Tonight Jim Lauderdale

Tonight at the Narrows, singer songwriter extraordinaire Jim Lauderdale. he has killer new record with Buddy Miller. Here is a great clip of a Robert hunter/ Jim Lauderdale composition.

 

Blockapalooza Tonight

Blockapalooza update 186 South Main St free parking in downtown parking lots. Downtown restaurants will have outdoor seating for adult beverages. Bring a lawn chair and a smile. The music will do the rest
Ryan 6:00
Roomful 8:00

Narrows Arts Festival line up announced

This year’s Narrows Festival of the Arts will take place on Sunday September 8 from 11-7 pm. As always this is a Free Event. Special thanks to our main sponsors Mechanics Cooperative Bank and the Fall River Cultural Council. This year’s line up is Chuck Prophet and the Mission Express, Seth Walker Band, Debo Band, Dino Govoni Quartet, Danielle Miraglia, Kevin Connolly, Amy Black Band and The Classified.

Here’s a taste of Chuck http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGfDcLf3WSo

 

Coco Montoya May 9 at Narrows

Here is some stinging blues from Coco Montoya. Tickets will be available at the door. Here is a little taste

.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hRcsQaaGqzc

 

A case for Case

Peter Case plays the Narrows on Thursday May 2. Peter is one of the most under rated and under appreciated singer songwriters on the planet. He is great storyteller, guitar player and performer. I will post some videos this week of Peter hoping to get some of you to come to his show and witness the magic that is Peter Case. Here’s a great video of Ain’t Gonna Worry No more recorded in December 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nLBFx3fdLo

Richie Havens: Patron saint of the Narrows

In 2003, Richie Havens was the first act to sell out at the Narrows. It was Narrows’ founder Bert Harlow’s idea to bring the man of peace and love to our venue. It was a big risk for us back then but it paid off in spades.  He put us on the map as a legitimate venue. He played the Narrows 5 more times and we hosted two different art shows of Richie’s work. Richie’s concerts were magical, he poured every ounce of life into his shows. He even bought the fountain that stood in our gallery for over two years. Richie cared about everyone he met. He tried to make the world a better place and he succeeded big time. We love you Richie, you will be missed but your music and soul will live forever. Here is a great video of Richie doing Dylan’s License to Kill http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JltNLkh03ME