Hug the Dog: The Sumner Knight Series

by Hug the Dog

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about

This is what happens when the boss shows up late...

On Saturday, July 11th, Honest Thieves and Hug the Dog came to perform at the Sumner Knight Chapel. It was hot, and there were tons of bugs. Children and adults were hanging out; making noise and having fun.

Generally, our Chapel shows are focused on acoustic instruments. By the time the boss showed up Hug the Dog had a mess o' gear on the stage. While is was out of the ordinary for us, it really sounded great; as you can tell from giving this a listen.

What you have hear is real live music done by wonderfully talented folks;with all the imperfections and incidentals preserved and cherished in the recordings.

As usual, the best listening experience can be had using headphones.

All proceeds from purchasing this download are shared between the artists, the Sumner Knight Chapel, and Keene Music Festival. That's why the price is divisible by three....

For more of Hug the Dog's music, you can go to:

www.hugthedog.com

credits

released July 15, 2015

Music performed by Hug the Dog, with assistance from numerous kids and adults hanging out in the area. And yes, the little guy got paid scale....

All songs used by permission of the performers, who reserve all of their rights, centers, and many of their lefts as well.

The children's and other contributions are in the public domain.

Recorded, mixed, mastered and messed with by El Rancho Deluxe
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The Sumner Knight Series Keene, New Hampshire

This series of concerts at the Sumner Knight Chapel in the Woodland Cemetery to raise money to renovate the chapel. No amplification or sound equipment is used during the show; though on occasion folks do use electric instruments. It's music just as it's always meant to be.
The series is sponsored by Keene Music Festival, in collaboration with Keene Parks and Rec, Southwestern Community Services
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