38 Bethel Street
New Bedford MA 02740
Please join us at the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center for the June Seaport Session, featuring Pebbles of Rain!
Pebbles of Rain plays eclectic acoustic music with deep roots and long branches that reach out toward many genres. Sometimes they also break out the shovel and break new ground free of all genre confines. No matter how far they stray, though, there is an underlying love, respect, and experience with traditional music that informs the band’s sensibilities.
The band is comprised of Jeff Angeley (fiddle, vocals, accordion, bass, banjo); Samantha Babineau (fiddle, vocals, piano, ukulele) ; Christian Camarao (banjo, glockenspiel, guitar, vocals); and Steven Brum (guitar, bass, saxophone), all multi-instrumentalists who were all independent songwriters before coming together.
Individually, the members of band have extensive live playing experience in concert venues, clubs, and festivals in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and South. That includes shows at Doc Watson’s Sugar Grove Festival in NC, The Narrows Center for the Arts and New Bedford Folk Festival in Massachusetts, Bear on the Square Festival in Georgia, and Bluebird Cafe in Nashville.
Located in New Bedford, the nation’s most valuable fishing port, the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center is dedicated to telling the story of the fishing industry past, present, and future through exhibits, programs, and archives. The 3000 square foot, handicap accessible space accommodates changing exhibits, public programs, school groups, archives, and community gatherings.