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Venue Type Theater
Hours 24-7
Accessibility Accessible to persons with disabilities.

The Flying Monkey Performance Center

39 Main St., Plymouth, NH, 03264
(603) 536-2551

Created by MEProductions

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The Flying Monkey Performance Center
39 Main St.
Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 536-2551
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Terri Clark
Terri Clark
Canadian country singer with a long string of country and pop hits beginning in 1995. ~ Rovi
Sister Hazel
Sister Hazel
Combining elements of acoustic rock, folk, and jangle pop, Sister Hazel formed in 1993 in Gainesville, FL. The band's five members all boasted ties to the city's local scene; vocalist/guitarist Ken Block and guitarist/vocalist Andrew Copeland canvassed the coffee shop circuit as a duo, lead guitarist Ryan Newell honed his chops with the local band Waterdog, bassist Jett Beres studied his instrument while pursuing a degree in architecture, and drummer Mark Trojanowski played with several Florida-based jazz ensembles before pursuing a career in pop music....
Chuck Ragan
Chuck Ragan
With his emotional and gravel-coated bellow, vocalist/guitarist Chuck Ragan made a name for himself as one-fourth of the much-loved Gainesville post-hardcore outfit Hot Water Music before releasing his first solo album in 2007....
Judy Collins
Judy Collins
One of the best female folksingers of the '60s, Judy Collins championed other important songwriters (Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen) and eventually incorporated elements of cabaret and sophisticated pop a la Sondheim and Kurt Weill....
The Outlaws
The Outlaws
The Outlaws -- not to be confused with the American country act of the same name -- were one of a wave of instrumental groups that came along in British pop/rock music during the late 1950's and early 1960's....
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