Top local favorites scheduled for Lebanon, Maine, venue

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TEXAS PETE BAND; Chris White-Bass, Dennis Ankle- drums, Jerry Druin-vocals, Brian Croteau-guitar (Courtesy photo)

If you have never been to Charleez Hill Museum & Event Venue in Lebanon Maine, just across the border from Rochester, N.H., this might be the time to check it out. Terri Merrill and her husband Mike have converted a large old dairy barn into a musical oasis for local musicians of all genres.

This Saturday a favorite local country band Texas Pete will be there with opening performances by Alec Wall and Brian Munger.

The amazingly talented Alec Wall is also the host for regular Saturday night jams at Charleez Hill. Welcoming local musicians to play for 30 minutes time slots on a stage with professional sound. Come sign up early, music starts at 6:30 p.m.

On the corner of Center and Shapleigh Roads in Lebanon Maine. This venue is on private property but the public is invited to attend. Seating is limited, COVID-19 compliant, social distancing encouraged, bring a mask.

Events happening this weekend...

Saturday, January 9th

All-Request Pub Night with Troy and Travis. Troy Bennett (formerly of The Squid Jiggers, Bailey's Mistake and Rakish Paddy) and Travis Cote of the Pubcrawlers and The Barmen for an all-request night of Irish, Scottish, Newfoundlandish and Sea Shantyish pub songs. Travis will also haul out the auld bag pipes and play some cracking good tunes. They'll be taking requests all night. A free online event

Alec Wall and Brian Munger with very special guest The Texas Pete Band at Charleez Hill in Lebanon Maine. Opening music starts at 5pm, Texas Pete 7-11 p.m. Be ready for a night of Country fun! See above article for more information. Donations appreciated. No food or alcohol service on site, bring your own picnic. Social Distancing.

Get out and about!

CC Bissett is a longtime Rochester music scene aficionado. She lives in Lebanon, Maine. You can contact here at

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