Tomorrow Forever, Matthew Sweet’s fifth album of new material in this century, is teeming with his signature sounds and ongoing preoccupations. Tomorrow Forever contemplates a knotty epistemological question: Does what is real extend beyond what the consciousness can readily grasp? Continue reading
Dom Flemons is a GRAMMY Award winning musician, singer-songwriter, and slam poet. Carrying on the songster tradition, Flemons strives to mix traditional music forms with a contemporary approach, to create new sounds that will appeal to wider audiences. Continue reading
Legendary Rhody band, The Schemers make their return to the Narrows stage. Continue reading
This is a great double-bill with two incredibly talented singer songwriters. You may recognize them as being opening acts for other renowned musicians at the Narrows. Check them out below! Continue reading
Dale Watson is a tattooed, stubbornly independent outsider only interested in recording authentic country music. Continue reading
The Bumper Jacksons are hot and sweet, painting America’s story from the streets of New Orleans to Appalachian hollers. Unafraid to scrap together new sounds from forgotten 78’s, the Bumper Jacksons pay homage to the traditions while fashioning their own unique, DIY style. Continue reading
Ronnie Earl is known to sell out here at the Narrows, so don’t miss your chance to see this incredible instrumental blues guitar show on Saturday, August 19th! Continue reading
Don’t miss this killer double-bill on Wednesday, August 16th! A show you won’t forget.
Our newest gallery exhibition, “Rock ‘n’ Roll Through Our Lenses” brings together the photography of May Pang and Deborah Feingold. May Pang is best known for her 18 month relationship with John Lennon. Her work includes very intimate and truthful portraits of Lennon during their time together, with rare images of John’s first son Julian.
Deborah Feingold works capturing her musician subjects creatively in their element — performing. She’s been featured in Rolling Stone, Time, Newsweek and the New York Times, creating over 100 memorable author portraits for book covers, and ad campaigns. Continue reading