Thursday, March 27, 2014

10 String Symphony and Tattletale Saints Arrive in New England

10 String Symphony and Tattletale Saints, on a tour of New Zealand and now the USA, have reached Boston!

Sunday, March 30, 2014
please note the date change
Doors 6:30, Concert 7:00
The concert will be presented at a private residence just outside of Cambridge.
Suggested donation is $15pp student, $20pp regular 
(more if you can, less if you cannot)
Send an email to, upon receipt notloB will reply with additional information.

10 String Symphony
“When each song ended, the two pressed tight into their microphones, savoring the last strains of the harmony – and even the bartenders seemed to be leaning forward breathlessly, awaiting someone to clap first.  Their self titled recording aptly demonstrates the power of a spare, tightly-connected acoustic performance that is given room to evolve – for bluegrass fans, the lightning-fast harmonic runs on dueling fiddle is worth the price of admission alone. But it’s the off the road experiments, especially from Christian’s biting bow-strokes that will make future audiences take note.”   -Z. N. LUPETIN, The Bluegrass Situation
“The fiddle playing from both Sedelmyer and Baiman is beautiful, articulate, expressive, and their synchronicity is compelling.  Baiman’s clawhammer work is tastefully gentle as well, and Sedelmyer’s improvisational work is a wonderful balance of the traditional mountain music fused with contemporary harmonic and rhythmic influences that make for a great listen. Their vocals are equally impressive, capturing that far away feeling so loved in folk music, and when set against the texture of the two fiddles (or fiddle and banjo), it is easy to get lost in this record.”                                                   –The AcoustiCana Journal
The Nashville music scene is a famous home for world-class side musicians, as well as a plethora of legendary songwriters.  Now it presents us with a duo that combines the best of both worlds, skilled instrumentalists with an incredible amount of soul and a love of great songs.
10 String Symphony is an arena for mesmerizing acoustic innovation.  Although difficult to categorize, their music is instantly recognizable as a blend of two distinct but equally vivacious musical voices, encompassing “aggressive, almost discordant, celtic and dare I say punky string-chording experimentations” (The Bluegrass Situation).  Vocally, Rachel Baiman and Christian Sedelmyer lock in seamlessly, and their vocal duets often take center stage despite the fact that they are self-described fiddle players.
 Sedelmyer (Formerly of the Farewell Drifters) and Baiman (Formerly of Belfry Fellows) met in Nashville, and realized a mutual love for the range and depth of the 5-String fiddle.  Their desire to see just how far a two-fiddle, two-vocals instrumentation could take them was the inspiration for the 10 String Symphony project.  By the time their first full-length album was released in November 2012, their instrumentation had expanded to include the occasional clawhammer banjo and resonator mandolin, though still maintaining a stripped down, tightly woven and carefully arranged duo sound.
 Decidedly contemporary in their musical approach, their debut album showcases Sedelmyer’s virtuosic improvisation and creative harmonic soundscape ideas alongside Baiman’s old-time rhythm and emotional melodic sensibilities. Just over a year old, the duo has already gained recognition and attention from some major festivals, landing slots at the ROMP festival in Ownsboro, KY and the Strawberry Music Festival in Yosemite, CA in the summer of 2013.
Tattletale Saints are a New Zealand based duo described as a “masterful blend of Americana fused with jazz, soul and pop” and made up of Cy Winstanley voice/guitar/harmonica and Vanessa McGowan voice/double bass.

"Sensitively understated folk and subtle simplicity… songs as memorable, lyrically considered and melodically engaging as many of Paul Simon's… a very emotionally engaging album"
Graham Reid,

"Cy is a beautiful singer, melodic yet conversational, and a vocal resemblance to Paul Simon is only heightened by the ambitiousness of his songwriting… in the unadorned setting of the duo it becomes clear how complete that talent is"
-Nick Bollinger, The Listener April 2013.

"There is something utterly beguiling about a musician armed with a guitar and a suitcase full of memories, which need little or no adornment.There's nowhere to hide, the voice has to engage you and the songs have to have substance. That's the natural, unadulterated beauty of Tattletale Saints debut album. Cy Winstanley has the rich voice and lyric instincts of a Paul Simon and his foil, the equally talented Vanessa McGowan adds lovely punctuation harmonies and the sort of swinging bass lines that you'd expect from a jazz musician."
-4.5/5 Mike Alexander, Sunday Star Times 17/04/13

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Licenses for WGBH FM and WCRB FM in Boston being challenged before the FCC

Since November 6, 2009 "Supporters of Folk and Blues on WGBHhas been in the forefront of the fight by WGBH management to replace "the peoples' music"* with "single format"** (talk and news) format. We welcome this recent effort by the "Committee for Community Access", which formed some time during or after 2009, when WGBH fired Steve Schwartz, reduced Eric Jackson's on-air hours and eliminated Bob Parlochato's jazz sprogrms. For additional background, read

Graphic in "WGBH drops folk and blues programs", 11/7/09 -, Jeff Boudeau
Marita Rivero Vice President and General Manager for Radio and Television, WGBHJune 1, 2012 at 1:10am · Latest version by Jeff Boudreau
Brendan Hogan returns to Boston NPR radioSeptember 30, 2011 at 12:16pm · Latest version by Jeff Boudreau
Consider community radioSeptember 29, 2011 at 4:07pm · Latest version by Jeff Boudreau
Re-statement of purposeJune 23, 2011 at 3:06pm · Latest version by Jeff Boudreau
WGBH has been escorting long time employees out the doorJune 10, 2011 at 9:17pm · Latest version by Jeff Boudreau
Scott Dickinson's brilliant idea, an open group resource for folk, blues, roots & americana in New EnglandMay 26, 2011 at 12:51pm · Latest version by Jeff Boudreau
...all in "Supporters of Folk and Blues on WGBH's" files areaas well as "WGBH drops folk and blues programs", 11/7/09 - - and subsequent WGBH-related articles in Jeff Boudreau's blog -
* Attributed to Jim Kweskin, November 7, 2009, quoted by Jeff Boudreau  ""I can only assume this has something to do with the almighty dollar. Isn't this supposed to be public radio and aren't we the public. Folk music has been a mainstay on WGBH for as long as I can remember. Acoustic artists are as popular as ever and in some ways even more popular then in days gone by. I don't get it. WGBH should be ashamed of itself. Well, as Ma Joad said, "We're the people and you can't stop us and you can't lick us. We just keep coming, 'cause we're the people."
** A term used by WGBH management at meetings of the the "Community Advisory Committee", November, 2009.


Licenses for WGBH FM and WCRB FM in Boston being challenged before the FCC

Committee for Community Access
4 Carol Avenue | Suite 6 | Boston | MA 02135617.277.4715
Media Contact: Sue Auclair, 617-522-1394

March 25, 2014

For Immediate Release:

Broadcast Licenses for WGBH FM Educational Foundation and WCRB FM in Bostonbeing challenged before the FCC by Committee for Community Access

Boston, MA--The Committee for Community Access, a local public interestmedia advocacy umbrella organization, filed Petitions to Deny Renewal ofthe licenses held by WGBH Educational Foundation and WCRB FM with theFederal Communications Commission, Washington D.C. on the first business dayin March, which was March 4, 2014. (The FCC was closed on Monday March 3 dueto asnowstorm.)

Massachusetts radio stations have a 10-year FCC renewal cycle and 2014 isthe year for all radio stations in the state to renew their licenses withthe FCC.

The WGBH Educational Foundation's Oppositions to Committee for CommunityAccess's Petitions to Deny are due 30 days later, or on April 3, 2014. CCA's Replies to the Oppositions will be due 20 days from when theFoundation's Oppositions are filed or April 23rd, whichever is later.

On behalf of Classical, Jazz, Folk and Blues music lovers, The Committeefor Community Access is requesting that the trustees of the EducationalFoundation restore full time music programming on the high power, clearsignal facility of WGBH-FM 89.7 mHz.

CCA calls on members of the public who wish to protest the WGBH EducationalFoundation's dropping of almost all of WGBH-FM's music broadcasts,canceling all Blues and Folk shows, ending its decades long tradition ofjazz all night by limiting jazz to weekend evenings, and its relocation ofall classical programming to a weak out-of-town station, to mail theirsupport of CCA's FCC petitions within the next two weeks to the FCC and tothe WGBH Educational Foundation's Board of Trustees, so the station and theCommission may understand the depth of public feeling on this issue.

A sample letter for the public is on CCA's new webpage: _http://www.ccaccess.info_ (

Addresses:Media Bureau - Audio SectionFederal Communications Commission445 12th Street S.W., Room TW-A325Washington D.C. 20554

RE: License Renewal Applications ofWGBH-FM #BRED 20131202BIAWCRB-FM #BRH 20131202BIR

Board of TrusteesWGBH Educational FoundationOne Guest StreetBrighton, MA 02135

A steering committee, led by CCA's Chairman, Jacob A. Bernstein andincluding lobbyists for Classical, Jazz, Folk and Blues music programminghas been formed to publicize and raise funds to support these efforts.

"We cannot believe the trustees approved the way Jazz radio was decimatedin June 2012," states Jack Bernstein, Chairman of the Committee forCommunity Access. "Management is chasing a pot of gold in their combinedradio/TV/Web News/Talk format infiltrating and taking over the proud musicbastion they spent 40+ years in the making. We're opposing what they'redoing because they created the demand among New England music lovers forthe best presentation and reception of music. WGBH-FM was an establishedhighly polished exposition of music that was TOO ESSENTIAL TO LOSE!"

Brief History of Eliminating Music at WGBH:

September 1995: Ron Della Chiesa's Music America scrapped by management
September 2009: WGBH bids to purchase WCRBNovember 2009: WGBH purchases WCRB for $14 Million
November 2009: FCC approves WGBH purchase of WCRB; WGBH moves all classical programming to WCRB FM. A protest is held at Old South Churchwith a panel featuring Chris Lydon, Richard Dyer and others. John Voci wasrepresenting WGBH at this event.
December 2009: WGBH Discontinues BSO Friday Afternoon Broadcasts
January 2010: Folk and Blues shows dropped
June 20, 2012: WGBH FM cuts jazz programming; fires Steve Schwartz, cutsEric in The Evening to weekends only; cuts all-night


Related articles from this blog:

1000 supporters of folk and blues on WGBH can't be wrong!, 11/15/09
Which side are you on?, 12/26/09
NPR Ate My Local Public Radio Station, 7/7/10
On the demise of folk, blues and classical on WGBH-fm. one year on., 11/9/10
WGBH's March Towards "Single Format" Continues, 6/20/12
Jazz Funeral for Jazz on WGBH Radio, 7/5, Brighton, 7/3/12
Folk, Blues, Classical and Jazz Funeral for ALL Passed WGBH Music Programs, Copley Square, 7/27, 7/27/12
This will be your last email from WGBH, 8/27/12
4th Anniversary Folk-to-AAA Format Change at "Boston's NPR Music Station", 1/24/13
Think before you donate to so-called "public" radio, 6/7/13
4th anniversary of WGBH killing the peoples' music, 12/2/13


Appended 3/27/13. 

notloB Music asked Scott Fybush for his opinion, who obliged: "As I said when Jeff passed along the news of this initially - good luck with that. Ever since the WNCN fight in the 1970s, the FCC has been steadfast in its determination not to be a judge of content, especially at renewal time. And unlike Canada, where stations are required as a condition of license to program a certain amount of spoken-word content, there's nothing in the FCC rules that mandates whether stations run spoken-word or music programming. If WGBH's license could somehow be pulled for not carrying any music programming, then so could WBUR's, and WEEI's, and WBZ-FM's, and most of the AM dial. If the aim here is to get publicity, so be it, but it's not going to go anywhere at the FCC."
Scott was involved for many years in Boston-area commercial radio and is now the owner of Northeast Radio Watch.

Scott's analysis appears to be dead on. In "Group challenges WGBH programming" by Joseph P. Kahn  | GLOBE STAFF   MARCH 25, 2014,  Jack Bernstein is quoted as saying “We expect to be turned down...”
Read the full article here.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014


You may be aware of Lord Geoffrey by last Fall's 8 concert series of rising young talent enrolled at Berklee and NEC*, but he has another side, that of presenting established nationally touring
musicians (Darol Anger, Rushad Eggleston and Paul Geremia, just to name a few). In that light, on Wednesday, April 2 we are presenting two top-shelf string players, JORDAN TICE and SIMON CHRISMAN!

Jordan Tice is a guitarist and composer from Annapolis, MD who currently makes his home in Brooklyn, NY. The son of two bluegrass musicians, he grew up playing with various bluegrass bands around Maryland until 2005 when he enrolled at Towson University to study music on full scholarship. In addition to his studies, the next four years were also marked by performances and recordings with the likes of Mark Schatz and friends, Frank Wakefield, Darol Anger, and "Corbett, Chrisman, and Tice" featuring Wes Corbett on banjo and Simon Chrisman on hammered dulcimer. Jordan's collaboration with Corbett and Chrisman yielded a self titled record which was listed as one of the Chicago Tribune's top 5 "best compact discs of the year" in the bluegrass/newgrass category in 2008. Also in 2008, Jordan released his second record as a leader entitled "Long Story". The record, featuring all Tice originals as well as an all-star band of Casey Driessen, Noam Pikelny, Andy Hall, and Mark Schatz, brought about rave reviews from acoustic music publications for its "engaging and melodic tunes" and "inspired solos" (Bluegrass Unlimited) as well as being a "very musical album" (The Bluegrass Blog). Other highlights include being featured on the cover of the January 2011 Flatpicking Guitar Magazine and performing the music of actor/comedian Steve Martin for Shakespeare's "As You Like It" at New York City's esteemed "Shakespeare in the Park" in summer 2012. 
Jordan's current project, The Jordan Tice Trio, features Paul Kowert (Punch Brothers) on bass, and Simon Chrisman on hammered dulcimer. Their debut release "The Secret History" released in late 2011 has been praised as containing "exceptional craft" (Bluegrass Unlimited). In addition to performing with the trio, Jordan can be seen playing with Tony Trischka, the Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble, The Dan Trueman/Brittany Haas Band, The Depue Brothers Band, Lily Henley, and Mariel Vandersteel.

Hammered dulcimer wizard Simon Chrisman tours with the Bee Eaters, has performed with Mike Marshall and Darol Anger, opened for Bill Frisell, and at 16 was a scholarship guest artist at the Augusta Heritage Festival in West Virginia. His sophisticated rhythmic sense and ingenious tonal flexibility, on an instrument usually considered limited, has created a buzz among musicians all over the world.

Sliding scale $10-20+
This concert WILL sell out, reservations strongly recommended -

*Friday, March 21 Elizabeth and Ben Anderson
Sunday, April 13 Joe's Truck Stop
Wednesday, May 14 Fresh Haggis
Friday, May 16 Lady Rogo and Friends
Saturday, May 31 Jenna Moynihan and Mairi Chaimbeul 
See details at

See brother series notloB Parlour Concerts offerings at

Jordan Tice and Simon Chrisman 
Outpost 186, 186 Hampshire Street, Inman Sq., Cambridge
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Doors 7:30, Concert 8:00

Thursday, March 13, 2014

The Molly Tuttle Trio live in studio on Doug Gesler's "Lost Highway", 3/15


The Molly Tuttle Trio live in studio on Doug Gesler's 

"Lost Highway", Saturday, March 15, 8-10am eastern

Molly Tuttle, John Mailander and Brittany Karlson, whose next Boston-area concert will be April 19 at a Notlob Parlour Concerts house concert, will cross the Charles River to be Doug Gesler's guest on his fine "Lost Highway" program on WMBR 88.1FM, student/community radio from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Molly Tuttle, John Mailander & Brittany Karlson create an honest and soulful mix of original and traditional music. They have a deep respect for the past, while also looking toward the future of acoustic music. This tight-knit trio formed after meeting at the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. With a unique, cohesive blend of sensational songwriting and amazing instrumental ability, this trio is more than the sum of their parts...

Lost Highway
Saturdays 8-10am eastern
88.1fm, streaming at

Hosted by: Doug Gesler 
"Truck-stop music for the zip-car generation."

If Grey Fox is announcing its lineup, can Summer be that far away?

If Grey Fox is announcing its lineup, can Summer be that far away?



We've been busy assembling our latest and greatest all-star lineup for the
2014 Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival on July 17-20 in Oak Hill, NY.

We hope you're as excited as we are about this year's star-studded
roster of artists ranging in style from traditional bluegrass and old-time
to contemporary bluegrass, newgrass, and music that defies labling.

We love giving you a wide variety of music to make your heart sing,
your feet dance and your face smile till it almost hurts.

We love bringing back perennial favorites and also presenting hot new
discoveries that we know will become some of your favorites.

Don't forget: We still have more cats to let out of our bluegrass bag,
so stay tuned (soon) for even more great news!

So with a banjo roll that would make Earl proud, here you go!


Ends on March 15th

Firstly, thanks to everyone who has already purchased your tickets.
If you haven't nailed yours down yet, now is a great time to grab our
Early Bird Special at $165
Kids 12 and under are free with ticketed adult.


See you there!
Walsh Farm
1 Poultney Road, Oak Hill, NY 12460

More information:

U.S. Toll Free: 888.946.8495
International: 315.404.5738


Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Worcester Art Museum to Host Country Blues Summit, 3/30

Big Jon Short is the man behind the Worcester Art Museum's Country Blues Summit, featuring some of the genres' top artists, including Blues Music Award winning duo Paul Rishell and Annie Raines, acoustic blues icon and 12 string guitar master Paul Geremia, 2012 Boston Music Award winner Erin Harpe, Marylou Ferrante, Big Jon Short and Zack Slik

Sunday, March 30:
11:30-12:30 - Renaissance Court - Big Jon Short and Zack Slik
12:00-1:30 - [remastered] - Marylou Ferrante
1:00-2:30 - Renaissance Court - Erin Harpe
2:00-3:00 - [remastered] - Paul Geremia
3:00-4:30 - Renaissance Court - Paul Rishell and Annie Raines

This is part of the KNIGHTS MUSIC FESTIVAL which features electric blues Friday night and Saturday and country (acoustic) blues on Sunday,
When: Friday March 28, Saturday March 29, Sunday March 30, 2014
Where: Worcester Art Museum, 55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609 

See the full schedule at

Lord Geoffrey Presents Announces Spring 2014 Season

Continuing from where it left off last year...

  • John Mailander and Molly Tuttle
  • Ellie Buckland and Isa Burke 
  • Cat and The Moon
  • Dylan McKinstry and Friends
  • Dan Bui and Friends
  • Molly Pinto Matigan and Friends
  • Adrinna Ciccone and friends, featuring Neil Pearlman
  • Jacob Means and Friends
  • High Rock Mountain
...Lord Geoffrey Presents' 2014 series in Cambridge will resume on Friday, March 21, featuring rising young talent from the Berklee College of Music!  

The concerts are presented at Outpost 186, 186-1/2 Hampshire Street, Inman Square, Cambridge, an art gallery with great site lines and acoustics, not a bar where artists are forced to compete with loud conversations and blaring televisions, or a cramped listening room where patrons are packed into a tiny table.

Friday, March 21, 8pm
Elizabeth and Ben Anderson, a brother/sister Scottish fiddle duo.
"They are fantastic!"
-Natalie Haas

Click here for more info
Sunday, April 13, 7pm
Joe's Truck Stop Acoustic
"Conceived at a greasy spoon, Joe's Truck Stop is here to replace the pills in that there jar. Please, put those away."

Click here for more info
 Wednesday, May 14, 8pm
Fresh Haggis 
(Elias Alexander, Kathleen Parks and Eamon Seffton)

Click here for more info
Friday, May 16, 2014, 8pm
Lady Rogo and friends
"Crossing an old genre with a young fire.
She's sweet, she's Lady Rogo."

Click here for more info
Saturday, May 31, 8pm
Jenna and Mairi
Rooted in traditional Scottish and Appalachian Old-Time music"

Click here for more info

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Elizabeth and Ben Anderson, a brother/sister Scottish fiddle duo, concert 3/21 in Inman Square

Friday, March 21, 8pm (doors at 7:30)
Elizabeth and Ben Anderson
a brother/sister Scottish fiddle duo.
"They are fantastic!"
-Natalie Haas

Elizabeth and Ben Anderson, a brother/sister Scottish fiddle duo, is an up and coming new band in Boston's thriving Celtic music scene. Blending Scottish and Irish tunes with lively rhythms and innovative harmonies, they create a sound rooted in tradition, inspired by the contemporary, and completely original. The pair is originally from Westborough, MA, and has been playing to enthusiastic audiences throughout Massachusetts for the past five years, most recently at the prestigious Boston Celtic Music Festival. Elizabeth is a three-time Junior regional Scottish fiddle champion and a current student at the Berklee College of Music. The duo has released their first recording, a 4-track self-titled EP.

$10, $5 students
Outpost 186
186 Hampshire Street
Inman Square
Cambridge, MA

Friday, March 7, 2014

WGBH Trustee David H. Koch May Deny Climate Change, but Cannot Deny N. Beacon Street Billboard

Forecast the Facts has purchased advertising space on a billboard across the street (corner N. Beacon and Market) from the WGBH megaplex, alerting the general public to the fact that billionaire right-wing political enabler David H. Koch, Executive Vice President of Koch Industries, is a trustee of the WGBH Educational Foundation.

The "in-your-face" advertising is part of Forecast the Facts' "Campaign for a Koch-Free WGBH"* ("Koch" rhymes with "coke", get it?)

Image from Forecast the Fact's Facebook page:

Trustee David H Koch at a WGBH trustee meeting, photo Boston Herald


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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Hanneke Cassel Trio, Newburyport and Peterborough, 4/4-4/5

Hanneke Cassel Trio

Newburyport, MA, April 4
Peterborough, New Hampshire, April 5
Tickets and more info at

America's leading interpreter of Scottish fiddle music is stopping on her national CD tour to perform in two venerable landmarks in two of northern New England's most picturesque towns. Both towns hosted Hanneke over a decade ago when she started her education at Boston's Berklee College of Music. She has since made Boston her home and has been touring extensively throughout the world including extended stays in China and Africa.

The former National Junior Scottish Fiddle Champ brings with her famed cellist and husband, Mike Block, who is a member of Yo Yo Ma's Silk Road Project and was featured on Mark O'Connor's highly acclaimed Appalachian Waltz album. Accompanying them is Hanneke's long time guitarist, Christopher Lewis.

Jerry Douglas and Friends, Cambridge, 4/11

The show is billed as "Jerry Douglas" but notloB has inside info that Jerry will be joined by two very special guests. Names withheld to protect the usual travelers.


The First Parish Church, Harvard Sq.
3 Church Street
Cambridge, MA 02138 Venue Information
Buy TicketsFriday April 11, 2014 8:00 PM
Our favorite dobro player returns to Harvard Sq. performing a rare solo and acoustic show in this intimate Cambridge landmark. Jerry is very likely the most sought after musician on the planet. From Alison Krauss's Union Station to Elvis Costello's acoustic project to the famed Trans-Atlantic Sessions.

Here are a few of his credits:

  • 13 Time Grammy Winner
  • 3 Time Country Music Association MUSICIAN OF THE YEAR
  • Distinguished Recipient of the NATIONAL HERITAGE FELLOWSHIP from The National Endowment Of The Arts 
  • Performed on over 2000 albums

    Ticket Information: All seats are General Admission.


    More info at

    Sunday, March 2, 2014

    Lord Geoffrey's Rising Talent Winter/Spring Season in Inman Square

    LORD GEOFFREY PRESENTS...announces its Winter/Spring Season, featuring rising young talent from the Berklee College of Music
    The concerts are presented at Outpost 186, 186-1/2 Hampshire Street, Inman Square,
    Cambridge, an art gallery with plenty of room to move, not a bar where artists compete
    with loud conversations and blaring televisions, or a cramped listening room where
    patrons are packed into tiny tables!

    Continuing from where it left off last season's rising talent

    John Mailander and Molly Tuttle

    Ellie Buckland and Isa Burke 

    Cat and The Moon
    Dylan McKinstry and Friends
    Dan Bui and Friends
    Molly Pinto Matigan and Friends
    Adrinna Ciccone and friends featuring Neil Pearlman
    Jacob Means and Friends
    High Rock Mountain

    The Winter/Spring season resumes Friday, March 21...

    Friday, March 21, 8pm
    Elizabeth and Ben Anderson, a brother/sister Scottish fiddle duo.
    "They are fantastic!"
    -Natalie Haas 

    Click here for more info

    Sunday, March 23, 3pm
    Fresh Haggis 
    (Elias Alexander, Kathleen Parks and Eamon Seffton)

    Click here for more info

    Sunday, April 13, 3pm
    Joe's Truck Stop
    "Conceived at a greasy spoon, Joe's Truck Stop is here to replace the pills in that there jar. Please, put those away."

    Click here for more info

    Friday, May 19, 2014, 8pm
    Lady Rogo
    "Crossing an old genre with a young fire.
    She's sweet, she's Lady Rogo."

    Click here for more info

    Saturday, May 31, 8pm
    Jenna and Mairi
    Rooted in traditional Scottish and Appalachian Old-Time music"

    Click here for more info

    All concerts are presented at Outpost 186, 186 Hampshire Street (Inman Square) Cambridge.

    More info at Lord Geoffrey's website.