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TWO PERFORMANCES EACH NIGHTDoor 7:00 pm - Music 7:30 to 9:30 pm Suggested Donation $15 Table seating. Beer, wine, tea, coffee, soft drinks, popcorn, chips & salsa & sweet treats
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The Whispering Tree
MAR 23, doors open @ 7:00pm, show starts @ 7:30pm
The Franco-American duo, singer/songwriter Eleanor Kleiner and multi-instrumentalist Elie Brangbour, craft richly immersive folk-rock brimming with evocative lyrics, nature imagery, perspectives from travel, and a panoramic musicality that encompasses traditional folk, indie rock, classic rock, and 1960s pop and rock n’ roll. The twosome has gbeen compared to Cowboy Junkies, Over the Rhine and Aimee Mann.
"The Whispering Tree tastily combine wistful folk, mellow rock and pinches of gypsy jazz and bluegrass into a compelling compilation of tightly written tunes"- Keyboard Magazine
Blackstone Valley Bluegrass
Blackstone Valley Bluegrass is Dave Dickp on banjo, Bob Dick on guitar, resophonic guitar and bass, Ken Taylor on bass and guitar, and mandolin player,Tim St Jean.
Over the years, this group has built a solid and ever-expanding repertoire to go along with an engaging stage performance; they will really entertain you ! What really sets them apart are their powerful three and four part harmonies. Come hear some fast and tasteful pickin', and most importantly, have a great time!
Three Singer/Songwriters in the Round:
APRIL 20, doors open @ 7:00pm, show starts @ 7:30pm
“With naturally gifted vocal command, Manville explores the intricacies of love, life, and the finer things with a sharp eye on details. Her lyrics are heartfelt and genuine and delivered with just the right amount of instinct and emotion."
- Douglas Sloan, Metronome Magazine
Kim Moberg combines a lovely voice with a deep insight into the human experience. Her songs evoke genuine emotional responses in the listener, as she carries on the acoustic folk tradition in the 21st century. ”
— Nick Noble, host of THE FOLK REVIVAL, WICN (Worcester Public Radio)
Award-winning vocalist, performer, and composer Morgan Minsk taught herself piano in kindergarten and composed her first song at age 7. Soon after, Minsk quickly discovered her innate musical talent as a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist and later added saxophone, guitar, clarinet, bass, and percussion to her repertoire.
"Meaning, Inspiration, and Refreshment. That’s what I'm here for.” - Morgan Minsk
The Promise is Hope
MAY 18, doors open @ 7:00pm, show starts @ 7:30pm
“These guys hit all the marks as far as I am concerned. Professional, spiritual, personable, just right emotionally. Their overall presentation was top notch in terms of a musical performance.” – Larry Stephen, UTR Media October 2018
“Each song on this body of work breathes strength and repose through vulnerability. Stripped down vocals—shifting between Eric’s raspy vocals to Ashley’s more classically inspired sound—support gently plucked acoustic guitar and stunning lyrics that establish the duo’s beautiful soul.” – Jessica Pavia, Sound of Boston July 2018
“Bright collection of lovingly crafted songs filled with heart, soul” - Boston Globe “Fresh and vibrant, a load of fun” - Metrowest Arts & Lifestyle ”As a calling card, it leaves a good feeling in the hand” - Review of Spark in Daily Hampshire Gazette ” That rootsy-storytelling feel of Lone Star songwriters” - Town Online Review