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Future Performances
     
October 06, 2018: 8:00 PM: Saturday       Anthony Geraci and the Boston Blues All-Stars





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Heather Pieron Trio
Thursday June 28, 2018: 8:00 PM
$20.00 Admission: BYOB: Air Conditioned
Heather Pearson
Heather Pierson, Pianist/vocalist is a veteran performer in the Mount Washington Valley. Known to many as the leader of The Heather Pierson Quartet,  Heather has  performed at the legendary Preservation Hall in New Orleans and studied traditional jazz under David Boeddinghaus, musical director and pianist for the award winning documentary film *Crumb*.

Heather Pierson with Craig Bryan on drums, and Sean Nadeau on bass
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Orlando Baxter and Larry Myles
Saturday July 14, 2018: 8:00 PM
$20.00 Admission: BYOB: Air Conditioned
Orlando Baxter
Orlando Baxter exploded onto the Boston comedy scene in 2005, and was quickly established as one of the areas hottest young comics. His fresh perspective and unique relatability soon made this former high school teacher a fan favorite and led to a string of finalist positions in a host of contests and festivals all over the world including NBC’s ‘Stand Up for Diversity’, Boston Comedy Festival, Montreux Comedy Festival, Johannesburg International Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Turku Comedy Festival, and the Melbourne Comedy Festival. Orlando currently tours across the country performing at clubs and colleges at home and overseas, and when he's not doing his own thing, you can catch him on the road opening for Whitney Cummings and Jo Koy. In 2016, Orlando made his late night TV debut on the Conan show on TBS.

Joining Orlando is Larry Myles. "One of the best kept secrets in Boston, it's just a matter of time before Larry Myles achieves national notoriety. "Like the amiable wise guy you met at the local bar you love to hear complain about the Red Sox. He also has a keen topical sense. I just got back from Los Angeles, it's such a big city. If you want to go anywhere you have to drive. Nobody walks in L.A. unless, of course, you're a celebrity accused of murder." (The Boston Globe)
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James Armstrong
Saturday July 21, 2018: 8:00 PM
$25.00 Admission at door
$20.00 in Advance: BYOB, Air Conditioned
James Armstrong
Guitarist, singer and songwriter James Armstrong was born to play the blues. His mother was a blues singer. His father played jazz guitar. Born in LA, Armstrong formed his first band in the seventh grade and by the age of 17 he was touring the country. Today he travels the world and continues to infuse his voice and guitar playing with his unique personality and seasoned skills.

In his twenties James was the youngest guitar player to play in Smokey Wilson's legendary band. Then, just as he was about to tour with his critically acclaimed first album Sleeping With A Stranger, tragedy struck. The events surrounding a home invasion left Armstrong without the use of his left hand and arm, including permanent nerve damage. This threatened to end his career forever. But, thanks to the support of friends, fans and the blues community Armstrong came back two years later with a second album, Dark Night. Armstrong’s third album, Got It Goin' On garnered two WC Handy award nominations for best blues guitarist and for best song of the year with Pennies and Picks.

Over the years Armstrong has performed in around the world and he has worked beside Albert Collins, Keb Mo, Chaka Khan, Coco Montoya, Walter Trout, Tommy Castro, Roy Brown, Shemekia Copeland, Charlie Musselwhite, Ricky Lee Jones, Joe Louis Walker, Mitch Michell (Jimi Hendrix's drummer), Peter Tork (The Monkees), and Jan & Dean, just to name a few.
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Cheryl Arena Blues Band
Friday July 13, 2018: 8:00 PM
$20.00 Admission: BYOB: Air Conditioned
Cheryl Arena
Three time winner of "Most Outstanding Harmonica Player" in The New Hampshire Blues Audience Magazine’s Reader's Poll, Cheryl is a veteran of the New England Blues scene since the late 80’s. She is a triple threat – singer, songwriter and blows the harp like there is no tomorrow. A top-notch entertainer that loves what she does and shares that love and excitement with her bandmates and audiences.

The Blues was born to lift your spirits and The Cheryl Arena band carries on that tradition and delivers that message with every performance! When this band hits the stage you are in for some good time swingin‘, rockin‘ and funky music!
 
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Craig Jasker
Thursday July 26, 2018: 8:00 PM
$20.00 Admission: BYOB: Air Conditioned
Craig Jasker
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Pianist and songwriter Craig Jaster plays, sings, and leads his trio with joy, wit, kinetic energy, and experienced disregard for boundaries between musical genres and eras. His blues-with-a-twist compositions and sharp, distinctive lyrics are influenced by Ray Charles, Dr. John, Randy Newman, Fats Waller, and Hoagy Carmichael. His voice, like his stage presence, is warm, clear and direct, and he thrives on the interplay with his sympatico and highly talented long-time drummer Tim Gilmore and bass player Brendan Dowd. 

A native of Washington, D.C., he accompanied modern dance in New York City before moving to New Hampshire, where he has performed with Delfeayo Marsalis, Philip Hamilton, Tiger Okoshi, and Big Joe Burrell, and opened for Ray Charles, Dianne Reeves, Arturo Sandoval, and Maria Muldaur. He has also toured throughout New England and recorded four albums with Americana/roots band The Buskers. He is currently based in Düsseldorf, Germany.
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Tony Sarno Band
Saturday July 7, 2018: 8:00 PM
$20.00 Admission: BYOB: Air Conditioned
Tony Sarno
Tony Sarno is a singer, guitarist, and songwriter who has recorded numerous critically-acclaimed Rock and Blues albums. Tony has toured the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Argentina, and Mexico with his band as well as the David Clayton Thomas’ Blood Sweat and Tears, Hollander, The Dee Archer Band, and The Peter Tork Project. He has many published songs and pieces written for TV. Tony produced international releases “The Thunderhawks”, “Tony Sarno (Tony Sarno)”, “Silent night (Tony Sarno)”, Sooner or later (Dee Archer)  and Tony Sarno & the Screamin’ Blue Demons’ “It’s a blues thing”. He produces music for CBS Sports and Big Fish Audio.

He shared numerous concert bills with B.B. King, as well as bills with Stevie Ray Vaughan, Hall & Oates, Johnny Winter, and Little Feat. Tony has recorded for CBS/Holland, Icehouse/Priority, Marconi, and Bandwidth Records. His music appeared in The Craig Brewer film Poor & Hungry, and on the Masters of Blues cd compilation with Albert King, Buddy Guy, and the Allman Brothers Band. He was a Resident Artist at The Bose Corporation, aiding in the development of the L1 sound system. 
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