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Narrows Center - Winner Best Folk Venue 2013

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The Narrows Center’s 200th show! Come celebrate Mardi Gras with two New Orleans legends: Marcia Ball & Sonny Landreth. With the original slide guitar master and the queen of boogie woogie piano, this show is a can’t miss!
Thursday, February 27th

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Pat Travers Band 6/27/20

Pat Travers was born in Toronto, Canada on April 12, 1954. Soon after picking up the guitar at age 12 Pat saw the legend Jimi Hendrix perform in Ottawa. This obvious inspirational concert must have sparked the young Pat to go after the dream of becoming a star like so many of his early influences. Inspired by such guitarists as Hendrix, Jeff Beck, Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page, Pat began playing in bands early in his teens. His first bands were “Red Hot” and “Merge” who played in Quebec area clubs. While the early years were hard, they would eventually pay off in the form of improved musicianship, style, and exposure. Continue reading

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EARTH DIALOGUES: CAROL LANGSTAFF & ANA FLORES

JAN 11 - FEB 28

Reception: JANUARY 11, 2020 at 2 - 4

Earth Dialogues: Carol Langstaff & Ana Flores The two artists in this exhibit have had studios in rural settings for some time; Carol Langstaff has been a long time resident in the

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THE SCULPTURES OF BARNEY ZEITZ

APR 25 - JUN 12

Barney Zeitz, a native of Fall River, has lived solely off the sale of his artworks in glass, metals and drawing since 1972. Most of this work has been built on commission for public spaces

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