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Lou Papineau, Managing Editor Providence Phoenix
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The Breakers
No other Tom Petty tribute band comes close to capturing the SOUND and emotions of Tom’s songs quite like the Breakers.
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Glen Phillips (of Toad the Wet Sprocket) & Chris Barron (of Spin Doctors) 3/12/20

About Glen Phillips:

Glen Phillips has always been a courageous and inviting songwriter. During his years as lead singer of Toad the Wet Sprocket, the band’s elegant folk/pop sound and his honest, introspective lyrics helped them forge a close bond with their fans. Since starting his solo career, Phillips has pared his music down to its emotional core, concentrating on the simple truths of love and relationships, with a profound spiritual understanding. Continue reading

Ryan Montbleau (Solo) 2/8/20

In 2005, Ryan Montbleau and his band headed into Applehead Recording in Saugerties, New York, to cut their debut album. With nothing more than ambition and a relentless work ethic to their names, they bootstrapped the whole thing, maxing out credit cards to fund it themselves and launch their careers from the ground up. Twelve years, eleven records, thousands of shows, and 60 million Spotify streams later, Montbleau returned to the studio for a special one-night-only concert that would become the latest entry in his venerable catalog: ‘Woodstock Sessions.’

“There was something special about performing there again after going into that same studio as a young buck trying to figure out how to make my first records,” reflects Montbleau. “Coming back, I was a decade more confident, a decade stronger in my craft. It felt like coming full circle.” Continue reading

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EXHIBITIONS


CARLSON+POTKAY
SHARED LANDSCAPES: INVISIBLE WORLDS

NOV 23 - JAN 03

Reception: NOVEMBER 30, 2019 at 1 - 4 PM

Alyn Carlson and Joan Potkay Shared Landscapes: Invisible Worlds is based on similar memory patterns formed in their primal first experiences. The DNA of their childhood memories

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EARTH DIALOGUES: CAROL LANGSTAFF & ANA FLORES

JAN 11 - FEB 28

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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