Open Mic
Jun
18
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right))

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Sunday Open Mic Featuring Juvenal!
Jun
23
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic Featuring Juvenal!

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

Contact aaron@mushroommusicians.com for more information or booking as an open mic feature.

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Open Mic
Jun
25
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right)

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Sunday Open Mic Featuring Catherine Swan!
Jun
30
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic Featuring Catherine Swan!

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

Contact aaron@mushroommusicians.com for more information or booking as an open mic feature.

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Open Mic
Jul
2
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right))

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Brickhouse Music Series: Bluegrass/Americana with The Splinters and CrossTracks!
Jul
6
7:30 PM19:30

Brickhouse Music Series: Bluegrass/Americana with The Splinters and CrossTracks!

The Brickhouse Music Series brings in acts of all types: solo acoustic, electronic experimental, full rock bands, etc..
Hosted by Mark Abare

Tonight:
The Splinters https://www.splintersmusic.com/

Infectious bluegrass for the 21st century. Great, old songs are taking on a new life with The Splinters, featuring vocal harmonies and blazing instrumentals. Influenced by traditional bluegrass, swing, with a little bit of rock and roll, The Splinters produce a unique interpretation of this timeless material.


CrossTracks
https://crosstracksband.com/

CrossTracks is an Americana band. They play blues, folk, jug, bluegrass, old (real) country, and all points in between.


There WILL be a jam immediately after performance! Bring Your Instruments!!


$10

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Sunday Open Mic
Jul
7
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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Open Mic
Jul
9
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right))

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Brickhouse Music Series: Matt and the Skeleton Crew, Maddy Roop, and Oakland!
Jul
12
7:30 PM19:30

Brickhouse Music Series: Matt and the Skeleton Crew, Maddy Roop, and Oakland!

The Brickhouse Music Series brings in acts of all types: solo acoustic, electronic experimental, full rock bands, etc..
Hosted by Mark Abare

Matt and the Skeleton Crew https://www.facebook.com/mattandtheskeletoncrew/

Matt and the Skeleton Crew is the indie pop/rock project of Boston-based songwriter, Matt Silverstein. At the helm as the primary writer, instrumentalist and mix engineer, Matt Silverstein creates songs that blend imaginative, sinuous arrangements with hook-laden melodies and intimate lyrics.

Maddy Roop  maddyroop.com.

Maddy Roop is a Boston based rock inspired singer songwriter and musician. The rock/alternative rock genre does not fully describe the soulful and inspiring music Maddy creates.  
Maddy will be doing an acoustic set with the help of her percussionist, Dani Fortner.

Oakland www.facebook.com/pg/oxklxnd/

Indie-pop band from the suburbs of Massachusetts.


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Monthly Mind Meld featuring Karen Zanes!
Jul
13
8:00 PM20:00

Monthly Mind Meld featuring Karen Zanes!

Music could be punk, maybe psychedelic, experimental, rock, or any type!!

A/V performances also, film nights etc also!

Tonight:

Karen Zanes https://karenzanes.bandcamp.com/

From Karen’s web bio: “Karen Zanes is a singer, songwriter and guitarist from the Boston/Cambridge area. In addition to her solo project, she is a contributing member of the experimental / noise/ psych / electronica project, Violet Nox. Other affiliated projects include The Freeways, Ghost Machine Noise, Second Day Venom.”

$10

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Sunday Open Mic
Jul
14
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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 Open Mic
Jul
16
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right))

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 Sunday Open Mic
Jul
21
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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Open Mic
Jul
23
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right))

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Brickhouse Music Series: Singer/Songwriters JBJ and 3@Home!
Jul
26
8:00 PM20:00

Brickhouse Music Series: Singer/Songwriters JBJ and 3@Home!

The Brickhouse Music Series brings in acts of all types: solo acoustic, electronic experimental, full rock bands, etc..

Hosted by Mark Abare

Tonight:

JBJ https://jbjmusic.org/home

From JBJ’s web bio: ”JBJ, a singer/songwriter from Boston… Originally from Texas, JBJ's life as a musician began at a young age as a drummer in his father's church... Although he plays all the instruments on his albums, JBJ hand-picks a group of seasoned musicians to play his music (as well as choice covers) for live gigs. This group of passionate musicians with different backgrounds and styles make up JBJ's band, Blended Family. JBJ's wild, yet melodic voice (“like sipping whiskey in vocal form” - says George Woods  from Lizard Lounge) and mastery of his incredible range from a low rumble to a haunting falsetto and soul-filled performance, command the attention of any room. As a solo artist or with his band, JBJ will bring a passion to all of his performances. He says he plans on making music until "he is all out".”

3@Home

$10

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Sunday Open Mic
Jul
28
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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Sunday Open Mic
Aug
4
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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Open Mic
Aug
6
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right)

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Annabelle's Revival and Bluegrass Jam
Aug
9
8:00 PM20:00

Annabelle's Revival and Bluegrass Jam

Annabelle's Revival came together from a couple of friends who met while jamming, as so many groups do. And now they're ready to take their love of traditional and modern bluegrass with a mix of other styles on the road - or at least as far as The Hearing Room!

After the performance will be a jam! Bring your instruments!!

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DRONE NIGHT IX: NAVAGRAHA
Aug
10
8:00 PM20:00

DRONE NIGHT IX: NAVAGRAHA

Join us for a wondrous sonic journey.

Come participate and contribute to two hours of non-stop continuous drone!

Free and open-to-the-public.

You are encouraged to bring an instrument, gizmos, gadgets, circuit-bent toys, shruti boxes, your voice, bagpipes, violins, oboes, ouds, tubas, mizmars, double-basses or what-have-you to help contribute to the central cosmic drone.

Or just come and listen! Or dance. Or meditate. Feel free to come for the whole thing or just a portion.

Come to The Hearing Room in Lowell August 10th 8-10pm

Donations to the space gladly accepted. Feel free to bring a friend!

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Sunday Open Mic
Aug
11
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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Open Mic
Aug
13
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right)

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 Sunday Open Mic
Aug
18
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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Open Mic
Aug
20
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right)

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Brickhouse Music Series: Singer/Songwriter
Aug
24
8:00 PM20:00

Brickhouse Music Series: Singer/Songwriter

The Brickhouse Music Series brings in acts of all types: solo acoustic, electronic experimental, full rock bands, etc..
Hosted by Mark Abare

A Co-bill tonight

First is Christine Elise, a wonderful singer-songwriter from Boston, MA

Followed by Joe Folan

Joe has been playing, writing, and teaching music for over a decade. He has played in big bands, jazz combos, indie rock bands, classic and contemporary cover bands etc.

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Sunday Open Mic
Aug
25
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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Open Mic
Aug
27
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right)

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Medieval Blues Guitar - Claude Bourbon    Opening Act TBA
Sep
28
7:00 PM19:00

Medieval Blues Guitar - Claude Bourbon Opening Act TBA

Medieval & Spanish blues

Guitar & Songs

Ready for a unique and talented take on a wide range of musical traditions? Claude Bourbon is known throughout Europe and America for amazing guitar performances that take blues, Spanish, and Middle Eastern stylings into uncharted territories.

Claude’s inimitable style incorporates all five digits on each hand dancing independently but in unison, plucking, picking and strumming at such speed and precision that his fingers often seem to melt into a blur. Thousands of people in the UK, Europe and USA have enjoyed listening to this virtuoso and for the majority of his audience it is an experience that compels them to return again and again to hear and watch him play, as his fingers lightly dance over the strings of his guitar and create a unique sound that is ’Claude’.

It is very hard to describe the almost endless amalgam of different influences in Claude's playing, all melting into each other, as he moves from classical openings, across a whole continent of cultural roots, from the Balearic’s to the Balkans, and then across to the Mississippi Delta, and shoehorned into all that is music that would not have been out of place in the courts of Emperors and Kings. 

Claude Bourbon weaved his songs through the audience as if on a journey through life taking in different flavours of Europe and beyond. His Spanish medieval blues evolved into Gypsy, Eastern European, with a splash of Paco de Lucia, Delta Blues and more. Holding audience attention under a musical spell.

It's not easy to begin to describe the breadth or mastery of the music you will hear if you are fortunate to catch one of Claude’s gigs, it is a sort of sensory experience like no other. A top master of his craft and never appearing to be rushed, he has impeccable timing and makes things that one can only marvel at seem simple.

Now based in the UK, some of this guitarists’ influences allow us a fascinating insight into this remarkable musician; Paco De Lucia: Deep Purple’s Richie Blackmore; Joaquin Rodrigo; JJ Cale; JS Bach….

Claude has played countless venues, including Glastonbury Festival, Isle of Wight Festival, Colne Great British & Blues Festival, Rock O'Z Arene, Avenches, Switzerland, among others. He has shared the stage in Europe and the USA with countless musicians, Calvin Russel, Charlie Morgan (Elton John, Gary Moore), Jan Akkerman (Focus), Steve Grossman (Miles Davis), Herbie Armstrong ( Van Morisson), Jose barrense Dias and many more.

Experience an evening of exploration in the unique ambiance of the Thumb!

Claude's official website : www.claudebourbon.org

$15

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Brickhouse Music Series: Bluegrass/Americana
Oct
26
8:00 PM20:00

Brickhouse Music Series: Bluegrass/Americana

The Brickhouse Music Series brings in acts of all types: solo acoustic, electronic experimental, full rock bands, etc..
Hosted by Mark Abare

Tonight:
THE REVENANTS

Bluegrass Gospel Project alums Taylor Armerding, Andy Greene, and Kirk Lord have come together to present original, time-honored, and contemporary Americana music to venues throughout New England. 

revenantsband.com

Advance tickets only $10 - Tickets at door $15

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The Root Cellar
Nov
2
8:00 PM20:00

The Root Cellar

Monthly show series with performers of Appalachia music, Blues, Bluegrass, Country Blues, Mountain, High Lonesome, Old Time, etc..

This month’s performer: BLUE TRAIN

Blue Train coasts along the railway powered by a solid bluegrass foundation. Along the line it travels through distant stations ranging from Texas Swing to Parisian Gypsy Jazz.

https://www.facebook.com/bluetrainbluegrass/

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Brickhouse Music Series: The Low in Between
Nov
8
8:00 PM20:00

Brickhouse Music Series: The Low in Between

The Brickhouse Music Series brings in acts of all types: solo acoustic, electronic experimental, full rock bands, etc..
Hosted by Mark Abare

The Low In Between is a roots rock band from Boston, MA led by songwriter Rich Podgur. David Hinckley (guitar) and Ed Spargo (bass) are the vehicle in which Podgur's songs are driven to frontiers both calm and familiar to desolate and unsettling. These songs aim to find their own place in the canon of great American singer songwriters.

https://thelowinbetween.com/band


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The Root Cellar
Jan
4
8:00 PM20:00

The Root Cellar

Monthly show series with performers of Appalachia music, Blues, Bluegrass, Country Blues, Mountain, High Lonesome, Old Time, etc..

This month’s performer: BUSTED JUG BAND

http://www.thebustedjugband.com/

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8lAy7Yo47o

Played by men in top hats and derbies. The Busted Jug Band's music is a festive romp through time featuring group vocals, swinging rhythms and novel instrumentation. Inspired by the street bands of the early 20th Century, the group features kazoos, washboard, mandolin, banjo-uke, washtub bass, harmonica, accordion, jug, rhythm bones, National guitar, slide whistle and bicycle horns. The group plays music of the classic black Jug Bands and String Bands of Memphis and Mississippi, and small Swing Bands and vocal groups of New Orleans and the Urban North. Country Blues, novelty songs, standards, early Jazz and Hillbilly music are some of the styles featured.

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Sunday Open Mic
Jun
16
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

Contact aaron@mushroommusicians.com for more information or booking as an open mic feature.

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Brickhouse Music Series: Joel Cage
Jun
14
8:00 PM20:00

Brickhouse Music Series: Joel Cage

The Brickhouse Music Series brings in acts of all types: solo acoustic, electronic experimental, full rock bands, etc..
Hosted by Mark Abare

JOEL CAGE is an award winning veteran singer/songwriter from Boston. Once a member of the internationally acclaimed rock & roll group Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes, Joel has been performing regionally and nationally as a soloist for the past 2 decades.

 www.joelcage.com. 

$12

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Open Mic
Jun
11
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! All performers please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right)

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Sunday Open Mic featuring Ric Page
Jun
9
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic featuring Ric Page

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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Jun
8
7:00 PM19:00

Mind Meld with Joseph Allred, Robert Noyes, Noell Dorsey

Rob Noyes: Rob Noyes has been on the Eastern Massachusetts scene for a while, but what we've heard him play is music from within the context of electric bands, most of whom are loud as hell and exist somewhere along the rim of the post-core continuum. More recently, Rob has taken to displaying his solo acoustic guitar chops and they are massive. Like Western Mass's Tony Pasquarosa, who mines the same widely-variant style-pits, Rob's approach to acoustic playing resembles his electric work only through shared-belief-in-a-strong-downstroke. On the way to developing his own compositional/performance approach, Noyes sometimes seems to have absorbed an almost infinite reservoir of influences. Apart from some superb Basho-like 12-string tunneling, most momentary fragments tend to recall legendary Limeys like John Renbourn (and through him, Davey Graham), because Rob's overt melodic structures tend towards the non-bluesoid.

Joseph Allred Joseph Allred fits the guitar soli realm perfectly, fully embodying the guitar loner typecast. From what I’ve read about Robbie Basho, he was a bit of a loner himself with his focus set firmly on spirituality and religious practice. Allred falls in line with Basho not only in his 12 string playing that clearly has a leaning towards Eastern musical traditions and droning free form raga that flows out in such a natural, uninhibited way but also in his educational background in Philosophy and Religious studies. Many acoustic guitarists who work in the American Primitive tradition also delve into avant-garde and experimental music. Jack Rose and Glenn Jones both started out in bands heavy into improv, Marisa Anderson played in a free jazz group, and Ben Chasny punishes his electric guitar—and listeners—as often as he finger-picks. Sir Richard Bishop has an album called Graviton Polarity Generator that sounds like its title. Jim O’Rourke has made just about every kind of noise you can imagine, and on and on. Allred has lived in Knoxville off and on over the last decade or so; attending the University of Tennessee, he moved to the small mining community in Overton County, outside of Cookeville.

Noell Dorsey is a classically trained singer and experimental vocalist based in Somerville MA. She is 1/6th member of psych-rock outfit Major Stars and is an active improviser in the Boston area. She recently performed Tony Conrad’s ‘Music for performers and Tape’ as part of the Tony Conrad retrospective at MIT Visual Arts Center and ‘Terms and Conditions’ a sound collaboration with Kevin Micka at Bromfield Gallery.

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Kim Moberg and Sweet Wednesday in Concert! Presented by Mushroom Musicians
Jun
7
8:00 PM20:00

Kim Moberg and Sweet Wednesday in Concert! Presented by Mushroom Musicians

Join us for an evening of music with Kim Moberg and Sweet Wednesday

“Kim Moberg is an award winning singer, songwriter and musician in the Folk/Americana genre. A self taught, finger pick style acoustic guitarist, Kim's passionate and heartfelt vocals mesmerize listeners while her compositions tug at feelings of melancholy, heartbreak, healing and social consciousness.” From https://www.kimmobergmusic.com/ Visit her website for more!

“From the moment singer/songwriters Dave Falk and Lisa Housman met, they knew there was a songwriting, performing chemistry at work. Since forming Sweet Wednesday in 2006, the duo has released four albums to critical acclaim, toured extensively as an acoustic duo and with their full band, and been featured on radio and television programs throughout the U.S. and abroad. In addition to inspiring fans near and far, Sweet Wednesday has been the recipient of several songwriting awards…” From https://www.sweetwednesday.com/ Visit their website for more!

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Open Mic
Jun
4
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! Comics welcome, too, however, please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right)

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Sunday Open Mic
Jun
2
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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Pretty Saro
Jun
1
8:00 PM20:00

Pretty Saro

Pretty Saro, burst into the Boston bluegrass scene in early 2016, shaking up the definition of American roots music. Since then the four-piece string band has crafting their invigorating blend of contemporary songwriting, burnin’ bluegrass traditionals, and pop sensibilities into a sound that is uniquely their own.
www.prettysaro.com

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Mushroom Musicians Presents Sandy and Rich Riccardi
May
31
8:00 PM20:00

Mushroom Musicians Presents Sandy and Rich Riccardi

Sandy and Rich Riccardi

"MY NEW FAVORITE SINGING SONGWRITING TEAM!!! ~ Rosie O'Donnell

"Two leaders of the Trump Resistance, Cabaret Division"` Cabaret Scenes Magazine

"Musical Genius" ~ NY Magazine

"Brilliant" ~ The London Evening Standard

"Parody we never knew we needed"~ NowThis Politics

"Together, Sandy and Richard Riccardi made one hell of a rib-tickling and satisfying cabaret night out." ~Peter Leavy, Cabaret Scenes Magazine

Combining comedy cabaret with progressive political parody, Sandy and Richard Riccardi have over 50 million views on social media (including "Tiki Torch Nazis" and "Boy From Mar-a-Lago") and will be performing their all-comedy, progressive show of raucous political satirical snarkasm. Their songs have been featured in New York Magazine Online, The London Evening Standard Online, NowThis Politics, ATTN: Online, Queerty online magazine, the Dr. Demento Show, GayRadio, Washington Post Online, and more. They perform yearly at the Metropolitan Room (now Triad) in NYC, Germano's Cabaret in Baltimore, and several times a year at Society Cabaret in San Francisco as well as standing bookings at theaters all over California, Cape Cod, Colorado, Maryland, North Carolina and many more.

Retweeted by JK Rowling, RiotWomenn, Rosie O'Donnell, Qasim Rashid and many more!

Bios:

Richard Riccardi has played for such greats as Joel Grey, Martha Raye, Diahann Carroll, Tom Jones, Wesla Whitfield and Mel Torme,was associate conductor for the Third National Broadway Tour of Annie, and has played for the SF Symphony, Opera and Ballet, frequently records at Skywalker Ranch for movies and video games, and it is entirely possible he's the guy playing piano on your ringtones. Sandy spent 11 years in NYC doing musical theater and light opera with NY Gilbert and Sullivan Players, Westchester Broadway Theater and many more. They have taken social media by storm with their parodies and original comedy songs, with over 50 million hits and  over 90,000 followers.

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Open Mic
May
28
7:00 PM19:00

Open Mic

Community open mic in a supportive listening environment. All ages/skill levels/genres welcome! Comics welcome, too, however, please keep in mind that this is a family venue.

$5 suggested donation.

Happens every week! Hosted either by Rick Cande (pictured left), or Hugh McQueen - (pictured right)

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Sunday Open Mic
May
26
2:00 PM14:00

Sunday Open Mic

Every Sunday and hosted by Aaron Tornberg of Mushroom Musicians (pictured). We play "in the round," meaning we play one song each in a circle, facing each other on the floor. There is a microphone and DI for a guitar that we pass around. The in the round portion runs 2-3pm, followed by a different featured performer every week for 30-45 minutes and closing with more in the round performance by the open mic participants until 5PM.

There is always a great feature! Come on down and check it out!

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