Tuesday, April 13, 2010


notloB Folk Concerts



Saturday, April 17, 2010
7:30pm - 9:30pm
Loring Greenough House
12 South Street
Jamaica Plain, MA

After a two year hiatus, notloB returns to its first home, the historic (c. 1760) Loring Greenough House in Jamaica Plain!

Tri specializes in foot tapping Celtic folk music, excelling at the music, song and dance of Nova Scotia.

Nimbly handling fiddle duties is Doug Lamey. Doug, grandson of Boston fiddling legend Bill Lamey, is one of the area's most sought after Celtic fiddlers. Doug has studied with some of the greats from the Cape Breton tradition (Buddy MacMaster) and Irish scene (Tommy Peoples). http://www.douglamey.com/

With the addition of award winning bagpiper Matthew Phelps, the band's musical horizons have expanded in countless ways. For more on Matt visit: http://www.massbagpiper.com/

Cliff McGann, the band's MC, plays guitar, tin whistle and sings in both English and Scottish Gaelic. He has a Masters degree in Folklore from Memorial University of Newfoundland.

Suggested donation $15- at the door; $12- if reservation is made at least 24 hours in advance and Tuesday Club members; $10- for students and seniors; $30- max for families. Addition of a $1/person “preservation fee” that goes to the LG House.

Seating is limited to 45, reservations are strongly recommended -
notlobreservations @ gmail.com

notloB Folk Concerts (Somerville, Newton and Jamaica Plain) are volunteer run and not for profit. Dedicated volunteers may apply at notlobreservations @ gmail.com

Mailing list ~ http://groups.google.com/group/notlobmusic
Facebook ~ http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=38565709718&ref=ts

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

“"From a musician's perspective, I really appreciate the effort Jeff puts into his shows. Nobody on the Boston folk scene works harder to pull a concert together."
~ Alastair Moock, in an article written by Jonathan Perry, published in The Boston Globe

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