On Sunday the 17th, the band played the first of its new series of alternating dates at Nick’s, everyone’s favorite neighborhood bar with an eclectic atmosphere and a scintillating schedule of jazz, blues, cabaret, and what-have-you. We’ll be there pretty much every other Sunday for the foreseeable future, following the Listen poetry reading.
We played without Mr. Lawton, which presented some interesting challenges and forced us to dig deep into the catalog for some past gems…This will be our likely MO for the foreseeable future, sadly enough. Day jobs, y’know…
Nonetheless, we made some new fans and pleased some old ones (we hope), and look forward to doing it again.
We’ll be back at Nick’s on July 15th (skipping July 1st as Nick’s is having “Canada Day” — see what I mean about eclectic?) and the wonderful up-and-coming singer/songwriter Gracie Day will be there on June 24th and July 8th. After that, it’s every other Sunday. Nick’s, 124 Millbury Street, Worcester, MA. 9PM, donations accepted.
And on June 30th, we’ll be one of the bands on the bill for FarmFest, a benefit for Worcester’s Donker Farm, the only working farm still active within the city limits of Worcester! (They’ve got sheep. It’s cool.) Ralph’s Diner, 146 Grove Street, Worcester. More as the date approaches.