APR 26: KBMG featuring Dan King, Dave Brown, Dave Mattacks and Wolf Ginandes perform tonight from 8-11pm. #freeshow
Two brothers living on the indie circuit, driving around sharing their stories through songwriting. That’s life for Sam & Zack DuPont. Based out of Burlington, VT the sibling indie-folk-rock duo has kept busy on the road since 2013. Their two studio releases, Heavy as Lead (2015) & A Riddle For You (2016) & two live albums, Live at Beehive (2016) & Live at Deepwells (2017), have taken them all over the Northeast, Mid Atlantic, South and Midwest. The DuPont Brothers have made festival appearances at Grand Point North & SXSW & have supported a wide array of national acts of all shapes, sizes & genres including Kishi Bashi, Johnnyswim, The Lone Bellow, Gin Wigmore, Langhorne Slim, Joseph, Livingston Taylor, Bahamas, Ben Sollee & Patrick Watson along with grammy award winning artists, Sturgill Simpson, Jerry Douglas, Blake Mills, Suzanne Vega & Pat Benatar.
On Tuesday April 10th, Rule of 3 will be having what we call open rehearsal from 7pm-9pm. 'We invite you to come grab a bite and beverage while watching Ro3 work on new songs. It is an interactive evening as your feedback is valued!' Featuring Bassist/Vocalist Rich Marino.
APR 4: The “Street Band” from the greater Boston area features Evan Goodrow on guitar, Timo Shanko on upright bass and Benny Benson on drums. Considering the beginnings of Jazz in New Orleans, the African inspired “outdoor” call and response, and later the marching band, you’ll hear the blood and guts of the original American rhythm and blues pulse, and the call and response inherent in the music and then you will understand why this particular band belongs on the street.
Justin Piper resides north of Boston where he teaches, composes and performs. His 2016 album 'Avant Funk' is currently available on Arabesque Records www.arabesquerecords.com and has finished a subsequent album 'transcend' released in 2017.
Justin is proud to use and endorse Zemaitis Guitars, www.zemaitisguitars.com, K-Line Guitars www.k-line.com, John Pearse strings www.jpstrings.com, Xotic Effects USA www.xoticusa.com, and Remic Microphones www.remic.dk
MAR 28: KBMG featuring Dan King, Dave Brown, Dave Mattacks and Wolf Ginandes perform tonight from 8-11pm. #freeshow
Brian Cogger and Friends
Brian Cogger - trumpet, John McLaughlin - guitar, Tiger Rulon-Miller - bass, Dan Dugan - drums
A special early set from 8:30 - 10:00pm featuring classic swing tunes, blues, and original material! Paying homage to the great American songbook, the band puts on an energetic acoustic set.
MAR 17: Racky Thomas performs tonight from 9pm to Midnight! #blues
The Racky Thomas Band has been a torchbearer for the blues since its formation in 1995, when Racky Thomas collaborated with bassist Todd Carson, guitarist Nick Adams, and drummer Ted Larkin to make a demo cd, and do some gigs around the Boston area. Thomas spent '96 and early '97 abroad before returning to Boston, with the intent of putting the band back together and taking another stab at cracking the blues scene.
MAR 15: The Gravel Project performs tonight from 9pm to Midnight. #freeshow
The Gravel Project is the creation of guitarist, composer and singer Andrew Gravel and brother, Hammond B3 organist Jordan Gravel. With a sound that spans multiple genres including funky blues, rock, soul, and jazz, the band has been creating a buzz with their eclectic brand of music and gaining momentum in Boston, New Hampshire, and all along the East Coast. The Gravel Project electrifies crowds with inventive original songs, creative interpretations of well known classics, and high energy group improvisation.