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DCSC: The Fremonts

  • Down County Social Club 864 South Undermountain Road Sheffield, MA, 01257 United States (map)
The Bleeding Femmes. photo: Mark Grochowski

“Mostly Poop Stories” with The Fremonts

A classy evening of music and sharing to help you digest your Thanksgiving… **Bring a poop story and you may get a chance to tell it on stage!**

Born in New York City and raised in Boulder, CO, The Fremonts create unique theatrical experiences for their audiences by blending americana music and storytelling with a cabaret aesthetic. Stephanie Dodd (originally from Fremont, Nebraska - vocals/accordion) and Justin Badger (originally from Fremont, California - vocals/guitar) present their original music with performance skills honed from years of working as professional actors. https://www.thefremontsmusic.com/

“What really sets this husband and wife duo apart is their storytelling and the inspiration behind their stories. On We Don’t Live There, The Fremonts combine what sometimes feel like ghost stories of old with what they say is “the heartache of leaving our past in a distant skyline and walking into fresh, open spaces with hope for the future.” You'll hear what I mean in the ballad track “Olivia.” It’s a tune with a progressive interlude (which you don’t always find in classic Americana) that also beckons the roots of the genre in an original way with a story that leaves you a bit haunted."

-Trevor Ryan, BolderBeat.com

Saturday, November 30th, 2019 / Doors: 7pm / Music starts sometime after 8pm
The Down County Social Club at Race Brook Lodge (map)
864 South Undermountain road ( AKA Rt 41 ) Sheffield, MA
$10 donation for the artists

For packages, including accommodations at Race Brook Lodge and dinner at The Stagecoach Tavern, check out the DCSC Special Package!


The Down County Social Club at Race Brook Lodge features a handpicked selection of extraordinary and rare entertainment presented in an intimate speakeasy-style environment. Our live performances include music, dance, performance art, poetry and multimedia works. We also occasionally offer films and academically themed events. Our programming is as eclectic as you can imagine!

For info/directions and dinner reservations at The Stagecoach Tavern, call 413-229-8585. Visit our Facebook Page!


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Earlier Event: November 21
DCSC: Ameranouche
Later Event: December 1
Barnspace Holiday Market