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Frankie and Dean - One For The Road
Majestic Theater
Jimmy Mazz and Patrick Tobin bring the Vegas of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin to the Majestic.
Floyd Patterson
The Delaney House
Acoustic and vocals in the Mick.
Bruce Korona
The O’s
Classic rock and pop.
The Healys
The Delaney House
Irish music in the Mick.
Caravan of Thieves
Coop on Bradley Farm
Part of the Seeds of Harmony Evening Concert Series. Held at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in case of rain.
John Coster
The Montague Bookmill
The songwriter, guitarist, and harmonica player performs with Chris Haynes and Tim Griffin in support of his recent album .
Juke Joint Jazz and Beleza
The Arts Block
Double bill evening part of the Jazz Plus series.
Get The Led Out—The American Led Zeppelin
Mountain Park
Jimmy Page's favorite Led Zep cover band.
Ray Mason
Bread Euphoria Cafe
Twenty albums and over 6,000 gigs later, an old guy with a beat up guitar still sings songs about furniture and broken hearts.
Christine Ohlman and Rebel Montez
Iron Horse Music Hall
The Beehive Queen comes to the Horse. With support from The Reprobate Blues Band.
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