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Chelsea Berry with Charlee Bianchini Old Sloop Coffee House Saturday, Nov. 1 @ 7:30pm

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Coming soon…
Not many tckets left for this event!
http://rockportucc.org/November01-2014.htm
Tickets can be purchased also at The Bookstore, 61 Main St. and Toad Hall Bookstore, Rockport, Ma.

http://www.chelseaberry.com/

http://www.charleebeth.com/

 

Dennis Brennan this Thursday night @ The Dave Sag’s Blues Party…The Rhumb Line 8:30pm 10.16.2014

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OK, kids, time to put your vibrating font of perpetual solipsism* away and pay attention to this: Dennis Brennan is coming to town.Yes, yes, when it comes to naked emotions it helps to have D around to befriend our eardrums and try to make a whole lotta sense with our paltry lives. Possibly the area’s most important raw mineral. And he’s breaking it up a little bit by using some other cats than we’re used to hearing.
Firstly, there’s Steve Sadler ,gourmand guitarist and everybody’s favorite studio cat. Knows Dennis’ every move from other gigs. And Forrest “Frosty” Padgett, who’s a big fave around here, on the eggbeaters. And me, too. I’m Dave Sag, and I approve this message.

 

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http://www.dennisbrennan.com/

Don’t forget next Monday afternoon: The Good Old Salty Jazz Band will be wheezing their hearts outs for you, the viewer, at The Rose Baker Senior Center. From 1 to 3, we’ll be playing all your favorite tin pan alley toons for the prune juice and joint replacement crowd. Join us for some great cane-tapping fun!

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Encore Vibrations with Glostafarians @ Mile Marker 1 8:00pm 10.17.2014

 

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We’ve been asked to do one more before they take down the tent. Come Dance with us one more time before Mile Marker One closes the tent for the season. Positive Vibrations all around.
with
Jeff Arcari, Brian King, Lori Perkins, Saeed Kobiakov, Heather Vallis Harhay, and Dan King

 

MM1_box75 Essex Ave.

Gloucester, Ma.

http://www.milemarkerone.com/

Tim Gartland ~ This Thursday Night ~The Dave Sag’s Blues Party @ The Rhumb Line featuringfrom 8:30 to 11:30 . 10.2.2014

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We’re cooking with gas this week as we break divine wind with the fabulous Mr. Tim Gartland. Buttery vocalist and smooth harp stylist, Tim has just released a new CD which should be selling like hotcakes cuz it is so good! Buy a copy and see for yourself!

Tim Gartland
We’ll be featuring the electrifying  guitar of Mr. Jon Ross to warm your soul as well as the the fine piano of Mr.Tom West, the most in demand guy in Boston. Been a long time since he’s been here and I’m really looking forward to it!  Skin pounding by our favorite plumbing magnate, Mr. Jeff Casper, the friendly drummer, and basest emotions by me complete the circuit. should be a great night!

 

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40 Railroad Ave
Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930
Phone (978) 283-9732

Website http://www.therhumbline.com

Wednesdays with Fly Amero @ The Rhumb Line~ Special Guest this week is Chick Marston 8:00pm – 11:00pm 9.24.2014

 

logo rlThis Wednesday’s Choice:
8oz Open Sirloin Sandwich w/Fries, or…
Jambalaya w/Rice & Garlic Bread $8.95!

Wednesday, September 24th
Special Guest: CHICK MARSTON!

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1968: Howard Marston, Jr. (a.k.a. “Chicklet”) seated with his parents in
resistance to the SSS and the U.S. involvement in Viet Nam.
When I first met Chick Marston, I was a young teenager.
My friends had told me I had to “see this guy play guitar”.
A gang of us rode in Jon Pope’s van to his house in Rockport.
Pope wanted to sell him a gorgeous metal-flake blue Fender
Stratocaster. Only thing was, Chick had never touched an
electric guitar in his entire life! I watched while he fumbled
all over the thing and wondered what all the hoopla was about.
But it wasn’t long after that I got to hear him play his nineteen
thirty-something Martin and simply sat in awe. And, soon after
that, he was making national news, courageously refusing
induction into the Army and its gross, immoral war – his beloved
and highly intelligent father and mother by his side all the way.
He was my hero. Our hero. I wonder how many local residents
know about this little chunk of American History. You want an
interesting read? Check the link below this paragraph. But
meanwhile, it is my honor to have “Chicklet” Marston as musical
guest at the Rhumb Line this Wednesday night. We have a total
blast every single time we play together. I see no reason for that
to change now… not after all these years. ~ Fly
http://bostonlocaltv.org/blog/2014/01/howard-marston-and-the-draft-resistance-movement/

Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
Dave Trooper’s Kitchen…
Homemade Meatloaf Dinner
Prepared fresh weekly by “Troop”… always good!
8oz Open Sirloin Sandwich w/Fries, or…
Jambalaya w/Rice & Garlic Bread $8.95!

Plus – Check out Fred’s rockin’ wine menu!
Upcoming…
10/01: Orville Giddings

10/08: Charlee Bianchini

10/15: Ron Schrank

Visit: http://www.therhumbline.com/
Looking forward……to seeing you there! :-) ~ Fly

Fish Cakes & Beans & Trupiano’s Sausage Brunch at the Rockport Farmers Market!

Tomorrow, from 10am until supplies run out: a traditional fish cakes & beans, along with Trupiano’s sausage, served fresh at the Rockport Farmers Market. Proceeds benefit the market. The brunch features Cape Ann’s heritage food. A big thank you to Rockport Farmers Market vendors Mike & Grace from Trupiano’s Sausage and Tim & Ruth Sullivan of Sullivan’s Sugarhouse, along with food writer Heather Atwood for providing the food for tomorrow’s brunch!

RFMcodcakes2014About that Fish Cakes & Bean Brunch…
Tim & Ruth Sullivan are Rockport Farmers Market vendors, selling their own maple syrup each week. Tim knows a lot about fishing and lobstering in New England, having experienced a considerable amount of both growing up in Lanesville.

Tim gives a little background on the traditional Fish Cakes & Beans meal:
“In coastal areas, especially commercial fishing areas like Gloucester or Cape Cod, Maine, and the Maritimes, fish cakes are a staple of a traditional New England hearty breakfast. These are usually made from a flaky white-meat fish, such as cod or scrod, breaded and pan-fried to give them a delicate golden, crispy crust. They are truly scrumptious!  While baked beans are sometimes also a part of the traditional ‘Full English’ breakfast, Boston baked beans have a secret ingredient that gives them a deeper sweetness: molasses. The other secret to great Boston baked beans is slow cooking. The early colonists would make these beans in heavy ceramic beanpots, place them in the banked fire of their hearths on Saturday night, and let them slowly cook overnight until the Sunday breakfast. Ours will be on Saturday morning of course, and we have another secret ingredient…maple syrup!

For more on the history of cooking beans in the traditional way, check out this article from The Fisherman’s Voice.

Wednesdays with Fly Amero ~ Special guest this week is Bill Gleason! 8pm – 11pm

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Wednesday Only:
Prime Rib, $11.95!
(while they last)

Wednesday, September 3rd
Special Guest:
BILL GLEASON!!!

The straight and natchel blues.  Pure and simple.  Gleason
is the real deal, folks! ~ Fly
Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
Dave Trooper’s Kitchen…
Prime Rib, $11.95!(while they last)
Prepared fresh weekly by “Troop”… always good!
Plus – Check out Fred’s rockin’ wine menu!
Next week…
JB Amero (w/David Brown)

Visit: http://www.therhumbline.com/
Looking forward…
…to seeing you there!  :-) ~ Fly

Chelsea Berry Gloucester show on Friday, July 25!

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Photo by Louise

 

Writing all of you fabulous Cape Ann folks to remind you that my summer show in Gloucester is coming up in 3 weeks!

We have rented the event tent at the Cape Ann Marina (at Mile Marker on 133) and the entire tent will be theater row seating with the exception of cabaret seating up front (cabaret table seats 4 and ticket price includes a bottle of Prosecco!).

Renee & Joe are opening and then I’ll do an acoustic set, followed by a full band set with Renee DuPuis on keys and backup vocals, Joe Cardoza on bass, Dennis Monagle on drums, and Brendan Burns (amazingly talented Somerville guitarist) on lead guitar.

You can buy tickets online ahttp://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/709321 or in person at Mile Marker 1. Seating is general admission.

This is a one night event so if you plan to attend, please buy your tickets early! We won’t add a second show if we sell out (and I think we will)!

On a side note, I want to take the opportunity to sincerely thank you all for the support you have shown me since moving to Gloucester. Six years ago I began playing open mics at Cameron’s, the Pleasant St. Tea Company, the Rhumb Line, Dog Bar… now most of my shows are in listening rooms and out of state! I’ve worked hard to get here but there is no question in my mind that there is no way I’d be where I am in my career if it weren’t for you. The support system that Gloucester offers to musicians is something truly unique and amazing. It really is because of you that all of these wonderful opportunities have come my way… so thank you, thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Really hope to see you all on July 25!!

Love,
Chelsea

http://www.chelseaberry.com/

http://www.milemarkerone.com/

Wednesdays with Fly Amero ~ This weeks special guest is Charlee Bianchini.

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This Week:
Fresh Grilled Salmon, $11.95!

Wednesday, June 25th
Special Guest: 
CHARLEE BIANCHINI!
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Sheila Roberts Orlando

We are so long overdue to have the sweet, talented Charlee
Bianchini as Wednesday’s guest at the Rhumb Line. ~ Fly
From her website: Growing up in a house filled with folk
music, bluegrass and jazz, Charlee has been singing since she
could remember. She started playing the guitar when she was
five years old, and after learning the basics, she chose to pursueclassical guitar.  She has studied with the accomplished, Anthony Weller, among others, and she continues studying both classicaland folk/rock finger-picking techniques.  Charlee has beenperforming professionally for four years now, mainly in andaround New England. Her music could be described asacoustic, folk/indie-rock. Her favorite artists include, Jeff Buckley, Alison Krauss, Joni Mitchell, Nina Simone, Joan Baez, Patsy Cline, Phoebe Snow, Fleetwood Mac, The Talking Heads, and BonnieRaitt among so many others.
Visit: http://www.charleebeth.com/
Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
Dave Trooper’s Kitchen…
Fresh Grilled Salmon, $11.95!
Prepared fresh weekly by “Troop”… always good!
Plus – Check out Fred’s rockin’ wine menu!
Upcoming…
7/02 – Alexandra Valenti
Alexandra
Visit: http://www.therhumbline.com/
Looking forward…
…to seeing you there!  :-) ~ Fly

 

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