star team of composers including Franz Nicolay (The Hold Steady), Adam Schatz (Japanese Breakfast, Sylvan Esso), and Emily Hope Price (Pearl and the Beard, Kishi Bashi). Her music, which Under the Radar describes as “spirited, powerful, [and] jubilant,”  has been heard in commercials, film, theater, and television. At her core, Mackenzie’s extra-sensory skills inform her creative expressions, integrating media and meaning to create a sound that is both sensual and personal, “at once timeless and very much necessary in this moment.” (Popdust)

NH based singer-songwriter Jake Mehrmann takes a wry, insightful approach to songwriting. Often focusing on the nuances of interpersonal relationships, his work has received praise from NPR’s All Songs Considered, among many others. He has toured and performed with the likes of Yo La Tengo, The Mountain Goats, and Deer Tick, both as a solo performer and as the frontman of Tan Vampires.

Doors at 6:30, music at 7:30.

All-Ages. BYOC: Bring Your Own Chair.

Drinks on site by Jackass Annie

Tickets available HERE

Sponsored by Union + Co., Bath Electric, Kennebec Meat Co., Coastal Windows & Glass, Derecktor Robinhood Marina, Maine Street Design, J Edward Knight Insurance, Byrne’s Irish Pub


Dylan Earl & Stevie Weinstein-Foner July 27 at the Grant Lot

Dylan Earl “has taken things formerly relegated to the Aaron Tippin-and-Travis Tritt circa-1992 vault and breathed new life into them. He’s anything but insincere in his musical approach… the kind of baritone that’s custom built for pairing with pedal steel and sticky VFW dance floors.” – Arkansas Times
Dylan Earl is a post-country/countrypolitan songwriter from the Ozarks in Arkansas. Dylan has sung for country fans all over the world and shared stages with the likes of Tanya Tucker, Wanda Jackson, and the Drive-By Truckers.


Los Angeles-based musician and artist Stevie Weinstein-Foner offers songs of sin- cerity, optimism, and cosmic perspective. 2021’s Wondering album is fully-realized, honed over years of playing and touring with Jolie Holland. The album trades in warm sounds, irresistible harmonies, and songs that are probably best sung around a campfire.
Doors at 6:30pm, Show at 7:30pm.

All-Ages. BYOC: Bring Your Own Chair.

Drinks on site by Jackass Annie

Food onsite by Grindstone Tacos-N-BBQ

Tickets available HERE.

Sponsored by Union + Co., Bath Electric, Kennebec Meat Co., Coastal Windows & Glass, Derecktor Robinhood Marina, Maine Street Design, J Edward Knight Insurance, Byrne’s Irish Pub


New Hampshire-based comic and performer Stephanie Lazenby hosts an evening of stand-up comedy at the historic Bath Freight Shed. The performers are hand-picked alumni of Lazenby’s Couch to Mic comedy workshops, and represent a diverse array of comic styles.

Tickets HERE.

Sponsored by Union + Co., Bath Electric, Kennebec Meat Co., Coastal Windows & Glass, Derecktor Robinhood Marina, Maine Street Design, J Edward Knight Insurance, Byrne’s Irish Pub


In 2021, with our friends at Union + Co., we launched a new music series in Bath, Maine. We featured Charlie Marie, Bait Bag, Sojoy, Dead Gowns, Eliza Edens, Hello Shark, Jocelyn Mackenzie, Charlotte Moroz & Guy Capecelatro III, The Huntress and Holder of Hands, Abacus, Dan Blakeslee and the Calabash Club, The Treason Quartet, Audrey Ryan, Eastern Mountain Time, El Malo, Tiger Saw, Dylan Earl, and Dr. Gasp. Here are some highlights from the series.

Sojoy, 2 July 2021
Charlie Marie, 18 June 2021
Dead Gowns, 9 July 2021
The Treason Quartet, 13 August 2021
Bait Bag, 25 June 2021