The Gulu-Gulu Cafe Open Mic Shindig!

Every Wednesday @ 8PM!

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Word Origin & History:

“dance, party, lively gathering,” 1871, probably from shindy “a spree, merrymaking” (1821), perhaps from shinty, name of a Scottish game akin to hockey (1771), earlier shinny (see shinny (n.)).

Sign up for merrymaking at 7:30. Spree begins at 8:00.

Hosted by local superstars Jeff Savlon and Brian Donnelly

Adrienne Orpheus

Fri, July 25, 8PM


I make music and cosplay, I run and my blog I love angels, Louise Hay, green juice, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica: the Board game, The Venture Brothers, and veganism.

Daniel Ouellette and the Shobijin

Sat, July 26, 9PM


A little odd? A little quirky? Always fun! This electro-pop act has been delighting audiences throughout the Northeast for several years and are set to release their second CD entitled “THE ENCHANTMENT! (Songs to sing whilst you sharpen your pencil) on Meannie Jeannie Records.

Judith Murray

Sun, July 27, 8PM


Judith sings music that is classy, sultry, and swinging! Best known for her take on the jazz standards of the 1930s’, 40s’ and 50s genre, ala Billie Holiday, she has been accused of being a consummate professional when it comes to getting inside the lyrics of a song.

Kevin Farren & Tim Dillon

Thurs, July 31, 9PM


Tim Dillon and Kevin Farren are an acoustic rock duo that combines crafty guitar work with tightly woven harmonies. Their repertoire blends classic rock staples from the 70s, guilty pleasures of the 80s and top hits from today.

DJ Andrew Galante

Fri, Aug 1, 8PM


DJ Andrew Galante spins Oldies, Soul, Ska, & Punk classics.

Poor Howard

Sat, Aug 2, 9PM

Blues / Folk

Poor Howard’s 12-string guitar has the solid, propulsive groove of a steady-moving freight train; and he has the uncanny way of singing classic blues tunes as if their hard-luck stories were happening today. In his care, old songs never seem old, but timeless, personal, pulsing with knowable human emotions.  His own songs nestle beside them as if they grew up together.