If you google “the greatest band in the history of recorded music”, Jim's Big Ego is still the top hit. Former-villen Jim Infantino (lead vocals & guitar) returns for a 2nd Porchfest, (probably) accompanied by Jesse Flack (bass), Dan Cantor (percussion), and Josh Kantor (keyboards). “Kid safe but not kid oriented”.
We are Bunnychingus Dinner Club, a lively cover band playing everything from classic rock to RnB.
A well-known local band that regularly plays around the Boston area. Regularly plays at the Plough and Stars. The band has a CD out and another due soon.
Lea Peterson is a Somerville singer, pianist, composer, and music director. Come by to hear covers of classic rock, 70s, modern R&B, pop, and folk songs by artists like Paul Simon, Amy Winehouse, Adele, Allen Stone, Fleetwood Mac, Jim Croce, and much more. Sprinkled in the mix will be a few original compositions and possibly some cameo appearances by fellow musicians and colleagues. To hear more covers, compositions, and original arrangements you can visit www.leapeterson.com or subscribe on YouTube for new music every Wednesday! Come out and enjoy local, good vibes.
I am a solo guitar/singer playing mostly old delta blues style slide guitar. I'll be playing some original material as well as covering some old delta blues greats, including Son House, Mississippi Fred McDowell and Tampa Red. I also like to add in some interesting takes on modern music, including the likes of Radiohead and The Band. Weather permitting we might even cook up some crawfish!
The True Levellers are a Lynn-based traditional folk, old time, country, and blues band featuring:
Katie Cohen (fiddle, flat footing, vocals)
Jon Feinberg (guitar, vocals)
Ben Baldwin (banjo, harmonica, vocals)
Stick around for The Crown Street Quarrymen at 3pm!
Neil Young Tribute band
Local band playing originals and covers.
Sam Duncan and Zack Gresser
Four friends playing folk acoustic jams on guitar, irish harp, violin and piano. Three female vocalists harmonizing some classics and contemporary songs. Welcome to Craigie Street!