Pousette Dart Band, an audience favorite at the Narrows, returns March 11th! The band carved a place in the landscape of American music in the 70’s. They were a mainstay of album radio, a favorite on the college circuit, and one of the busiest touring groups in the US working with such acts as The Byrds, Bonnie Raitt, Little Feat, The Eagles, James Taylor, The J. Geils Band, and many more! Continue reading
Acclaimed singer, songwriter and bandleader, Fred Eaglesmith is a genuine iconoclast and true original. This alternative country singer-songwriter is known for his short story songwriting about rural life, down-and-out characters, lost love and quirky rural folk. Continue reading
Prepare to be entertained by the super talented musicians from School of Rock: Seekonk! First we delve into two of Athens, Georgia’s greatest exports – the B-52’s and R.E.M. You’ll hear all the hits they ruled the charts with in the 80s and early 90s’; Love Shack, Rock Lobster, Roam, Losing My Religion, It’s The End Of The World As We Know It, Everybody Hurts, Shiny Happy People and more! Continue reading
Augie Meyers’ style and his Vox Continental has become one of music’s most distinctive keyboard sounds around. Augie can be heard with the Sir Douglas Quintet, Texas Tornados, Meyers’ solo efforts as well as on landmark albums by Bob Dylan (”Time Out of Mind” and “Love and Theft”) and John Hammond (“Wicked Grin”). Echoes of the Meyers’ style and sound can be heard in the music of the Doors, the Kinks, the Animals as well as the Beatles just to name a few. Continue reading
Take cover: there’s a storm coming. With its lyrical thunderbolts, lightning-flash fretwork and ground-shaking grooves, Black Wind Howlin’ is a record to blow your roof off – and Samantha Fish has stood at the eye of the hurricane. “It has a rebellious streak,” says the bandleader of her game-changing new album, “and a prevalent theme is, ‘I’m not gonna take your sh*t anymore.’” Continue reading
Over 40 years since they began playing together at weekly jam sessions in Ben Eldridge’s Bethesda, Maryland basement, The Seldom Scene have become one of the single greatest contributors to the progression of bluegrass while setting a new standard and attracting new audiences to the genre. Their legendary weekly DC-area residencies included bluegrass versions of country music, rock, and even classical pop. The band’s popularity soon forced them to play more than once a week—but they continued to maintain their image as being seldom seen, and on several of their early album covers were photographed with the stage lights on only their feet, or with their backs to the camera. The Seldom Scene have performed at the White House many times, and continue to tour year-round. Continue reading
James McMurtry spins stories with a poet’s pen (‘Long Island Sound’) and a painter’s precision (‘She Loves Me’). Continue reading
Multi-instrumentalist-vocalist Larry Campbell and singer-guitarist Teresa Williams have rocked many a venue, as both center stage performers and invaluable assets to world class acts. They take the Narrows stage to share old tunes and songs from their self-titled debut album.
Due to the winter storm warning, the Narrows box office and gallery will be closed today, February 9th. We apologize for the inconvenience. Stay warm and safe, everybody!
Paula Cole has played before audiences all over the world, opening for artists like Peter Gabriel, Melissa Etheridge and Sarah McLachlan, and as part of the Lilith Fair lineup before she began headlining her own tours in the ’90s. Continue reading