This is a big coup for the new Studio – and it’ll be your last chance to see Henri Smith anywhere around here without buying a ticket for quite some time.
Joining Henri will be many of the guys who were on stage with him at The Larcom Theatre in March, including Grammy-Award winning Amadee Castenell on sax and a big surprise!
Don’t expect there to be any tables left on Saturday, so you’d better call (978) 879-4896 to make a reservation. Do it now!
Henri will be back at the Larcom Theatre in December for a very special Christmas show. If you’ve signed up for our free Concert Club, you’ll be able to get tickets before they go on sale to the public (click here if you haven’t signed up). More details on this concert coming in a few days . . .
Here’s a taste of what you can expect this Saturday — check out Amadee’s sax and flute solos!
Hi Joey: There was a significant amount of friction between the folks
on Pavilion Beach during the Greasy Pole competitions this weekend.
I’m of the old school that says standing room only! The sitters were
not only taking up more than their share of beach, they were yelling
(cursing at times) at anyone who was blocking their view. From what I
witnessed each afternoon it could have easily resulted in a rumble
many times over. How about setting up a poll and let’s see what the
GMG Community thinks about this issue? Viva!! Rick Terselic
I’m not sure there should even be a debate about this. If it’s standing room only it’s standing room only during the Greasy Pole and Seine boat races. Obviously if you have some old folks that can’t stand up you move to the side for them but people really can’t expect the whole beach to part for them o have direct sight lines to the pole if everyone else is standing up. that’s just plain ridiculous.
But we’ll poll it anyway and leave your comments below in the comment section.