Hallelujah! Our new CD is here and ready for your listening pleasure. We are excited to be sharing five of Dave’s originals, providing glimpses into our homestead, the northwoods, his odd sense of humor, and the month of October. And the other seven songs cover everything from civil rights to life and love. Fran’s authentic, warm and heartfelt vocals blend well with Dave’s strong harmonies.
You can order a CD by sending a check or money order ($15 plus $3 S&H) to Fran Doonan or Dave Mussey 1057 Cape Jellison Rd. Stockton Springs, ME 04981. Or send it through Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more info, call us at 207-567-4044.
We are excited that the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association just posted online the music video we made for the virtual Common Ground Fair this year! It includes 28 minutes of traditional and original songs, shot at various fun locations on our homestead: in a stand of buckwheat, in front of the woodpile, in the orchard, and by our wood cookstove. And there is even a video of our two young farm helpers sitting on top of a glacial erratic boulder, singing “Will the Circle be Unbroken”! Just click on one of the links below, and be transported back to some late summer scenes of music on the homestead.
Enjoy, Fran and Dave
Join Dave and Fran at this year’s online Common Ground Country Fair. At 6pm Friday Sept. 25, we will be part of a music montage that will include two of our video songs. You can stream this by going to fair.mofga.org, or by going to the Mofga Facebook page, or by going to the Mofga YouTube.
But you can also watch our full length music video. We will sing you around our small farm/homestead from the buckwheat to the woodpile! A special addition will be a guest song by two talented young wwoofers (interns through World Wide Opportunities On Organic Farms), sung from the top of a large glacial erratic boulder. This video will be posted at the Content Library (go to fair.mofga.org.) sometime during this weekend or soon after. It will be available to view for several months after the Fair. (You can even leave a tip in the virtual tip jar through PayPal. It has been a hard summer for all musicians. Please support local!)