Billy Boy is a rag tag group of knockaround musicians bringing you bluegrass, country, folk, and original tunes. With Tina Armstead on banjo, John Lussier and Patrick Fodor on guitar, and Emily Pacheco on uke, Billy Boy is playing all that good old-timey material mixed with some contemporary covers, a few songs about Jesus for all you sinners and some songs about sinning for all you saints.
Members of Philabuster will perform all your favorites from Dion and the Belmonts and The Beatles to Mumford and Sons and Foo Fighters, and everything in between. Special guest performances by Michael Simmarano and Paul Chase.
Eclectic a capella, from classical to contemporary and beyond.
classical guitar folk pop with a drum machine
We are a group of friends who love to pick some tunes whenever we can! We love Porchfest and how it brings the community together! Let it begin!
Porchfish is a one man folk/blues act playing some old Delta Blues songs on the slide guitar. Paying homage to the old greats like Son House, Bukka White, and Mississippi Fred McDowell as well as some new greats like Guy Davis and Eric Bibb. Also throwing in some original songs as well as a few interesting covers of the likes of The Band, Tom Waits, Johnny Cash and others.
Rumor has it there will be a Cajun Crawfish boil as well.
Low volume friends acoustic jam of faves by Bowie, the Velvet Underground, Iggy, Beatles, Ramones, Buzzcocks, T Rex and other folky songs I don't know - FEATURING CLARA WELLONS
Annabelle's Revival came together from a couple of friends who met while jamming, as so many groups do. And now they're ready to take their love of traditional and modern bluegrass with a mix of other styles on the road - or at least as far as the front porch. Come by and say hi!
Dann and Mary have been writing and playing music for over ten years each and last year decided to combine their forces. Their harmony-driven pop-rock-folk incorporates intelligent and honest lyrics, chord progressions both familiar and new, and a pervasive energy and fun that is infectious in their live performances.
The product of countless stages and dusty backroads from Cambodia to Cambridge, John Shakespear's music captures the restless tension between the joy of stillness and the need for change. With a six-piece band and string section, his indie-folk songs take on a raucous grandeur that recalls the Arcade Fire and Stars.