Fortune has been playing out for 25 years now. Fortune plays out all over greater-Boston/New England, and this Saturday night they’ll be playing at Whippersnappers in beautiful Londonderry, New Hampshire. Music fans both local and regional know that Fortune has a long history, as they started out in the North Shore of Boston over two decades ago. Bassist Lou Spagnola, a 19 year veteran of Fortune, was on hand this afternoon to discuss his association with the band as well as this Saturday night’s Whippersnapper’s gig.
South Shore Irish Festival at Marshfield Fairgrounds is bringing some of the best musical talent that the Irish have to offer. Aside from Boston and New England based Irish music combos, this South Shore event will feature Ireland’s own Johnny McEvoy and new band Na Fianna as well as Canada’s John McDermott, a member of the Irish Tenors. And that’s not bad for a first time event. The South Shore Irish Festival will run September 12 & September 13, 2015.
Adam Ezra Group have a band mission to help serve humanity. It’s part of what they’ve been doing their inception in the year 2000. This Saturday’s annual Ramble at Salisbury Beach will try to raise funds to build a handicap accessible home for a homeless veteran. Ezra, each year, passes around a “bucket of love” […]
The 11th Annual “Slutty” Pete’s Birthday Jam with special guest Travis Colby gathered many of the usual suspects in the local area of Goffstown, New Hampshire’s Village Trestle. “Slutty” Pete Zona has been hosting the Wantu Blues Jam every Sunday at the Trestle for several years now. Nicknamed “Slutty” by other musicians because he’ll “play with anybody,” Zona has become a popular fixture in his area’s music scene, and this annual event recognizes him in grand style. With a little help from his friends.
HeatherFest 21 may have gotten rained on for about an hour last Sunday night. Yet, the weather didn’t stop the talent from raining out of the amplifiers for most of the event. A festival sized event hosted by blues fans Heather McKibben in her Norton, Massachusetts home for two decades, nothing has even been able to defeat this event. In fact, the storm only forced the side stage performer, Racky Thomas and his friends, to entertain from their mostly non electric, roofed stage.