We can’t believe it’s been 5 years since we’ve hosted this Boston-based trio, featuring Ethan Robbins on guitar and Ariel Bernstein on percussion. Contact Tim at email@example.com to reserve a seat for Cold Chocolate on 8/10/19. Potluck at 6; Music at 7.
Colebrook Road will be at Chestnut House Concerts on Saturday, April 13 (sold out) and again on Sunday, April 14 (sold out). The Sunday show is at 6 pm with a potluck at 5 pm, a variation from the regular schedule. You can read about this emerging bluegrass band in this No Depression article
Contact Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org for one of the few remaining seats…and no, we’re not opening a Monday show – though I’m certain we could fill it.
All one needs to do is a simple internet search on Kristin Andreassen to discover that she is a strong believer in musical collaboration. Videos of Kristin with other performers are plentiful, for example The Stray Birds, Aoife O’donovan, Sarah Jarosz, Chris Eldridge, and Jefferson Hamer
Andreassen, now living in Nashville, toured world stages as a singer and percussive dancer with the renowned stringband Uncle Earl and will be at Chestnut House Concerts on Friday, March 15, 2019 with Dr. Kari Groff. Kari Groff is well-known in NYC and beyond for her warm and genuine approach to young patients, drawing on years of experience as both a respected physician and a raging old time fiddler in the joyful music she creates.
To RSVP contact Tim at email@example.com and mention the number of seats to reserve.
“The Mammals are Ruth Ungar, Mike Merenda, and a cohort of compelling collaborators who form a touring quintet on the fiddle, banjo, guitar, organ, bass, and drums. Identifying as “subversive acoustic traditionalists” or a “party band with a conscience,” The Mammals re-emerged from a hibernation period during-which the band’s founders explored new songwriting terrain. “The Mammals don’t suffer from multiple genre syndrome, they celebrate it as if gleefully aware that the sound barriers separating old-timey music, vintage pop and contemporary folk are as permeable as cotton.” – Washington Post
RSVP with Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org and note the number of seats you would like reserved. Potluck at 6 pm, Music at 7 pm.
With a tight grasp on the music that embraces the swing tradition, Quinn Bachand’s Brishen takes audiences on an inventive quest, which through its technical virtuosity, brings together a spellbinding range of musical history to reinvent the categories of swing jazz, pop and country, celebrating the music of the ‘30s, up to and including the ‘60s. Quinn Bachand’s Brishen creates a space where virtuosity meets vibe, leaving you with a sense of jubilance and nostalgia.
RSVP with Tim at email@example.com for the January 30 show. Music at 7:00 pm, Potluck at 6:00 pm.