Monthly Archives: November 2011
This was one of several going away parties for Bob and his girlfriend Marie, both talented artists now living in California. Bob played a lot of great indie stuff, plus some Boston Pops for good measure. He also did a special elevated live acoustic performance with Rob Thibault which brought the bar to a hush.
Scott Masson, singer/songwriter behind the bands Glossies and Office, was my special guest for this Thanksgiving week night. Scott also played a special solo set on guitar and piano. It also turned out to be Pizzapalooza, an annual event where everyone brings a pizza to share and then everyone eats a ton of different kinds […]
This night was Troy’s birthday bash, and as a special surprise he brought Matt Smith along with him to be a guest DJ. Matt and Troy had planned to each do acoustic sets, but at the last minute they decided to just play together and alternate songs. It made for a special set, complete with […]
Scotty Hagen is probably best known these days as the manager of UHF, the best new record store north of 8 mile. Scotty has a long history of not only selling music in the retail space, previously at Rockabilly’s and Border’s, but also putting out music through his label Bellyache Records. He’s also played bass […]
Laura Witkowski is a freelance music writer for several publications and her own site, Pillow Fights and Boxing Tuesday. She’s also the drummer in John Nelson and His New Girlfriends and the chief songwriter behind A Lady Never Tells. She was also a totally fun guest and brought lots of great records.