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The UnCommon Coffeehouse 2015 - 2016 Calendar


Friday, March 4, 2016

Mile Twelve

Mile Twelve

On Friday, March 4, the UnCommon Coffeehouse presents Mile Twelve, fresh from their performance on the main stage of the 2016 Joe Val Bluegrass Festival. Mile Twelve is a hot, driving young band that beautifully walks the line between original and traditional bluegrass with their infectious groove and intricate melodies. Fast gaining recognition for their outstanding performances in New England bluegrass and folk circles, Mile Twelve create captivating songs and daring instrumental pieces from diverse influences.

Mile Twelve website: www.miletwelvebluegrass.com


Framingham´s Moonshine Alley is our special guest for this performance.
Moonshine Alley consists of Mark Zudeck (Wellesley) on mandolin, Steve Harris (Framingham) on guitar, Gwendolyn Holbrow (Framingham) on upright bass, and Rich Delvecchio (Natick) on banjo). Finding their voices, instruments and tastes well matched, the four joined forces to form Moonshine Alley, named after a secret back road used by bootleggers during Prohibition. Moonshine Alley serves up traditional bluegrass, with its fast pace, close harmony and high lonesome sound, as well as classic country, folk, and blues.

Moonshine Alley

Moonshine Alley's Facebook page:
www.facebook.com/moonshinealleyband Show Time: 8:00 pm

Tickets
:
available at the door or in advance at Center Music House in Framingham.
$12 for general admission
$10 for seniors and students
Children under 12 are free







Friday, January 8, 2016

The Jazz Q



The UnCommon Coffeehouse is thrilled to present The JazzQ. The Jazz Q (Q for Quintet) plays an enticing blend of jazz standards, originals, and arrangements of classic rock and blues. The group features Mike Caruso on Guitar with local jazz musicians, Steve Esposito; Keyboards, Sarah Hanahan; Alto Saxophone, Bruce Hanahan; Drums and Richard Hale-Shaw; Bass. Look forward to some special guests joining Mike and his bunch on this very special evening of music!





Friday, November 6, 2015

Presenting a Special Benefit Concert featuring:

Steve Rollins and Friends


Steve Rollins and Friiends

The UnCommon Coffeehouse is proud to present a Special Benefit Concert featuring

Steve Rollins and Friends —
Steve Bacher, Suzie Hatton, Joe Lynn, Dave Owen, Nathan Rollins

and More Friends — emerging local songwriters —
Gina Praino, Tom Smith, Sarah Huber, Joe Fredette

This concert will be benefiting TWO GREAT ORGANIZATIONS:

Mass General Hospital and the Red Sox Foundation
Home Base Program for Veterans

Offering clinical care and support services for service members, veterans, and their families throughout the deployment cycle as well as education for clinicians and the community about the "invisible wounds of war" and challenges faced by returning veterans and military families. Learn more at www.homebaseprogram.org

and

Feeding Families For Fifty

via Framingham’s Pearl Street Café, United Way of TriCounty.
In 2013, the United Way of Tri-County helped more than 1,000 families in MetroWest put a Thanksgiving meal on the table. Servicing Marlborough, Framingham and Clinton residents, United Way launched its “Feed a Family for Fifty” campaign, hoping to raise enough money to fund food for more than 1,500 families this year. Learn more at www.uwotc.org/food


Steve Rollins:

The Boston Globe described Steve Rollins as writing sincere, magical carpet ride music, landing in the soft-rock pasture. Now he’s back with a new CD called "Life Is Both". Listen to his music online at http://www.soundclick.com/steverollins







Big Red SunShow Time: 8:00 pm

Tickets
:
$12 in advance
                $15  at the door
                $12 seniors (65+) and students (- 21)








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2012 - 2013 Season

2011 - 2012 Season

2010 - 2011 Season

2009 - 2010 Season

2008 - 2009 Season

2007 - 2008 Season

Our past 28 years at the UnCommon Coffeehouse!