Winner's of the New England Music Award's "2017 Roots Act of the Year",
Town Meeting has had the privilege of warming up crowds for renowned artists Bob Dylan, Sturgill Simpson, Willie Nelson, Brandi Carlile, Jason Isbell, Old Crow Medicine Show, The Avett Brothers, Third Eye Blind, and many more.
Brothers Luke and Russ Condon - founding members of Town Meeting grew up in Ayer Massachusetts with a love of listening to and creating music. Seeking to turn their project into a full band they were joined early on by their youngest brother Brendan "Babe" Condon and their good friend and multi-instrumentalist Tim Cackett.
Town Meeting is a band that is 100% committed to their live show. This is a band that is to be not only heard, but seen and experienced. While they’re music sounds great on a record, to truly understand Town Meeting you must see them live. Currently their single “Good Enough” can be heard on Spotify’s “Pulse Of Americana” playlist.
"Short but sweet, Town Meeting's debut EP Geography, Pt. 1 is one of the finest collection of four songs you'll hear this year. While the band indulges in the kinds of foot stomping and gang vocals that are so popular these days, there's an intent and substance that reminds you that this is what the Lumineers want(ed) to be."
Working from the belief that tradition is made to evolve, the women of Hawthorn chart a creative course through Appalachian and Celtic roots to the present-day. Heather Scott and Taylor Holland craft
songs with “a weight that sits with you long after their audible presence fades” (Red Line Roots). “When they harmonize, the edges of their voices bleed together like watercolors on paper” (WBUR).
With a powerful vocal blend surrounded in old-time banjo, seascape guitar, and dreamy electric lines, Hawthorn is quickly claiming a place in the music of New England and beyond. Hawthorn’s newest LP,
Maggie Willow, is now streaming everywhere.