imageFull disclosure: I’m a rock n roll guy. If you’ve spend even just a few minutes with NEXT you’ll figure that one out. I must admit I am quite excited about this month’s country singer, Jessica Lynn. Yes I said country singer. She has a brilliant backing band (including NEXT favorite Steven Wright Mark on guitar). It’s going to be a night full of fun music so please join us Thursday July 18th at Captain Lawrence Brewery.

Tickets only $10 buy them online right now.
Great Music. Great Beer. Great Cause.

Doors at 7. Music at 7:30 with Chris Fox. Jessica Lynn on around 8:15.

RSVP at the Facebook event page.

Let’s get to know the music makers

Jessica Lynn – This Much Fun – Official Trailer! from Peter Calamera on Vimeo.

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image001Jessica Lynn grew up in the town of Yorktown Heights, New York and was influenced from a very young age by artists and writers from a variety of different genres and styles. She first began performing in local shows and theater productions and then wanting to write her own music, Jessica learned the piano and soon after taught herself guitar and drums. She formed her first band when she was fourteen years old and began playing professionally in every popular New York City Nightclub as well as being featured in countless newspapers and magazines as an act to watch out for. After years of performing through that medium, becoming a published ASCAP songwriter at the age of 16, and establishing her place in the music industry, she decided it was time to return to her first love, country music, and emerged on her own in recent years as Jessica Lynn with a profusion of new songs and style that are catapulting her towards superstardom. In October of 2012 she filmed and recorded her first full length television special and live album, “This Much Fun – Live from The Winery at St. George, which is being reviewed at the moment for national PBS television broadcasts this summer or fall. Jessica and her full 11 piece band will be making their way around the country this year to tour in support of “This Much Fun.”

Future charity concerts:
August 15 – Matt O’Ree (Monster Blues Guitar) (one year anniversary party for this charity concert series at CLBC)
September 12 – Steven Wright-Mark (Power Pop/Indie Rock)
October 24 – Motive (just bloody brilliant DON’T MISS THIS ONE)

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