Rain or Shine the Shows will go ON!
Featuring the legendary Foxy Callwood

Foxy's Harbor Grille, 125 Mulberry Street, Saint Michaels, Maryland

See & hear Foxy perform in Maryland

Shows start at 3 or 6 PM on Sept. 11 or 12th, 2018

The fabulous Trinidelphia Caribbean Band leads off and closes each show.  Foxy will perform some of his classic music including his Jost Van Dyke song ("In the middle of the island") and stories that have regaled sailors at his bar and restaurant - Foxy's - at Great Harbour on the island of Jost Van Dyke in the BVI's for the past 50 years!  If you have not seen him perform - see:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRG0xoSJWtk
 
We are delighted that Foxy will be in St. Michaels, Maryland for these concerts and to help us raise funds for the restoration of Endeavor II (32 foot sailboat) built at Foxy's and the 3 sailing dinghies damaged by Hurricane Irma on Sept. 6, 2017.

For 2017 concerts, see:  https://talbotspy.org/?s=Foxy+Callwood 

Special Caribbean inspired food and drinks

Special Caribbean menu with food and drinks to make this a "Caribbean Night" to remember!  Foxy's Harbor Grille in St. Michaels knows how to do this!  (Food and drinks priced separately from the show tickets)   Photo above shows Caribbean Burger - 7 oz beef seasoned with Bill's secret spices and topped with pimento cheese, grilled peppers and onions on brioche roll with jalapeno jam.    The drink menu will include Caribbean beers (Presidente and Caribe) and the rum based "Pain Killer" created on Jost Van Dyke and other rum drinks we have all enjoyed in the Caribbean.  The food will be on the "spicy side" for the most part including "Chicken Roti", pulled pork in Cuban sandwitch , coconut-curry mussels and specials created by "Chef Bill".  The food and drinks are reasonably priced so you will have "plenty of jingle in your pockets" to help with your donation to the Jost Van Dyke Preservation Society to restore the sailboats used in their youth sailing programs.

Order Tickets NOW!

Online Ticket Sales Closed.  Possible tickets available at the Ticket Table at Foxy's Harbor Grille.  Call Will on 410-829-0510 for the latest ticket status!

FUNDRAISER for the Island of Jost Van Dyke

Hurricane Irma devastates Jost Van Dyke on Sept. 6th, 2017


A monster hurricane by the name of IRMA devastated the Leeward Islands and especially the British Virgin Islands including Jost Van Dyke (JVD) last September.  The above photo shows the main town of Great Harbour after the Cat 5 Hurricane slammed into the island with winds in excess of 200 MPH.   Note that the trees and almost all vegetation were knocked down or blown away - and most buildings were left in ruins except for a few reinforced concrete structures (most roofs were blown off).  The famous Foxy's bar and restaurant at the far end of the beach in this photo (note the blue plastic tarps over Foxy's) suffered major damage, but Foxy and his employees were able to reopen the next day and served meals for about a month to most of the people stranded on the island. 


The Jost Van Dyke Preservation Society was set up years ago by Foxy to help preserve their maritime heritage, and we ask that donations by check be made out to JVDPS - you can check out their web site at: www.JVDPS.org.  They need our help to restore Endeavor II - the traditional JVD 32 foot sloop built at Foxy's about ten years ago and the 3 small sailing dinghies damaged in the storm.  These are essential for JVDPS to restart their sail training programs for the youth and young adults on the island!  In lieu of sending me a check for JVDPS, you can donate by credit card via this web site and we will consolidate the donations and get them to JVDPS.  Most of the funds generated from the four concerts after paying for the band and some other expenses will go to the Jost Van Dyke Preservation Society, a registered IRS 501 (c) (3) charity.

Help Jost Van Dyke Recover

We raised over $14,000 at our September 2017 shows for emergency relief supplies for the Jost Van Dyke Preservation Society (JVDPS).  Our target this year is double that  ($28K) for funding the restoration of their sailboats used in the youth sail training programs.

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Foxy Callwood performs his classic "Jost Van Dyke" song

Foxy in front of his restaurant at Great Harbour, JVD

Experience a "Caribbean Night" in St. Michaels

Foxy Callwood of Jost Van Dyke

Caribbean music, food and drinks with entertainment by Foxy Callwood

Each show on the afternoon or evening of September 11 & 12th will feature songs and stories that Foxy has performed at his bar and restaurant at Great Harbour on Jost Van Dyke over many years.  The fabulous Trinidelphia band will play a 50 minute set to open and close each show with upbeat Reggae and popular music.   All tickets ordered after Sept. 5th will be "Will Call" or held at the ticket table at the entrance to Foxy's Harbor Grille!  As of 2 PM on Sept. 12th - call Will on 410-829-0510 to see if there are any tickets available for the 6 PM Show on Wednesday.

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Menu / Featured Caribbean Items



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Lodging & Parking Information

Parsonage Inn

The historic Parsonage Inn (c:1883) is across from the entrance to the maritime museum at the NW end of the historic district and provides 8 guest bedrooms with a rear parking lot.  You can stay at this inn and walk over to Foxy's Harbor Grille - about 4 blocks.  There is ample parking at Foxy's Harbor Grille if you choose to drive over to the Caribbean Nights Concerts on September 11th or 12th.  There are 8 speed bikes available if you want to "bike over" rather than walking.  A Special Caribbean Nights package offer that includes one ticket to the concert is available if you stay for two or more nights Sept. 9 - 13th.  Contact Sallie at the Parsonage Inn by calling 410-745-8383 or send an email to parsinn@atlanticbb.net.  The web site is: www.Parsonage-Inn.com (just click on the photo above)   Sallie is known for superb breakfasts!

George Brooks House B&B

The George Brooks House (c: 1860's and 1908) is a designated historic building by Talbot County due to the remarkable George M. Brooks who owned this property from 1900 - 1954.  It sits on 8 acres of land about 1/2 mile outside of town (NW) and about a mile from Foxy's Harbor Grille where the Caribbean Nights Concerts will be held.  There is ample parking at Foxy's Harbor Grille - or on Mulberry Street.  This inn also has a special Caribbean Nights Concert package for staying two or more nights Sept. 9th - 13th.   The pool and hot tub will be open and you can use our 8 speed touring bikes if you don't want to drive over to the concerts.  You can call the inn at 410-745-8381 or send email: GeorgeBrooksHouse@atlanticbb.net.  Click on photo above to go to the web site.  Full 3 course breakfast, formal gardens, and the pool and hot tub add to the ambiance!

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About Us

Caribbean Nights Productions

Started in June of 2017 to produce concerts in St. Michaels, Maryland to bring the music of the Caribbean to this lovely seaport.  All funds generated (after expenses) go to a charity like JVDPS - no overhead or administrative expenses!

Caribbean Inspired Food

We created a special menu - food and drinks - to remind us of many wonderful adventures sailing to the fabulous British Virgin Islands.  Presidente beer from the Dominican Republic, and the "Painkiller" rum drink that originated on Jost Van Dyke along with other popular beers and rum drinks!  Spicy food to match!

Order Tickets and Donate

We raised over $14,000 last September at our concerts on Sept. 12 & 13th, 2017 for emergency relief funds for the Jost Van Dyke Preservation Society.  Help us raise even more this year so JVDPS will have the funds to restore their sailboats used in their youth sailing programs.


Will Workman, Managing Partner

Caribbean Nights Productions

24500 Rolles Range Road

St. Michaels, MD  21663

Phone - (410) 829-0510