Tag Archives: Capt. Carlo’s

Have you figured out what to do for Father’s Day? (It’s Sunday)

Ok here are some great ideas:

  1. Stuff the kids in the car and take a Sunday drive to Latitude43 for their Classic Car Meet and Honky Tonk BBQ.  They are having pulled pork in the smoker and smokin’ hot Johnny Carwash beating out classic 60′s surf songs and rockabilly.
  2. Linda Amero Trio at Captain Carlo’s
  3. Brunch at Alchemy with Flynn Cohen & Friends
  4. Brunch at Seaward Inn with Julie Dougherty

That’s 4 ideas from 11am – 3pm.  10 more choices after 3pm and 14 choices TODAY (Sat)! Check out the full list here.

Get out and enjoy family, friends, and some great music on Cape Ann.

GMG Local Music Oct.21 – Oct.25

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Elliott’s

Latitude 43

Dog Bar

Rhumb Line

Capt. Carlo’s

WEDNESDAY OCT. 21

Latitude 43

Wednesday 8:30 pm – THE DAN KING ROOTS JAM
DONT MISS DAN AND CREW EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT STARTING @ 8:30 FOR SOME “LIVE ROOTS ROCK” IN THE TAVERN…

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THURSDAY OCT. 22

Dave Sag’s Blues Party @ the Rhumb Line

“Big fun this thursday as we welcome back slumlord and guitar gunslinger Mr. Billy Loosigian, the scourge of N.H. stripmalls. Y’all remember Billy, or is it Buffalo Bilious, the famous juggler of hot blues lix, ancient rock’n’roll samples and general musical magician, courtesy of Willie Alexander’s Ragtime Band. Billy is one of the most sought-after call guys on the Boston circuit, and we got ‘im, and we’re gonna  blow a fuse. Wear rubber gloves. And, oh, by the way, girls, he’s single! and not even remotely gay! And lives out of town! Get in line! I’m sellin’ tickets!
Blacking him up will be our own Frosty The Snowman, Mr. Forrest Padgett, on Drummbulators, the nicest guy I’ve ever known, and of, course, Greg T. on catarrh, and myselph, on base. We’re gonna romp and stomp till midnite. Honk and sneeze till daylite. You come, too.”

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FRIDAY OCT. 23

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SATURDAY OCT. 24

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Latitude 43

October, 24 2009 09:00 PMOLD BROWN SHOE

25 ROGERS ST, GLOUCESTER, Massachusetts 01930 – FREE

GRATEFUL DEAD COVER BAND!

9-CLOSE IN THE TAVERN.


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GMG Local Music Schedule Oct.7 – Oct.12

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Elliott’s

Latitude 43

Dog Bar

Rhumb Line

Capt. Carlo’s

WEDNESDAY OCT. 7

Latitude 43

Wednesday 8:30 pm – THE DAN KING ROOTS JAM
DONT MISS DAN AND CREW EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT STARTING @ 8:30 FOR SOME “LIVE ROOTS ROCK” IN THE TAVERN…

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THURSDAY OCT. 1st

Dave Sag’s Blues Party @ the Rhumb Line

From Sag-

Got a great lineup this week.Put down your chopsticks and c’mon down and party!
Thursday at the Rumline sees the triumphant return of  the inimitable Mark Earley,reknown hula expert and Illinois Jacquet’s evil twin on tenor and barium sax. It gets better: we also have world famous loving husband and jazz snob Mr. John Hyde, on keys. But, wait: there’s more! How about Mr. Jim Gwin, Fred’s brother, on Drummbs. Our own Boston Pops celebrity, just for you!. Of course, Greg T. will be there with his hat. Me, too on base. Comb your eyebrows and c’mon down.”

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FRIDAY OCT. 9

…Of Babylon@ Capt. Carlo’s

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SATURDAY OCT. 10

HooDoo 10-10C’mon out and partake in a Hoodoo Houseparty!”

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GMG Local Music Scedule Sept. 17 – Sept. 20

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Elliott’s

Latitude 43

Dog Bar

Rhumb Line

Capt. Carlo’s

THURSDAY SEPT. 17

From Dave Sag – Thursday Night Blues Party @ the Rhumb Line

This Thursday at the Rumline we  have Mr’ Steve Sadler, he of the searing guitar and monotone joke delivery. Steve’s an old pal of ours from the old days and we’re always glad to see him. You may remember the Barking Sharks, Steve’s last band around these parts before  he took off to see the world. And now he’s back!
Backing him up will be Mr. Greg Dann, drumnist for Secret Cervix and all around nice guy, and, of course, Greg T. and myself. An enjoyable nite!

And don’t forget: all you under-employed folks with time to spare, c’mon  down to the Rose Baker Senior Center next Monday for some swingin’ jazz and dixieland courtesy of the ol’ Salty Jazz Band. I’ll be there. Blast off is at 1 Pm

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Live Music at Latitude 43!

Thursday 9:00 pm – HOPE ROAD
LIVE…”RAP/SOUL/FUNK 9-12am in the tavern!

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Ned Nugent, Brian Alex & Dave Mattacks

9pm – close

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FRIDAY SEPT. 18

Live Music at Latitude 43!

Friday, September 18, 2009, 9:00 pm – “PHAT MAXX”
THE ULTIMATE COVER BAND…LIVE in the tavern 9-12am.

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Steve Amazeen Band

Friday, September 18

8:30pm – 11:30pm




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Friday September 18, 2009 – Hydrogen - A Phish tribute band

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SATURDAY SEPT. 19

Live Music at Latitude 43!

Saturday, September 19, 2009, 9:00 pm – “WHAT TIME IS IT MR. FOX?”
ECLECTIC MIX OF SOUL/BLUEGRASS and LOUNGE…featuring BRIAN KING…9-12am in the tavern.

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GARFISH – Rockin Elliott’s At the Blackburn – Saturday Sept 19th

Dancing all night allowed! Plus its the last Block Party of the season.

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Paula Karahalis

Saturday Sept. 19

9pm – close

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BLOCK PARTY

Ned Nugent, Brian Alex & Dave Mattacks

9pm – close

GMG Local Music Schedule-Sept. 10- Sept. 13

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Elliott’s

Latitude 43

Dog Bar

Rhumb Line

Capt. Carlo’s

THURSDAY SEPT. 10

From Dave Sag – Thursday Night Blues Party @ the Rhumb Line

Well, summer’s over, but we don’t care. We’re still going strong with our lil shows, and we always will! So, another big week for me. Here we go!
This thursday at the Rumline I’m proud to present Mr. Joe Bargar, he of the liquid voice and flittering fingers that  make the grooves hum. Drumbling onward will be L’il Steevie Chaggaris on his kool kit ‘o skins. and ,of course, Greg T. and his hat. I’ll be around, too, like a doughnut.

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FRIDAY SEPT. 11

joemackJoe Mack Band @ Dog Bar Friday Night!

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Exit 11 Capt. Carlo’s Friday Night!

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From Dave Sag-

And Friday:  The Geezers will be limping back into Elliot’s at the Blackburn for yet another grueling experiment in physics.Dave Brown, Dave Mattacks, Greg Tower and myself will be attempting cold fusion of the blues. With any luck, by the end of the night there will be nothing left on stage but a steaming heap. Come find out!

And Sunday, I’ll be up at Glenn’s Cool Bar and Restaurant in Nbpt. From 6 to 9 p.m. playing with this groovy band consisting of my buddies Justin Quinn, on vocals and harp,and his entire aggravation including Jon Ross on gooeytar, Per Hanson, the scariest drummer I’ve ever played with, and Curtis “Lemay” Haines,the Mayor of Nbpt. and a fine stride pianist. Make reservations now! The food is great and the band ain’t too shabby!
Don’t be a cube, Rube; go ape! Live music is best!

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From James Buhrendorf-

“Banding Together” on Friday, September 11 at 7:00pm.

“Benefit concert for the Cape Ann Social Club”

More than 20 local musicians and spoken-word performers look forward to seeing you tonight for Banding Together, the benefit concert for Cape Ann Social Club, at the Gloucester Unitarian Universalist Church, 10 Church Street, Gloucester.  Admission is $10.

Cape Ann Social Club is a support group for emotionally challenged adults which lost its state funding in December of 2008.

Please bring a friend or two to this community-spirited event.  We would love to have 100 people attend in order to reach our goal of $1,000 for CASC.

See you at the church!

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SATURDAY SEPT.12

From Erinn Brown-

The Erinn Brown Band with Jay Aptt!!!!!!

Saturday, September 12th…The Dogbar
65 Main and Roger St, Gloucester, MA
9:00 – 12:30 p.m.

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GARFISH

Rocks the Dock at Captain Carlos Saturday Sept 12th

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GMG Local Music Aug.19 – Aug.23

Wednesday August 19

Dan King plays Roots Rock Wednesday, TONIGHT at Lat 43, featuring very special guests, 9pm!

Pete Lindberg playing at the Dogbar tonight. 9-12 Come down

Open Mike with Fly Amero Wednesday at the Rhumb Line

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Thursday August 20

Dave Sag’s Blues Party Thursday 9-12

“This thursday at the Rumline I’m proud to present that dynamic duo: Mr. Mario Perrett, cutie pie saxist and vogelist xtroidinaire, backed up with Mr. Edd Scheer, the diaphaneous drummer and vocalizer. One of my favorite combo plates. Of course, Greg T. and I will be there, too.”

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Friday August 21

Music at the Cape Ann Museum on Fridays at Noon

The Cape Ann Museum is pleased to present free noontime concerts in the Museum’s Sculpture Garden on Fridays during the month of August. Performers for the remainder of the month will be James White on August 21 and The Aspidistra Drawing Room Orchestra on August 28.

The Pleasant Street Tea Company and Lark Fine Foods have generously donated beverages and cookies for these events. In the event of rain, the performances will take place inside the Museum.

James White, now a resident of Gloucester, is originally from England. He has been writing music since the 1970s, playing and performing in both Europe and New England as well as doing session work with his first instrument, the electric violin.

The Aspidistra Drawing Room Orchestra is based in London, England. The orchestra specializes in the type of light classical music from the late nineteenth, early twentieth century that is usually referred to as Palm Court Music or Salon Music. The ensemble consists of a string quartet, piano, flute and oboe.

Funding for this program was made possible through a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, which promotes excellence, access, education and diversity in the arts, humanities and interpretive sciences, in order to improve the quality of life for all Massachusetts residents and to contribute to the economic vitality of our communities.

The Cape Ann Museum is located at 27 Pleasant Street in Gloucester. Hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Museum is closed during the month of February, on Mondays, and on major holidays. Admission is $8.00 adults, $6.00 Cape Ann residents, seniors and students. Children under 12 and Museum members are free. The Museum is wheelchair accessible. For more information please call: (978) 283-0455. Additional information can be found online at http://www.capeannmuseum.org.

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The Glostafarians WICKED LOCAL REGGAE Captain Carlo’s

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Saturday August 22

From Dave Sag

“Saturday nite, Madhouse will be cranking it out at the Rockport Art Association building  for their annual Greek fisherman hat festival. It’s a costume party. We played it last year and it really was a blast, so, c’mon down!”

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Groove      Saturday     Rhumb Line

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Sunday August 23

Antonio Gentile Memorial Bandstand Summer Concert Series
Stage Fort Park
Gloucester


August 23, 2009

7pm, Old Cold Tater, acoustic bluegrass more

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Remember you can subscribe to GMG Local Music by clicking on the link on the sidebar.There’s lots of good music in Gloucester this week. This post will be updated as info comes in.

Elliott’s

Latitude 43

Dog Bar

Rhumb Line

Capt. Carlo’s

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Updated GMG Local Music Schedule June 8-14

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Elliott’s

Latitude 43

Dog Bar

Rhumb Line

Capt. Carlo’s

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From Dave Sag

Rhumb Line Thursday Night Blues Party and Friday at Elliott’s

We return to the axis mundi this Thursday, as Greg and I welcome back Mr. John Hyde, jazzbo smartypants,and keyboard Xtroirdinaire.
Helping him tie the nuptial knot will also be longtime buddy and stick-thrasher, Mr. Benny Benson, the coolest kat that is what am.
Should be a great nite!
And on Friday nite: It’s the return of the GEEZERS at Elliot’s at the Blackburn. This is a fun unit: Dave Brown, Dave Mattacks, Greg Tower and myself. Four totally disparate guys suffering thru the blood, the boils, the sweat, and the tears to bring you the finest in unhealable rapture! It’s always a pleasure. Do come.

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Capt. Carlo’s This Thursday – Mike O’Connell Band

Band is at Capt. Carlo’s, Harbor Loop here in Gloucester This Thursday Night. School Night, but we start early!  8 pm,, So come on down kids for yet another version of The 5 Ringed Circus, Remember that we love you and need your support. Mike

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Slingdaddy at Elliott’s at the Blackburn – Gloucester

Good food/drink….nice atmosphere with good music! Come see Slingdaddy this Saturday night at Elliott’s.

Date:
Saturday, June 13, 2009
Time:
8:30pm – 11:30pm
Location:
Elliott’s at the Blackburn
Street:
Main Street
City/Town:
Gloucester, MA

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GLAM JAM
“Starring Inge Berge”

Saturday, June 13, 2009 at 9:30pm

Location:
The Rhumbline
Street:
40 Railroad Ave.
City/Town:
Gloucester, MA

Inge Berge returns for a visit to Cape Ann from Norway and joins an all-star cast including Dan King, Groove drummer Dennis Monagle and Inge’s former bass player Joe Cardoza for a night of Bowie, Beatles, and other Glamorific Rock and Roll classics. Will the Guitar Drill make an appearance?
Creative Dress encouraged!

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Open Mic at the Landing

From Will Hunt-

Janice and Will will host their monthly open mic this Sunday, June 14 at the Landing at 7 Central in Manchester. We encourage the shy, the confident,
and everyone in between to bathe us in their brilliance once again as we kick off a summer of fun music! Younger performers are encouraged to come early.I’ll have a small guitar amp; you can play my guitar or Janice’s keyboard, or we can even back you up!
The music starts around 6:30. Hope to see you!!

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From John Hyde-

Going back to Glostah!

June 11, Thursday 9:00 to 12:00 RhumbLine
978-283-9732
40 Railroad Av, Glostah, Ma My home away from home! Who says you can’t go home again. With Sag, and Greg T and the boys.

June 14, Sunday 12:00 to 3:00 Elliots at the Blackburn
978-282-1919
1 Main St, Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930

My favorite gig with the awesome Miss Sandi B!

Sunday brunch with Sandi B!! http://www.sandibedrosian.com/

June 15, Monday 7:00 to 10:00
Capt Carlos
978-283-6342
27 Harbor Loop, Gloucester, Ma With Nancy Hildegarde, what more could I possibly say? http://www.captaincarlos.com/


Exit 11 Rocked Capt. Carlo’s! GMG’s own Mike Lindberg!

Cap2973_1050963476453_1296722091_30118015_7587652_nt. Carlo’s was packed last night. The band, Exit 11, rocked the house. The guys hadn’t played together for a couple of years, but you’d never know it. Frank Gentile, Jim Frontiero, Mike Lindberg, Pete Malaquias each on instruments and doing vocals had the place dancing and singing along.Their accapellas were incredible. Familiar songs done uniquely their way.

To Mike and all the guys- Thanks for sharing the music and fun! Looking forward to the JJ benefit on Thursday June 25.

GGAP III Thank You

To those of you who saw yesterday’s presentations, a big thank you!

Rob Newton’s slideshow of his grandfather’s old postcards was beautifully set to music. My interview with Karen McCormack was highlighted by her dad’s arrival from Arizona just in time to see himself on the big screen. Mike Lindberg’s video of “Gloucester til the End” brought tears to everyone’s eyes. He commented that there would be a remake of the song and video when the band performs for the JJ Nicastro benefit at Capt. Carlo’s on June 25. Jay Albert included some interesting computer-generated music with his slideshow of gorgeous Gloucester photos including a shot of a tornado at last year’s Fiesta. And the show was wrapped up by the Bait and Tackle crew Tom Papows, Michael Pallazola, & Emile Doucette who will be traveling to Toronto for a film competition in May where they have been selected as one of 14 finalists for their Greasy Pole video.

Although it was a beautiful day, we are grateful for those who came to support the emerging talent of Gloucester Guerilla Art Project artists. Missed you, Joey!