brass band

Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society Brass Band

10 Irving Street, Somerville (see map on right)
Band Contact: Michael Romanyshyn
Saturday, May 18 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Second Line Social Aid and Pleasure Society Brass Band is a 12-20 piece “raucous, stomp-your-foot-and-belt-out-the-choruses” New Orleans-style street band based in Somerville & Cambridge, Massachusetts. We are regular Joes and Janes with day jobs who combine music with social action; slamming out the sounds of the legendary Crescent City for peace rallies, street festivals, parades, and benefits.We are also a part of the organizing force behind HONK! a festival of activist street bands that takes place every October in Somerville’s Davis Square.

Hornography

67 Winslow Ave., Somerville (see map on right)
Band Contact: Louis Epstein
Saturday, May 18 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

A family-friendly brass band that covers classic rock, pop, and hip-hop, from the past four decades.

Though we're scheduled to play from 4-6pm, we'll actually be performing from 12-2pm. Sorry, Porchfest organizers!

Catch us from the beginning of the Community Path on the east side of Davis Square.

Trumpet: Ravi Prasad, Kevin Saunders, Teddy Salgado

Saxophone: Louis Epstein, Evan Waters, Luci Mok

Trombone: Andy Pollock, David Bard

Melodica: Hannah Lewis

Bass Guitar: Matt Mugmon

Drumset: Mimi Zhang, Chris Bertrand, Allison Smith

Auxiliary Percussion: Emily Richmond Pollock

Hornography

67 Winslow Ave., Somerville (see map on right)
Band Contact: Louis Epstein
Saturday, May 19 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

A family-friendly brass band that covers classic rock, pop, hip-hop, and country hits from the past four decades.

 

Though we're scheduled to play from 4-6pm, we'll actually be performing from 12-2pm. Sorry, Porchfest organizers! This was the only porch we could find, and the only time that worked for the band . . . 

Catch us from the beginning of the Community Path on the east side of Davis Square - you'll be able to see and hear us while enjoying the sweet perfume of the community garden!

Syndicate content