Live Stream: Forever Young – A Tribute To The Music Of Neil Young 10/02/20

Now in their fourteenth year, the Forever Young band is a group of performers that pay tribute to the songs of Neil Young. No one in the band tries to imitate Neil Young. There are five vocalists in the band and the songs are fronted by different members with added backing harmonies. All of the musicians performing in Forever Young are staples of the Rhode Island music scene and veterans of many national and regional tours. In addition, they are all fans and have been influenced by the music of Neil Young. Four of the members are performing singer-songwriters who have their own projects on the side. Continue reading

Live Stream: Neal McCarthy 9/25/20

Neal McCarthy

Neal is a local legend logging over 30 years in the local scene playing all over New England. He is equally adept at rock, blues and country. Neal is a true soul man who puts his personal stamp on whatever style he may be playing. He will be joined by Michael Lavoie on Bass and Geoff Fortin on Drums.

Live Stream Concert Series

Enjoy a live concert from the comfort of your own home! Every Friday night at 8pm, tune in to our YouTube channel for a live streamed concert. The shows are free to watch, but donations are appreciated and will be split 50/50 between the Narrows Center and that night’s artist(s). Interested in making a donation? Visit our PayPal or Venmo us at @Narrows-Center.

Live Stream: Dinty Child 9/18/20

Dinty Child is a longtime member of the Boston roots/folk scene.  A fearless multi-instrumentalist he can most often be seen with the band Session Americana, as well as the Chandler Travis Philharmonic, and as sensitive sideman to any number of singer/songwriters, including Rose Cousins and Kris Delmhorst. Around the Narrows he is maybe even more infamous for fronting the legendary twenty piece party band, the Funky White Honkies during their annual sold out dance fests.  Many people know that Dinty is a great songwriter, but it wasn’t until earlier this year that he finally put out the first album, Lucky Ones, under his own name.  He is bringing a full band to our stage to play those songs and more. Continue reading