This weekend’s shows sold out! J Geils Quintet and Candye Kane Just booked!

NEW HAMPSHIRE TICKET UPDATE
JEFFERSON STARSHIP- SOLD OUT
RUSTED ROOTSOLD OUT
JUDY COLLINSSOLD OUT
JON BUTCHERSOLD OUT
BEATLEJUICE – Selling Fast!
THE FIXX – Only 40 tickets remain for second show!
SMOKIN’ JOE KUBEKSOLD OUT
THE ALTERNATE ROUTES – Only 6 tickets remain!
RENAISSANCE – Only 7 tickets remain!
CARL PALMER – Selling fast!
HOWIE DAY – Selling Fast!

OUR NEXT NEW HAMPSHIRE SHOWS
March 15 JEFFERSON STARSHIP
This show is SOLD OUT

March 16 RUSTED ROOT
This show is SOLD OUT.


NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW BOOKINGS
August 24 J. GEILS JAZZ QUINTET
Put J. Geils, founder of The J. Geils Band, guitarist Gerry Beaudoin, and saxophonist Harry Allen on the same stage with other great musicians and you have the makings of a great night of music.

October 19 CANDYE KANE
Seven time National Blues Awards Nominee Candye Kane has been called a survivor, a superhero and the toughest girl alive. (All are also titles of her self-penned songs.) Her eleventh CD release, Sister Vagabond, was released on August 16, 2011 on Delta Groove Records and was #1 on the Living Blues Charts and on Sirius/XM Radio for two months. Kane is nominated for the BB King Entertainer of the Year Award and Best Contemporary Blues Female for 2012. Sister Vagabond was self produced by Kane and her noted guitarist Laura Chavez. Many critics say that it is Kane’s finest work to date and unanimously agree that it is a worthy successor to their 2010 collaboration, Superhero, nominated for Best Contemporary Blues CD along with many other honors.

The jump-blues singer, songwriter from East Los Angeles has nabbed ten San Diego Music Awards, won several songwriting and composition awards, been featured in caricature in The New Yorker Magazine and starred in a sold-out stage play about her life, featured at the New York Fringe Festival in 2011. The Toughest Girl Alive, directed and staged by San Diego Ballet Director, Javier Velasco, garnered rave reviews at nytheatre.com.

She’s beaten pancreatic cancer in the last three years, raised two sons and has performed worldwide for presidents and movie stars but her path to success was not always glamorous or easy. Born into a dysfunctional blue-collar family, Candye became a mother, a pinup cover girl and a punk-rock, hillbilly blues-belter by the time she was just 21 years old. Ten CDs, six record labels, millions of international road miles and countless awards later, Miss Kane has proven to be a true survivor as she scrambled her way to the top of the roots-music heap, creating a world renowned reputation that has spanned two decades. LISTEN

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