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  • Alec Delphenich

    Genres: Folk, Pop, and Singer-Songwriter
    Address: 36 Melrose St
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    A joining of passion and proficiency takes Alec’s performances beyond the realm of your average singer/songwriter. Enthusiasts of all genres can find enjoyment in his lyric-rich melodies and captivating guitar work.

  • Arlington Jammers

    Address: 15 Everett St
    Performance Time: 2:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    The Arlington Jammers came together from attending SAMW – WUMB’s Summer Acoustic Music Camp a few years ago.  After camp, this group gets together monthly and continues playing along with other local folks.

  • Aunt Mimi

    Address: 142-144 Herbert
    Performance Time:
    • 4:00 PM
    • 5:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    AUNT MIMI is an up-tempo, acoustic guitar duo performing pop hits with a rock edge. We cover material from the present decade to as early as the 1950s — from the Avett Brothers and Guster to the Kinks and the Everly Brothers. We combine harmony singing, varied guitar arrangements, and a wide range of styles in a way that keeps audiences listening and anticipating the next tune. Aunt Mimi’s overall sound incorporates American rock ballads, British pop, and country.

  • Casey LJ

    Address: 10 Cleveland
    Performance Time:
    • 4:00 PM
    • 5:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    Casey’s repertoire spans Country, Soul, Popular, Jazz Standards and originals with a singular American feel. Spanning a century of the American songbook, these are songs you know and love, whether you know it yet or not. Casey’s guitar and vocal renderings engage your ear with intricacy and nuance.

  • Doug Greenfield

    Address: 2 Mott St
    Performance Time: 2:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    Homemade, hand crafted, locally sourced, non-GMO songs of variable quality, unevenly played. Hopefully they’re fun to listen to but if not there’s many other porches full of actual talent.

  • Foggy Mountain Consort

    Address: 53 Appleton St
    Performance Time: 12:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    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.

  • Geno

    Address: 27 Wollaston Ave
    Performance Time: 12:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    My original and cover songs tend toward dry humor, word play, and themes of love and acceptance. Come listen, sing along, and laugh on Wollaston Ave.

  • Leon Rich

    Address: 43 Milton St.
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    A singer-songwriter – I play originals, classics and standards. Got my start years ago in Drum Corps as a horn player where I got hooked on the classics and jazz. I’ve been busking for several years, and perform in Harvard Sq. in spring and summer.

  • Linda Marks and Terry Smith

    Address: 167 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time:
    • 4:00 PM
    • 5:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    Singer/songwriter/pianist Linda Marks and finger style guitar player Terry Smith team up to share an eclectic mix of jazz, pop, folk, Bossa nova, show tunes and original songs that will touch the heart and make you smile in an intimate, accessible way.  Music is a language the reaches deeper than words and bridges all divides. Linda holds a degree in Music from Yale University with honors and distinction.  While at Yale, Linda co-founded Something Extra, Yale’s 3rd women’s a cappella singing group, as a 17 year old freshman.  Linda released her first album of all original songs, “Dreams And Themes” read more

  • Nate Taylor

    Address: 167-173 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time:
    • 2:00 PM
    • 3:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    Nate Taylor is a folksinger from Stroudsburg, PA. While working a two year stint in New York City, he realized that his true dream was to travel and play music. In February 2014 he left NYC to drive around the USA, write music, and perform. In April 2015, Nate moved to Medford, MA. Though Boston may be home now, his heart will always be on the road. Described by many as a 21st century troubadour, Nate weaves together vocals and acoustic guitar to create a sound both beautiful and transporting.

  • Phil Berman & the Flying Leap

    Address: 80 Broadway
    Performance Time: 3:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    Vaudevillian folk with with a wink, a nibble, and a quick turn of phrase. Phil Berman is a singer-songwriter in Cambridge, MA whose warm melodies and toothsome lyrics concoct a unique pop alchemy at the crossroads of Stephen Sondheim, Joni Mitchell, and Benny Goodman. With his honeyed, mercurial voice, and the deft, honkytonk thump of the band, Phil Berman & the Flying Leap creates a musical menagerie of timeless tunes and lush orchestrations hewn from the heart.

  • Rick Drost

    Address: 31 Inverness Rd
    Performance Time: 1:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    Rick Drost performs twice at Arlington Porchfest, first 1pm at 31 Inverness and second 4pm at 300 Mass Ave (Calvary Methodist). Rick Drost, has been writing songssince the late ’60s with depth and heart: songs that repay repeated listening and convey a long love of classical music, natural wonders, poetry. Early inspiration came from Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen; lately his influences are David Wilcox and Vance Gilbert.

  • Rick Drost II

    Address: 300 Massachusetts Ave
    Performance Time: 4:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    Rick Drost performs twice for Arlington Porchfest! First 1pm at 31 Inverness and second 4pm at 300 Mass Ave (Calvary Methodist). Rick Drost has been writing songs since the late ’60s with depth and heart: songs that repay repeated listening and convey a long love of classical music, natural wonders, poetry. Early inspiration came from Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen; lately his influences are David Wilcox and Vance Gilbert.

  • The 94s

    Address: 7 Tanager St
    Performance Time: 12:00 PM
    Rain Date: Yes. Available June 4

    The 94s are an acoustic duo lead by the ‘awesome and strong voice’ of Nicole Cuff (Tom Bianchi, Booking Agent at The Burren) and the songwriting of James Cuff, with relatable songs and poetic, thought-provoking lyrics. They are artists and storytellers performing around the Greater Boston area, and released their debut acoustic album Somerland June of 2016 on Bandcamp. Nicole and James are working on new material with a full band expected for release late 2017: https://theninetyfoursband.bandcamp.com/

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