The Horse-Eyed Men
Jul
2
6:00 pm18:00

The Horse-Eyed Men

  • Wishing Stone Farm

The Horse-Eyed Men are Noah and Dylan Harley, two brothers who play original disgruntled Americana and country. Raised by musical humans in a former candy store outside of Providence R.I., their music mixes spaghetti-western themes with cabaret, ragtime, and post-partum punk. Grave Country, their latest record, was recorded in Copenhagen on a grant from the Danish Arts Council in the summer of 2013

Nina Ott
Jul
9
6:00 pm18:00

Nina Ott

A great night of latin jazz planed for this evening! Nina Ott is one of the areas most talented performers. This one is not to be missed, we are all very excited.

 

 

Funny Little Planet
Jul
23
6:00 pm18:00

Funny Little Planet

The band had its beginnings in the Tiverton/Little Compton farm country. Local legends and members of Rufus and the Moondogs. Come hear rock music as the Funny Little Planet believe the non-denominational, anthropomorphized creative energy intended it to be.

Featuring Clem Brown, Bruce Gavin, Mike McKenney and John Toste

Neal McCarthy
Jul
30
6:00 pm18:00

Neal McCarthy

  • Wishing Stone Farm

Local music legend Neal McCarthy has been been playing music and serenading crowds with his deep baritone country voice for years. We are very please to announce two dates with Neal and his band! July 30th and August 20th!! 

The Torn Shorts
Aug
6
6:00 pm18:00

The Torn Shorts

2013 WBRU Rock Hunt Winner - Borrowing and breaking-in the classic sounds of American music: Dylan's half-spoken plea, Muddy Waters' howled licks" Great guys! Very happy to have them back!

Sakonnet Music LIVE
Aug
13
6:00 pm18:00

Sakonnet Music LIVE

Local talents mezzo-soprano Allison Messier and pianist Jono Babbitt bring their international careers home to roost when they appear as Sakonnet Music LIVE at Wishing Stone Farm on August 13th.  Look for tunes from Brahms to the Beatles and Debussy to Dylan . . . old classics you love and opera you didn’t know you knew!

Neal McCarthy
Aug
20
6:00 pm18:00

Neal McCarthy

Neal and his band are back! He is one of our favorite performers! As always this event is free and food will be available for purchase, so come hungry!!

The Farming Hands
Aug
27
6:00 pm18:00

The Farming Hands

Come enjoy and night of music brought to you by members of RI's best bands and farm employees!! This is going to be a blast! With members of the Little Compton Band, Bird Talk, Abadabad, Swap Road, Sensible Shoes, Salavador Jolly, The D3 connection, Viral sound, Torn Shorts and many more!

The Little Compton Band
Sep
3
6:00 pm18:00

The Little Compton Band

The boys are back for our final event of the season! Come celebrate the end of another great year of farming, fun, and food!! This is bound to be a special night filled with surprises! This one might run late!!


Gary Farias
Jun
25
6:00 pm18:00

Gary Farias

Gary has opened for Iris Dement and Cheryl Wheeler and has been the feature act in many clubs and coffee houses around New England. A local favorite! 

 "Gary Farias is the consummate interpreter of the song. Whether it be a 16th century English folk tune or a modern day folk song, Gary infuses his intricate guitar work and strong vocal delivery to make it his very own" Patrick Norton, president of the Narrows Center for the Arts

Bird Talk
Jun
18
6:00 pm18:00

Bird Talk

Featuring Local Jazz Guitarist and friend of the farm Pat Mitchell! These guys are really talented and we are very excited to have them for our second event of the season! Going to be a fun night. Come Hungry, Leave Happy!

The Little Compton Band
Jun
11
6:00 pm18:00

The Little Compton Band

  • Wishing Stone Farm

Our first summer event of the year is featuring none other than Wishing Stone's favorite local boys…. The Little Compton Band!! 

The Little Compton Band embodies a new age of roots rock. Camaraderie around small town living, improvised musical journeys, and a commitment to craft has forged this powerful group. On a seaside farm in southern Rhode Island( Wishing Stone Farm), the five friends began making music at a young age. Through the years, the LCB has developed a sound that is remarkably classic in nature.