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Dave Sag’s Blues Party Tonight with Evan Goodrow 8:30-11:30 The Rhumb Line 2.19.2015

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Dave says,

OK girls, lets get here pronto for the U.F.O. mass hysteria sighting of that age-old teen idol: Mr. Evan Goodrow.  Front man, Qatarist mais non oui, oui,This guy will have you rocking on your crutches with his marvelous renditions of cult classics, nouveau blues, and Transylvanian folk songs. I sure do admire this man’s dogged nerve and rubber determination. E.G. is one of our faves around these parts, and a splendid show is suspected. We’ve hauled in Mr. Benny Benson, Our Irish Ace of Pace®,  afloat since Dunkirk, to handle the the breast-beating. I’ll be on base, hoping for a sacrifice fly. So, put on that Hai-Karate® or Stetson™ and/or wrap dress (or Chinese shoes )and dance the night away while you think about yourself!

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http://www.evangoodrow.com/

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40 Railroad Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
(978) 283-9732

http://www.therhumbline.com/

You Spoke, We listened: Booker T. Jones is coming to the Larcom 2/21

Just before Christmas, we asked people whether we should bring Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Musicians Hall of Fame inductee, Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award recipient & the greatest Hammond B3 master of all time, BOOKER T. JONES, to Beverly’s Larcom Theatre.  Response was overwhelmingly positive, so we’ve done it and tickets are now on sale to the public, but they’re selling fast.  Get your tickets here and don’t miss out on Booker T.’s only New England appearance on this U.S. tour.  You may remember him from Booker T. and the M.G.’s, with hits like “Green Onions,” “Hang ‘Em High,” “Time Is Tight,” and “Melting Pot,”.  While at Stax Records, Booker T. also wrote “Born Under a Bad Sign” with William Bell, which was recorded in 1967 by Albert King and later by Cream and Jimi Hendrix and covered live by many others. Here’s Booker T’s powerful version with his excellent touring band!

And here’s Booker T. with Gary Clarke Jr. and John Mayer live at the 2013 Rock and Roll Induction Ceremony

Tonight the original Bandit Kings do it one more time!! The Rhumb Line at 930 Friday June 13th, 2014.

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I’d like to take the time to let you all know that June 13th will be my last show with the Bandit Kings. My last show with Safety will be at the end of the Summer.
It’s been an amazing run with incredibly talented musicians.
Music lovers, friends, and family, you continue to help make the magic happen.
I’ve been lucky to have many paths to follow, but it’s time for me to venture onto another.
Thank you so much for rocking with me, and I hope to see you on the dance floor!

AnnMarie

http://banditkings.com/

The Rhumb Line

 40 Railroad Avenue

Gloucester, Massachusetts

(978) 283-9732

http://www.therhumbline.com/

Lydia Warren Tonight @ The Dave Sag’s Thursday Blues Party! Time 8:30!

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Summer’s almost here! Yes, yes, Memorial Day weekend is upon us, and to celebrate, let’s have a ball! So here goes!
  This Thursday at the Rhumb line, welcome back Ms. Lydia Warren. Winner of many awards, this lady is known for her stinging guitar and plaintive vocals. She always wrecks the joint! She’s bringing along Mr. Ephraim Lowell, on drums and hopefully, Matt Kelly on gootar. We’ll see. Should be a blast.

Dave

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http://www.lydiawarren.com/Lydia_Warren/Oh,_hi.html

THE RHUMB LINE BAR & RESTAURANT
40 Railroad Ave.

Gloucester, MA 01930

phone: 978-283-9732

http://www.therhumbline.com/index.htm

Harbor Loop Concert Series 2013 ♪♫♪ Dented School Bus & Scarlet ♪♫♪ Chocktaw Rocket ♪♫♪ Tuukis 8.1.2013

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Dented School Bus

Theresa Gray

Frank Bernadini

John Donlon

John Silviera

Rick Geraghty

Walter Piscitello

Frank Hawks

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Scarlet

Theresa Gray

John Donlon

Rick Geraghty

Frank Hawks

 

Photos by Scott Blanchard

Choctaw Rocket

Tod Ellyson – Drums and Vocals
Paula Dion – Vocals and Percussion
Bill Foley – Vocals, Guitar, Harmonicas
Thomas Mitchell – Bass
Frank Hawks – Guitar

Photos by Joanne Silva

Tuukis

John Silviera

Brian White

Ron Mansfield

Rick Mansfield

Terri  Deveau

Photos by Scott Blanchard