MHB plays Rock in the Valley at Brunswick Crossing

Posted on July 12, 2011 by MHB

This Saturday, bring out your lawn chairs, coolers, dogs, children, etc… for a free summer concerts at Brunswick Crossing, Frederick County’s most exciting planned community. On July 16th enjoy free family-fun musical concerts at Hope Farm Park at Brunswick Crossing starting at 3:30PM.

Brunswick Crossing Free Summer Concert

Last but not least, wrapping  up our series, “MHB” July 16th. The passion on Bob Marley, the energy of James Brown, the groove of Jack Johnson and the feel of Eric Clapton will keep the crowd on their feet and dancing! This artist knows how to rock out pretty much any style and find a stellar way to call it his own.

Matthew Henry Baron (whose initials comprise the band’s name) has been entertaining fans in and around the Chicagoland area and now Washington, DC. He released his solo album entitled “Sparks are going to Fly” in 2009. Baron blends healthy doses of blues, reggae, hip-hop, funk, and rock to create a feel-good landscape perfectly suited for summer listening.

With a unique, off-the-cuff style, MHB tends to record his music as he writes it. Impromptu recording sessions allow him to go with whatever is inspiring him in the moment. This keeps MHB music feeling organic and raw—even after songs are refined, added to, and perfected. Just like the music that’s influenced MHB, his songwriting and style carry a timeless quality that will keep his music relevant and relate-able for years to come.

Bluesy and Funky – a guaranteed a great time!

106.9 “The Eagle”, the 4 state’s #1 for Classic Rock will be joining us again at Hope Farm Park for this great finale!

The concert takes place at Brunswick Crossing located on Rt. 17 in Brunswick, MD beginning at 3:30PM. Coolers and leased pets are welcome, no alcohol please. Iced Tea and Lemonade will be served free of charge. For more information please check our website: