Lady Lamb is the stage name used by Aly Spaltro, a singer, songwriter and producer whose music is a beguiling and imaginative fusion of folk, pop, and indie rock.
Lady Lamb is the stage name used by Aly Spaltro, a singer, songwriter and producer whose music is a beguiling and imaginative fusion of folk, pop, and indie rock. Spaltro was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire in 1989. She spent the majority of her childhood in the Southwest with a three year stint in Germany before relocating to Brunswick, Maine with her family in 2003. A serious film enthusiast, she took a job at the local video store, Bart & Greg's DVD Explosion, during a gap year before entering film school. Spaltro was working the closing shift, and with the permission of the owners, she used the space as a makeshift music studio after hours. In 2010 she moved to Brooklyn, NY and was eventually approached by Ba Da Bing Records to record an album. In 2013 Ripely Pine became Lady Lamb's first nationally distributed release. The album earned enthusiastic reviews and led to extensive touring in the United States, Europe, and the United Kingdom. She jumped to Mom + Pop Records for her next full-length album, 2015's 'AFTER.' It landed on the Billboard rock, independent, and Heatseekers albums charts. She followed it in late 2016 with the self-produced EP Tender Warriors Club recorded at Kristian Matsson's home studio in Sweden. After much anticipation, her 3rd full-length LP, Even in the Tremor, was released on Ba Da Bing Records in April 2019. Spaltro is currently writing her 4th album in southern Maine.
Pete Bernhard is the singer and main songwriter for the band The Devil Makes Three and has been touring the US, Canada and Europe for nearly 18 years. He hails from a small community in southern Vermont with a family rife with musicians. His father was a singer and songwriter, his brother attended Berklee School of Music, and his aunt was a local folk musician. Immersed in music at a young age, he was drawn to older, traditional finger picking blues and folk music. In 2001, Pete headed to Washington State, where he formed a duo with a childhood friend Cooper McBean and began touring the west coast. When they broke down in Santa Cruz, California, they stayed with a fellow Vermonter Lucia Turino who was attending college at the University Of Santa Cruz and the band– The Devil Makes Three was born. Pete has three solo records released on his own label Kahn Records and many more with The Devil Makes Three.
This show will also feature performances by Caliche & Sierra D'Amours, as well as a special reading and book release by Henry Walters. Two stages, and a Post & Beam tap takeover? It's a fall fest folks, and we hope to see you there!
Doors are at 5pm and music will begin soon thereafter. Any seats are first come first served / prioritized for folks that need them.
(Saturday) 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
48 Emerald Street