Waterfront Concert: Chris Plante

Chris Plante plays the Waterfront Concert Series at the Newburyport Yankee Festival!

Chris Plante is a Newburyport native who spent his early career as lead singer and writer of popular nationally touring act, The Brew. Career highlights have included having a hit in the Top 100 AAA Radio Charts with his song “When Darkness Comes” and sharing the stage with The Allman Brothers, Michael McDonald, Bruce Hornsby, The Black Keys and many others. Since stepping away from The Brew in 2013, Chris continues to grow musically, developing a body of up-tempo and groove-oriented songs that extend his indie pop sensibilities into fresh lyrical and melodic terrain. Today he leads a six-piece band featuring Kelly Kane, The Brew’s original drummer, co-producer Alex Sandman, Trumpeter Steve Faria and top-level talent from Berklee College of Music including multi-instrumentalist Daniel Alvarez De Toledo and British guitarist Elliott Marchent. Chris Plante is an officially endorsed Yamaha Contemporary Pianist. He is currently in the studio working towards the release of a new full-length album.

All Waterfront Concerts are partially sponsored and FREE to our guests. We will, however, be passing among you to ask for donations to help defray the very high cost of these wonderful bands, sound, lighting, staging, and upkeep of our beautiful park, which the Newburyport Waterfront Trust has so graciously allowed us to use.

Monday, August 1, 2016 7:30 - 9:00pm
FREE (Donations Welcome!)