Phil and the Flying Leap twists and re-imagines music across multiple genres of classic American song. Songwriter Phil Berman's melodies and lyrics usher the Great American Songbook into the 21st century. They released their epic debut album Play the Part in December 2021, streaming on all major platforms and available for purchase on bandcamp. For more video content, visit philandtheflyingleap.com/video
Over a patchwork of Americana, soul, and rock, Billy Dodge Moody explores family dynamics, depression, marriage, and saying goodbye to friends and loved ones gone too soon with unfiltered candor.
what's up it's drippy booty!!! somerville's worst rock band! yeah!!!!!
Dogs in a Pile play songs we love!
Join us for an afternoon of singing, with opportunities to join in yourself! We'll be featuring a variety of quartets and music and sharing our love of harmony with the PorchFest community.
Barbershop music is a uniquely American close harmony musical art form whose roots lie in African-American improvisation and European harmony traditions. It is a distinct style of unaccompanied (a cappella) vocal music characterized by consonant four-part chords for every melody note in a primarily homorhythmic (the same word sounds at the same time) texture.
We play an eclectic mix of romantic/meditative instrumental tunes from variety of traditions and genres, including movie theme, gospel/hymns/worship, classical, and the American Songbook
An Elvis inspired rock & roll rodeo, with guitars, bass and drums.
Hard-Hittin', foot-stompin', Blues and Punk Outfit from Brooklyn, NY.
A one-man band not to be reckoned with!
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Come join our porch party! First we'll have Catch a Dinosaur bring their sonic textures and rockin' beats. Then Jan Marie will bring bluesy, folksy, soulful, jazzy tunes to get you groovin'. Bring your dancing shoes and get ready to sing along!
Catch A Dinosaur: 4-4:45pm
Jan Marie & The Mean Reds: 5-6pm
Just me and my trusty Oscar Schmidt. I may be able to recruit a neighbor for guitar back-up.