March 5, 2022 – The Seven Celtic Nations Concert, a long-awaited show of Celtic songs, grouped together 8 local Celtic Musicians for a March 5th Concert at The Anchor Coffee House, at Groome Church in Lewes. The show was a total success and truly was standing room only. Over 130 people attended the concert featuring […]
Happy Holidays from Mike and Lorraine The Problematics Trio. We are finishing up the 2018 year with health and happiness…both at the same time! Our schedule has been musically full with the duo, the addition of Bill Boehme in the Trio, and summertime jobs with our always ready drummer, Mike Littlejohn. We are managing The Anchor Coffee House concert venue, and play regularly in local The Delmarva Bluegrass Band.
But The Problematics are available for holiday and winter parties, not to mention booking into the spring events in Sussex and surrounding counties. Thank you for supporting live music in your community, and have a safe and happy New Year!
We missed YOU! This past year was NOT filled with musical moments in our home by the sea, in Delaware. But nothing is better than sharing our music through our Problematic duo, trio or quad, The Anchor Coffee House concerts, or as members of The Delmarva Ramblers Bluegrass Band and our Celtic band Full Of […]
Coming next March 2022 Saturday date TBD The Problematics alter ego, “Full of Malarkey“, @ The Anchor Coffee House, @ Groome Church, Lewes, DE. They will be performing a Full Stage Production – Authentic Celtic Nations Concert – Music of 7 Celtic speaking nations: Ireland, Scotland, Isle of Man, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany & Galicia. Local […]
The Problematics have been playing at HOA’s in the area, including the Five Points HOA first party ever, on April 17th, complete with Go Go dancers. Angola and Warwick have also played @ their HOA events this year and last. Let your HOA know The Problematics will tailor fit a live band for your activities […]
Mike and Lorraine Messitt, Mike Littlejohn and Bill Boehme rocked the ferry at the July SUMMER JAMZ, from Lewes to Cape May. The weather was perfect and the ride was smooth, with audience participation, cranberry beer tastings and light winds a-blowin! Captain gave the thumbs up and the band played on!