Mark Dionne Woodstock Wakening
May
23
9:00 PM21:00

Mark Dionne Woodstock Wakening

Songs from the Woodstock Era to what is being played on today's radio stations, like the River, and other Boston area stations.

"Woodstock 50 to 1" or "Woodstock Awakening" which starts with the original line-up at Woodstock in August of 1969, with artists such as Richie Havens, John Sebastian, Tim Harden, The Dead, CSN, etc., and includes the anticipated lineup for this August's 50th anniversary of Woodstock, with artist like Lorde, The Lumineers, Ray Lamontagne, John Mayer,and more,

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 Billy Kelly & Jessie Yamas
May
24
9:00 PM21:00

Billy Kelly & Jessie Yamas

Grammy-nominated musician Billy Kelly has been writing, singing and performing music since the late 20th century — getting his start in NYC's East-Village Antifolk scene in 1996, AD.

Under the cowboy-hatted guise of his swaggering, alt-country alter ego, Earl Pickens, Billy fronted a series of bands in New York and Pennsylvania in the early 2000's's's. Earl Pickens & Family's 2010 song-for-song cover of the U2 album The Joshua Tree earned international praise and airplay.

Over the course of his 20-year music career Billy Kelly has opened for President Barack Obama, duetted with Davy Jones of The Monkees, and been nominated for a Grammy Award — in that order.

Billy Kelly with A Band is Billy's latest project; featuring the unflappable Rick Buck on bass, and the inimitable Jake Kline on drums. Their live shows are energetic, unscripted affairs and their new 10-song album, ON, dropped in 2018 AD.

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Havins
May
25
9:00 PM21:00

Havins

Havins is an Alternative Americana band currently based in Boston, MA with a passion for performing honest and emotion-driven songs. The band had its inception in Austin, TX where lead singer and guitarist Dillon Havins met drummer Wilson Reardon and played many shows together on the Austin music circuit. After moving to Boston to attend Berklee College of Music, they met guitarist Philip Etherington, pianist Jay Yin, bassist Claire Davis, and saxophonist Ryan Siegel. During their first semester at school, the group began to jam together and develop their sound. Working on some of Dillon’s recently penned songs, they created a unique blend of Rock, Americana, and Alternative. Their songs range from Guitar-driven Rock tunes, to mellow Alternative Folk recalling the likes of Bon Iver and Ben Howard. Some of the band member’s individual achievements include: appearing on America’s Got Talent, writing music for television, playing with with the Glenn Miller Orchestra, and performing at Lollapalooza, as well as notable Austin, New York City, and Atlanta Music Venues.

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You should know this by now (Trivia)
May
29
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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Phoebe Legere
Jun
6
9:00 PM21:00

Phoebe Legere

International Jazz Sensation Phoebe Légere plays French Chansons, Folk, Jazs and her own Transgenre Originals 
Phoebe Légere is a Juilliard trained composer who was a protégé of John Lewis of the Modern Jazz Quartet.She has been a featured soloist at Avery Fisher Hall, Carnegie Hall and concert halls all over the world. Miss Legere is known for her exquisite taste, diction and flawless interpretations of jazz classics. Phoebe was signed to Sony Records at age seventeen. She graduated from Vassar College. Legere opened for David Bowie on his national tour, and wrote, scored and starred in the movie "Marquis De " on Canal+. In 2000, she sang her epic poem "The Waterclown," with the Cleveland Chamber Symphony and was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize in music,. In 2009, her poem “Ultra-Romantic Parallel Universe” was published by Mercury Records with music by Legere, Brian Eno and Leo Abrahams. 

Phoebe’s 2015 release Acadian Moon featuring her cousin Ray Legere on violin, was added to over forty radio stations in Canada. In 2014 Phoebe, received the prestigious Acker Award for Excellence in the Arts. In 2015 she appeared on HBO’s documentary IT’S ME HILARY singing her original song Hip Hop Frog, a song about the environment. Legere’s paintings and drawings are in museums and major collections. 

In her shows Phoebe Legere sings and speaks in a mix of French and English while music for her audience.


The New York Times raved: “Legere plays the piano with enormous authority in a style that encompasses Chopin, blues, ragtime, bebop and beyond, and she brings to her vocal delivery a four octave range, and an extraordinary palette of tonal color and meticulous phrasing.”

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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Jun
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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Cameron And Mary
Jun
13
9:00 PM21:00

Cameron And Mary

Like Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger before him, Cameron Sutphin has been traveling around the United States performing classic country and folk music wherever he stops, as a solo acoustic artist.


With his newly released album, Reason To Believe, Cameron takes his songwriting to a whole new level,as each one of the ten songs on the album all have a tangible personal touch.


Since releasing his debut CD My Guitar And Me in 2011 it has gone on to sell well over 1,000 units and have radio play in Connecticut and Massachusetts.


Cameron has had the opportunity to open for national folk touring acts Mark Mandeville & Raianne Richards and Drew Kelly. Cameron also had the privilege of opening for Emily Ann Roberts, the Season 9 runner-up on The Voice.


Transcending the genre of folk Americana, Cameron's music echoes inspiration from singer/songwriters like Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen and Neil Young – combining simple melodies and a lyrical intensity, while establishing a unique sound of his own.

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JP Jazz Collective
Jun
15
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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Cathy Mason
Jun
20
9:00 PM21:00

Cathy Mason

Cathy Mason specializes in American traditional fiddle music, primarily Old Time string band and vocal styles, as well as the Cajun and Creole music of Southwest Louisiana.  Cathy’s solo and ensemble playing conveys the soulful, haunting beauty and the quirky, rhythmic drive of these styles.   She also plays guitar and tenor guitar.

After migrating from the south, Cathy has been playing fiddle music for many years in the Northeast, first traveling around New Hampshire with her dance caller uncle, Dudley Laufman, playing for the burgeoning contra dance movement of the 1970’s and 1980’s.  She honed her fiddle skills just after college and the ensuing years with Roaring Jelly and was a founding member of Unstrung Heroes, a popular dance band in New England during the 1980’s and 1990’s.

Cathy eventually returned to her first love -  Southern fiddle styles, including Appalachian Old Time and the Cajun and Creole music of Southwest Louisiana.  She has studied Cajun and Appalachian fiddle with a number of traditional and revival master musicians from both areas.

Cathy performs at dances, parties and concerts all over the east coast and south with her bands, The Dead Sea Squirrels and The High Strung Strummers as well as with other musicians.  She has been a winner of several awards at the Lowell Fiddle and Banjo contest, been on the staff at dance and music camps and was a founding member of both The Rhythm Method String Band, Grand Bois, a popular local Cajun band during the 1990’s and early 2000’s and The Hi-Tone Ramblers.

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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Jun
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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Hana Kahn
Jun
27
8:00 PM20:00

Hana Kahn

Buzzfeed calls her a “blue and green dream scene,” but her mermaid hair isn’t all that draws the eye to Hana Kahn. Nominated for the 2018 Boston Music Awards and New England Music Awards Pop Artist of the Year, Hana’s voice and powerful stories showcase “emotional nakedness and elegant musicianship,” (The Deli Magazine), while her heartfelt ballads and upbeat, catchy pop numbers “guide a winding route to self-discovery” (Vanyaland). Hana derives inspiration from her life experiences, which have taught her that it is possible to start from anywhere and become anything you’ve dreamed of: All you need is self-love.

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Caroline Guske
Jun
28
9:00 PM21:00

Caroline Guske

Hello! My name is Caroline Guske, and I'm a singer-songwriter raised in central Virginia. My style is constantly being affected by different music I hear. I can't exactly categorize my own music into one genre because I always want my music to be evolving, and I'm open to many different styles: pop, R&B, jazz, blues, folk, alternative rock, etc.

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Tory Silver
Jun
29
9:00 PM21:00

Tory Silver

Tory Silver is a singer/songwriter from Cleveland, Ohio, currently based in Boston, Massachusetts. Inspired largely by bossa nova, folk, and rock music, Tory uses these influences to create a fresh sound with a distinct punch.


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 You should know this by now (Trivia)
Jul
10
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Jul
24
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Aug
7
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Aug
21
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Sep
4
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Sep
18
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Oct
2
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Oct
16
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Oct
30
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Nov
13
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Nov
27
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Dec
11
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Jan
8
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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You should know this by now (Trivia)
May
15
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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Jake Swamp and the Pine
May
9
9:00 PM21:00

Jake Swamp and the Pine

Two dudes. One beard. 14 strings. Jake Swamp and The Pine is a americana/folk duo featuring Drew on rhythm guitar and vocals, and Stu on mandolin (for the mando-win). Influenced by a myriad of musicians ranging from The Grateful Dead to Stan Rogers to Johnny Flynn, the duo has an extensive collection of originals, but also a collection of original interpretations of songs you can sing (or yell) along to. The two met on Craigslist in April 2018 and the rest was history.

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Three at Home
May
4
9:00 PM21:00

Three at Home

Pop Folk with a Kick! New EP "Perfectly Unclear" available everywhere June 5th, 2018.

Dann and Mary have been writing and playing music for over ten years each and last year decided to combine their forces. Their harmony-driven pop-rock-folk incorporates intelligent and honest lyrics, chord progressions both familiar and new, and a pervasive energy and fun that is infectious in their live performances.

“whether [Dann's] playing a rockin song or a quiet one, there is this childlike energy and fun in everything he does on stage”
- Tom Bianchi, host, Lizard Lounge Open Mic Challenge

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Among the Acres
May
3
9:00 PM21:00

Among the Acres

Among the Acres is an indie-rock quartet that fuses an eclectic range of influences into a sound defined by cascading vocal harmonies, intricate guitar arrangements, multi-instrumental experimentation, and an insatiable desire for “groove”. They deliver powerful live performances, marked by a dynamic spectrum of style, emotion, and feel. Among the Acres was voted “Best New Band” in Connecticut, 2018 by ctNOW and can be found performing regularly in their home state as well as across the Northeast.The “Acorns” are set to release their debut LP “Looking In” March of 2019, and are gearing up for their Northeast Tour.


Their live performance career has taken them from hometown fixtures like Infinity Hall and Arch Street Tavern, to the intimate listening rooms of Radio Bean and Foam Brewery in Burlington, VT. They have also had the privilege of playing Main Stage at a number of regional festivals, such as the Glastonbury Harvest Festival, the Hartford Rib- Off Festival, and most recently the first annual Hartbeat Music Festival.


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You should know this by now (Trivia)
May
1
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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Dwayne Haggins Band
Apr
27
9:00 PM21:00

Dwayne Haggins Band

Since early 2017, Dwayne has been on a quest to make a living playing music, leaving his mark on dozens of bars, restaurants and clubs scattered across eastern and central Massachusetts. His distinctive sound, which delivers a brand new take on the traditional country-blues and soul that he loves, has generated a rare sense of excitement and possibility throughout the area's musical community. 

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You should know this by now (Trivia)
Apr
17
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 Thom “If we’re going to do this, we’re going to do this right”. Boland. 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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