Hokupa`a Hula Collective is a collaboration of Hawaiian hula groups from southern New Hampshire and the Boston area of Massachusetts. We present authentic Hawaiian and Polynesian entertainment for luaus, parties, weddings,nursing homes, and businesses, and cultural educational programs for schools and organizations.
Miri Keliphen is inspired by and presents dance styles from the Romany Gypsies’ travels through time and around the world. Bright costumes, ringing finger cymbals, and props such as swords, veils, and fire bowls add to our audience’s delight!
I’ve played at the Middle East upstairs along with TT the bears place in Cambridge starting at the age of 15 (I’m 17 now). Performing has always been my passion and my dream is to sell out the house of blues in Boston
From Arlington, The Stacking Stones Band dovetails alt-country and folk rock styles that grew out of vintage American music. Led by Kelly Dearing’s gospel-steeped voice and harmonies from Christina Gavin (keys) and Mike Manion (guitar), the band includes Eric Dearing on guitar, Dave Millar on drums, and John Coley on bass.
Roaring Jelly is a mass fiddle band, with many other instruments as well – mandolins, guitars, accordeons, spoons, piano, flutes, pennywhistles, snare drum, washboard, and coconuts. We play mostly jigs, reels, and waltzes, with an occasional march, polka, or schottische. From September through June, we play a contradance on the third Friday of each month …