WALKER CREEK BAND THIS FRIDAY AT GIUSEPPE’S!
Don’t miss it and please call us if you would like to reserve a table for 6 or more or to be put on our call ahead list! 978-879-4622
Saturday, January 11, 2014
7:00 pm MARK SMALL AND RAYMOND GONZALEZ
Tickets $10/per person
86 Middle St
Gloucester, MA 01930
Saturday, January 11th at 7 pm
Tickets $10/per person at the door
Enjoy music performances by Mark Small,
a classical guitarist-composer-arranger who has penned classical, jazz, pop, and sacred music for chorus, wind ensemble, orchestra, piano, and guitar, and Raymond Gonzalez,
a guitarist and composer who combines classical, jazz, Celtic and Latin influences into his songs and solo guitar compositions. His topics range from ethereal to- well, songs about pigs and mermen and most things in between.
TONS of fun raffle items including Bruins Tickets!
10% of sales benefit
Rockport Middle School Chorus’
end of the year school trip
Dine in. Take out.
John Rockwell performs 6-9pm!
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Monday night open jam with George Hall opens it up @ 9:30
Tuesday 9:30 ~ HDRnB
Wednesday with Fly- 8:00 ~
Thursday 8:00 – 11:00 ~ Dave Sag’s Blues Party with Andy Clark and Billy Loosigian
This week we have returning that Tootin’ Torquemada of the Tenor, Mr. Andrew Clark. A.C., as he is often referred to, has just returned from a whirlwind tour of the Caucasus, sailing back by way of Varna with several huge boxes of his native soil aboard, finally settling down at his Carfax® Abbey in Haverhill, Ma. The entire crew disappeared en route. The police may come.
But, seriously, folks, A.C. is a master of musical chicanery, often twisting tuneful chestnuts into pretzels for your musical deportation. Quite a brain there, and always a surprise lurking in the corner pocket. He’ll be backed up by that jackhammer of a drummer, Mr. Roger Brocklebank, teacher and effusive retainer of lyrics to songs you never thought you’d ever have to play. Even for money. Billy Loosigian, wearing chaps and spurs, will be twirling his guitar-like lasso hoping for top prize, and spitting thru his two front teeth. Lessons available. I’ll be off to the side, playing Renfield and nibbling the wings off eighth notes and begging for mercy. It’s still 8 to 11, with time off for good behavior.
Also, for you of the underemployed persuasion, The good Old Salty Jazz Band is at bat next Monday from 1 to 3.at the Rose Baker Senior Center next to Drunken Donuts downtown. Come on down and enjoy a bowl of Jello with the smart sounds of the Roaring Twenties. EMTs on duty. Don’t laugh: you’re closer than you think.
And as usual , Thank you all for your continued support. Just looked at my cobwebbed storage shelf, and it’s my eighth year at the Rhumb Line! I’ve been up all night and I’ve got proof! Where did the time (and my mind) go? What am I talking about?
Friday – 9:30 ~ Joe Wilkins Trio
Saturday – 9:30 ~ Groove
Sunday – 8-11 ~ Bradley Royds