Scotch Bonnet plays a fiery blend of reggae, dub, and soul fiercer than any band this side of Kingston, Jamaica. Together and individually, Scotch Bonnet has backed and shared the stage with reggae legends including: Toots Hibbert, Third World, Burning Spear, Ken Boothe, Barrington Levy, Derrick Morgan, Kiddus I, Bob Andy, The Congos, and more.
As part of Boston Fashion Week's Fashion Trail, The Beehive and Boston Fashion Week invite guests to take a break from watching clothes on the runway, and instead watch them being taken off at this sultry burlesque performance. One of New York City's busiest burlesque performers Calamity Chang, also known as "The Asian Sexsation," will be joined by the tango and flamenco inspired Medianoche and quintessential pin-up queen Bettina May for "Undressed" a mid-week fashion break which will prove that even during fashion week, you don't have to be dressed to impress.
Dr. Jared Sims, (Dr. of music that is), fleshes out the sound of many different projects from big bands to funk units. Jared premieres his new Latin project tonight lending his huge sax tone to simmering grooves.
Sting! XIII: Indoor, Outdoor... An Evening of Art, Music and Performance
The Beehive's co-owner and resident curator Jennifer Epstein will host the 13th installment in The Beehive's continuing art series entitled, Sting! 13: Indoor, Outdoor. In sync with the change of season, when those of us in New England hold tightly to the last days of summer yet look forward with anticipation to the new colors and temperatures ushered in with the fall.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. See how the Healing Garden helps our neighbors who are experiencing cancer. Join us in a Homecoming Celebration. Bring the whole family for a special afternoon of refreshments, music, movement, and art, and learn more about the Healing Garden and the Just ‘Cause Walk. We will be honoring our clients, present and alumni, and celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Just ‘Cause Walk, benefactor of the Healing Garden and Mass General’s Gillette Center for Women's Cancers. Rain or Shine.