Music Around Town ♪♫♪ June 19-23, 2013

June 19, 2013 at 4:38 pm (Music) (, , )

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Starting June 19th, 7-10pm, our Wednesdays will be filled with just a small handful of our most requested musicians who have performed at Giuseppe’s. We are thrilled to have them featured throughout the summer! Stay tuned for the full schedule…

June 19th: Brian King and Nathan Cohen from What Time is it Mr. Fox?
June 26th: Chris Langathianos and Joe Wilkins
July 3rd: Sturdy Trees Bluegrass
July 10th: Allen Estes and Dylan Estes
July 17th: William James
July 24th: Mike O’Connell
July 31st: Jake Pardee
August 7th: Marina Evans
August 14th: Sandi Bedrosian and John Hyde
August 21st: Michael Thomas Doyle & Kara Nally
August 28th: Alexandra Valenti and Fia James


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singersongwriter for june

This Thursday  SingerSongwriters are Ken Gordon Clay Ventre, Ned Nugent, Sarah Hoonah Smith, Amory Sivertson, Bryan Laurier and Dave Simmons.


North of Boston


michael thomas doyle trio


Louise Mosrie’s songs create a world of lush detail and wide-open emotion drawing on the sensual imagery of the Deep South. Louise combines Americana, bluegrass and folk melodies and stories in ways that are fresh and charming with a warm vocal delivery and tasteful musical arrangements. Louise’ songs are filled with deep feeling and uncommon descriptions. The title track of her newest album “Home” paints sweet moving pictures of home. “Battle of Blair Mountain” describes the painful history of West Virginia coal miners. There is the quiet redemption of “Sweet Relief”, and “Leave Your Gun”, a moving story from the Civil War.

Louise’s British parents emigrated to the U.S. in the 1960’s for work, finally settling on a farm of fifty acres in middle Tennessee. Born in Delaware and moving to the South as a child, Louise had trouble reconciling the two cultures around her – shunning all things Southern – disliking the accent, the food, and the slow sleepy ways of doing things in her small rural town. Louise began writing pop/folk songs in her early 20’s while living in Knoxville after college, producing two independent albums before moving to Nashville in 2004 to work on her song-craft. There, she made friends and contacts in the Americana and bluegrass side of Nashville, playing rounds and writing with artists like Donna Ulisse and Rick Stanley, Diana Jones and producer Ray Kennedy. Ironically, the melodies and imagery that emerged most strongly in her writing after 2004 came straight from the southern culture she once dismissed. Influenced by artists such as Nanci Griffith, Allison Kraus and Lucinda Williams, her songs tell stories of joy, love, struggle and heartbreak through the vivid characters and scenery of southern life.
Learn more about Louise Mosrie at


“Great new songs, some touching, some just plain fun. These Paramours get better with every new release. PS. ‘Chains’ is brilliant!”

—Gene Shay, WXPN Philadelphia

The music of The Twangtown Paramours has been called ‘Sophisticated Americana’, and is a hybrid of the Nashville and Austin music scenes. The Twangtown Paramours’ debut, self-titled album was #11 on the Folk DJ chart in August, 2010. It remained in the top 40 of the Cashbox Country Roots chart for the entire summer of 2010, and was in the top 100 folk albums for 2010. Their songs were and can still be heard on over 70 Americana, Folk, and independent Country radio stations world-wide.

Lead vocalist MaryBeth Zamer has sung professionally since the age of 18. Before moving to Nashville, she was a fixture of the local music scene in the Washington, D.C. area, where she fronted a popular bar band for several years. MaryBeth toured Europe, worked as a guest artist with several other bands, and sang background vocals for the band Method Actor featuring Eva Cassidy. After relocating to Nashville, MaryBeth continued her musical career working as a demo singer for local songwriters, as a background vocalist for several new country artists, and working on her own projects, including serving as lead vocalist for the band Blue Martini.
Guitarist and backup vocalist Mike T. Lewis has played guitar for a million and a half years, and bass for about half that long. He sometimes tours with Jimmie Dale Gilmore, playing upright bass. In 1997, Mike had a #1 pop hit in South Korea on Yang Pa’s first album called “A Heartbeat Away”. It sold over 800,000 units. The tune was #1 for five weeks and stayed on the charts for six months. In addition to the hit in Korea, Mike has had songs recorded by independent artists in the U.K., Japan, and the U.S. Since 2000, Mike has owned and operated a studio, producing tunes for up and coming performers as well as people who should spend their money more wisely.

Learn more about The Twangtown Paramours at



Friday, June 21, 2013 4:00 pm

Music in the Courtyard – till 5pm

Renee and Joe

John RockwellL

 Ken Bonfield

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“To err is human to forgive is divine”

It is unfortunate at times to misinform and I hope that if one finds an error in this posting please bring it to my attention so it can be fixed.



Please be sure to check out the links to all these fine musicians and venues on the side bar of this blog. >

The Rhumb Line~

Wednesdays with Fly Amero – 8:00 -11:00  ~  Chick Marsten



Thursday 8:30-11:30pm  Dave Sag’s Blues Party with ~ Dennis Brennan, Matt Stubbs and Dave Mattacks

dave sag

  Our unsub this week is none other than the fabulous Dennis Brennan, noted vocal meister, and master of the GeeWhiz clef. He’s got to be the most interesting and talented singer around these parts. Plus, he’s a walking musical encyclopedia of all styles and tunes. He’ll clean your ears out! And the chicks dig him! So do I!
He’ll be backed up by the fabulous Matt Stubbs on glitar. No slouch, he. Makes things come alive. And then there’s Dave Mattacks, on drums.  The Atomic Clock needs no introduction, unless you’ve been in a coma for many years. I might slip into one just trying to keep up.. I feel really honored to play with these guys. Pretty lucky, too. Don’t miss it. Remember we start at 8:30 now.
And thank you again for your continued support. We’re nothing without you.

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Friday – 9:30 ~ Michael Thomas Doyle Trio make their debut



Saturday- 9:30 ~ Groove Therapy

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Sunday – 8:00-11:00 ~ Joe Wilkins

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Captain Carlos~

Friday 9pm  ~SKIM ROK  

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Saturday 9pm~  OPEN BAR BAND

open bar band

Sunday 3pm~  ERIN & DOMENIC

The Dog Bar~

Wednesday ~ 9:00pm ~  Crazy Jay Karaoke

Crazy Jay

Thursday- 9:00 ~ Brad Byrd with guest Lynne Taylor of Liz Frame and The Kickers

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Friday-9:00pm ~Rock Hard

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Saturday-9:00pm ~Funbucket

Sunday – 5:30pm ~ Michael O”Leary 
Celtic Session, to 8:30pm. Trad songs ‘n tunes w/ Steve Levy, Lin Swicker & David de la Barre.

9:00pm ~ Charlie Imes 
acoustic easy listening folk-rock


Minglewood Tavern ~



Wednesdays ~ Monagle Sessions with Qwill

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Thursdays – 9:00pm

DJ Vito


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Friday- 9:00 pm~ The Runaround

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Saturday- 9:00 pm~ Mike O’Connell Band

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Sunday 9:00~TBA


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Mile Marker1 ~

Jah Spirit
Bridge Deck 8-11pm

80’s Cover Band
Bridge Deck 8-11pm


Acoustic Roots Session
with Dan King
Bridge Deck 5-7pm

Loose Ends
Acoustic Duo
Bridge Deck 5-8pm

loose ends bob cooney and mike mcnair

Bob Cooney and Mike McNair/facebook photo



“Art of Alchemy”

10% of proceeds go to fund Gloucester Arts Education.

We’ll have a new artist every month. Matt


 Wednesday – 7:00 to 9:00 ~ John Rockwell



The Franklin Cafe ~


Jazz Night Friday ~ Linda Amero Menage a Trio 

 118 Main St, Gloucester, MA.   978-283-7888.    Dinner reservations.  No Cover.

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Cape Ann Brewing ~


Thursday – 9:00 pm ~ Open Mic with Brian Fines

Saturday – 9:00 ~ 

Sunday – 5:00pm ~Jazzport


Click photo for info and tour.

Wednesday – 7:00 pm~Brian King and Nathan Cohen

Thursday – 7-10  SingerSongwriterShuffle ~  

Ken Gordon Clay Ventre, Ned Nugent, Sarah Hoonah Smith, Amory Sivertson, Bryan Laurier and Dave Simmons.


Sunday- 6-9~ The Eeverly Sisters


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Madfish Grille ~


Friday, June 21

Dub Apocalypse – dub/reggae


Saturday, June 22

Enjoy John + Friends on the deck until 6pm

john jerome


MSF Band – classic rock/party hits

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Sunday, June 23

Jack Lee & Diversity – reggae hits


All music starts at 9 PM

Castle Manor Inn ~

 Friday- 7:00pm~Inge Berge

Inge Berge melodious

 Sunday -5:00 Toni Ann Enes and Frank Hawks


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Coffee House at Saint John’s ~



The Gloucester House –

Cruiseport Gloucester ~

Seaport Grille – 



Thursday -9:00~

Cape Ann Community Cinema –

7:00 pm  


The Shalin Liu Performance Center ~ Performance Center” –

Friday, June 21, 2013
8:00 pm Gotham Early Music Scene
The Play of Daniel “…charming production of this austerely beautiful work…” The New York Times

Saturday, June 22, 2013
8:00 pm John Bruce Yeh
Calder Quartet with John Bruce Yeh, clarinet,  David Deveau, piano

Sunday, June 23, 2013
5:00 pm Concert Artists Guild
Recent winners of the Concert Artists Guild competition perform a Russo-American program

 Shalin Liu Performance Center,

Main Street in Rockport, MA.



The Rockport Legion Band ~ Our site is

John Bassett

Publicity, the Rockport Legion Band

617 739 1160

Old Sloop Coffee House ~

Click banner for event happenings

Saturday- 7:00 ~Louise Mosrie

Saturday -7:30~The Twangtown Paramours

Click here for more info >

One World Coffeehouse ~

One World Coffeehouse has been hosting folk & acoustic music since 1993. Concerts are held (more or less) monthly on Saturday night. All concerts start at 8 PM. Unless otherwise noted, $15 donation at the door. Handicapped accessable. Reservations:978-768-3690

Saturday – 8:00pm ~ 

The Farm –  Essex Ma.

Friday – 9:30 ~ 

Saturday 9:30 ~ The Wilkins Noise


 The Landing –

Saturday – 9:00 ~

Sunday-5:00 ~ 


Up coming events

Giuseppe’s by request

Giuseppes by request photo by Brendan Pike

Photo by Brendan Pike 

Starting June 19th, 7-10pm, our Wednesdays will be filled with just a small handful of our most requested musicians who have performed at Giuseppe’s. We are thrilled to have them featured throughout the summer! Stay tuned for the full schedule…

June 19th: Brian King and Nathan Cohen from What Time is it Mr. Fox?
June 26th: Chris Langathianos and Joe Wilkins 
July 3rd: Sturdy Trees Bluegrass
July 10th: Allen Estes and Dylan Estes
July 17th: William James
July 24th: Mike O’Connell


gp 2013

June 27 – July 7, 2013

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Back for our 3rd season by popular demand, and suitable for ALL AGES, this original musical about the 82 year history of Gloucester, MA’s famed Greasy Pole tournament (part of St. Peter’s Fiesta), is sure to delight audiences of all ages. It tells the story of 4 generations of … (more)



American Legion POST 3
8 Washington Street
Gloucester MA 01930


festival by the sea

New to Festival By The Sea this year: We will have a 21+ beer garden set up in the food area in Masconomo Park, so our adult guests may sit, enjoy some food, listen to some incredible music and enjoy a delicious, locally produced brew!

nice! chelsea berry, the deja’s, chris phillips, joe wilkins, headliner chris trapper and others plus a beer garden! sounds like this year’s festival will be a lot of fun.

Chris Langathianos


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