Christopher Gold was born in Owensboro, Kentucky. The son of a bluegrass musician, he didn’t have to go far to find a passion and available instruction on the mandolin, banjo, and guitar. It wasn’t long before he started writing his own songs and playing them in public. He now splits his time between the folk and bluegrass from his childhood and the punk music from his adolescence, playing and releasing albums under his own name, fronting a blues-punk band called The Dirty Rotten So & So’s, and occasionally being fortunate enough to join in on other peoples songs, including The Wandering Sons, S.S. Web, RedHawks, Holly & Plastic and just about anybody else who asks. He also curates the annual “Dirty Rotten Toy Drive”, a live music event in Appleton that collects money and Christmas gifts for abused children.
Seasaw is Eve Wilczewski and Meg Golz, who are the sea and saw respectively. Fcollaborated through four years of long-distance until the summer of 2015, when Eve joined Meg in their current residence of Madison, WI. Seasaw has since grown their powerful and charismatic sound in a way that can only be accomplished when best friends are living and creating within blocks of each other.
Keeping their folk roots in the back of their mind, the eleven songs on Seasaw’s newest album ‘Too Much of a Good Thing’ (out July 22, 2016) venture head-first into the pop and indie-rock realm. The duo has transformed into a combination of commanding instrumentation, intricate harmonies, and refreshing wit that is uniquely Seasaw.
Seasaw has had the honor of performing alongside: Lissie, Paleface, SOAK, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down, Run River North, You Won’t, Caroline Smith, Sonntag (formerly of Phox), We Are The Willows and many others.
– CURRENT VENDORS AS OF JULY 22, 2016 –
North Oak Gourmet Meats
Braiding with Beads, Kumihimo Design and Instruction
Barn Board Revamped
Bauman’s Natural Meats & Pheasants
Uncle Muncle’s Caramel Corn
– Vendor Information –
The Bodega is now accepting applications for vendors for the first ever market at the historic Breese Stevens Field.
For full vendor rules and information or to apply to become a vendor for the Bodega please click here.
– Parking Information –
Please respect all neighbors and residential areas when parking on residential streets. Cars cannot block any part of resident driveways.