St. Stephen's claims the oldest continuing annual carillon recital series in North America, having started with the installation of the first bells in 1924.
Resident Mary Kennedy plays the bells of the St. Stephen's Carillon
Rusty Skippers (during the parade procession) 1:00 to 2:00
The Rusty Skipper Concert Band, formed in 1995, is a 30-piece concert band based in Cohasset. They play an entertaining pops-style program of marches, jazz, Broadway, and light classical music. The Skippers appear annually at several events including the South Shore Festival of the Arts, the American Cancer Society Relay for Life and the Cohasset Memorial Day Parade. Other venues have included the Cohasset, Marshfield, and Hanover Summer Concert Series, the concert hall at Hingham’s Linden Ponds, and St. Andrew’s Church (Hanover) Concert Series.
A recent playlist included:
• Sousa’s Stars and Stripes Forever
• A medley of Blues Brother's favorites
• Holst’s Jupiter from The Planets
• A Broadway march medley
• As well as other marches, a polka, Latin, and jazz selections.
Aldous Collins 3:00 to 4:00
Aldous Collins - vocalist,guitar
Matt Hawkes - guitar, keys, vocals
Mark Blaisdell - drums
John Blaisdell - bass
Kevin Georgantas - promotions, booking
Jackson Weatherbee Band 4:00 to 6:00
Raised on the South Shore Jackson Wetherbee has been writing and playing music since his sophmore year of high school. Currently 21, and recording his debut album "Welcome Home", Jackson has begun hitting the Boston scene hard. With a stone solid band and a handful of powerful original songs, you definitly dont wanna miss out on a live show.