Singer songwriter of the neo-folkie world, like played on WUMB.
Address: 53 Appleton StPerformance Time: 12:00 PM
Foggy Mountain Consort is a group dedicated to performing music from a wide historical range – starting with plucked string music and songs from as early as 1600. While this music is very old, it still rings contemporary when approached in the right manner. We mix old instruments with newer ones, old styles with a fresh approach, and mostly have a great time making music together. We try to play with all our heart and soul, have no fear, and enjoy the collaboration.
Address: 30 Cleveland StPerformance Time:
- 2:00 PM
- 3:00 PM
A cocktail of americana that’s behind the times by about 100 years. Formed when four good lookin’ musicians met at a bluegrass jam and wondered what would happen if they threw in some oldtime religion and minor swing. Inspired by a time where blues, jazz, and jugbands were young, the west had just been won, and the country was still gettin’ down to Appalachian murder ballads, yodeling cowboys, hoedowns, sea shanties and medicine shows.
Address: 80 Melrose StPerformance Time: 3:00 PM
Klyma Change is Real!!! Fans of Hank Williams and Tom Petty will love this. As will fans of Merle Haggard, the Grateful Dead, Todd Snider, and the Rolling Stones. Fans of waltz, east coast swing, 2-step, and boogaloo will be besides themselves. Klyma change is real!
Address: 15 Lanark RdPerformance Time: 12:00 PM
Andy Santospago writes songs, plays many stringed instruments and sings with groups in various styles ranging from Jazz to Americana. He can be seen and heard playing with Greg Klyma – a prolific songwriter and seasoned performer – at Gregs Americana Sunday weekly series at Thunder Road in Somerville. Joining the band will be seasoned performers Ian McMillan (drums), Neil Helme (Bass) and Aaron Goff (Mandolin).
Address: 37 Henderson StreetPerformance Time:
- 4:00 PM
- 5:00 PM
TAiL a Boston band with global roots.Take five people from… Louisiana, Vermont, Connecticut, Ohio and Sweden. Add equal parts of folk, old-fashioned country, with a pinch of bluegrass and gospel. Put it into a pot of cover tunes from the last century. Spice with plenty of harmony vocals and add anoriginal or two. That’s Tail – rootsy, acoustic, and pleasant.What to expect? Songs of Neil Young, Beatles, Dylan, Traditionals,Steve Earl, Grateful Dead, Pixies, 80’s pop70s hits, originals.All presented with a very personal touch.