MUSIC IN MASCONOMO PARK – SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
TONIGHT, Tuesday, July 9, 2013
HARBOR LOOP – SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Thursday, July 11, 2013
Sunday, July 14, 2013
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Well maybe all our talk about taking kids out to hear great music didn’t fall on deaf ears (pun intended). Plus there’s another bonus: the fact that some shows start early means you can get to more shows in one evening.
Weekend starts tonight with Just Like Newman at 7pm at Shea’s Riverside in Essex.
Dave Sag has been starting his Rhumb Line Blues Party at 8 instead of 9 for a couple of weeks now. This week he’s got Steve Chagaris & Justin Quinn Band. Check out this video from a few years ago:
Plus there are three excellent 9pm shows. See the complete live music schedule here.
This just in from Will Hunt:
Thanks to the generosity of musicians and audience, we raised over $400 for relief efforts in the Rockaways on Sunday night. Thanks also go out to the Hive and David Brooks, for providing the venue as well as the Van Ness Group, Joanne Silva, the Gloucester Times and the Beacon for helping publicize the event. Terrific musical performances were enjoyed by all. Ron Schrank, Allen and Dylan Estes, Guy Zacardi, the Satch Kerans Band, the Honky Tonk Women of Gloucester, Just Like Newman, the Gordonaires, Ed Sakurai, and finally the BFs kept things rocking until Cape Ann’s own hurricane survivor and New Orleans native Henri Smith, backed by Tucker Lindquist, Ira Levine, Janice Fullman and John Buckner, ended with a soulful and heartfelt rendition of “Wonderful World” that really drove the message home…we are all in this together.
Thanks again everyone for helping spread some love in a dangerous, but indeed wonderful world.
I don’t usually embed videos with commercials in them on GMG, but this one is worth it:
You heard it first on GMG: This just in from our friend Will Hunt:
Cape Ann musicians will perform at The Hive at 11 Pleasant Street in Gloucester from 4 p.m to midnight this Sunday, November 18, in a benefit for the Rockaways, the New York coastal community devastated by hurricane Sandy. Admission is free, but cash donations will be gratefully accepted. All proceeds will be donated to effective relief organizations already on the ground in the Rockaways.
Musicians scheduled to play as of today include Bradley Royds, the BFs, the Honky Tonk Women, Just Like Newman, the Buckners, Ron Schrank, Inge Berge
and Guy Zacardi. Many more will appear. A complete listing will be posted on gimmesound
as Sunday approaches.
Superstorm Sandy brings devastation to Far Rockaway (Mark Lennihan/AP)