It’s a revolution — a slow one. Perhaps you haven’t even noticed. In school we’re taught about revolutions as if they happen all at once. But most of them don’t. They take years. One day, you look around and everything has changed. It’s hard to notice the revolution when we’re in the middle of it. That’s where we are now — in the middle of Gloucester’s music revolution. Here’s how you can tell:
Music on Sundays at Minglewood? That’s right. This Sunday 6/2 Minglewood Tavern launches a new night of music. Let’s get down there and prove them right for adding another night to the Gloucester music revolution.
Next Saturday, Boston Magazine’s Best Local Band, Three Day Threshold plays The Rhumbline. This band ROCKS and defies genre. Listen here. They’ve also got a great sense of humor as evidenced by their Facebook description: “good country gone terribly terribly bad”.
If you look at their tour dates, you see they’re at Meadowbrook Pavilion, Middle East Downstairs (the big room) and the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. But YOU can see them at The Rhumbline without even crossing the bridge. That’s revolution.
While you’re at it, check out tomorrow’s Rhumbline choice, Under Griffin’s Porch. Here’s a prediction: It won’t be long before they win a Best Band award.
Gloucester’s music revolution is all around you. Join in and have some fun!