JOHNNY A – Only 22 tckets remain!
ENGLISH BEAT – SOLD OUT!
BRETT DENNEN – SOLD OUT!
JUDY COLLINS – SOLD OUT!
CARBON LEAF- SOLD OUT!
GEORGE WINSTON – SOLD OUT!
ROBERT CRAY – SOLD OUT!
RONNIE EARL – only 28 tickets remain!
MARC COHN – SOLD OUT
November 17 TUPELO OPEN MIC NIGHT
The best fun ever for only $5. Whether you are a performer and want o play a couple of songs or you just want to sit back and watch the show, this is the best deal around for a full night of entertainment.
November 18 MIKE ZITO
Mike Zito is one of those rare artists that can sing like nobody’s business, can write songs that instantly grip you, play one hell of a mean Gulf Coast style guitar and has the stage presence to draw in any audience.”His bluesy Americana vibe finds an impressively restrained balance between melody and musicianship.” – Blues Revue
November 19 JOHNNY A
For Johnny A., the guitar has held a lifelong fascination, her six strings exerting a powerful influence and addictive beauty since the first time he held them. He is widely regarded as one of America’s finest contemporary guitarists. Gibson thinks so – their Custom Shop designed a Signature Edition guitar per his specific requests which, when it was marketed in 2003, placed him in an exclusive club that included legends like BB King, Wes Montgomery, Chet Atkins, Joe Perry, Pat Martino and Les Paul himself.
2010 Boston Music Award Winner: Blues Artist of the Year.
November 20 THE ENGLISH BEAT
This show is SOLD OUT
November 21 BRETT DENNEN
This show is SOLD OUT
November 22 THE WAILERS
Together with Bob Marley, the Wailers have sold in excess of 250 million albums worldwide. In England alone, they’ve notched up over twenty chart hits, including seven Top 10 entries. Outside of their groundbreaking work with Marley, the Wailers have also played or performed with international acts like Sting, the Fugees, Stevie Wonder, Carlos Santana, and Alpha Blondy, as well as reggae legends such as Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, and Burning Spear. As the greatest living exponents of Jamaica’s reggae tradition, the Wailers have completed innumerable other tours, playing to an estimated 24 million people across the globe. They have also been the first reggae band to tour new territories on many occasions, including Africa and the Far East.
December 28 NEW RIDERS of THE PURPLE SAGE
New Riders of the Purple Sage got its start in 1969 as a vehicle for Jerry Garcia to practice his pedal steel guitar, a long strange trip that brought the band to the Palace Theatre for several shows in the early 1970s. But the Riders are back. They re-formed last year with original band guitarist/vocalist David Nelson and longtime group pedal steel player Buddy Cage in the fold. Sure, the Riders are rooted in the past. But they are much more than just a shadow of its former self; they continue to be the real deal.
March 11 ENTER THE HAGGIS
Over the past three albums and five years, Toronto’s Celtic rock band Enter The Haggis has found itself at the center of a grassroots success story ever teetering on the brink of mainstream success. From playing Celtic festivals to headlining them, and from the festival circuit to selling out multiple nights in rock venues, ETH has blazed a path with heavy and almost constant touring up and down the East Coast, to Canada, the West Coast and back again, winning over success one fan, one town, one region at a time.The band has made waves in the genre, landing high Billboard and iTunes World Music chart positions as well as major television appearances on shows like Live With Regis And Kelly, A&E Breakfast With the Arts and PB’ popular program Out of Ireland, with its multi-influence style of Celtic rock. It’s the kind of overall sound and devotion package that has created not only die-hard fans, but “Haggis Heads” that follow the band from gig to gig.