The UnCommon Coffeehouse Presents:
John Fannon on Friday, December 5, 2014
John Fannon is the former Singer, Songwriter, Guitarist, and Co Producer of The 70s, 80s AOR Classic Rock Band New England, most famous for the 1979 Worldwide Top 40 and Classic AOR Hit "Don’t Ever Wanna Lose Ya." In support of their record, New England embarked on a North American summer tour with Kiss, followed by tours with Journey, Styx, Cheap Trick, and others. During those years John worked with many superstars in music, including the late Producer/Engineer Mike Stone of Queen, Asia and Journey fame, Todd Rundgren and Paul Stanley . . . John has now come full circle, with his long overdue, long awaited solo career, a new record, Saved All The Pieces, and upcoming solo performances. The John Fannon Solo Project is here!
Opening for John Fannon will be Steve Rollins and Friends.
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updates to our 20142015 Schedule.
The Uncommon Coffeehouse is now officially venerable. Any music venue that has been a source for amazing live, acoustic music for over 30 years such as the Uncommon has been, can certainly lay claim to that title.
As one of the leading coffeehouses in the metro Boston area, the Uncommon has been the host for hundreds of top folk, big band, and world acts since its beginnings in the mid-80s. We have welcomed such musical greats as Tom Rush, Cheryl Wheeler, Tom Paxton, Garnet Rogers, Ellis Paul, Les Sampou, Bill Staines and John Gorka to our stage. At the same time, the UnCommon recognizes its responsibility to nurture up and coming artists, and has actively pursued engaging exciting opening acts. Come share an evening of amazing live music with us in an intimate setting in Framingham, Mass.
Golden Key and WUMB Radio Collaborate to Share the Warmth
Annual Clothing Drive Sets New Record
Boston, April 6, 2012 —UMass Boston’s Golden Key International Honour Society chapter, WUMB Radio, and the Boston Area Coffeehouse Association (BACHA) recently held their annual Share the Warmth Clothing Drive to benefit those in need in the Greater Boston area and beyond, collecting a record-breaking 2,795 pounds of clothing. Read more about the Share the Warmth Clothing Drive here >
As a volunteer-based organization, the Uncommon has been extremely fortunate in having a dedicated corps of music-lovers who happily show up concert after concert, year after year, and in some cases, decade after decade. Please plan on joining them and your fellow music fans at some of our events in this, our anniversary year, and help celebrate the joy of live music here in Framingham. Interested in volunteering at the UnCommon Coffeehouse? Send us an email we'll let you know how you can help out.
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Click here to see all the amazing acts that have been part of the UnCommon Coffeehouse
over the past 30 years.
Levi Schmidt at the UnCommon in 2010
| All of our concerts are held at First Parish in Framingham, located just off of Route 9 west in Framingham, Massachusetts.
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We offer an intimate setting, where you can get an up close experience with the music and the artists themselves. Homemade desserts, including our signature chocolate-orange cake (thanks Brian!) are available for purchase before each show and during intermission along with non-alcoholic beverages.
All proceeds from the UnCommon concerts go to support the Coffeehouse and its performers. If you are interested in becoming involved with our program as a volunteer, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All seats are general admission. Tickets may be picked up starting one hour prior to the performance.
In the event that the coffeehouse cancels a concert due to weather or the absence of the performer, then all tickets will be honored at an alternate date. If the concert is canceled and cannot be rescheduled, then tickets will be refunded.
In the event of inclement weather in which the concert is held, then no refunds will be available.
The UnCommon Coffeehouse is a member of the
Boston Area Coffeehouse Association (BACHA).