It's called Teardrops on the Ivy and beautifully expresses the fear and worry families members experience when a loved one is far, far from home in harm's way protecting our freedoms and defending our country.
We Mainers all have our own cherished memories of the yearly traditions of going to the fair. That's why it's likely that many of us are bummed that it's not going to happen in 2020. One of our favorite local bands feels the same way.
These boys also like to stroll through the tall grass in wide open spaces and hike the wooded trails. Along with these nature loving excursions of course comes the threat of terrible tiny beasts...Friggin' Ticks!
This music video is a tribute to all the hardened Yankees like you who bust their asses getting the wood ready. It's called, Six Cords Shy of a Broken Back and it hilariously laments the "seven month haul" that is winter in Maine.
Our buddies in the band, Flooded Cellar released a new video today on YouTube and if you're a wicked Mainah (as if you ain't), you should see it. The song is called Inside Maine's Outdoors. We gotta warn ya, it'll be stuck in your head after the first listen.
They call themselves Flooded Cellar. When the warm weather finally arrives each year, they enjoy fishing on Kezar Lake. Of course, along with these nature loving excursions comes the threat of terrible tiny beasts...Friggin' Ticks!
It's by fellow local laborers and moonlighting musicians, Flooded Cellar from Lovell. We've featured their wicked funny songs about everything from tick checks, to stacking wood, mud season and more. They get us, because they are us!