Caleb Stine and Rebecca Loebe!
Saturday, July 29, doors open at 7:00 pm
Come celebrate the return of singer/songwriter Caleb Stine and the first visit by singer/songwriter and The Voice finalist Rebecca Loebe to Our Town Theatre’s stage. Their authentic musical styles of Americana-rock will entertain and inspire. Please make your $12 reservations by calling 301-334-5640 or contacting www.ourtowntheatre.org Reservations made on the day of the concert will be $17 and can be paid at the door with either cash or personal check; charge cards are not accepted at this time.
OTT is honored to have Caleb perform on its stage for the fifth time! Baltimore Sun has called Caleb Stine the “lynchpin of the Baltimore folk scene.” To date, Stine has released seven albums of original songs, played throughout the United States, and scored soundtracks. He directed the music and performed in the Off-Broadway play Woody Guthrie Dreams in 2011. He organizes the annual Round the Mountain Concert in Baltimore to showcase regional rockin’ folk groups and frequently hosts gatherings for traveling musicians in his home.
His seventh album Time I Let It Go was released on November 7, 2015. The Baltimore Sun Newspaper reported, “It Would Not Let Me Be, a documentary film that follows Baltimore’s own Caleb Stine and the Brakemen as they recorded their 2015 album, Time I Let It Go, received its public world premiere at the American Documentary Film Festival in Palm Springs, Calif. in May 2016.” Caleb can be heard the following morning, July 30, in the 10:00 am worship service at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Oakland, as well.
Rebecca Loebe graduated from Berklee College of Music and was named to Alternate Root Magazine’s annual listing of “The Top 10 Female Singers in America.” She won the coveted Kerrville New Folk Award for her songwriting. Her 2010 album, Mystery Prize, was an Americana Top 40 Album. In 2017, she is on her 8th international tour; this time for Blink, her 11-song fourth album, which she describes as, “…equally inspired by soul, folk, and southern rock.”