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Local rising star, Michael Thomas Doyle opens for The Slide Brothers Nov 2 in Beverly

Local singer/songwriter Michael Thomas Doyle will open for legendary pedal steel masters, The Slide Brothers on Saturday, November 2 at Beverly’s fully restored, historic Larcom Theatre.

Mike Doyle has been compared to John Mayer, with the Noise Magazine proclaiming his “talent by the boatload,” and likening his live guitar skills to those of Keith Richards.  Mike is one of those young musicians you want to watch over the next few years.  See a short bio of Michael Thomas Doyle here and  get tickets here.  It won’t be long before you’ll have to pay over a hundred bucks for a crappy seat in a huge venue far away with expensive parking if you want to see him.  Check out the video to see what we mean:

Robert Randolph Presents … The Slide Brothers — ONLY New England Appearance on November 2nd at Larcom Theatre.
The Slide Brothers … tackle rock, funk and blues with a ferocity that will startle fans of Duane Allman, Derek Trucks and Muddy Waters.” —Guitar World

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This will be an experience you won’t have a chance to repeat for a very long time!  The best seats are going fast, so GET TICKETS NOW.  Check out this video of The Slide Brothers covering the Allman Brothers’ hit “Don’t Keep Me Wonderin'”

Breaking News: Beer & Wine available at Saturday’s Larcom Theatre Concert

Yesterday Rich Marino, owner of Chianti’s Tuscan Restaurant and Jazz Lounge in Beverly, was granted a one-day license to serve beer and wine at our concert featuring the Allen Estes Band at the Larcom Theatre in Beverly.

In case you don’t know Chianti’s, it’s one of those restaurants worth going over the bridge for.  The food is excellent with professional — but not stuffy — service.  Best of all, Chianti’s is listed as one of the “Top 150 Jazz Rooms in the World” by Downbeat magazine.  An accomplished musician himself, Rich knows how to treat his music-loving customers.

Chianti’s will be offering the perfect beers and wines to complement Saturday’s music — and you can even take the drinks back to your seat, so you don’t miss a beat of this extraordinary show.

You can still get good seats by clicking here.  The Box Office at Larcom Theatre will open on Saturday around 2pm.  We hope to see you at the show!
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