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Good Thomas Musical Bingo
Good Thomas presents Musical Bingo every Wednesday at Common Ground at 8:30PM! Free to play and 4 prizes given out throughout the night!

When: Jul 8, 2020 10:30PM in Arlington, MA
Fiddlin' Quinn & The Berry Pickers WITH Crowes Pasture
PLEASE NOTE - THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR JULY 11. Stay well, wash your hands, and take care of each other! xoxox St. John's ================================================================ Time to give back to the community and highlight some of the incredible home-grown talent in and around Arlington! Proceeds benefit Food Link, a community organization that rescues fresh food, alleviates hunger, and contributes to environmental sustainability. SPLIT BILL FIDDLIN' QUINN & THE BERRY PICKERS You're in for a a high energy, 5 piece inter-generational bluegrass vocal and instrumental group fronted by 14-year-old fiddle prodigy Quinn Eastburn! FQ&BP enjoy presenting audience engaging performances including participatory singing. Fiddlin' Quinn and "his big folks" are based in the Arlington area and have recently performed a sold out show at Club Passim in January. We have played at festivals including N.E. Americana, Earthfest on the Esplanade, Joe Val Showcase and others. The Fiddlin' Quinns have opened for Darol Anger, the Kennedy's, Foggy Mtn Consort (at SJC the past two years) and others. Quinn has been heard on WMBR, WCRI and performed at the 92.9 Earth Fest on the Boston Esplanade. Quinn's father Chris directs the 70 voice Family Folk Chorale & Newton Family Singers in the area. CROWES PASTURE A roots-infused, Contemporary Folk duo, Crowes Pasture performs original music and eye-opening covers that reflect a mutual passion, sense of discovery and celebration of life. Hailing from Boston, the romantic clawhammer banjo playing by Monique Byrne and expressive guitar picking by Andy Rogovin are enlivened by their personal chemistry and emotionally eloquent vocals. Add to that, their tightly blended vocal harmonies and unique instrumental style that can only be described as a banjo-guitar romance. Crowes Pasture celebrated the release of their third full-length album titled "Slow It Down" this past June at the legendary Club Passim. Since its official release, the album debuted at #5 on the International Folk DJ Chart, and the title track was the #1 song for the month of June. Making a name for themselves in the ever-evolving industry, Crowes Pasture has had the great honor of being a supporting act this past year for The Small Glories, The Kennedys, and Eleni Mandell, and were honored with nominations for Roots Act of the Year in the 2019 New England Music Awards, and Americana Artist of the Year in the Boston Music Awards.

When: Jul 11, 2020 7:30PM to Jul 11, 2020 9:30PMin Arlington, MA
Cost: 0 - 115 USD
Beautiful Losers - Bob Seger and The J. Geils Band Tribute
When: Jul 11, 2020 7:30PM in Arlington, MA
Certified Ethical Hacking v10 Training in Arlington, MA,USA
CEH Certification Classroom Training

When: Jul 13, 2020 5pm in Arlington, MA
"Remembering the Queen"
Remembering the Queen: A Tribute to Aretha Franklin

Warm yourself with the sounds and memories of Aretha Franklin’s legacy on the first weekend of Spring as The Master Entertainer. Leon Beal leads his entourage of multi-talented musicians and vocalists back to Arlington’s Showplace of Entertainment. Their reprise engagement of this one-of-a-kind tribute, Remembering the Queen will lift your spirits and turn The Regent Theatre into a sing-a-long night of dance and celebration. Preferred inventory in both the preferred balcony and orchestra seating area is finally available with Goldstar.

When: Jul 23, 2020 8pm in Arlington, MA
Cost: $24.50
Remembering the Queen - Aretha Franklin Tribute
When: Jul 23, 2020 8pm in Arlington, MA
The Scottish Fish and Friends at St. John's Coffeehouse, Feb. 8, 7:30 pm
Scottish Fish are a Boston based fiddle and cello group whose youthful enthusiasm, unique arrangements, and original compositions have entertained audiences throughout New England and beyond. Their performances of traditional and contemporary Scottish and Cape Breton music are woven together from years of fiddle camp and session music handed down from generations of the tradition's finest players. They have performed at the Boston Celtic Music Festival, Somerville and Arlington Porchfests, Boston's Earthfest, Club Passim and various other public and private venues. They have shared the stage with some of the stars of the Scottish fiddle world, including Hanneke Cassel, Katie McNally, and Bywater who have called them "our favorite celebrity teen fiddle band". They were a 2015 Club Passim Iguana Fund recipient, which allowed them to release their first album "Splash".THIS JUST IN: Rivera Brunel Method will open the show with genre-defying instrumentals--where classical and jazz meet.! They haven't played in the area for a few years, so this is a real treat.Program subject to change. Please see scottishfishfiddle.com for music.Rivera Brunel Method's music at https://youtu.be/Bn6V-1Vz-f8.

When: Aug 2, 2020 7:30PM to Aug 2, 2020 9:30PMin Arlington, MA
Cost: 0 - 115 USD
Arlington Jazz Experience
PERFORMERS TO BE ANNOUNCED! 8TH ANNIVERSARY CONCERT - $10 GENERAL ADMISSION Enjoy the sophisticated stylings of several renowned regional jazz musicians! For the first time, we are highlighting the award-winning young talent in our community. The initial lineup of performers will be announced by March 4.

When: Aug 8, 2020 7:30PM to Aug 8, 2020 9:30PMin Arlington, MA
Cost: 0 - 115 USD
Foggy Mountain Consort & Friends
Time to give back to the community and highlight some of the incredible home-grown talent in and around Arlington! For this show, Foggy Mountain Consort (Lauck Benson, Peter Lehman, Anne Goodwin, Art Schatz, Doug Freundlich) take over our stage. You may recognize some of your friends or neighbors, and you'll certainly recognize entertaining, eclectic music, brilliantly played. ======================================================== Local father-son duo Chris & Quinn Eastburn open! More at fiddlinquinn.com ======================================================== Foggy Mountain Consort are a group dedicated to performing music from a wide historical range. Starting with plucked string music and songs from as early as 1600. While this music is very old, it still rings contemporary when approached in the right manner. We mix old instruments with newer ones, old styles with a fresh approach, and mostly have a great time making music together. We try to play with all our heart and soul, have no fear, and enjoy the collaboration. We also pull from the vast repertoire of "collected" ballads from the British Isles. Collected by Francis James Child in the late nineteenth century, these and other tunes, sometime familiar, always haunting and heartfelt, offer a deep hunting ground for the Foggy Mountain Consort. With true origins unknown, ballads and old tunes might easily stretch back to the middle ages. Then of course there's bluegrass and traditional North American music. The Foggy Mountain Consort does get around to playing old style bluegrass, but in its own eclectic way. And there's much more from this unusual band. Early music, long forgotten songs, romping bluegrass, and new music inspired by old styles. Rich textures from the lute, banjo, violone (Renaissance double bass), violin, guitar, and voices. We like to say, Old is new, new is old. ================== OPENING PERFORMERS Ancient Voices is a different kind of Native American music. A resident of Elizabethtown, PA, DAVID ROSE is one of the top Native flute players in the country. The Spirit Wind Records recording artist, of Mexican/Indian and Native American heritage (Choctaw/Cherokee), has been a lifelong musician. David's flute music has been featured Mars Lasar's Tahoe Spirit, MSNBC, and at multiple gatherings around the USA. Whisperings pianist DAN KENNEDY has performed in 21 states across the country. Classically trained at Oberlin and New England Conservatory, Dans music has been heard on 250 radio stations, plus Pandora, Spotify, Music Choice, and SiriusXM.

When: Aug 8, 2020 7:30PM to Aug 8, 2020 9:30PMin Arlington, MA
Cost: 0 - 115 USD
Rock Cats Rescue
When: Aug 28, 2020 7pm in Arlington, MA