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Wild Caves

original song by The Oshima Brothers filmed at sunrise in Belfast  The Oshima Brother’s will be performing live tonight, Thursday February 1, at 7pm at The Camden Public Library. Please join us!

The Way It Goes

Spruce Trees And The Sea

written and performed by Sassafras Stomp produced by Jamie Oshima at Tiny Room Studio Sassafras Stomp is a high-energy folk music duo with one foot in Maine and one foot in western Montana. Weaving together diverse fiddle traditions and evocative songwriting, fiddler Johanna Davis and guitarist Adam Nordell build a rich, dynamic traditional roots sound […]

Can’t Stop The Feeling

Thriller/Rolling in the Deep/Close Mashup

arranged and performed by Molly Mann and Jamie Oshima directed, recorded, filmed, and edited by Jamie Oshima at Tiny Room Studio

Justin Bieber/Fiddle Tune Cover

music and video by Jamie Oshima

Shannon’s Raucous Ruckus

photography by Jim Dugan Shannon Lynn Thompson of Camden tries to celebrate her birthday every year with a fundraising party. This year, it was “A Raucous Ruckus” at the Blue Goose in Northport. The band was Ghost of Paul Revere and photographer Jim Dugan ran a raucous photo booth. Here are some of his photos.

Underneath This Tree

song by Sean Oshima Editor’s note: Another beauty from Maine’s first family of music, the Oshimas!

Maine Farmland Trust