THE STONE CHURCH MUSIC CLUB
Stone School Series
Is proud to present
For an outdoor socially-distance performance
Limited Tickets are Available in groups of 2, 4 & 6
*No refunds* unless you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
Please stay home if you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19.
If this applies to you, please email us at [email protected]
Doors 5 pm, Music 6 pm
Tables are first come, first served. A server will come to your table.
We have a full menu & bar! Come hungry! Our kitchen would love to feed you!
Truffle is proud to be a part of the wonderful, diverse, robust Seacoast New Hampshire Music Scene. Early on, they came up learning from and being inspired by some truly great bands and musicians. We can only hope that there have been some bands over the years who have been similarly inspired by us. We’ve shared the scene as peers with still more amazing acts, some gone on to the hall of fame, others still going strong. It’s a fantastic community, and we feel honored and truly fortunate to have had a place in it for over thirty years. And, of course, none of it would have happened at all without you, the fans. We have nothing but gratitude.
Five guys who love to play music together. Over thirty years of playing for the best fans in the universe. We’ll get together in any combination that suits the room, the vibe, the crowd, or our fancy. Solo, duo, and trio acoustic shows; hybrid or fully electric trios; electric four and five piece madness.
David Bailey plays bass, has contributed some original songs,and occasionally vocalizes (we hesitate to call it “singing”). At live shows he tries to keep the technical side of things from falling apart.
Ned Chase is a multi-instrumentalist, principal songwriter, and singer. He plays electric and acoustic guitars using frets and slides. Mandolin and lap steel.
Mike Gendron plays the drum kit. Laying it down solid, or mixing it up with more impressionistic split stick stuff, using his whole body, his stylistic versatility makes it happen.
Dave Gerard plays acoustic and electric guitars. Sometimes with a slide, sometimes an acoustico-electric resonator thing. A principal songwriter, and undoubtedly the voice of Truffle. He works hard to represent the band to the public and keep the calendar filled so we can play for you good people.
Pete Kowalski plays hand percussion and sometimes a very cool hybrid drum set/percussion contraption. At a given show you may see any of his seemingly infinite, funky, vintage, interesting sets of congas and bongos.