Looking Ahead in 2021
We’ve already booked over 20 private performances so far this year. Here are some of the public events that are being worked on. Stay tuned.
Friday, May 29, 2021: Virtual Memorial Day Weekend Release Party on Facebook Live. A new song will be released Friday night. Time to party!
Thursday, June 3, 2021, 6 p.m.: Appearing in Weblinar 6: Songs, Stories, & Sea Chanties of Nantucket Sound. Hosted by the Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound, a nonprofit organization committed to looking after one of the most valuable natural resources in the region. Nantucket Sound is a 750-square-mile water body just south of Cape Cod. The islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard are just to the south. It is one of the most valued resources for the propagation of many different species of fish and seafood.
Mark regularly sails and spends time in Nantucket Sound. He describes it as his backyard, worthy of favor, worthy of active stewardship. Please join the show for a very quick hour of music and storytelling.
Thursday,August 19, 2021: Chappaquiddick Community Center. Evening concert. Free. Details posted on their website, and more will be posted here.
Past Events in 2021
This year is already busy…. even virtually. We’ve performed twice in Oregon already.
February 25, 2021: 24th annual Fisherpoets Gathering. Astoria, Oregon. Mark was the opening performer for three days of poetry, storytelling and song.
March, 26, 2021: Singtime, virtual singing festival, Portland FolkMusic Society, Portland, Oregon. Mark opened and closed an afternoon session on commercial fishing songs hosted by folksinger Mary Garvey.
March 30, 2021: Mark sang Fiddler’s Green at a graveside service for Emmett Carroll, a Menemsha fisherman, at Abel’s Hill, in Chilmark. The event was reported in the Martha’s Vineyard Times.
In 2019, we did over 30 private and public performances. Last year was tough. We made a trip to the 23rd annual Fisherpoets Gathering in Astoria, OR in February. That was our last live performance. But we did a number of virtual performances in 2020. Our Sunday night Facebook Live shows continue to be a welcome addition. Feel free to attend. They are at 8 p.m.
For 2021, the future looks so much brighter. We already virtually attended the 24th annual Fisherpoets Gathering in Astoria, Oregon on Thursday, February 25, 2021. And we’ve already booked virtual events for this year.
Thank you for your continued support. We are rethinking ways to share music and story. We’ll try and put the public events up as quickly as we can. Let’s talk.
Book Mark Alan Lovewell Today!
If you are looking for a public performance, why not initiate one? Mark performs at all kinds of venues from backyards, front yards, your favorite public place, and aboard almost any seaworthy vessel! Mark has already scheduled over 30 private performances for the summer of 2018, so this is a big year! Book Mark today and experience his sea shanties firsthand!