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Summer Kick Off Event @ Captain Carlos with Hoodoo Revelator…Tonight 9pm

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Kick off the Summer season this Saturday nite with the infectious tunes of Hoodoo Revelator! Show starts early (9pm) and runs til midnite. Kevin “The Rattlesnake” Haney will be movin and shakin and playin (and howlin! ) for your entertainment! On g-e-e-t-a-r will be the talented Dan “Moe” Moriarty, who can keep up with the best of them! Glen Asaro will be wailing on the harp while Bob Clinton will be tearing it up on bass. And of course the highly energetic and talented Bob Palumbo will join the band bangin on his drums! Great food and drinks there too! Should be a fun nite! Hope to see you there this Saturday Night (Memorial Day Weekend)

Hoodoo?….you do! Come on by for some fun!

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Wow! What a weekend of great music starting tonight!

For all those guitar enthusiast Jason Vieaux is at Shalin Liu tonight.  His playing has been described as “spun magic,” creating cinematic vistas with a single instrument. Gramophone hails Vieaux is “…among the elite of today’s classical guitarists.”

Here are some of the weekend highlights: See the full schedule Here

The Runaround at the Rhumbline – Friday Night
Rabbit Foot at Minglewood – Friday Night
Cape Ann Symphony at Manchester High School – Saturday Night
Hoodoo Revelator at Captain Carlo’s - Saturday Night
Soul Rebel Project – Reggae at Minglewood – Saturday Night
Dub Apocalypse – At Madfish (opening weekend) – Saturday Night

Frank Hawks with Hoodoo Saturday night!

Hoodoo Revelator will be performing at the Rhumbline in Gloucester this Saturday, the 5th.

Due to a band member emergency, HR will have a special guest guitarist:
Frank Hawks, formerly of Sugarblues, Presently of Slingdaddy, will be the lead ax for the night along with a couple of special guests.
Hope to see you there,

GMG Local Music Schedule Oct.7 – Oct.12

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Dog Bar

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WEDNESDAY OCT. 7

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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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Local Firefighter brings Band to Harbor Loop

The Harbor Loop concert last night had been rescheduled from earlier in the summer. Hoodoo Revelator rocked the hill in the final concert of the season.

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Mike Chipperini, a Gloucester firefighter, wailed on the harmonica with the rest of the band as they played the blues,  J. Geils,  the Stones, and more.

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Holly Harris, from Boston radio station WBOS, emceed all night adding to the full-moon entertainment. The concert was sponsored by the Dog Bar and Mahoney Insurance.

We say a sad good-bye to the end of the summer concerts, but there’s always next year!

A big thank you to Morgan Huke of Cape Ann Concerts and all the others who made these concerts possible.

GMG Local Music Sept. 3 – Sept. 7

Lots of great music around town this Labor Day Weekend. Check it out!

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.

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Dog Bar

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THURSDAY SEPT. 3

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Blues Party at the Rhumb Line

From Dave Sag-

“Wow! a busy week ahead! So gird your grid for the big end of summer blast.
This thursday at the Rumline I’m proud to present the one, the only Godfather-in-law of punk: Willie”Loco” Alexander, the all-weather blues god and all purpose keeper of the flame. The master of piano triplets, he’ll be bangin’ out Fats Domino and  Buck Cherry lix all nite long. Backing him up will be Johnny Loud, the quiet drummer and , of course Greg T. and myself.”

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd….9-12pm, THE ERINN BROWN BAND (Steve Peabody, Alison Keslow and 2N) play @ LATITUDE 43, Rogers Street (Rt. 127) in Gloucester,MA.

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FRIDAY SEPT. 4

Elliott’s

Orville Giddings band from 8:30 to 11:30

From Dave Sag-

“Friday nite I’ll be down at Elliot’s ,filling in with  the Orville Giddings band from 8;30 to 11;30. Li’l Stevie Chaggarris on drums holding down the fort.”

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Event:  GARFISH @ The Gull Restaurant Friday September 4th
“Put on your dancing shoes!”
What: Performance
Host: Gar Hiltz
Start Time: Friday, September 4 at 9:00pm
End Time: Saturday, September 5 at 12:05am
Where: The Gull Restaurant

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SATURDAY SEPT. 5

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th…5-9pm,  Erinn and Alison play @ THE GULL, 75 Essex Street (Rt. 133) at Cape Ann Marina Resort in Gloucester, MA

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From John Keegan-

Join us in celebrating the Last Dog Day’s of Summer  at the Madfish Grill this Labor Day Weekend on Saturday, September  5th, 2009
A Rare Live appearance! John Keegan and Madhouse will be playing at the Madfish Grille, On Saturday, September  5th, 2009  , 77 Rocky Neck Ave, Located in the Historic Rocky Neck District of Gloucester, Massachusetts The Oldest Art Colony in the Country!

What could be a  better way to celebrate the Official Send-off to the Summer Season
Fantastic Food,( they got a GREAT NEW Chef)  Ice Cold Drink’s,  an awesome Raw Bar, and your favorite band playing at one of the Coolest Places on the Water!

Come One, Come All, Come Early, Bring Your Friends,  and don’t forget your Dancing shoes!
Hope to see you all there,

Rock On!

John

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SUNDAY SEPT. 6

Event: SAFETY Labor Day Red & White Ball at Rockafellas in Salem
“Wear white for labor day!”
What: Concert
Host: Rockafellas
Start Time: Sunday, September 6 at 9:00pm
End Time: Monday, September 7 at 12:00am
Where: Rockafellas of Salem

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MONDAY SEPT. 7

All DAY MUSIC @  THE BLACK LOBSTER, Bridge St (formerly Strombergs)
in the Tent, on the water, beneath the Beverly/Salem Bridge!

L A B O R  D A Y !!! September 7th, from 12-7pm.
LISA MARIE BAND plays from 12-2 pm
ERINN BROWN BAND plays from 2:30-4:30 pm
ELLE GALLO BAND plays from 5 -7 pm

For more Info…
www.ErinnBrown.com
www.Gimmesound.com/Erinn2nbrown
www.CDBaby.com/ErinnBrown2
www.myspace.com/erinnbbrown

THANX FOR YOUR SUPPORT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Harbor Loop Concerts a Big Hit!

With the great weather last night, the hill on Harbor Loop was packed. The pizza and other food vendors stayed open after the Farmer’ Market closed. Kids were everywhere. The Megan McKenzie Band opened the concert and rocked the house. To hear the band, click here.

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The sun set, and Phat Maxx took the stage. The kids accepted the band’s invitation to come onto the stage and little rockers danced the night away.

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Next week is the last concert with Hoodoo Revelator who had to be rescheduled because of bad weather early this summer.

GMG Local Music Schedule – July 20 – July 26

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To all:

After very carefully considering the weather, we have chosen to cancel the Harbor Loop show due to much predicted rain.
So get yourselves a movie and enjoy, yet another night in!
Best to all and thank you for your support,

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From Dave Sag – Rhumb Line’s Thursday Night Blues Party

“We got a great show for you this week as we welcome back Ms. Diane Blue, vocalist xtroidinaire and Octomom of the blues.She will rock your world! Blacking her up will be Cliff Spencer keyboard octopus, and Jim Gwin, brother of Fred and thorn in Keith Lockhart’s side. Greg and I will be there, too, surveying the damage and bricking up the survivors with that cask of amontillado. This is a great band; don’t miss it!
And kiddies, by now you may know that  my gumputer has short-sheeted my address book and I have lost many names, so, If you know others who wanna get back on the list, send ‘em to me. Bring it on!”

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From Mike Lindberg-

Open Mic

with Pete Malaquias and Mike Lindberg

at Camerons this Thursday Night

Come on Down! 35 cent wing special!

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Slingdaddy!

“Friday night fun!”
Friday, July 24 at 8:30pm – 11:30
Elliott’s at the Blackburn

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Fri. July 24  @ The Gull –

The Mike O’Connell Band

From Mike O’Connell:

“Howdy All, Band is back after a few weeks off, and we are at The Gull here in Gloucester. This weeks cast of characters are, Drums and Rude Comments at the end of the night, God love em Frosty Padgett,, On the Bass Guitar and “no sugar coating musical opinions” Froggy’s Brudda, Wolf Ginandes,, God love em too. Gloucester Native, Yarnspinner,, More Storys Than Walt Disney.. Guitar Frontman Jason Aptt, Myself Included in this mess. Please Remember, We Love You and we need your support. Band starts at 8:30. Hope to see you, Maybe we can get Uncle with the Orange CarUncle Jeffrey Mobile and Orange Ear Plugs to join in This Nonsense…”

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SUNDAY JULY 26, 2009

THE STUDIO RESTAURANT

51 ROCKY NECK Ave

GLOUCESTER MA, 01930

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“This Sunday PHIL PERSON brings his dynamic TRUMPET playing to the bandstand for a night of unbelievable musicianship. Mike plays this insrument as well as any of the horn players that we feature. If you are familiar with and like LOUIS ARMSTRONG don’t miss this player. The music starts at 5pm

We will be having another great lineup for the Studio this season. I have a few new players added to the roster this year; Greg Abate will be coming as well as the new young lion; Mike Tucker, two exceptional sax players.

Looking forward to seeing and and goofing-off with you all this upcoming season…….Stay well……….Best,    Barb & AL”

MARK CARLSEN-BASS

JACK SENIER-PIANO

AL BOUDREAU-DRUMS/VOCALS

BARB BOUDREAU-VOCALS

(978) 283-4123 or go to the website at:  boudreaujazz.com

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Captain Carlo’s this Week!

Thursday: Greenhead

Come and see Greenhead in their Captain Carlo’s debut. “Greenhead” is two guys (Mike and Chuck) who play acoustic guitar, sing harmonies and do a range of music from upbeat rock and roll to mellow brunch and dinner music. Greenhead’s song-list includes Stevie Ray Vaughan, Johnny Cash, John Mayer, The Beatles, Weezer, Ryan Adams, Snow Patrol, James Taylor, Plain White Ts, Jack Johnson, Elvis Costello, Lyle Lovett, and more.

Friday: JOSHUA TREE

As The Nation’s premier tribute to U2, The Joshua Tree pride themselves with their ability to generate a unique musical experience that does not lend itself to impersonations.

Without compromising artistic integrity, the band has gone to great lengths to reproduce the distinct sound of one of the world’s most popular rock bands. Unique to The Joshua Tree is their dedication to the entire U2 songbook, including early fan favorites from the 1980-1987 period (Boy, October, War, The Unforgettable Fire, and The Joshua Tree).

Playing each song with the same intensity and emotion, the band covers all phases of U2’s career from their first album Boy to the most recent, No Line on the Horizon.

Now Joshua Tree comes to Captain Carlo’s this Friday July 24th out on the deck and under the stars. Tell all your friends about this one it’s going to be a great night of music.

Saturday: The Herland Brothers Band

Boston based THE HERLAND BROTHERS BAND is a top-notch cover/original band, meticulously performing the greatest Rock/Dance hits of yesteryear and today. Since 1994 HB’s high energy cover performances continue to wow and electrify audiences from Maine to New York, with their unique ability to cover all genres vocally and musically, matching the original artist renditions. The band’s original music continues to also excite, leading the Boston Globe to write “A band on the rise with a bright future”. The HB band has performed as either the headliner and/or as an opener for national acts all over the Northeast, including shows at the legendary CBGB’s in New York City.

Sunday: 5pm to 8pm DJ scottie Mac

Monday: The Nancy Hildegarde Jazz Extravaganza Featuring Mark Earley.

So if you want to see and hear great new live music this weekend….. C U @ CC’s

GMG Local Music Schedule – July 15 – July 19h

BLOCK PARTY SATURDAY NIGHT!

Live Music 6:00 – 11:00
Blackburn Building Parking Lot
(next to Elliott’s)

Produced by Blackburn Performing Arts

- Janice Fullmen & Friends

- James Good Eye & Friends

- Dire Wolf featuring Will Hunt

- Wheelhouse

- The Fundamentals

Live Music 6:00 – 10:00
Central Main Street
- Lion Pride Sound is a local DJ Group with a unique style of dejaying that is both energetic and enjoyable for listeners of all ages alike. They bring the old time feel of the street dances down in Jamaica and around the islands to crowds all over the northeast. Labeled as one of the top reggae acts to see in the area, They have opened for many legends of Reggae music.

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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

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Erinn and Alison play acoustic!

Saturday, July 18th / 5-9 pm/

The Gull    75 Essex Ave

(on Rt 133) Gloucester, MA

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July 18, Saturday 8pm Rockport Art Association
An evening of Jazz with Alek Razdan and A-Train to benefit the Rockport Art Association
Main Street, Rockport, Massachusetts 01966
Cost: $10

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GMG Local Music Schedule June 22-June 28

BIG MUSIC WEEK!!

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Elliott’s

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Dog Bar

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Capt. Carlo’s

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From Dave Sag

Rhumb Line Thursday Night Blues Party

Well, it’s that time, again; good ol’ Fiesta is almost here, and I’m almost there. So, in keeping with tradition(?) Have I got a guy for you. Mr. Brad Foucher, glitarist of the axis mundi, will be appearing and disappearing all night long this Thursday nite wailing and speaking in tongues, trying to get it right. This guy is to traditional blues as Birdseye is to frozen fish.A good place to be as an alternative to greasy sausage and cotton candy.

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From Mike Lindberg

Exit 11 w/ Earl Foote (Gloucester till the end Fame)

Captain Carlo’s Thursday

JJ Nicastro Foundation Benefit

Mike Lindberg/ Peter Malaquias/ Jim Frontiero/ Frank Gentile

Groove Captain Carlos Friday Night

Get your groove On!

Camerons

Earl Foote / Mike Lindberg / Peter Malaquias

Saturday Night

Earl’s Original Songbook

Sorry Archie could not make it. His wife is in Labor in Florida.

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From Mike O’Connell
Dogbar Fiesta Friday 26 Mike O’Connell Band

Hey to all! This weekend here in Gloucester is Fiesta Weekend, and Band heads into Dogbar. This weeks act,, First we have coming off his “Drum Week” at Berklee Performance Shows will be the magical and exhausted Joey”6 Red Bulls”Scrima… Tempos are gonna fly,, Also, we have of course.. Cliff “Hidden Agenda”Spencer on Keyboards! (Hope he left Dont Stop Believing at The Vineyard) And Wow! We have Borderland “Bar Tab Boy” Chrissy”Slim Pickin’s”Houston on Bass Guitar, Closed Eyes, and Earplugs…Yeaaah, and also, Gloucester Native Guitar Frontman Jason “Kung Fu/Grasshopper”Aptt doing his Foolishness for you. I will also be there recovering from the multiple stab wounds and other Nonsense, Ouch. Yah gotta love these Backstabbers, speaking of love, we Love You and we need your support! Band starts at 9 come early!  Traffic and Parking will be hectic, so allow some time,  Please watch For Mike & The Backstabbers “Ides of March” 2010 Tour Dates followed by the new live record Et Tu Brute- Live And Bleedin”
Have a great Fiesta Weekend, MO’C   www.dogbarcapeann.com
Maybe Uncle Jeffrey will also make a show of Orange Ear Plugs and Badgering too.
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Fiesta Saturday with SAFETY!
“After the greasy pole, come see what everyone’s talking about.”
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Saturday, June 27 at 9:00pm
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From Barbara and Al Boudreau

SUNDAY JUNE 28, 2009 THE STUDIO

This Sunday JEFF GALINDO brings his dynamic trombone to the bandstand for a night of unbelievable horn music like you’ve never heard.a leading professor of BERKLEE MUSIC COLLEGE he plays with all the best big bands in the area. Check out the big man with the big sound. The music starts at 5pm

We will be having another great lineup for the Studio this season. I have a few new players added to the roster this year; Greg Abate will be coming as well as the new young lion; Mike Tucker, two exceptional sax players.

Looking forward to seeing and and goofing-off with you all this upcoming season…….Stay well……….Best,    Barb & AL

GREG HOPKINS-BRASS          MARK CARLSEN-BASS   JACK SENIER-PIANO

AL BOUDREAU-DRUMS/VOCALS  BARB BOUDREAU-VOCALS

JACK SENIER-PIANO

(978) 283-4123 or go to the website at:  boudreaujazz.com

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ROCKPORT CHAMBER MUSIC FRSTIVAL “The Newberry Consort”
Thu, June 25, 8:00PM
ROCKPORT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL ” Jupiter String Quartet and Mary Persin, Viola

Thu, Jun 25, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
ROCKY NECK ART COLONY Artist in Residence Gallery Talk

Fri, Jun26, 6:00PM
ROCKPORT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL “Prelude Lecture Series: Princeton University

Concert Series Director Nathan Randall”
Fri, Jun 26, 8:00 PM
ROCKPORT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL ” Biava String Quartet”

Sat, Jun 27, 10:00AM
ROCKPORT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL Free 45 Minute Concert “Biava String Quartet”

Sat, Jun 27, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
BEAUPORT, SLEEPER-MCCANN HOUSE ” Capturing Historic Houses” Sawyer Free

Library”
Sat, Jun 27, 8:00PM
ROCKPORT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL “Biava Quartet with Quynh Mguyen, Piano”

Tue, Jun 30, 8:00PM
ROCKPORT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL “Brasil Guitar Duo”

Sun, Jun 28, 5:00PM
ROCKPORT CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL “Boston Symphony Chamber Players”

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madfish

Madfish Grille FINALLY!!

“Mile 21″ on Friday, June 26 at 9:30pm.

“Hope Road” on Saturday, June 27 at 9:30pm.

“Reggae Sunday Night” on Sunday, June 28 at 8:30pm.

Rocky Neck

Gloucester

Exit 11 w/ Earl Foote (Gloucester till the end Fame) Captain Carlo’s Thursday JJ Nicastro Foundation Benefit Mike Lindberg Peter Malaquias Jim Frontiero Frank Gentile

Groove
Captain Carlos Friday Night
Get your groove On!

Earl Foote / Mike Lindberg / Peter Malaquias Camerons Saturday Night Earl’s Original Songbook Sorry Archie could not make it. His wife is in Labor in Florida.

GMG Local Music Schedule May 27 – May 31

Remember that 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.

Check out these sites for music around town-

Elliott’s

Latitude 43

Dog Bar

Rhumb Line

Capt. Carlo’s


THURSDAY MAY 28th

From Dave Sag on the Rhumb Line’s Thursday Night Blues Party-

This Thursday sees the triumphant return of two musical monsters: Keyboard millipede and vogalist xtremondo Mr. Joe Bargar and three-fisted drummber Mr. Joey Scrima. We have’nt seen Joey in awhile, due to a horrible inkjet printer accident and we’re happy to have a copy of him to flail the nite away. Joe, of course has been here more recently. He’s a busy guy and I’m glad to have him back once again. Look out for his gut-wrenching version of the classic “Drown in my own tears” : I’m bringin’ my hanky, and an EMT will be on call for those of you with heart problems. As  for the rest of us, Greg T. and I will be on duty, just tryin’ to keep up.
See you there!

FRIDAY MAY 29th

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SATURDAY MAY 30th

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SUNDAY MAY 31st

From Barbara and Al Boudreau

Barbara and Al Boudreau Jazz Quartet

Email: boudreaujazz@verizon.net

The Summer is about to begin and with it the usually greatJAZZ AT THE STUDIOsummer jazz concert series.

Thank you all so much for coming to last week’s concert with JON WHEATLEY & RALPH NORRIS. It was a smashing success. The place was packed and the joint was jumpin and we are looking forward to the show this week

May 31, with the Great Ted Casher. So mark your calendars for this wonderful evening of great jazz,fun and frivolity.Get your reservations in early as this is always an exciting evening of “ who knows what” We start at 5pm and go till 9. Hope to see ya’ll there as we miss all your smiling faces.

We will be having another great lineup for the Studio this season. I have a few new players added to the roster this year; Greg Abate will be coming as well as the new young lion; Mike Tucker, two exceptional sax players.

Looking forward to seeing and and goofing-off with you all this upcoming season…….Stay well……….Best,    Barb & AL

TED CASHER-SAX                  MARK CARLSEN-BASS   JACK SENIER-PIANO

AL BOUDREAU-DRUMS/VOCALS  BARB BOUDREAU-VOCALS

(978) 283-4123 or go to the website at:  boudreaujazz.com