Daisy Cutter 6 frontman says opening for Train could be a 'life changer'

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Rochester's own Daisy Cutter 6 will be performing for a fund-raiser on this stage along with Train on Saturday night (Courtesy photo)
To say I am impressed at how far Daisy Cutter 6 has gone is an understatement... to say that I am proud of these guys also an understatement! DC6 in case you don't know has 5 members including: Mike Frampton on vocals, Ron Cole on drums, Rob Lagasse and Eric Gilbert on guitars (yes 2 guitars) and Adam Bohlen on bass. I have seen many of these musicians perform over the years in many different bands. It is great to see that such a passionate vocalist as Mike Frampton has once again formed a strong band, worthy of his talents and others are taking notice! After winning a battle of the bands in Virginia last month, DC6 will be opening for the band Train at a fundraiser in Washington this weekend. "This show could be life changing for us," said Frampton.
Also be sure to check out this months PaperJam, which is distributed for free at many locations in downtown Rochester, featuring Daisy Cutter 6.
When I asked Mike if he had any thoughts before he left town for the big show, he ever so humbly said "I want to thank everybody for their love and support over the years, Attitude Check!" 🤘🏼
Friday...Nov 3
Yamica Peterson will be at Mitchell Hill BBQ in Rochester NH, 6-9 pm
Lewis Goodwin will be at Porters in Rochester NH, 6:30-9:30 pm
Pat Foley will be at Profennos in his hometown, Westbrook ME, 5-8pm And then he will also be there the 1st Friday of every month spreading the love.
Rosie will be at Trains Tavern in Lebanon ME, 7-11 pm
Saturday...Nov 4
A Rose and Two Thorns will be at Mitchell Hill BBQ in Rochester NH, 6-9 pm
Bad Penny will be at the Lilac City Grille in Rochester NH, 7-10 pm
Pat Foley will be at Fryburg Kitchen and Market in Fryburg ME, 6-9 pm
Elijah Clark will be at the Regatta Banquet and Conference Center in Eliot ME, 7-10:30 pm Supporting The Birchtree Center's 12th-annual Benefit for Learning Auction. It's a fun way to launch your holiday shopping and contribute to a great cause!
Day to Attend, Mystk Angel, and Diamond Edge Band will be at Charleez Hill in Lebanon ME, 7 pm
Dancing Madly Backwards will be at Stripe Nine Brewery in Somersworth NH, 7-10 pm
Rosie will be at the Wolves Social Club in Sanford ME, 8 pm-12 midnight
Daisy Cutter 6 opening for Train at the Anthem in Washington DC, Attitude Check!!🤘🏼 Enjoy the journey guys!
Be sure to get Out and About this week!

Acoustic Nights...
Tuesdays join Pete Peterson for Acoustic Open Mic Nights at Castaway in Dover NH, 6:30 pm
Wednesdays and Thursdays are Acoustic nights at the Spaulding Steak & Ale, at the Governor's Inn in Rochester NH, check their website for who is playing next!
Open Mic Jam Nights...
Every other Wednesday at Mitchell Hill BBQ in Rochester NH, starting at 5 pm
Middle Man hosting 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at Stripe Nine Brewing Company in Somersworth NH
2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at the Milton Moose Lodge in Milton NH, 7-10 pm
Thursday Nights Hosted by Dave Ogden at Earth Eagle North Brewery in Somersworth NH, 6 pm
Thursdays at The Hawgs Pen in Farmington NH, starting at 7 pm
First Saturday of the month at Charleez Hill in Lebanon ME, starting at 7 pm
Third Sunday of each month, Acoustic at The Strand in Dover NH, 1-5 pm
Trivia Nights...
Tuesdays at the Lilac City Grille in Rochester NH, starting at 6:30 pm
Scott the Trivia Guy Wednesdays at Earth Eagle North in Somersworth NH, 6-8
Thursdays at Mitchell Hill BBQ in Rochester NH, starting at 6 pm

Every other Thursday at the Governor's Inn in Rochester NH, 7-10 pm
DJs in charge...
DJ Dick is hosting a karaoke/dance party on Wednesdays at Train's Tavern in Lebanon ME, 6-9 pm
Don't forget to give a big tip to the hardworking waitstaff and musicians when you are Out and About this weekend! 💃🏼
CC Bissett is a longtime Rochester music scene aficionado. She lives in Lebanon, Maine. You can
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