Howie Day, Leo Moran and Anthony Thistlethwaite, and Little Walter Tribute show just added!

NEW HAMPSHIRE TICKET UPDATE
ALBERT CUMMINGS- Only 35 tickets remain!
CHRIS SMITHER – Selling Fast!
DAVID BROMBERG – Selling Fast!
SHAWN MULLINS – Only 20 tickets remain!
SMOKIN JOE KUBEK – Only 24 tickets remain!
THE BODEANS – Selling Fast!
THE TUBES – Only 40 tickets remain!
THE SMITHEREENS – Selling Fast!


OUR NEX
T NEW HAMPSHIRE SHOWS
June 28 JOHN EDDIE
On the roller coaster of his career so far, John Eddie has had enough big breaks, hard luck, new beginnings, false starts, serious adventure and big fun to inspire a boxed set’s worth of country songs. He’s had the sort of life – often hard-scrabble, occasionally charmed — that other artists only imagine, or have someone else write about for them. John has managed to document a lot of this on Who The Hell Is John Eddie?, his debut disc for Lost Highway, along with details of assorted dreams, wishes, romances, and regrets. He really has spent endless days and nights on the road, playing the “shit-hole bars” he so hilariously and accurately recalls. And he’s endured the heckling of alcohol-fueled patrons wanting to hear Skynyrd and Petty and demanding to know, “Who The Hell Is John Eddie?” - johneddie.com

“John Eddie is a badass— Eddie writes like a cowboy poet, a rock ‘n’ roller and a country tunesmith all rolled into one. Part Steve Earl, part Guy Clark, part Springsteen, John Eddie is one hell of an artist, and if you didn’t already know him, you will soon.” – Performing Songwriter LISTEN

June 29 ROCK FOR HEROES
This is a fundraiser concert for the Wounded Warriors Project. Featuring “Invinzzible” and “ZZ Tawp”. $10 from each ticket sold goes directly to the Wounded Warrior Project

June 30 JAMES COTTON
This Show has been cancelled. All tickets purchased will be refunded.


NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW BOOKINGS
September 13 TRIBUTE TO LITTLE WALTER
Mark Hummel brings together fellow harp players who share a deep love for and keen insight into the revolutionary force that Little Walter’s music brought to bear on the Chicago blues scene of the 50′s and 60′s in a live tribute to the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer. This very special show features Mark Hummel, Billy Boy Arnold,
Sugar Ray Norcia, Anson Funderburgh, and Little Charlie Baty. For the true Blues Music lover, this is a show not to be missed!

October 9 LEO MORAN and ANTHONY THISTLETHWAITE of The Saw Doctors
Leo Moran and Anthony Thistlethwaite have played together for years as part of the legendary Irish band the Saw Doctors, and now they are taking to the road, just the two of them, to bring their years of songs and stories to a more intimate audience. Leo and Anthony will perform together for the whole show, telling stories from over 20 years on the road, sharing favorite songs not only from the Saw Doctors but original pieces and songs from writers they have been influenced by over the years.

Leo Moran is the songwriter, singer, guitarist, MC, and storyteller with The Saw Doctors, who have been touring very successfully in the US for the past twenty years – The Saw Doctors have consistently sold out US venues such as Boston’s House of Blues and New York’s Irving Plaza. Leo Moran has co-written all the big Saw Doctors hits such as N17, Clare Island, To Win Just Once and I Useta Lover.

Anthony Thistlethwaite plays Mandolin, Saxophone, Harmonica and Bass Guitar with both The Waterboys and The Saw Doctors – Anthony has also played and recorded with Bob Dylan, Donovan, Eddi Reader, Fairport Convention, and Ralph McTell. This December Anthony Thistlethwaite will be touring the UK with The Waterboys on their “Fisherman’s Blues Revisited” tour.

November 23 HOWIE DAY
The Maine native received his first Fender Stratocaster at age 13 and perfected his blend of effects pedals and guitar melodies by the time he finished high school. He was discovered at a concert for Ziggy Marley for which Day served as the opening act. Day self-produced and independently released his debut album Australia in 2000 and was subsequently asked to record a cover of The Beatles’ “Help” for the Sean Penn film I Am Sam. The buzz from his debut and from the film secured Day a major label deal with Epic Records who sent Day packing to London where he produced his sophomore set.

Day sat down in the studio with Martin “Youth” Glover, who produced the Verve’s Urban Hymns album, to craft pop-rock perfection. The disc, Stop All the World Now, was released in 2003 and after a slow up-hill climb, the album became a success off the heels of “She Says” and “Collide”. The latter was featured on episodes of Scrubs, One Tree Hill, and Grey’s Anatomy and eventually sold 1.5 million digital downloads. The album was certified Gold and Howie Day tour dates were scheduled to capitalize on the album’s success. The concert tour kept Day on the road touring for the better part of five years.

After taking some time off, Howie Day returned to the studio in 2008 and released his third album Sound the Alarm in 2009. The album featured the production of Martin Terefe and Mike Flynn to combined the styles of indie-rock darling Aimee Mann and power-pop band The Fray. The album featured the hit single “Be There” and Howie Day embarked on another national tour to promote the album. While the album was not as successful as its predecessor, Day was not deterred and returned to the studio to record a follow-up EP, Ceasefire, in 2011.

Howie Day’s extensive concert schedule has created a nation-wide fan-base. His songs, including “Collide”, captivated the hearts of romance seekers everywhere and made him a mainstay on Adult Contemporary stations. LISTEN

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