(Free!)

He is a multi-instrumentalist but is best known for his tasteful and inventive guitar playing. He performs passionate home made songs and compositions, mostly roots music.

($10)

WXPN’s The Key describes TEOA’s music as “soul-striking harmonies mixed with folk-rock melodies.” James Downes, Trevor Leonard and Brendon Thomas weave three distinct leads into captivating harmonies over a solid foundation of Folk, Rock and Americana.

(Free!)

He is a multi-instrumentalist but is best known for his tasteful and inventive guitar playing. He performs passionate home made songs and compositions, mostly roots music.

($12)

Rasta Rafiki creates a danceable mixture of styles ranging from roots reggae and calypso to guitar rock.

($15 Advance/$17 Day of show )

The band creates layers of lush instrumentation that serve as a perfect soundscape for their gorgeous vocal harmonies. Their live show is full of energy and just a damn good time. They’re one of those bands that you can tell has a lot of fun doing what they do.

(Free!)

“Combine Jackson Browne’s voice with John Denver’s guitar playing and Eagles songwriting and that’s it.” Trae says of his own sound, “At least that’s the objective”.

($10)

Honeysuckle is a progressive folk act that blends older influences and traditional instrumentation with modern effects and inspiration.

(Free!)

“Combine Jackson Browne’s voice with John Denver’s guitar playing and Eagles songwriting and that’s it.” Trae says of his own sound, “At least that’s the objective”.

($8)

Presenting a collection of traditional music and dance numbers, that will include clogging, flatfooting, French Canadian, waltz clog and body percussion.

($7)

With two voices, guitar and bass, Alec Reid and Mariah George create an intimate soundscape influenced by 1960’s surf, bossa nova & spaghetti western.