Anthony Geraci & the Boston Blues All Stars featuring Charlie O’Neal, Michael Mudcat Ward and Jeff Armstrong. Continue reading
Jimmy Ryan’s Wooden Leg: What do you get when you combine a crooning bluegrass mandolin master, a veteran bassist, a fiddler who plays through fuzz boxes and wah-wah pedals, sounding more like Jimi Hendrix than Papa John Creach, and a big band swing drummer who inexplicably feels moved to pound the skins harder than John Bonham on a bender? Do you call it country, folk, bluegrass, rock ‘n’ roll, or maybe just a freak of nature?
Ari Hest is a grammy nominated singer/songwriter who began his career as an independent artist in 2001.
Professor Louie has emerged over his five decades in the music industry as the torch bearer of the true spirit of American Roots music. Continue reading
Neal and The Vipers are a Rhode Island based band who play American Roots Music encompassing blues, rock & roll, rockabilly, and surf, that will get you up out of your chair to dance all night long! When the show is over, you will feel full of energy and looking forward to catching the next show. Continue reading
Christine Ohlman (a/k/a “The Beehive Queen” for her mile-high platinum-blonde hairdo) is the current, long-time vocalist with NBC’s Saturday Night Live Band whose sixth critically-acclaimed CD with Christine Ohlman & Rebel Montez, “The Deep End,” was honored on numerous national end-of-year Top Ten lists.
RI-based Greg Abate is known the world over as a master of the alto saxophone and a hard core bebopper, but he does much more.
GA-20 was formed by friends Pat Faherty and Matthew Stubbs in Boston, MA in 2018. The project was born out of their mutual love of heavy traditional Blues, R&B, and Rock & Roll of the late 50s and early 60s.
A strong steady thumb on an old Gibson guitar is the driving force behind Danielle Miraglia’s delta blues influenced guitar style. Add a raw, powerful, whiskey tinged voice and one might be tempted to label her a blues artist.
Sundog Organ Trio formed on Cape Cod in the Fall of 2018. The Three have a collective love for improvisation, melody, and groove. Their endeavor together blends traditional organ trio instrumentalization with contemporary songwriting and original compositions.