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Monthly Archives: October 2016

Scullers Jazz Club Welcomes Soulman Jamison Ross

Scullers Jazz Club in Boston welcomes soulman – composer, arranger, vocalist, and drummer – Jamison Ross and his band on Thursday, November 10, 2016 for one show only. The Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz introduced Jamison Ross as an incredible young drummer in 2012 after he won the

Plymouth Public Library Forum Presents History of Jazz Lecture & Performance Series

History of Jazz Music Lecture & Performance Series Presented by the Plymouth Public Library In collaboration with the Spire Center for Performing Arts. History of Jazz at the Plymouth Public Library with jazz lecture from WGBH Eric in the Evening, Eric Jackson. On September 19th,

Jarrett Cherner Trio Expanding Heart CD Release

Pianist Jarrett Cherner released Powerful Trio Album Expanding Heart on his BaldHill Music label. The album is available on iTunes and Bandcamp. To celebrate the release of ‘Expanding Heart’, Cherner will be performing in New York, Boston, Lancaster, PA, Laconia, NH and Portland, ME. Brooklyn-based

Aaron Neville Coming to The Cabot

AARON NEVILLE DUO is Presented by The Cabot in partnership with M.E. Productions; the concert is set for Friday, Oct 14, 2016 8:00 PM. Door opens at 7pm, with Henry Smith Band with Charls Neville and Amadee Castenell opening.  This show features the great Aaron Neville with

Francisco Pais’ Lotus Project and New Album Verde

Guitarist Francisco Pais’ Lotus Project merges genres and keeps pushing boundaries on his new Album Verde Featuring Myron Walden, Godwin Louis, Ferenc Nemeth, Julian Shore and Connor Schultze. Available September 23, 2016 on Product Of Imagination Records. He has CD release concert at Jamestown Arts Center,

One Minute Plays: Every 28 Hours and Our Response at Trinity Repertory Company

The Every 28 Hours Plays Monday, October 17 at 7:30pm. Free and open to the public. Dowling Theater at Trinity Repertory Company. The Every 28 Hours Plays is a national collaboration inspired by our current Civil Rights Movement. The title focuses on the widely shared and contested