The New Revival Coffeehouse will present the all-female string band Laura Cortese & the Dance Cards on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. Cellist Valerie Thompson (cello/voice), fiddler Jenna Moynihan (fiddle/voice), and bassist Natalie Bohrn blend their sophisticated string arrangements and rich vocal harmonies with band leader Laura Corteses poignant and powerful singing. The four young musicians bring their music school training to writing and performing contemporary music in the indie folk, Americana, and singer-songwriter arenas. The four voices are just as much instruments as they are providers for lyrics and harmony. At times it's rowdy, delicate and cinematic. The result is a sound that can start as a string band, and morph into a string quartet, female a cappella group, or indie band; all while staying honest and true to their identity as folk instrumentalists. Watching them on the main stage at a summer folk festival, or tearing it up late-night at a club, you get the sense that they might snap some fiddle strings or punch a hole in the bass drum. This is post-folk that seriously rocks. "Powerful, gutsy and almost certainly going to make musical waves." fRoots Magazine "A beautifully-constructed amalgam of traditional and contemporary country music." Americana UK
When: Feb 11, 2017 7:30PM to Feb 11, 2017 10:30PMin Stow, MA Cost: 15 - 15 USD
Railroad House is asix piece band featuring lush 2, 3, and 4 part vocal harmony and playing a diverse blend of Americana music, from straight ahead Bluegrass to Western Swing, and beyond. The band is based in MetroWest Boston, and they have played all over New England for festivals and other events. "Jonathan Campbell sings with heart with a strong lead vocal, and I enjoyed the band's versatility/interchangeability of the banjo/Dobro." - Ken Irwin, Rounder Records "Railroad House was extremely polished. I especially liked their sense of dynamics; they would save their beautiful harmonies for choruses or key emotional points in the songs. Vocal-driven tunes are where this band shines, whether plucking a couple tunes from Steve Earle, serving up a standard like "Blue Ridge Mountain Home," or adapting a country tune like Rough Around the Edges. All in all, it was entertaining, diverse, and impressive." - DaveArchie.blogspot
When: Apr 1, 2017 7:30PM to Apr 1, 2017 10:30PMin Stow, MA Cost: 15 - 15 USD
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Originally named the Pompsitticut Plantation, the town of Stow Massachusetts was founded in 1683 and is located in Middlesex County.
Stow is very proud of its several apple orchards which is a breathtaking sight during the spring and attract many people during the fall for apple picking.
The town also has two sheep farms one of which conducts an “open barn” during the spring which has become very popular with children. Stow is also known for having the finest public golf courses in the country.