Villagers! Join Trevor Hall for ‘A Night in the Village’, a special event where Trevor will be sharing songs, the stories behind them, as well as rare images and footage from his journeys to India, Nepal and beyond. You’ll have the opportunity to interact and ask questions at the end of the evening during a Q&A. ‘A Night in the Village’ will give listeners a unique insight into the inspiration and stories behind the songs of Trevor Hall’s life journey. Continue reading
Robert Ellis and Courtney Hartman bring you an evening of duets written by John Hartford. Continue reading
Dave Zinno Unisphere is a joyous jazz experience. Their upcoming night at the Narrows is an official CD release party for their recently released Whaling City Sound recording, River of January. The CD has done very well on the national JazzWeek radio chart, and is an immense and beautiful record, but there is no doubt that this music is made for the stage. Continue reading
The music is soulful blues, rockin’ yet thoughtful and performed by arguably two of the top musicians, Magic Dick and Shun Ng, at their respective instruments. Since 1969, Magic Dick has toured the world playing and blowing away clubs and stadiums with the J. Geils Band.
Legendary & award winning melodic drummer, Terry Bozzio is releasing worldwide, what he calls a “Life’s Work” project of Art & Music on the Japanese label Ward Records in December 2015. Continue reading
enny Clarke is an American comedian and actor, famous for his thick Boston accent and role as Uncle Teddy on the series Rescue Me. Continue reading
Johnny Hoy and the Bluefish are one the region’s premier rhythm and blues bands. They take a soulful approach to the blues with an expansive catalog the runs the gamut from Sinatra to Tom Waits to straight up blues. Finding common ground with a broad range of different American lifestyles and music styles, black soul or white trash, Hoy’s output refuses to be limited to a strict genre category. Continue reading
“EVEN I HAVE A HARD TIME DESCRIBING THIS ALBUM,” MATTHEW STUBBS ADMITS. “PEOPLE HEAR IT AND ASK, ‘WHAT KIND OF MUSIC IS THIS?’ NO IDEA! AND I’M HAPPY ABOUT THAT.” Continue reading