notloB Folk Concerts present Katie McNally & Eric McDonald
notloB Folk Concerts is pleased to welcome back two alumni, Eric McDonald (who on 11/2/07 opened for and so impressed the Rowan Brothers they invited him to sit in for most of their set) & Katie McNally, who initiated notloB's series at the Jackson Homestead (5/16/09).
Shirley Lewis, Boston's First Lady of the Blues, has been thrilling audiences for decades. The joy and enthusiasm she feels while performing are obvious, and the fun she has while onstage quickly spreads throughout the audience making each and every show a very special event. Don't miss this one!!
Has psychiatry lost its way? DR. DANIEL CARLAT, on the faculty of the Tufts Medical School, believes psychiatry has become too much about prescribing meds and less about sitting and carefully listening to the patient. Many doctors are over prescribing drugs and giving to patients who might be better off merely discussing their problems. Furthermore, the drug companies have far too much influence on which drugs doctors give to their patients. Tune in tonight for an honest assessment of the current state of psychiatry from a doctor in the field. Dr.
Producer Allen Sviridoff was Rosemary Clooney’s longtime manager and kept his Clooney connection going producing the soundtrack of “Good Night and Good Luck” for Rosemary’s nephew George. Allen’s present activities include managing Rachael MacFarlane, who voices the character Haley on American Dad, and producing her debut CD.
The guitarist stepped off nightly TV, released the album Zen Food, and toured throughout the year in 2011. They loved him at the Amphitheatre stage in Detroit. Ross Davis wrote in JazzTimes that Eubanks "featured his own fine lines and plenty of room for his band mates to shine, most especially saxophonist Bill Pierce."
The West Indies meet West Harlem when Jamaican-born pianist Monty Alexander and the Harlem-Kingston Express make a stop at the House of Swing. Alexander brings his disparate worlds and singular voice to explore the new 'Calypso bebop' - called "mento". He's joined by drummer Herlin Riley and bassist Hassan Shukar.
Join Nick Noble as he kicks off Women's History month on The Folk Revival! Nick will be spinning the likes of Odetta, Barbara Dane, Carolyn Hester, Jean Ritchie, Joan Baez, Judy Collins, Peg Espinola, Joni Mitchell, Sylvia Fricker Tyson, the Harmony Sisters, Mimi Farina, Ari Charbonneau, Suzie Brown, Laura Austin, the Dixie Chicks, Angel Band, Halali, Sometymes Why, Beth DeSombre, Lori Diamond, Janet Feld, Kim Jennings, Jane Fallon, Dar Williams, Mary Casiello, Raianne Richards, and an abundance of others!