MICHAEL BREWER & TOM SHIPLEY are truly two who work as one. Still as passionate as ever, they continue to blend guitars and voices and perform for audiences 50 years after their trademark vocal harmonies and intertwined acoustic guitars carved a unique niche in America’s soundboard. Their melodic music and underlying lyrical themes of personal freedom and traditional songs of love still resonate with long time fans while continuing to draw new ones.
Brewer & Shipley’s Top 10 hit “One Toke Over The Line” was largely responsible for introducing them to the masses, yet their music careers neither began nor ended with this one song.
The Burney Sisters
The sisters started singing around the house when they were barely able to walk, with some vocal coaching from Mom, they began harmonizing well before they picked up instruments. Currently, Olivia writes the bulk of the tunes that the sisters perform, including their single “Constellations” and the popular “Plastic”. Not to be outdone by her older sister, Emma picked up the guitar at the age of 9, and began learning songs of her own. Now, she helps Olivia with all of the arrangements and harmonies and has since expanded her instrumental arsenal to include bass, banjo, keys, fiddle, and cello.
Don’t worry if you can’t get here early. After you select your concert package you will be able to select a seat upgrade. In the past it has been a hassle to get the seat you want with the lottery and festival seating. If you do not want to upgrade your seats you will still be able to select seats in the general seating area.
Please review the lodging or guest house here before you select your concert package. All Lodging reservations are for the night of the concert and include Breakfast at the lodge the next morning. If staying at the lodge you can request 2 twin beds or a queen bed. You can also request to share a suite with someone. These requests are not guaranteed. You will make this request at checkout in the survey.
Delux Motor Coach transportation from Kirkwood and Union to Wildwood and return.