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12.19.14
Community Music and Dance Party
Guiding Star Grange
Xopo presents a mostly Balkan dance. No partner necessary. Come to listen or to dance.
12.20.14
David Bartley
Alina's Ristorante
Pianist Bartley interprets jazz standards and non-standards.
12.20.14
Moment’s Notice
Mocha Maya's Coffee House
Jazz quartet.
12.20.14
The Commander Cody Band
Iron Horse Music Hall
Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen played San Francisco's Fillmore Auditorium with the Grateful Dead. Stewart James and The Juke Joint All-Stars open.
12.20.14
Rev Tor Solo
Tavern at the Williams Inn
Funky, bass-heavy rhythms.
12.20.14
Holiday Show for the Food Bank of Western Mass.
13th Floor Music Lounge
Featuring 12 bands, including Tundra Toddler, Salvation Alley String Band, Sore Eros, Rabbit Rabbit Awful Din, and Gracefully Aging Hippy Soloists. 21-plus. Free with 5 non-perishable food items.
12.20.14
Steven Schoenberg
The Arts Block
Composer and improvisational pianist Schoenberg gives a special holiday concert.
12.20.14
Ray Mason
Thirsty Mind
Original rock, pop, and roll.
12.20.14
Roadhorse, Uncomfortables, Creature Machine
The O’s
Heavy metal show.
12.20.14
Billy Egan
The Delaney House
Irish music in the Mick.
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