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OK, if you haven’t heard Joe Wilkins, it’s time. Don’t let his pleasant, unassuming personality fool you. This guy is a powerhouse talent, whose songs paint vivid pictures in your head, so you might not notice just how good he is on guitar. You can see him on Local Music Seen with Allen Estes tomorrow (WED) at 6:30pm on Cape Ann TV Channel 12. Then bop over to Giuseppe’s and catch him live with Chris Langathianos.
If you miss tomorrow, you can see him with Joe Cardoza on bass and Leo Ciamitaro on drums at Dog Bar for a Fiesta Friday party. And if you’re in the mood for something more quiet, catch solo him at The Landing on Saturday. See full live music schedule here.
Listen to this from Local Music Seen:
Watch what happens at 1:16 in this video and you’ll get why he’s a pro. See more Joe Wilkins videos here.
Come Monday morning, there’s simply no excuse for not knowing who this rising star is. Before you know it Joe Wilkins will be on tour in Europe or Asia and you’ll have missed your chance to see him in an intimate venue serving good food in your own back yard FOR FREE!
GloucesterCast 4/30/13 With Host Joey Ciaramitaro and Guest Chamber CEO Robert Heidt
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Kudos to all the venue owners who opened up last night and are opening today — and to the performers who got themselves shoveled out and on stage so we can celebrate NEMO with music!
Landing is open again tonight and Will Hunt will host an open mic.
Gloucester’s parking ban will be lifted at 6:00 tonight, so we can all get out and party. Several shows are cancelled, but there’s still plenty to do thanks to our intrepid venue owners and performers. See the updated live music schedule here (it lists cancellations as well as show that are still on).
School may be closed tomorrow, but the show must go on . . .