Maine-based indie duo, Oshima Brothers’ have been creating music together since childhood.
The brothers blend songs from the heart with blood harmonies to produce a “roots-based pop
sound that is infectious.” (NPR) On stage, Sean and Jamie offer lush vocals, live looping, foot
percussion, electric and acoustic guitars, vintage keyboard and bass – often all at once. They
want every show to feel like a deep breath, a dance party and a sonic embrace. When not
recording or touring they find time to film and produce their own music videos, tie their own
shoes and cook elaborate feasts. Maine Public Radio’s Sara Willis describes their songs as
“beautiful, those brother harmonies can’t be beat. They are uplifting and, let’s face it, we
need uplifting these days.”
For more information on Oshima Brothers, visit oshimabrothers.com.
Due to the spread of the Delta Variant starting October 1, 2021, The ArtsCenter will be requiring proof of vaccination and masks (as per state-mandate) for anyone who attends our ArtSchool classes and in-person performances. This was not an easy decision to make however as a leading community organization, The ArtsCenter has a responsibility to the whole community and feel this mandate is the most sensible safety measure.
All attendees are required to wear a mask or face covering at in-person shows.