Calamus
Nov
24
9:00 PM21:00

Calamus

Margaret McGilvray studied the Anthropology of Music at the University of California, Santa Cruz. She also studied piano under Tom Constantin- early keyboard player for The Grateful Dead. Her biggest influence was her grandmother, Florence McGilvray, who played ragtime piano in bars and dance halls. She currently produces and directs Spiral Light Productions, and plays in the alternative rock band Calamus.

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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Nov
28
7:00 PM19:00

You should know this by now (Trivia)

A fun filled night of general trivia and some not so general trivia. Hosted By Eric “I didn’t think I’d be doing this tonight, but ok”. Roberts and Cameron “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Haefner. Prizes awarded to the best, worst and most creative teams, so even if you’re terrible at trivia, you could win a prize for it.

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American Opera
Nov
30
9:00 PM21:00

American Opera

"If there is any hope for the future of acoustic folk music, it lies within the chest (or brain) of John Bee."
—MIDWESTAXN

"American Opera folk rock singer/songwriter may give the likes of Joe Cocker a run for his money. His songs are gritty and moody with just the right amount of edge."
—TOPIAT
 

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 You should know this by now (Trivia)
Dec
12
7:00 PM19:00

You should know this by now (Trivia)

A fun filled night of general trivia and some not so general trivia. Hosted By Eric “I didn’t think I’d be doing this tonight, but ok”. Roberts and Cameron “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Haefner. Prizes awarded to the best, worst and most creative teams, so even if you’re terrible at trivia, you could win a prize for it.

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Intra Element
Dec
15
9:00 PM21:00

Intra Element

Intra Element is a Singer/Songwriting Duo made up of two long time friends, Jillian Barrows and Christian Colegrove. 

Their influences come from genres ranging from folk to jazz to classic rock, creating a unique sound that transcends multiple styles.

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Marie Chabot
Dec
20
9:00 PM21:00

Marie Chabot

I was born in North Attleboro, MA, and spent my growing up years there. I started writing songs when I was 12. While attending college in western MA, I began performing in coffeehouses and restaurants in MA and RI. Eventually I moved to Nashville, where i worked as a background singer for other artists, and sang on demos for songwriters. In 2000, I moved back to MA, where I continue to live. I sing locally with the SOS bigband of RI, and I do some solo work. Still writing songs!

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Federico & The Breeze
Dec
22
9:00 PM21:00

Federico & The Breeze

Federico and the Breeze performs original material along with songs by Mark Knopfler, Eric Clapton, John Mellencamp, John Hiatt, J J Cale, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, Steve Winwood, Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne, & Tom Petty. 

I’m a tunesmith. I build songs with voice and acoustic guitar. The genre might be folk/rhythm and blues/Americana/roots with a groove. There’s more and more finger-style/fingerpicking and plucking. I like the traditional stuff and take inspiration from pre-existing melodies, forms, themes and wording. The songs are as you would expect from this genre: social justice, personal, political, humorous, topical (of the moment). I write about the normal stuff: love, loss, hope, despair, characters with stories to tell, and our society and the times we live in. My voice might be described as gravely (like gravel, not like a grave), though it tries not to sacrifice melody. I take on the persona of the characters I write. There’s some acting involved. I try to make it authentic. Sometimes it’s me talking, sometimes it’s someone else.

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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Dec
26
7:00 PM19:00

You should know this by now (Trivia)

A fun filled night of general trivia and some not so general trivia. Hosted By Eric “I didn’t think I’d be doing this tonight, but ok”. Roberts and Cameron “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Haefner. Prizes awarded to the best, worst and most creative teams, so even if you’re terrible at trivia, you could win a prize for it.

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Morgan Minsk
Jan
5
9:00 PM21:00

Morgan Minsk

Award-winning vocalist, performer, and composer Morgan Minsk taught herself piano in kindergarten and composed her first song at age 7. Soon after, Minsk quickly discovered her innate musical talent as a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist and later added saxophone, guitar, clarinet, bass, and percussion to her repertoire.

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Emma Newton and Corwin Zekley
Jan
11
9:00 PM21:00

Emma Newton and Corwin Zekley

Emma Newton is a harpist, pianist, and singer-songwriter who has attended the Berklee College of Music and the New England Conservatory. Though studying classical music since a young age, she writes and plays in a myriad of styles, including jazz, pop, rock, and classical. Newton performs at venues and festivals all over New England, including Sailfest New London, Providence’s AS220, the Franklin Cultural Festival, and with the Harry Potter Soundtrack Orchestra at the Berklee Performance Center. When she’s not performing, Newton works as a sound engineer and piano teacher at Encore Recording Studios and Music Academy in Franklin, Massachusetts.

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Old Fox
Jan
12
9:00 PM21:00

Old Fox

Old Fox is Alex, Ralph, Connor, Kevin, Jon, and Max.

O.F. draws from influences, Frightened Rabbit, Hozier, and Bon Iver to create a rhythmically exciting, melodic, and lyric driven experience for listeners. In Somerville, MA in March 2018, Alex and Ralph decided to build the band and music around the phrase, "Honest words for honest people." The focus is simple, vulnerable, and tangible to anyone who has the time to listen.

O.F. will go to the studio for the first time this August to record their first record.

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Jordan Renzi
Jan
18
9:00 PM21:00

Jordan Renzi

Growing up on Cape Cod, it wasn't until after graduating from college that Jordan began frequently playing open mics in 2011 and was offered her first gig later that year. Influenced by artists like Laura Marling, Eva Cassidy, Norah Jones and Bob Dylan Jordan's latest EP "Featherbed Lane" showcases her soulful voice and sensitive song-writing style, setting the stage for her debut full length album "A Bird that I Knew", set to release in the summer of 2018. A fusion of 60's era folk and contemporary soul classify this new album as a big step in Jordan's development as an artist and a teaser for what's to come. In January 2014, Jordan landed an invitation to perform at Boston Mayor Walsh’s Inaugural Gala helping to catalyze her breakout year as a young artist. Jordan has since been invited to open for Kate Taylor, Paula Cole, Patty Larkin and Marc Cohn. A nomination for Limelight Music Awards' 2016 Female Vocalist of the Year, Third Place overall in the Eventide Regional Songwriting Competition (ERSC) in 2016, Grand Prize winner of the ERSC in 2017, and winner of the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod 2017 Fellowship in Performing Arts have led to a recent spike in local publicity and an audience waiting for her to take off.

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David Mirabella of the Rationales
Jan
24
9:00 PM21:00

David Mirabella of the Rationales

Hooks, Harmony and Heart. Lush American Rock and Roll.

Believing that excitement should reside in the songs and the performance, rather than props, costumes or gimmicks, THE RATIONALES fall back on the time honored tradition of playing REAL ROCK, a little sloppy at times, a little rough around the edges, but always with feel and heart. Colored by indie, Americana and power-pop their lush, harmony drenched, guitar driven rock is sure to leave you remembering a great show and some great songs. 

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Meaghan Casey
Jan
26
9:00 PM21:00

Meaghan Casey

Meaghan Casey started her obsession with music at an early age, first playing violin for years and then getting her first guitar at 13. These days she plays both banjo and guitar, and her EP "Migration" is available across all social media platforms.

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Kristian Veech
Jan
31
9:00 PM21:00

Kristian Veech

Kristian Veech is a Boston based singer-songwriter and producer, originally from Binghamton NY.

His music constantly defies genre boundaries, with his songwriting ranging anywhere from symphonic art rock epics to quiet folk ballads. Despite the wide varieties of sounds and genres used in his songs, there’s still an underlying sound that brings the music full circle.

Kristian Released his debut album “I” in 2015. This release was entirely self produced featuring Kristian on every instrument . Since then he, has been working with local New England artists on various projects. He cowrote songs with Savannah Smith putting out both “December” and “In my eyes” in 2016. In 2017 he produced Amanda McCarthy’s EP “Prologue,” featuring the single “I’ll be Back,” he also cowrote and produced his band’s, Fordham Road, EP “The Gates of Heaven” as well as their full length album “Fordham Road.”

Kristian has been an active live performer since 2015. He currently plays regularly throughout the New England area as the frontman of Fordham Road, Amanda McCarthy’s rhythm guitarist and as a solo act. For his solo gigs, Kristian takes the stage with only his acoustic guitar, microphones, and loop station; layering sounds to create seamless song arrangements on the spot without the help backing tracks or a band.

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Steve Dennis
Feb
1
9:00 PM21:00

Steve Dennis

Singer-songwriter Steve Dennis has been playing music since his early teens. Now 25, he is performing all over Boston, MA. and locations throughout the United States, including SXSW 2017 in Austin, Texas. He has worked with Shelby Records and is currently putting together some new music. His music is inspired by Jack Johnson, John Mayer, Pearl Jam, Neil Young and more. Steve has been interviewed by many Boston radio stations including: WEMF and BFR (interviewed by Joe Viglione), to name a couple.

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Jacob Haller
Feb
7
9:00 PM21:00

Jacob Haller

Jacob Haller is a Providence, RI-based musician whose songs (on such diverse topics as love, relationships, substance abuse, robots, and kittens) have been described as fresh, catchy, and quirky. He's been nominated for 'best singer/songwriter' in the Providence Phoenix and Motif Magazine and has been compared to Leon Redbone, Greg Brown, Paul Geremia, Randy Newman, and They Might Be Giants.
 

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Joe Mack (Solo)
Feb
8
9:00 PM21:00

Joe Mack (Solo)

In his "Solo Act" Joe covers some legendary  guitarists, great bands and great artists. 

For example songs by Carlos Santana, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Satriani, Eric Johnson, Steve Vai, Larry Carlton, Robben Ford, Al Dimeola, Jeff Golub to name a few. 
 

Bands like The Rolling Stones, The Allman  Brothers, Sam & Dave, Earth Wind & Fire, The Average White Band, Santana, Kool & The Gang, KC &  The Sunshine Band, The Temptations, The Trammps, and artists such as Stevie Wonder, Prince, B.B. King, Herbie Hancock & Van Morrison are all covered by Joe. 

With the backing tracks that Joe uses it sounds as if there was a whole band playing but with the volume of a stereo or the roar of a concert!

Come and check it out for yourself you won't be disappointed! 

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Dee Dee & Arnie
Feb
15
9:00 PM21:00

Dee Dee & Arnie

Deanna Brunetti(DeDe) is a remarkably gifted , expressive vocalist. She utiilizes these gifts in an unusually wide range of musical styles. She was nominated for best female vocalist for several years. She has performed at major festivals and has been featured on several television productions. Her singing and performing styles have an amazing way of deeply touching the heart and soul of people of all ages. DeDe just released her 1st cd SHADOWS featuring all originals cowritten by the great saxophonist, published poet and composer Doug Worth. https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/dedeandthejazzcats 
Arnie Rosen has performed on guitar ,mandolin and banjo for over 2,000 events through Berklee College. He has has composed music for the American Repertory Theater of Harvard University. He also toured extensively with world famous Tibetan musician Penpa Tsering. Arnie has been the music therapist at Mary Immaculate Lawrence for alzheimer residents for the past 20 years. He has taught guitar and ukelele classes as well as blues and world music ensembles at Newton Community Ed for the past 20 years. His jazz trio has performed every weekend Spring-Autumn for jazz on the Esplanade 
DeDe and Arnie have been performing as a duo for the past 5 years. They have several residencies,including Heritage of Sherborn, Middle East restaurant in Cambridge, Cafe Sicilia, Tewksbury and Brookhaven of Lexington. 
Their repertoire ranges from American songbook, jazz, folk, pop, country, Italian and originals.

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Kat Iris Birthday Show
Feb
21
9:00 PM21:00

Kat Iris Birthday Show

A singer-songwriter, Kat Iris grew up performing music whenever she could. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Rockland County, she grew her musical talents during high school, singing in the choir, performing in the school musical and playing in the jazz band, eventually moving on to writing her own music and performing out in her new home in Boston.

Unlike many of her childhood neighbors, Kat knew that she did not intend to spend her whole life in a small town, and the travel bug has propelled her all across the United States, where she has performed, explored and made new connections. 

“Kat’s writing is deeply reflective and equally enigmatic.”- Daily Free Press

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The Solars (Solo Acoustic)
Mar
1
9:00 PM21:00

The Solars (Solo Acoustic)

The Solars are an indie rock sextet from Boston fronted by Miles Hewitt. A band of profound depth and balance, their work is as informed by folk music traditions as cutting-edge studio trickery and a beyond-their-years pop sensibility.

DigBoston included The Solars' debut EP Retitled Remastered on their Best Massachusetts EPs of 2017. The six-piece has performed for packed rooms from Montreal to New York, and in their hometown of Boston have headlined O'Brien's, The Middle East Upstairs, Sonia, and basement concerts galore.

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Sal Liberto
Mar
7
9:00 PM21:00

Sal Liberto

Sal has been writing, recording, and performing his own music for more than 20 years. He loves performing live, especially in intimate settings because knowing that you have shared something significant is a feeling like no other.

Recently, he has performed at places like the Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts in Richardson, TX; the Dixie Center for the Arts in Ruston, LA; the Jefferson Parish Library in Metairie, LA; the Old US Mint in New Orleans; the Mary C. O'Keefe in Ocean Springs, MS. 

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Corin Ashley
Mar
8
9:00 PM21:00

Corin Ashley

In 2015, after a spell as the touring bass player for seminal chamber-pop band CardinalCorin Ashley set about recording the follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2013 album New Lion Terraces. Things were going along just swimmingly at Q Division studios in Boston, with an inspiring collaboration with Tanya Donelly (Throwing MusesBreedersBelly) called "Wind Up Boy," and quick progress on a half dozen additional tunes. Corin took occasional breaks from work on the album, flying to Cardiff, Wales to play bass and sing on Martin Carr's (ex- Boo Radleys) album The Breaks, playing guitar with Mary Wilson of The Supremes, and performing a few shows opening for a diverse set of artists (Fitz & The TantrumsFrank TurnerRobyn Hitchcock and, on one storied summer evening, Foreigner and Styx). He ended 2015 by opening a sold-out hometown show for one of his lifelong musical heroes, Dave Daviesof The Kinks, who had bounced back to recording and touring after a 2004 stroke.

In January of 2016, Corin himself suffered a stroke of the right parietal lobe that left him in the hospital for an extended stay, unable to move the fingers on his left hand and with a paralyzed vocal cord. A professional, working musician, Corin suddenly found himself contemplating a very dark future. As luck would have it, the neurologist on call at Beth Israel Hospital the night Corin was admitted was Dr. Gottfried Schlaug, a conservatory-trained organist who had made a 20 year study of the ways in which musicians recover from brain injuries. With Dr. Schalug's guidance, Corin embarked on what would amount to more than nine months of physical therapy, speech therapy, and vocal therapy, as he eventually re-learned to play guitar and sing, finally taking the stage again at the end of 2016. His new album Broken Biscuits stands as a flag, firmly planted to guide future explorers who someday may find themselves navigating this difficult terrain.

While Corin recovered, the collaborators that had worked on New Lion Terraces pulled together to make progress on Broken Biscuits. Graphic design team Aaron Belyea and Liz Linder designed a beautiful album cover early on as motivation to complete the album. Grammy award-winning mix engineer Ducky Carlisle assembled templates of the new songs Corin was writing about his experience, just waiting for the time when Corin would be physically able to sing again. As his health improved, Corin flew to Memphis to record with Big Star drummer Jody Stephens at Ardent Studios and the album finally wrapped up with award-winning mastering engineer Gavin Lurssen sprinkling his magical sonic fairy dust all over the mixes.

Corin Ashley is a lifelong musician who formerly led Boston mod-pop heroes The Pills in the 2000s, as they toured extensively around the U.S., Canada, and Europe. Over a 10-year span, The Pills released three full-length albums, toured and performed with The B-52s, The Libertines, Supergrass, Sloan, Edwin McCain, The Wrens, Juliana Hatfield, The Smithereens, Nada Surf, Jimmy Cliff, and pretty much every one-hit early 2000s alternative radio band with a number in their name.

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Ric Allendorf
Mar
21
9:00 PM21:00

Ric Allendorf

New England-based acoustic musician following in the tradition of Americana, Celtic and Canadian fingerstyle singer-songwriters.

2017 Winner of the Spire Center of Performing Arts 'Open Mic Challenge'
2017 Finalist Rose Garden Coffeehouse Performing Songwriter Competition
2017 Finalist Rhode Island Songwriters' Association Performing Songwriter Competition


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Arian Greane
Mar
22
9:00 PM21:00

Arian Greane

Lonesome highway, where does it go?  Why it calls me, I’ll never know?”  Greane’s lyric from “On Your Own” sets the scene upon the unexpected journey of life we walk.  “We are a sum of all our parts, the past, present and future.  It is no surprise that every moment in life has a rhyme to its reason if we continue to believe.”

A native born New-England indie folk singer-songwriter, Arian Greane’s music expresses inspiration from the heart, “a place without words,” Greane states.  Lending a caring and gentle hand Greane uses experiences as opportunities to touch and reach others through music. Leaving his hometown to follow a “voice within his heart,” he left a town that never really fit.  “The mask I wore,” states Greane, “became a burden.”  “Enduring unwelcome stares and occasional harsh words,  I held true to my heart searching to find compassion, exploring the boundaries of hope, identity, acceptance, compassion and honesty envisioning a world where people can show their true colors stepping outside of social confines without dividing lines between gender, race and socio economic boundaries and live in hope sharing our commonalities as people.”  His journey has led him throughout towns and cities in the United States, through fatherhood and coming to terms being abandoned by his own father, welfare lines, depression, hope and what it means to believe.

Graduating with honor from Berklee College of Music in 2008 with a degree in songwriting Greane’s  first EP, “Nouveau” was released in 2017 while this fall 2018 Greane’s debut album”Amour,”  will be released.  Recorded by Mell Dettmer of Soli Studios the album features Seattle bassist Austin Quist and drummer Steve Kamke (The Bad Things) accompanied by mandolinist Ken Carlson and cellist Lori Goldston.  A rootsy, organic, heart-felt album “Amour,” aims to engender the lives we live each and everyday.

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Phil Holub
Mar
28
9:00 PM21:00

Phil Holub

Phil Holub is a singer, songwriter and jazz guitarist originally from Berkeley, California. His music is upbeat, quirky and catchy; fun yet introspective. Skillful guitar playing and jazzy influences keep the music exciting and modern. With songs like “Day Off” and “Trust Fund”, the shows are a toe-tapping good time!

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Stenographer
Mar
30
9:00 PM21:00

Stenographer

Stenographer is a budding collaboration between two long-time friends and musical partners, Rocco DeRosa and Elizabeth Vaughan. Formerly of Boston-based indie rock group The Naked Stills, Rocco met Elizabeth (formerly of precisely zero bands) at an open mic in 2012 and they soon began performing together in Do I Do, a wedding band still gigging in high gear to this day. After years of belting out covers at raucous receptions, Rocco finally convinced a very timid Elizabeth to record an EP of her originals (optimistically titled Start With These Words). As the recording process unfolded, so too did a mutual enthusiasm for co-creating. Many shows and studio hours later, Rocco and Elizabeth are excited to present their eponymous debut EP, Stenographer, slated for release in late June 2018. Born of a shared love of RnB, Jazz, classic rock, and folk, and infused with probably way too many feelings, these songs are their own form of musical stenography, melodic shorthand for love and loss. Hopefully they’re just the first of many to come.

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Genna & Jesse
Apr
4
9:00 PM21:00

Genna & Jesse

Genna & Jesse are defined by a unique alchemy born of the quirky chemistry, intricate vocal harmonies and ardent storytelling which infuse their songwriting and vibrant performances. With whispers (and sometimes roars) of folk, blue-eyed soul, jazz, blues, torch song, and popular music from the ‘60s and ‘70s, their self-chosen genre “Retro Soul Pop” doesn’t quite encompass what they conjure up in their joyful live shows and sensual, deliberate albums. These two shrug off music industry conventions in favor of doing what feels good, and this genre-defying dedication to being current and free has an exciting and irresistible effect. Drawing inspiration from their romantic nomadic lifestyle, Genna & Jesse might best be described as modern troubadours, generously offering listeners glimpses of their always-moving world with something fresh, true and genuinely independent.

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Jake Perrone
Apr
5
9:00 PM21:00

Jake Perrone

Through cavernous folk experiments and layered rock structures, Jake Perrone remains mutable as he searches for meaning. His songs are unhurried and meditative, frequently evoking nature — whether he’s finding refuge in the trees or burying his heart beneath them. "Understanding ourselves is a never-ending process because we’re always changing,” said Perrone. “I write songs to document those changes."

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Troll II
Apr
6
9:00 PM21:00

Troll II

Hello, we are Troll 2.  We are a group of songwriters from Boston Massachusetts.  We play Folk music very loudly, and then someone falls down.  

Our story begins some time around 2011 or 2012 in a basement in Jamaica Plain, MA, but we’re not sure exactly when or how.  From somewhere in the gaps between an ill-fated acoustic doom metal band, several unfinished concept albums, and an untold number of pseudonyms scrawled onto open mic sign up sheets (each one filthier than the one before), we suddenly found ourselves in a band together, stuck with the most recent name we had decided to call ourselves by.  I assure you, we never meant for any of this to happen.  Still, we somehow managed to find our way, and today we play our Bluegrass Soul Punk in basements and bars across Boston and beyond, enlightening people about important social and political issues like climate justice, addiction, carpet bombings, our breakups and alien abduction, while also inspiring mirth and dance.  Soon, we hope to see you out there with there with those people, laughing, learning, living, loving, lusting, loathing, looting, loitering...

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Mark Hall
Apr
11
9:00 PM21:00

Mark Hall

Mark Hall is a professional musician and multi instrumentalist.  Starting at the age of 12 and playing professionally since the age of 21, Mark has played all over the country from California to Vermont to Florida consistently for the last 10+ years.

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Windowsill & Ashtray
Apr
20
9:00 PM21:00

Windowsill & Ashtray

Windowsill and Ashtray were previously the most obnoxious folk duo in Hong Kong and are now one of the five or ten most obnoxious folk duos in Cambridge. They combine vaudeville, acoustic music, and influences ranging from avant-garde jazz to American pop music to create something they call “free folk.” Some of their songs are in English, some are in Mandarin, and some are in made-up languages that not even they can understand. They write songs about a wide range of topics including astronauts, vampires, scientists and monsters. Windowsill & Ashtray were active in the Hong Kong music scene and have toured in many cities throughout Asia including Beijing, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Xiamen and Ho Chi Minh City. In Hong Kong and Shenzhen they ran a monthly “Folked Up Variety Show” and have been interviewed by RTHK on a few occasions to promote their music. They recently moved to Cambridge, Massachusetts and are hoping that their particular brand of weirdness can end the trade war between the United States and China. Their debut album “Windowsill & Ashtray” was released on August 31st in 2018.


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Paul Cataldo
Aug
21
9:00 PM21:00

Paul Cataldo

Paul Cataldo is an independent Americana singer/songwriter born and raised in South Eastern Massachusetts. He developed his Appalachian mountain influenced brand of backwoods wilderness inspired Americana while living in Asheville, NC through his late 20’s and early 30’s. 

Paul now records albums and tours for a living everywhere from Florida - Alaska and overseas from Lithuania to Portugal with his wife and bandmate Ieva Cataldo. Paul and Ieva call their Ford Explorer and 2003 Scamp trailer home most of the year while they perform over 200 shows on average annually.

Paul’s new release “Wild & Free” (2018) is now available on iTUNES, Spotify, Pandora and Amazon. Be sure to check out Paul and Ieva’s video travel diary “Free, Wild & Restless - Diary of an American Singer/Songwriter” on youtube. 
 

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The Sunset Kings
Nov
17
9:00 PM21:00

The Sunset Kings

The Sunset Kings are an indie band fusing rock, jazz, soul, funk, and contemporary music strung together with soulful melodies. The Sunset Kings live together and create a raw sound drawing from Boston's eclectic arts scene.  For their performance at Gulu Gulu Cafe, the group will feature a stripped down set of original music off their debut record "The Ballad of Bella Fury", and covers spanning from the 50s to now.

WATCH THE FIRST SINGLE OFF THEIR DEBUT LP HERE: tinyurl.com/tskocean2

WEBSITE: www.thesunsetkings.com

FACEBOOK: facebook.com/thesunsetkings

INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/thesunsetkings

TWITTER: twitter.com/thesunsetkings

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Farm to table beer dinner
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

Farm to table beer dinner

We have partnered up with our sister restaurant to bring you our most amazing dinner yet!

This evening's menu:
Cheese board featuring locally produced cheeses
Farm Pick Up Salad
Short Rib Pot Pie made with Eva's Farm's beef
*(vegetarian option will be available)
Pecan Pie with Melt's bourbon ice cream!

Fresh. Locally sourced. Delicious.

Each course will be paired with a specifically selected Belgian or Belgian style beer.

Limited tickets are available.

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JP Jazz Collective
Nov
3
9:00 PM21:00

JP Jazz Collective

The JP Jazz Collective is:
Allan Walkey—alto sax, jazz education
Bob McCloskey—tenor sax, alto sax
Jay Geyer—guitar
Karl Haakonsen—upright and electric bass
Tom Goodkind—drums
Tom Walkey—tenor sax, flute, arrangements, guest star

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Sarah Blacker
Oct
27
9:00 PM21:00

Sarah Blacker


With roots in the folk, rock, jam-band and funk scenes, Sarah Blacker and NE Groove Association fuse their vibrant musical worlds together to create an original, soulful sound. 

The project, which often features special guests, is comprised of Sarah Blacker & Aaron Z. Katz, both award-winning songwriters and performers whose influences include Peter Gabriel, Joni Mitchell, Steely Dan, Paul Simon, Erykah Badu and Jamiroquai to name a few. 

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Doctor Gasp and the Eeks
Oct
25
9:00 PM21:00

Doctor Gasp and the Eeks

n October of 2001 Dan Blakeslee wrote a song "Witchtrot Road" about a street of local legend in South Berwick, Maine. He presented this ghoulish tale a few days before Halloween and was asked about releasing it on vinyl. With a few more spooky morsels the collection was released in 2003. After 10 years a new album "Vampire Fish For Two!" has surfaced with his band Doctor Gasp & the Eeks! Rawr!  

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DOG DAZE
Oct
22
4:00 PM16:00

DOG DAZE

Come one, come all to our weekly event! Bring your furry friends along and sit on our patio! We have dollar dogs every Monday between the hours of 4-7. We also feature a Dawg of the Week that's loaded with new deliciousness every week! Come grab a dawg and a nice cold craft beer and take advantage of these beautiful summer days!

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Matt Minigell
Oct
18
9:00 PM21:00

Matt Minigell

Matt Minigell is a Boston, Massachusetts-based songwriter, musician, and busker. His highly lyrical, emotive brand of folk music and whispery, fingerpicked playing style have been compared to artists such as Elliott Smith, Bright Eyes, Ryan Adams, and Nick Drake. When he's not on the road or in the studio, Matt can usually be found beneath the streets of Boston performing at one of the city's many subway stations. 

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