The Mountain Rose is a small-hall concert series featuring local and regional artists with more talent than exposure. We pride ourselves on presenting high-quality performances to an audience that really LISTENS. That is the beauty of a concert setting. Our performers are primarily acoustic artists, mostly in the folk, traditional, and singer-songwriter categories. The concerts are run in Kent, Ohio, with the normal season running October through May. We occasionally (twice a year) produce all-day festivals at the Happy Days Visitor Center in The Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
2016-17 Concert Schedule: Upcoming Shows
Light refreshments will be available at all shows.
Showtimes: 6:30; Tickets: $7.00.
Sunday, March 12th, 2017 at at the Roy Smith Shelter House, Fred Fuller Park
Keith Lamont Bachman
Keith Bachman was born and raised in Vermillion, Ohio. He graduated from HighSchool in 1977, where he performed in musicals. He was a regular performer on the Gene Carroll Show where he first appeared when he was 11 years old.
Keith is a graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. While at Berklee, Keith was the recipient of the Richard Levy Memorial Award for Outstanding Musicianship. After graduation he stayed in New England for three years, playing in clubs throughout the area.
Keith returned to Ohio in 1985 and currently plays in the Northeast Ohio area. He makes his home in Akron Ohio.
Keith's original music is a combination of jazz, folk/rock, blues and country.
Ed Amann, Guitarist, songwriter and folksinger. Oral tradition* folk music, blues, hilljazz (Ed's country with a jazz attitude, old standards with a down home twang.) Ed performs songs from many eras and across several genres. The songs Ed writes are right at home in this wildly eclectic mix.
Roy Smith Shelter House (heated) in the Fred Fuller Park
497 Middlebury Rd
Middlebury Rd. is the third light west of Water St. off Haymaker Parkway (Rt. 59).
Kentway Apartments First Floor Community Room
360 E. Summit Street
Kent, Ohio, 44240
Use the west entrance and we'll have signs to the Community Room.
We would like to thank and acknowledge our own board members who volunteer their time to make the Mountain Rose a success. Our goal is to continue to promote local and regional acoustic musicians in concert settings such as those above on a regular basis. We hope you will make plans to support our concerts as well as our excellent local and regional performers.
If you would like further information, please e-mail us or call Tom Ball at (330) 733-8845.