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Center Stage Performers

Opening Ceremony & The Meadows Brothers (Bluegrass/Americana)

Friday, August 9th at 6:00pm

LOCATION: Center Stage
Meadows Brothers
The Meadows Brothers music exists in the spaces between a rock & roll band that writes folk songs and a folk band that writes rock & roll songs; with a heavy helping of harmony, a taste of groove, a bit of the blues and a dash of twang for good measure. They sing songs of hope, songs of love, songs of despair, and songs of good times.

Luis Pabon Dance Troupe

Friday, August 9th at 7:30pm
Saturday, August 10th at 5:30pm

LOCATION: Center Stage
Luis Pabon Dance Troupe
Luis’ exciting choreography has enabled dancers from his nationally award winning theatre dance company “Style Extraordinaire” to capture hundreds of first place awards. His intermediate and advanced students have performed throughout New England, New York State and City, New Jersey, Louisiana, Tennessee, Florida and Las Vegas. The Luis Pabon dancers have been performing at the Lebanon Fair for decades and they are an important part of the fabric that makes us the Lebanon Fair.

Akashic Record (Funk)

Friday, August 9th at 9:00pm

LOCATION: Center Stage
Akashic Record
Akashic Record is Boston’s premier funk machine. The concept and sound is inspired by the Hammond organ driven grooves of the soul jazz and funk outfits of the 60s and 70s. Playing consistently in the Northeast over the last 7 years, their floor shakin’ live show continues to thrill capacity crowds night after night.

Wooden Horse (Crosby, Stills, Nash and America tributes)

Saturday, August 10th at 1:30pm

LOCATION: Center Stage
Wooden Horse
Wooden Horse is the East Coast’s premier tribute to the music of Crosby, Stills, Nash and America.

Turnpike All-Stars (Rock & Roll)

Saturday, August 10th at 3:30pm

LOCATION: Center Stage
Turnpike Allstars

Linda Ransom & Sugar (Aretha Franklin tribute)

Saturday, August 10th at 7:00pm

LOCATION: Center Stage
Linda Ransom
Linda started singing professionally in the 60s, with The Peter Deutchen Orchestra and the Artie Lee Orchestra of New York. She has recorded three albums throughout her singing career. Linda now resides in Hartford, Connecticut, and performs with her own group, and has performed with Larry Willis, Steve Davis, and Ed Fast among others.

Linda Ransom has performed in around the United States and Europe, Japan, and the Caribbean. While she considers herself a Jazz Vocalist, Linda is known for her Aretha Franklin compositions as well as soothing audiences with a Judy Garland rendition.

The Driftwoods (Beach Boys tribute)

Saturday, August 10th at 9:00pm

LOCATION: Center Stage
The Driftwoods

The Old Tyme Fiddlers

Sunday, August 11th at 10:00am

LOCATION: Center Stage
Old Tyme Fiddlers

Monthei Brothers Band (Country)

Sunday, August 11th at 1:00pm

LOCATION: Center Stage
Monthei Brothers Band

Katie Perkins (Country)

Sunday, August 11th at 4:30pm

LOCATION: Center Stage
Katie Perkins
Katie Perkins demonstrated her passion and talent for singing at the very young age of 4, practicing every chance she could. At only 11 years old she was performing to growing crowds in her hometown of East Lyme, CT.

Katie has won Best Country Song of the Year for the Akademia Awards, and has been recently nominated for Country Female Artists of the Year & Country Song of the Year for the IMEA Awards. Katie also has won First Place at the USA World Showcase in 2006, and was nominated and in the final running for GRAMMY Gig of a Lifetime, associated with CBS. She was a finalist for the Katie Couric Blackbird Studios Contest and was nominated for Country Act of the Year for the 2013 New England Music Awards, for 2014 Country Act of the Year for the International Music and Entertainment Association Awards, and for 2014 Female Country Artist of the Year for the Limelight Magazine Music Awards.