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The Double Crossers is a New England folk band formed in Fall of 2018 in Greenville, New Hampshire during an outdoor concert at Hippy Hollow Recordings. Long time friends Gordon Berry, Paul Driscoll, and Derek Russell Fimbel joined each other on stage for an impromptu jam at the end of the night and knew they had something special on their hands. Shortly after, the trio was joined by veteran old-time musician Scott Heron of Green Heron and the band was truly complete with his expert knack for keeping that high energy rhythm. With influences in old-time, bluegrass, folk, and country, the four-piece band has been entertaining audiences all over the North East with tight harmonies, energetic music, heart felt song writing, and an on-stage chemistry only close friends could have. The Double Crossers debut album In My Blood was released in February of 2020. It was produced and engineered by Andrew Johnson at Black Lodge Audio in Nashua, NH.



Doors Open 6:30 Start Time 7pm

Suggested Donation $15    

694 Darling Hill Road Greenville, NH


July 10





This is an outdoor event & weather permitting. You will not see the “venue” from the street. Please park on the side of the road facing downhill. You will have to follow an 800ft path through the woods. There is limited seating. But plenty of lawn space. If you are able, you are welcome to bring a blanket/ folding chairs for the lawn. Suggested you bring: Flashlight, bug spray, good vibes, sunscreen, water, bubbles, a friend, cash cause there may be merch & hats for tipping, snacks, hula hoops. BYOB in moderation.Carry-In/Carryout.


NON-NH/ADA defined service dogs

Emotional support animals


Bad vibes

You will be on private property. Any patrons that attend are responsible for their own physical well-being and brought items. Hippy Hollow is not responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen property and is not responsible for accidents and injuries that occur during the event. This is a kind heads up that the property is not accessible or physically accommodating for everyone. Please familiarize yourself with the event instructions and plan accordingly.

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