A Few of our Finest Singers and Players H to Z
Baxter Wareham was born and raised at Hr. Buffett, a community on Long Island which was resettled in the late 1960s. He is a performer of songs, stories and instrumental music. In his long career, he took part in various festivals and events in North America, Europe and Japan. He has been part of several groups, including the the Wareham Brothers, the Breakwater Boys, and Bristol's Hope.

He also travelled extensively and played with the great fiddler, Rufus Guinchard. Baxter taught high school for thirty years. After retiring from teaching, he worked as captain of a pilot boat out of Arnold's Cove, where he now lives.

Baxter Wareham's Music

From Buffett Double. Pigeon Inlet Productions. 1989.

Harbour Buffett Waltz. An accordion tune that is sure to make you dance.
Mickey Relligan's Pup. There never was known such a wonderful dog.

From Towards the Sunset. Pigeon Inlet Productions, 1983.

The Evette, Langara Special. A toe-tapping foot-stomping accordion tune.
Rubber Boots. A fisherman hops into and out of bed with his rubber boots on.