Tupelo Music Hall

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Past shows

  • Royal Southern Brotherhood

    This show was on Mar 16th, 2014 | 19 people watched
    2 Comments
    • Mar 16
      Smokin' rhythm section. Hot guitar leads. Strong vocals. Great blues-R&B ensemble!
    • Mar 17
      I thought the band were excellent and it enjoyed them very much. However, I was disappointed with the sound, it sounded compressed and was distorted in places.
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  • Jefferson Starship

    This show was on Mar 15th, 2014 | 57 people watched
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    • Mar 16
      Cathy Richardson carries this band with exceptional vocals and Jude Gold is...breathtaking. It's great to see David Frieberg still rocking. He is my real hero. Chris on keyboards is a great talent, Donny on drums keeps it all steady and is a real pro. Paul Kantner, the legend, was in good voice, and we're grateful he still has the desire and energy to bring us a truly enjoyable trip down memory lane and exceptionally talented band.
    • Mar 16
      Great show. Streaming was very good. Looking forward to more Tupelo AND JS shows.
    • Mar 17
      Very disappointed in the performance. Paul was there in body but not in spirit, David Freiberg was strong -- he's got lungs, he can still sing well. He needs to join a better band. Cathy Richardson was obnoxious, bombastic, no nuance, no sense of lyricism whatever. The stage setting was miserable. I've seen better lit and decorated high school cover bands. That played JA and JS a lot better than these croaking turkeys. I've seen them be SO much better on YouTube. These geezers need to hang it up. And I say that as a HUGE Jefferson Airplane fan since 1967, That rip aside -- I love your medium, and would gladly watch another show on Concert Window. Some 60s-70s musicians, of course. You have a very nice viewing medium -- but -- JS just phoned in that performance. Ain't gonna pay $20 up front again . . . pay less, tip if I want to, and I would for a band that could still play. Your format would work well with even arena performances, though I think you'll be best in a small stage in the round, carpets, unplugged style. For classic, established and emerging artists alike, they can tweak their shows a bit to your format and you'll have a formidable product. But I picked JS -- which is the only band I recognize on your performance list -- and I learned my lesson. I wish they would learn theirs and hang it up, rather than continue to blemish their name and their history. That was ONCE the top live performance band in the US, in the late 60s and early 70s. There's nothing left but the dregs.
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Bio

Tupelo Music Hall presents nationally-recognized musicians who perform in a friendly, relaxed and attractive setting. The hall is an intimate venue with flexible seating arrangements and a whole lot of charm. The readers of New Hampshire Magazine have voted Tupelo the best small venue in the state for the last six years.

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Tupelo Music Hall presents nationally-recognized musicians who perform in a friendly, relaxed and attractive setting. The hall is an intimate venue with flexible seating arrangements and a whole lot of charm. The readers of New Hampshire Magazine have voted Tupelo the best small venue in the state for the last six years.

"I love playing Tupelo Music Hall... it's the perfect venue for a live web cast. The fans are up close and there is a lot of interaction, the room itself has that real live wood sound that is warm without a lot of bothersome slap back that you get in some places. I just felt really comfortable on the stage and the band really enjoyed the gig."
-- J.Oates

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