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  • Caroline Spence & Robby Hecht CD Release

    Tue May 22nd 8:00 EDT - Folk, Country

    For 60 years, Club Passim in Harvard Square has been known as a premier listening room presenting new and established performers of genres ranging from folk and acoustic to jazz, and everything in between. The historic non-profit music venue presents over 400 shows per year to an audience of over 30,000.

  • Welcome to the COYOTE MUSIC DEN - Live Music Concert Listening Room and Lesson Studio on the edge of the harbor in Community Square, Ocracoke Island, NC. A historic, magical setting. "Coyote Plus One" is an evening of well-crafted spontaneity with Coyote (Marcy and Lou) and a different guest each week. (Tuesdays, May 23 - Sept 26) Sponsored by Dajio Restaurant. "An evening with COYOTE - Marcy & Lou" This is a long-awaited return by popular demand of this duo to the stage - charming, powerful original songs and unique covers. (Wednesdays, May 24 - Sept 27) "Martin Garrish & Friends - "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories" hosted by this beloved island native along with Coyote (Marcy & Lou) and special guests. (Fridays, April 14 - Nov 22 Thanksgiving Show) - December 8 is the Christmas Show and final show of 2017. These "house concert style" shows are held (and broadcast live) on Ocracoke Island, NC from the COYOTE MUSIC DEN. COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers. They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. For more info visit www.coyotemusic.net Coyote Music Den info only line (252) 928-6874 (music) Photos & Graphics by Jessie Morrissey, Carol Woolgar Signs by Len Skinner, Bob Imber

  • Sonic Love Child

    Tue May 22nd 9:00 EDT - Folk, Country

    Great melodies and fine lyrics provide the inspiration for the wide ranging lead vocals, deft harmonies, and tasteful instrumentation that characterize Sonic Love Child's performances. With classic and original country, folk, blues, and vintage pop, SLC employs a broad palette of styles to paint an engaging and affectionate portrait of American roots and pop music. Featuring David Alderson on vocals and rhythm guitar, Mark Hoornbeek on lead acoustic and electric guitars, Nicole Navratil on vocals and percussion, and Shirley Fors on harmony vocals, SLC shares its enthusiasm for diverse music with with equal measures of respect for tradition and irreverent humor.

  • Joe Wrabek Streaming Test Concert

    Tue May 22nd 10:00 EDT -

    On Nov. 7, the Bay City Arts Center will host our fourth annual celebration of MARIE ANTOINETTE'S BIRTHDAY (it would have been her 260th). WITH CAKE! And live music by Fred Bassett and Sonya Kazen, Eric Sappington, Jim Nelson and Tim Hines, and Wayne Frampton and Joe Wrabek. Streamed live over ConcertWindow. Startx 7 p.m.

  • 2fer at Kulak's Woodshed on Laurel Canyon in North Hollywood, CA

    Tue May 22nd 11:00 EDT - Singer/Songwriter, Americana

    -On showcase night's, all support/tips made to Kulak's Woodshed forwarded to the artist/s. -You can email the artists during the show at: kulakswebcast@yaho o.com -Trouble viewing? www.concertwindow.desk.com/

  • COYOTE -- Marcy & Lou "Just We Two"

    Wed May 23rd 8:00 EDT - Folk, Blues

    Welcome to the COYOTE MUSIC DEN - Live Music Concert Listening Room and Lesson Studio on the edge of the harbor in Community Square, Ocracoke Island, NC. A historic, magical setting. "Coyote Plus One" is an evening of well-crafted spontaneity with Coyote (Marcy and Lou) and a different guest each week. (Tuesdays, May 23 - Sept 26) Sponsored by Dajio Restaurant. "An evening with COYOTE - Marcy & Lou" This is a long-awaited return by popular demand of this duo to the stage - charming, powerful original songs and unique covers. (Wednesdays, May 24 - Sept 27) "Martin Garrish & Friends - "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories" hosted by this beloved island native along with Coyote (Marcy & Lou) and special guests. (Fridays, April 14 - Nov 22 Thanksgiving Show) - December 8 is the Christmas Show and final show of 2017. These "house concert style" shows are held (and broadcast live) on Ocracoke Island, NC from the COYOTE MUSIC DEN. COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers. They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. For more info visit www.coyotemusic.net Coyote Music Den info only line (252) 928-6874 (music) Photos & Graphics by Jessie Morrissey, Carol Woolgar Signs by Len Skinner, Bob Imber

  • The Burren Backroom Series, launched in October of 2011, has already created many memorable, intimate, informal presentations. These shows are held in a truly atmospheric space, created by well-known traditional musicians Tommy & Louise McCarthy in Davis Square, Somerville, Masachusetts. Wednesday night shows are hosted by Brian O'Donovan of "A Celtic Sojurn" on WGBH radio, these gatherings feature core performers from many aspects of traditional music as well as special guests, & conversations around the music. Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights shows feature an eclectic mix of artists and styles of music. To see details about coming down to The Burren Backroom Series, check out www.burren.com for all list of all shows and many other musical events in our front and back rooms

  • Martin Garrish & Friends "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories"

    Fri May 25th 8:00 EDT - Folk, Blues

    Welcome to the COYOTE MUSIC DEN - Live Music Concert Listening Room and Lesson Studio on the edge of the harbor in Community Square, Ocracoke Island, NC. A historic, magical setting. "Coyote Plus One" is an evening of well-crafted spontaneity with Coyote (Marcy and Lou) and a different guest each week. (Tuesdays, May 23 - Sept 26) Sponsored by Dajio Restaurant. "An evening with COYOTE - Marcy & Lou" This is a long-awaited return by popular demand of this duo to the stage - charming, powerful original songs and unique covers. (Wednesdays, May 24 - Sept 27) "Martin Garrish & Friends - "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories" hosted by this beloved island native along with Coyote (Marcy & Lou) and special guests. (Fridays, April 14 - Nov 22 Thanksgiving Show) - December 8 is the Christmas Show and final show of 2017. These "house concert style" shows are held (and broadcast live) on Ocracoke Island, NC from the COYOTE MUSIC DEN. COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers. They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. For more info visit www.coyotemusic.net Coyote Music Den info only line (252) 928-6874 (music) Photos & Graphics by Jessie Morrissey, Carol Woolgar Signs by Len Skinner, Bob Imber

  • Rod MacDonald & Mark Dann-New Cd Concert

    Fri May 25th 9:00 EDT - Folk

    Rod MacDonald & Mark Dann have been playing guitar and bass together since 1976, and have recorded 10 of Rod's 11 cds of his own songs, and done 35 tours in Europe. They appear in tandem in most of Rod's northeast US concerts as well. This concert will be broadcast from Mark's studio in Woodstock, using professional mics and equipment.

  • The Ladles Streaming live from Casa Verde

    Fri May 25th 10:30 EDT - Folk, Country

    A continuing concert series, organized by retired ski patroller and Powder skier from Bear Valley, Phil Davis. We have presented concerts for over 25 years, and in the past few years, on a much more regular basis, thanks to my friends at the Big Sur and Shasta Fiddle Camps. Our Log Cabin Venue is snowbound during winter months, and is enjoyed by visiting ski groups and families mostly on weekends. So while most of our shows will take place on weeknights, we are also working with other possible venues in Bear Valley, to present artists on Weekends when possible. On May 25th, we present The Ladles, at Casa Verde. RSVP for address at 415 779 2093 if you plan to attend, or tune in here on Concert Window. Promoter Phil Davis is a retired ski patroller in Bear Valley, California with the nickname “Powderbear” due to the snowy conditions in which he works. Back in 1980, Phil and two friends bought a remote log cabin in the Bear Valley ski area with the intention of turning it into a cross country ski lodge. It wasn’t located near the roads; as Phil says, “I had the snow cat to get guests in, and pack a trail to the cabin.” The lodge was used as a base for a helicopter skiing operation for a few years, and then a new idea emerged. “Some of my Strawberry Music Festival Friends convinced me late one night that we should put together a gig at my Log Cabin. So our first gig was with a band they had at the time, called ‘Horse Opry,’ and it was a benefit for the local school, to send the kids on a field trip to Washington DC that next summer. Then a few years later, I met the Violin Voyager, Kim Angelis and her husband Josef, and we did a couple of house concerts with them in the next several years. It was very occasional at first.” Through a chance one-off concert with Australian band The Waifs, and then the friendly prodding of fiddler Tashina Clarridge, Phil began hosting regular concerts at the Log Cabin. In recent years he has hosted Aoife O’Donovan, The Deadly Gentlemen, Phoebe Hunt, and the 10 String Symphony, among others. Since finding a way to bring satellite internet out to the Log Cabin, Phil has recently entered the new domain of webcasting his shows. “Concert Window,” he says, “is a wonderful project that provides not only promotion of concerts, but also a funding source to help these projects stay alive. Every ticket sold on Concert Window is vote for live music. If there is a space, and you have musicians who are willing to play in your space, go for it!” If you’re interested in visiting the cabin, better pack your skis. According to Phil, “it can be reached both by downhill or cross country skis, but not by car (for 6 months of winter). The roads are packed and groomed in Bear Valley, and our cabin is located on a very private trail, about 5 minutes ski, or walk, from the nearest ‘groomed road.’ For first time non skiing guests, and for musicians and equipment, we can transport you via snowmobile and cargo sled to the cabin. Once you know where it is, it's a pleasant walk, and in moonlight, it is a piece of pure magic.” We appreciate the support of those who know the magic of live music. Please come, or tune in online and contribute what you can to help this project support live music and touring musicians.

  • The Burned CD Release Event

    Sat May 26th 12:00 EDT -

    “I can hear music in the stars/I can paint pictures with my voice,” claims singer/ songwriter Kurt Baumann in “Music in the Stars,” one of the songs on The Burned, the name of his solo project, the result of a lifetime chasing his muse. Born in San Antonio, and growing up in a rural East Texas town, his parents separating when he was three, Kurt and his sister lived their teen years with their father, an airline pilot who once worked for the Prime Minister of Lebanon, in such exotic locales as Saudi Arabia and Germany. As a child, his favorite singer was Willie Nelson, but he also listened to master storytellers like Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson before his sister turned him toward New Wave Rock, eventually drawing him to bands such as The Cure, Depeche Mode and Jane’s Addiction. Although he played in a grunge-style punk garage band while in Germany, then was a member of the popular jam band Kan’nal he traveled a long road to write his solo bow that took him to a mystical, transcendent experience in an abandoned mining town tucked away among the mountains of Mexico where The Burned was born. “People have described my music as kind of spooky and dark,” says Baumann, much of its inspiration coming from the parched terrain of his home state that has produced a musical melting pot of country, blues, soul, rock, R&B and psychedelic sounds. “I needed to fulfill this vision by going back to my Texas roots.” A vocalist from the time he could walk, Kurt would sing country songs for his elementary school show-and-tell, always knowing he had a stage presence, but it wasn’t until he gave up music, traveled to Mexico, and had a number of explorative journeys and experiences that he found he had something to write about. “I wanted to find a deeper thing within myself to present to the world,” he says. EARLY SUCCESSES Listeners appreciated The Burned for its evocative tales, proclaiming the album “fantastic” and “worth every penny.” Television and radio responded well, too, with “Man Running" featured on NBC's hit show Chase, "Make Believe" on CW's Gossip Girl, and "Time" was not only on ABC's Make It or Break It, but was also selected by Hoda Kotb on the Today Show as the featured song. "Hard Lesson" became a most requested song (2011, KINK in Portland, Ore.) and settled in at number 3 on Seattle’s The Mountain. Critics raved, including Skope Magazine’s Diana Olson who wrote, “It's rare when music and lyrics reach down and touch your soul. So rare, I can't remember the last time it happened to me. Suddenly, I am sitting here mesmerized by The Burned. Thought- provoking, current day lyrics are combined with mellow, acoustic and electronic sounds that extend themselves creating visual experiences that transcend definition.” The Burned’s acclaimed first chapter had fans clamoring for live shows. Indeed, that first album (largely studio-based) was a success story that surprised even Baumann, who has since pulled together a full touring band to both record and perform the band’s new music. INTO THE FUTURE “Dark Red Sun”, the first of a series of EP’s to be released, marks the beginning of a new chapter for The Burned. While still in the spirit of the debut album, his new songs exhibit the storytelling, rootsy feel of epic ballads heard during his Texas childhood blended with the psychedelic rock of today. “For me the music feels like a cross between Johnny Cash and Pink Floyd somehow. If there’s a bridge between those two worlds we’re somewhere on it.” “In the past, my writing has been more esoteric,” explains Baumann, “and while I love mysterious songs that are open to individual interpretation, sometimes people are confused about the meaning. The new songs aim to revive classic storytelling, but with rock tones and textures added along the way.” To sum up the spirit of Baumann’s writing, The Burned’s bass guitarist Kevin Colomby notes, “His songs conjure images of wild fires and dying embers and the thoughts that come when you stay awake all night, alone, under a big sky of stars.” With The Burned, Kurt Baumann’s music carries us to a world where there are no finish lines and always something greater beyond, “…just jump over the edge and see.”

  • Dirty Bird, Gentle Temper, TOLEDO

    Sat May 26th 7:00 EDT - Event, Folk

    The Burren Backroom Series, launched in October of 2011, has already created many memorable, intimate, informal presentations. These shows are held in a truly atmospheric space, created by well-known traditional musicians Tommy & Louise McCarthy in Davis Square, Somerville, Masachusetts. Wednesday night shows are hosted by Brian O'Donovan of "A Celtic Sojurn" on WGBH radio, these gatherings feature core performers from many aspects of traditional music as well as special guests, & conversations around the music. Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights shows feature an eclectic mix of artists and styles of music. To see details about coming down to The Burren Backroom Series, check out www.burren.com for all list of all shows and many other musical events in our front and back rooms

  • Profit Engine

    Sat May 26th 8:00 EDT -

    This program is perfect for newbies. The 8 week program is ideal for anyone wanting to get started and make a day-job-quitting level income online. But it doesn't stop there, there's enough training and community support to take them to a millionaire status and beyond. VISIT Link - 01 or Link - 02 Link - 01 : https://www.quora.com/What-is-Profit-Engine-Course-Any-Good-Review-Bonus Link - 02: https://medium.com/@laaupdates/the-profit-engine-review-bonus-by-mark-ling-3ce590d61a67

  • The Burned CD Release Event

    Sun May 27th 12:00 EDT -

    “I can hear music in the stars/I can paint pictures with my voice,” claims singer/ songwriter Kurt Baumann in “Music in the Stars,” one of the songs on The Burned, the name of his solo project, the result of a lifetime chasing his muse. Born in San Antonio, and growing up in a rural East Texas town, his parents separating when he was three, Kurt and his sister lived their teen years with their father, an airline pilot who once worked for the Prime Minister of Lebanon, in such exotic locales as Saudi Arabia and Germany. As a child, his favorite singer was Willie Nelson, but he also listened to master storytellers like Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson before his sister turned him toward New Wave Rock, eventually drawing him to bands such as The Cure, Depeche Mode and Jane’s Addiction. Although he played in a grunge-style punk garage band while in Germany, then was a member of the popular jam band Kan’nal he traveled a long road to write his solo bow that took him to a mystical, transcendent experience in an abandoned mining town tucked away among the mountains of Mexico where The Burned was born. “People have described my music as kind of spooky and dark,” says Baumann, much of its inspiration coming from the parched terrain of his home state that has produced a musical melting pot of country, blues, soul, rock, R&B and psychedelic sounds. “I needed to fulfill this vision by going back to my Texas roots.” A vocalist from the time he could walk, Kurt would sing country songs for his elementary school show-and-tell, always knowing he had a stage presence, but it wasn’t until he gave up music, traveled to Mexico, and had a number of explorative journeys and experiences that he found he had something to write about. “I wanted to find a deeper thing within myself to present to the world,” he says. EARLY SUCCESSES Listeners appreciated The Burned for its evocative tales, proclaiming the album “fantastic” and “worth every penny.” Television and radio responded well, too, with “Man Running" featured on NBC's hit show Chase, "Make Believe" on CW's Gossip Girl, and "Time" was not only on ABC's Make It or Break It, but was also selected by Hoda Kotb on the Today Show as the featured song. "Hard Lesson" became a most requested song (2011, KINK in Portland, Ore.) and settled in at number 3 on Seattle’s The Mountain. Critics raved, including Skope Magazine’s Diana Olson who wrote, “It's rare when music and lyrics reach down and touch your soul. So rare, I can't remember the last time it happened to me. Suddenly, I am sitting here mesmerized by The Burned. Thought- provoking, current day lyrics are combined with mellow, acoustic and electronic sounds that extend themselves creating visual experiences that transcend definition.” The Burned’s acclaimed first chapter had fans clamoring for live shows. Indeed, that first album (largely studio-based) was a success story that surprised even Baumann, who has since pulled together a full touring band to both record and perform the band’s new music. INTO THE FUTURE “Dark Red Sun”, the first of a series of EP’s to be released, marks the beginning of a new chapter for The Burned. While still in the spirit of the debut album, his new songs exhibit the storytelling, rootsy feel of epic ballads heard during his Texas childhood blended with the psychedelic rock of today. “For me the music feels like a cross between Johnny Cash and Pink Floyd somehow. If there’s a bridge between those two worlds we’re somewhere on it.” “In the past, my writing has been more esoteric,” explains Baumann, “and while I love mysterious songs that are open to individual interpretation, sometimes people are confused about the meaning. The new songs aim to revive classic storytelling, but with rock tones and textures added along the way.” To sum up the spirit of Baumann’s writing, The Burned’s bass guitarist Kevin Colomby notes, “His songs conjure images of wild fires and dying embers and the thoughts that come when you stay awake all night, alone, under a big sky of stars.” With The Burned, Kurt Baumann’s music carries us to a world where there are no finish lines and always something greater beyond, “…just jump over the edge and see.”

  • Andrew McKnight Memorial Day Vidcast

    Mon May 28th 9:00 EDT - Folk, Singer/Songwriter

    Since permanently leaving his corporate environmental engineering career in 1996, award-winning folk and Americana artist Andrew McKnight's musical journey has traced nearly a million miles of blue highways, and earned him a wealth of critical acclaim and enthusiastic fans for his captivating performances and 8 recordings. <p> "Stretching across the landscape of American folk music is a highway paved by Guthrie and Dylan... now Virginia native Andrew McKnight takes his turn smoothing down the blacktop" - <em>Performing Songwriter</em> <p> He usually tours solo, but also performs frequently with founding Nitty Gritty Dirt Band member Les Thompson fronting their genre-bending quartet Beyond Borders. He is also an insightful essayist and poet, a gifted workshop leader, and a warm and thoughtful interview. <p> Taking his cue from the lyrics of his award-winning song "Good Things Matter", he often shares his talents both on the road and close to home near northwestern Virginia's Blue Ridge to help "neighbors in need". Whether aiding people living on the margins with food drives at concerts, singing for and about workers and communities displaced by mountaintop removal coal mining, or introducing children to music and creativity, he has seen up close the power of music to help others. His empathy and curiosity span a wide range of subjects, from the vulnerability of an illegal immigrant woman (“These Shoes”) to imagining what words Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings might have written about their lives together (“Diary”). <p> Andrew’s solo performances are like one man theatre; the songs are woven together with humorous stories and poetic drama, and the musical soundscape traverses influences from Appalachia, tasteful slide and jazzy blues, feisty anthems, rustic folk, and even a little fancy flatpicking on a Carter Family tune. While his guitar is clearly the foundation, the touches of native American cedar flute, djembe (African hand drum) and even mandolin add delightful and mesmerizing embellishments to the show.

  • Welcome to the COYOTE MUSIC DEN - Live Music Concert Listening Room and Lesson Studio on the edge of the harbor in Community Square, Ocracoke Island, NC. A historic, magical setting. "Coyote Plus One" is an evening of well-crafted spontaneity with Coyote (Marcy and Lou) and a different guest each week. (Tuesdays, May 23 - Sept 26) Sponsored by Dajio Restaurant. "An evening with COYOTE - Marcy & Lou" This is a long-awaited return by popular demand of this duo to the stage - charming, powerful original songs and unique covers. (Wednesdays, May 24 - Sept 27) "Martin Garrish & Friends - "Playing Your Ocracoke Memories" hosted by this beloved island native along with Coyote (Marcy & Lou) and special guests. (Fridays, April 14 - Nov 22 Thanksgiving Show) - December 8 is the Christmas Show and final show of 2017. These "house concert style" shows are held (and broadcast live) on Ocracoke Island, NC from the COYOTE MUSIC DEN. COYOTE are Marcy Brenner & Lou Castro who make Ocracoke Island, NC their home. Ever "the trickster," Coyote draw from a huge arc of influences (and instruments!) from classical to heavy metal, in both original songs and adapting covers. They have an engaging and spontaneous presence that invites listeners and audiences into their proverbial living room with enchanting, intimate songs and colorful music tinged with folk, rock, blues and jazz flavors. For more info visit www.coyotemusic.net Coyote Music Den info only line (252) 928-6874 (music) Photos & Graphics by Jessie Morrissey, Carol Woolgar Signs by Len Skinner, Bob Imber

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