Chick Singer Night is gearing up for another of their concerts to showcase some of the best women singers in the greater-Boston area. For their upcoming Friday night, June 3rd concert at the Chevalier Theatre in Medford, Massachusetts, there will be plenty of variety. This is also the first time CSN will hold their event at the Medford theater.
Some music events have a way of bringing things full circle back to what is most important. Boston blues guitarist Peter Parcek is gearing up for a very special show. May 14th is the day on which the king of the blues, B.B. King passed away, and Parcek will play a tribute concert to King at the Chevalier Theatre in Medford, Massachusetts. The concert runs from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The Chevalier is located at 30 Forest Street in Medford.
John Hall, known for producing blues festivals at the Marshfield Fair these last 21 years, will present the New England Blues Summit at Cape Cod’s Resort And Conference Center in Hyannis, Massachusetts on May 13, May 14, and May 15. Judging by the activities and artists lined up, this could be the year’s biggest blues event in our six state region.
As they do every year, Adam Ezra Group sailed around Boston Harbor on the Provincetown II last Sunday afternoon with about 750 fans cheering them on as they played through several of their original songs and arrangements. A day after some of the band’ equipment was stolen from their van, surprisingly good weather one upped dreary weather reports and the musicians and their Sunday afternoon fans had one fine day.
Some tribute shows come across like a work of art. Boston’s Peter Parcek and his trio along with special guests paid a glorious tribute to B.B. King as part of the On Stage series at the Chevalier Theatre in Medford, Massachusetts last Saturday night. By placing the band at the end of the stage with their backs toward the audience seats, the On Stage producers created a café style seating arrangement for patrons sitting on stage with the band. Last Saturday night’s show was packed, making the tribute a success financially as well as artistically.