Season 32: Sept. 2019 – May 2020
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Don White’s life journey has made him a stand-up comic, a singer-songwriter, a storyteller, an educator and a mentor to young poets in his home town of Lynn, MA and around the country.
The opening act for this show is Sway, a hip hop artist discovered by Don.
Tommy Sands, from Ireland, made his name during the Irish struggles, and has become a beloved performer in Europe, Canada and the States.
The Bombadils, a young and vibrant group from Montreal, are impressive for their musical virtuosity. Their music is often billed as classical folk, combining delicious harmonies backed up by guitar, violin and bass ( and sometimes cello).
Double Duo Night with next generation talent! The women’s duo is comprised of Kirsten Maxwell and Sophie Buskin. The men’s duo is Aaron Nathans and Michael Ronstadt. Both duos made a huge splash at the latest regional talent showcase for their harmonies, stage presence and instrumental skill on guitar, mandolin and cello. The young women, from Nashville and Brooklyn, met at folk festivals and have performed alone and together all over the US. The music of our male performers is called “progressive folk’ and is described as stirring, funny, introspective and earthy.
is a blues performer from Detroit who tells spell-binding stories through his songs about the African-American experience and the influences of black culture on American music.
Recently, Crys Matthews has been blowing away critics, presenters and audience members, not only for her award-winning original compositions, but also her smooth but authentic stage presence. Sought after in the LBGT community, she also sings songs for us all – from stirring political protests to an appreciation song for her dog.
Double bill of women and the Blues! The gutsy Suzie Vinnick from Canada shares the bill with our own Danielle Miraglia, giving us traditional & original blues songs that make you take notice.
Windborne, an a capella foursome, made a video that went viral when they sang a protest song in front of Trump Tower. ( look it up) These serious folkorists bring us songs from distant countries and centuries and spice it all up with humor and musical excellence.