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Lakehouse Music and the Bengel Wildlife Center present the second annual Bath Eclectic Music Festival, featuring The Accidentals, Kyshona, Nessa, and Jen Sygit with Sam Corbin & Geoff Lewis! Tickets: https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4269701 Regular Admission: $25 Patron Admission: $50 (Includes Special Front Section Seating and Admission to after Concert Gathering at Nearby private Residence) Children: $10 Official Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/829893440708299/ Lineup: Noon - Doors open 1:00pm - Jen Sygit with Sam Corbin & Geoff Lewis 2:30pm - Nessa 4:00pm - Kyshona 5:30pm - The Accidentals Jen Sygit (http://www.jensygit.com): Lansing, MI based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jen Sygit has released four solo albums with her latest record “It’s About Time” newly released in Oct. 2018. Sometimes traditional, sometimes contemporary, always with a raw honesty “It’s About Time” is a sonic journey through the landscape of Americana music. Nessa (https://nessamusic.com): Nessa brings the best kind of surprise to any music event. Combining whimsy with serious musicianship, Nessa can put audiences into a trance or up on their feet dancing. The music is Celtic inspired, but presented in a new and unique way. Spicing things up with African, Caribbean, Eastern flavors with classical and jazz influences, Kelly McDermott and her band bring charm and delight to listeners of all ages. Kyshona (http://www.kyshona.com): Kyshona Armstrong, a music therapist gone rogue, has a natural gift for using music to tap into emotion. She began her career as a music therapist, working in mental health hospitals and correctional facilities, writing music with her patients and using music to redirect behaviors and emotions. Kyshona soon found the need to write music independently to help her process her daily experiences with her clients. Audiences will often find a common thread of overcoming, hope, and empowerment in her songwriting and storytelling. She uses her emotional intelligence to create her unique bluesy and soulful style of music. Her latest album, "The Ride", shows off vocal stylings that are reminiscent of Aretha Franklin, Etta James and Al Green. The Accidentals (https://www.theaccidentalsmusic.com): Female–fronted, multi-instrumentalist power trio, The Accidentals, (Sav Buist, Katie Larson, and Michael Dause) kicked off 2018 with the release of their debut album, Odyssey, with Sony Masterworks. They followed the album release with two-hundred days of touring nationally, seventeen festivals, sync placement with Turner Classic Movies and FOX sports, and a RAM Trucks BANDvan #tourtough commercial. Billboard Magazine says, “The Accidentals display a genre-hopping range of influences and some smart songwriting skills to go with their abundant musical chops” and Pop Matters Magazine say’s, you can’t define them by comparison to any one band, comparing them to a mash up of influences including, “Beatles, The Decemberists, Sufjan Stevens, Led Zeppelin, Ani Difranco, Neko Case, and Brandi Carlile." They aren’t slowing down going into 2019. They just finished scoring and recording a song for the 76 piece Contemporary Youth Orchestra in conjunction with a documentary by the Rock Hall of Fame in Cleveland. They’re scoring an indie film, teaching workshops across the country, touring coast to coast, and releasing new music.