Tuesday, May 29, 2012

We're still rockin!

Ok, so it's been over a month since I last posted anything here but we've had lots going on. All the good happenings continue this weekend with a double header of music both Friday & Saturday night!

The Friday we have a magical eve of music hosted by vaudevillian indie-folk duo The Bengson's. http://bengsons.com/

7pm - Geoffrey Pomeroy is an actor/musician who hails from California. In Los Angeles, he composed the scores to several indie films and was a founding member of his band, PLEASE, where he served... as songwriter, keyboardist, guitarist and vocalist. Since migrating to New York, he has focused on acting and screenwriting. He is honored to be playing with such noble folks!

8pm - Serenity Fisher’s dynamic indie pop piano arrangements ground her whimsical melodies & thoughtful lyrics, creating a special blend of electricity and calm. Serenity’s work is tragic and hopeful; brutally honest and highly imaginative. Serenity's musical plays Sophie's Dream (2010) and Opal Opus: Journey To Alakazoo (2011) were voted the Audience Pick at Cincinnati Fringe Festival.

9pm - Hailing from New York City, Blue Kid's music is a reflection of the Big Apple's liveliest and most romantic sides, with defiant anthems and melodic ballads that all pay tribute to the band's varied musical backgrounds. Rooted in the daydreams and adventures of their lead singer and songwriter-in-chief, Lydia Benecke, the group's sound is a sophisticated piano-driven fusion of pop, jazz, funk, and lyrical wit.

~No Cover! Oo la la!~

Saturday night music starts early at 6:30pm with local favorites, The Go Round followed by Rhode Islands own, The Honey Brown. 

Can't make this weekend? We have a mid week session as well! This Wed. night, Roots favorite, Rabbi Darkside host his monthly night of soul, funk & hip hop in an acoustic fashion. Amazingly unique talent is always a guarantee!  Starts at 7pm.