Monday, June 1, 2009

Spider John Koerner w/ Elizabeth Butters, Somerville, 6/5

notloB Folk Concerts
Bringing traditional American, Canadian, British, and Celtic folk, American folk revival, world, blues, roots and bluegrass/newgrass music to Arlington, Newton and Somerville

"In this era of pop-driven acoustic music, notloB is keeping the folk tradition alive."
~ Jack Hardy

Friday, June 5
Spider John Koerner

w/ Elizabeth Butters

Suggested minimum donation is $15 or $12.50 if a reservation emailed to notlobreservations (at) is made at least 24 hours prior to the concert.

About the series.

notloB Concerts are volunteer run and not for profit. Whether presented at historic and intimate museum houses like the Loring-Greenough House in Jamaica Plain or the Jackson Homestead in Newton, or at one of several church venues, or at private residences, all are run as house concerts where, after expenses, 100% of the patrons' donations go to the artists. More information about the concert series can be found at the notloB website,

Dinner and a show!
Phone ahead for reservations ~ 781-648-8882, present your printed reservation confirmation and get 10% off your dinner check at House of Tibet Kitchen, 235 Holland Street, Somerville, Ma 02144. Reservations recommended - 617-629-7567. And desert! Members of the Unity Church of God Church will be providing pastries, teas and coffee, so save room for desert.

Future Concerts
6/19 ~ Newton; Minimalist, down-tempo blues ~ Brendan Hogan & Frank Morey
7/11 ~ Newton; Pre-war & country blues ~ Marylou Ferrante & US Sam
8/15 ~ Newton; Spoken word, poetry & folk ~ Tim Mason & Tom Begich

To make a reservation or get more information, send an email to notlobreservations (at)


6/2 - Live in studio interview on Eli Polonsky's "Lost and Found" (noon-2pm), about 12:30pm eastern for 1/2 hour at least, WMBR Cambridge, 88.1FM streaming online at

6/3 ~ Live in studio interview with Dave Palmater, 2pm, WUMB Boston, 91.7 FM, streaming online at

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