UPCOMING SHOWS

Hello friends,

We have 2 shows scheduled for Fall 2024. Here’s what you need to know:

• Feel free to BYOB. Feel free to BYO snacks.

• As always, 100% of the money collected goes to the artists. Suggested donation for each show is $25, but feel free to donate a few extra bucks if you’d like. It’s been tough times for touring musicians.

• To buy tickets, please click on "tickets" in the menu to the left and follow the instructions. Please indicate which show(s) you would like tickets for.

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Saturday, September 21, 2024

Mike Gent

8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30)

Donation: $25+ (100% goes to the artist)

Mike Gent

A founding member of The Figgs (35+ years, 15 albums) and The Gentlemen, Mike has also played/recorded/written with The Candy Butchers, Tommy Stinson (Replacements), Graham Parker, Bill Janovitz (Buffalo Tom), Tanya Donnelly (Belly)...

Expect to hear songs from Mike's solo albums, some Figgs songs, cool covers, funny stories, amazing guitar work. Recommended for fans of the Beatles, the Kinks, Elvis Costello, the Replacements…

"As ever, Gent is covering a lot of ground here, and as ever, his music has an inexorable, seemingly effortless groove." — The Boston Globe

Music video for Mike's 2023 song "The Potential Contender":

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Saturday, October 12, 2024

Mike + Ruthy (of The Mammals)

8:00 pm (doors open at 7:30)

Donation: $25+ (100% goes to the artist)

Mike and Ruthy

Mike Merenda and Ruthy Ungar are core members and founders of rock/folk group The Mammals. They’ve toured the world, recorded more than 10 albums together, collaborated with the likes of Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie, and are the hosts and curators of our favorite music festival.

Mike sings and plays guitar and banjo. Ruthy sings and plays guitar, bass, fiddle and ukulele. Great original songs, old-timey fiddle tunes, and beautiful vocal harmonies. Recommended for fans of Old Crow Medicine Show, The Band, Gillian Welch, John Prine…

"Some of the best songwriting of their generation." - LA Times

“Transcendent new album from a brilliant group…joy generator right here.” - Rhett Miller

"On My Way Home" live in their home studio, 2016:

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RECENT SHOWS

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Saturday, May 4, 2024

Laura Cantrell

Photos from this show are now in the Gallery

Laura Cantrell

Photo: Liz Tormes

Country singer Laura Cantrell last played at our house in 2009. Cantrell is a recording artist, radio host, writer, and parent. Pioneering British DJ John Peel called her debut album "my favorite record of the last ten years, and possibly my life."

Cantrell has appeared on A Prairie Home Companion, NPR’s Mountain Stage, the Grand Ole Opry, and Late Night With Conan O'Brien. She also is a host on SiriusXM's The Beatles Channel and curates "States of Country," a monthly live concert series exploring regional diversity in country music. Cantrell’s most recent album is "Just Like A Rose: The Anniversary Session.”

“… she sings in a sweet, clear, purposeful voice…” —New York Times

“…impeccable…a strong, confident, articulate woman determined to plough her own furrow—all the while reminding the country music business where it came from.” —The Telegraph

Music video for Laura Cantrell's song "All the Girls Are Complicated":

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Saturday, March 16, 2024

Jeffrey Lewis

Photos from this show are now in the Gallery

Jeffrey Lewis

Photo: Duncan Cruickshank

This will be Jeffrey Lewis’ first show at our house. Lewis is a New York-based folk/pop/punk musician who has released many albums since his 2001 debut “The Last Time I Did Acid I Went Insane And Other Favorites”.

Lewis is also a comic book writer/illustrator. His writing and graphic work has been featured in the New York Times and on the History Channel, and his live performances often incorporate some of his own visual art. Sad songs, funny songs, political songs, songs about music…this is a must-see show!

“Hands down my favorite contemporary songwriter” – Ben Gibbard (Death Cab For Cutie)

“Jeffrey Lewis is an amazing musician, and if you don’t know his songs you probably have a hole in your heart that can only be filled by his words.” – Regina Spektor

“Weird? Very… but also downright inspiring” (****) – Rolling Stone

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