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:
Rachel Marie is a cunning wordsmith, and precociously sophisticated. Clear and mature vocal production colors songs that are relevant, relatable, and far-reaching. The social awareness of folk meets the introspection of the singer-songwriter tradition with a moderate dose of snark.
Erica Leigh | Musician & Artist
Using a microphone & a paintbrush, musician-artist Erica Leigh aims to inspire, uplift & make the world a little less lonely! After nearly losing her voice to cancer, she delivers a depth of meaning behind every note & every brush stroke she makes.
I'm a classically trained pianist and violist, and a largely self-taught guitarist and singer. I like to write songs. Check out my music on my website and my youtube channel, both of which I will get around to updating one of these months. In my day job, I work in a genetic research lab at Harvard where I spend my time unraveling the mysteries of the human genome.
Amy Kucharik is a singer-songwriter, dancer, and DJ from Somerville, MA. Amy writes and performs songs on ukulele, and has been featured as a vocalist with several local and national musicians. Her influences include Bessie Smith and the Asylum Street Spankers, and her vocals have been compared to Lena Horne. Her song "Dance Crush Blues" has been DJed at blues dance events across the country and as far away as Israel.
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Friends of the Somerville Public Library
As The Sparrow
As the Sparrow is a folk influenced rock-swing band based around the songwriting of Mark Damon. In 2009, while majoring in Theater at Salem State University and working as a professional actor in downtown Salem, Ma, Damon decided that his heart belonged to music. After writing an album's worth of songs he teamed up with his longtime friend Kenneth Mckeen, who in the fall of 2009, flew in from Michigan after performing in the Johnny Cash musical "The Ring of Fire" on upright bass. Soon after, Leo Fonseca and Yves Francois joined the group on trumpet and percussion.