Menopause The Musical® - COME JOIN OUR SISTERHOOD!
Four women at a lingerie sale with nothing in common but a black lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This hilarious musical parody set to classic tunes from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! See what millions of women worldwide have been laughing about for over 10 years! It's the Hilarious Celebration of Women and The Change!
Miss Tess & The Bon Ton Parade blur the lines of style and genre. The word "Americana" tells this band's story, as they carry their influences into the current music scene with something totally fresh and soulfully timeless. The skilled musicianship of the quartet combined with Tess's heartfelt songwriting and powerful stage presence creates a live experience that you will love.Website: Click to Visit
The genre-bending jazz orchestra, Travis Sullivan's Bjorkestra, will be at The Beehive on April 27th! Bjorkestra is a genre bending jazz orchestra. Their live show is a unique listening experience that impacts both the sonic and visual senses as they pay homage to the music of Bjork, one of the most influential pop artists of the last 20 years, with an engaging blend of improvisation, brilliant arrangements and danceable grooves.
A SPECIAL celebration of local artists, LIVE from The WICN Performance Hall, featuring P.E. James, Beth DeSombre, Jason Eslick, Peg Espinola, Chuck Greene, Janet Feld, Howie Newman, the Whiskey Boys, Mark Mandeville & Raianne Richards, Tom Lanigan, Perry Desmond-Davies, and Andy Cummings, with visits from local performance poets Alex Charlambides, Nicki Davis, and Liz Heath.
Paula Cole Featured in Student-Penned Back to the Garden: The Artistry of Joni Mitchell
with Music Directed by Terri Lyne Carrington
A play with music and dance about the life and work of the iconic artist, written and performed by Berklee students with featured guest, Grammy Award-winning alumna Paula Cole, and music directed by Grammy Award-winning alumna Terri Lyne Carrington. The production is directed by Associate Professor Rebecca Perricone.
Thirty-two-year old Rumer (Sarah Joyce) was raised in England and Pakistan, but her sound reveals a deep connection to the heyday of the early ’70s singer/songwriter era, along with shades of Broadway, ’30s jazz, and gospel. After years of unfailing effort, she is beginning to reap the rewards. Her debut album, Seasons of My Soul, reached No. 3 on the UK charts and was certified platinum. Rumer joins Michael Feinstein to talk about Judy Garland, Burt Bacharach, and old Hollywood, all of which inspire her to perform a few tunes from the Great American Songbook along with her own songs.
Eilen Jewell Band, blues/folk/country - Los Straitjackets Rock
Since her official 2006 debut, Boundary County, Ellen Jewell has surveyed a wide range of traditional musical styles, from the folk and jug band leanings of her early recordings, through an album-length homage to Loretta Lynn and the country gospel of her work with The Sacred Shakers, right up to 2009′s Sea of Tears, which bristled with the electricity of ’60s UK garage rock and Chicago blues.
Born in Israel, Oz started his professional career at the age of 13 playing jazz, blues, pop and rock music. By age 16, he was playing with top Israeli musicians and artists. By age 24, he was one of the most established studio guitar players in the country. Oz was also a member of the house band on Israel’s top-rated television show for more than two years. Since his 1996 arrival in New York, Oz has made a huge impact on the local and international music scene. His unique and intoxicating style has broken all the rules of instrumental guitar music by focusing on the groove.