The Lost Acres String Band (violin, guitar, upright bass and vocals) presents an eclectic mix of acoustic music including blues, rags, traditional and contemporary fiddle tunes and folk songs, classic swing and some exotic originals. Instrumentals and songs by Ray Charles, Little Walter, Kate Wolf, Hank Williams, The Mississippi Sheiks and much more!
CALLING ALL POETS, MUSICIANS … The World’s a stage … the mic is OPEN!
This Open Mic is for YOU – the budding artist. Showcase your talents, nurture them with this supportive group. Recite a poem, sing a song, dance, read some spoken word, the microphone is yours for the asking. Community spirit prevails. We have congas and a piano or BYO instrument.
“Faster than a speeding bullet…More powerful than a locomotive….Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s Superman!” Tonight on Inquiry we talk with writer LARRY TYE. He was an award-winning journalist at the Boston Globe and a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. His latest book is a complete biography of SUPERMAN: THE HIGH-FLYING HISTORY OF AMERICA’S MOST ENDURING SUPER HERO.
Towering Poppies is a jazz quintet based in New York City that performs the music of New Zealand saxophonist/composer Jasmine Lovell-Smith (MA student in Composition at Wesleyan). Together, they create evocative and tuneful contemporary music that is carefully crafted yet spontaneous. Performing alongside soprano saxophone extraordinaire will be Russell Moore on trumpet, Cat Toren on piano, Patrick Reid on bass and Kate Pittman on drums.
Double Bill Duos: Daphne Lee Martin, Jim Carpenter and Frank Critelli
Songwriting Chanteuse Daphne Lee Martin “Dame Calico” performs as a solo artist and performs and records with The Red Hot Stove Tops, Ida Red, and her full original swing band, Raise the Rent! Wrung from the rags of New London’s speakeasies, Daphne Lee Martin & Raise the Rent stir together a wicked musical cocktail, drawing from the deep well of the American songbook.
Lavendar, chamomile and ginger root are found in many food items, health supplements, bath and body products, and household cleaners. But there is nothing new about their appeal and natural healing properties.
Mandala is a Sanskrit word meaning circle. The form of the mandala is a circular design with a center point. They can be found in the sacred art of many cultures including Hindu, Buddhist, Native American and Christian. In psychology in the West, mandala is seen as a metaphor for self.
Dropkick Murphys (with The Creepshow and The Devil Makes Three)
The Dropkick Murphys is one of Boston's true original bands - a punk rock band that plays Irish music, as leader Ken Casey once said, but also a group that captures the pride and excitement of Boston. So don't wait for St. Patrick's Day - check out the Dropkick Murphys on September 21 in Boston.
The concert is part of the band's Halfway to St. Patrick's Day tour, and includes other great bands like The Creepshow and The Devil Makes Three.