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StompBoxTrio at TreeCat Cafe
StompBoxTrio perform at the youth-run TreeCat Café on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 6:30 pm at the Treehouse Community at Easthampton Meadows, 1 Treehouse Circle Easthampton, Mass. StompBoxTrio is a Western MA based band that blends classic 20th-century American music with 21st-century mojo to create a sonic, soulful sound all their own. StompBoxTrio came together around their mutual love and admiration for American roots and blues music, history, and tradition. StompBoxTrio is comprised of Evelyn Harris, vocals & percussion, John Cabán, dobro, vocals and stompbox, and David Rodriguez, wood bass, vocals and foot tambourine. Evelyn Harris has been a force on the Western Mass/Pioneer Valley music scene for many years. Her stirring vocals give depth and meaning to a wide array of musical styles: African-American traditional and contemporary music, freedom songs from around the world, jazz, pop, rock 'n' roll, gospel, and blues. I sing because I have to, Evelyn claims. I know no other way to say what is going on in my heart and mind that will foster dialogue and understanding. I want us to know and celebrate how deeply we are connected, no matter our ethnic, racial or religious background. Her 18-year tenure with the internationally acclaimed black women's a capella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock guided her craft as an artist, performer, arranger, and composer. Her compositions include 'State of Emergency' (1988 Grammy nomination), and 'My Lament.' With Sweet Honey, she recorded and co-produced 10 albums on the Warner Brothers, Redwood, and Flying Fish labels. Guitarist, composer, and producer John Caban has roots that run deep in blues, funk, R&B, ambient, experimental and world music that has helped inspire StompBoxTrio. His distinctive dobro guitar style brings a rich, lyrical and at times, haunting dynamic to the music. The Western Mass native spent twenty plus years living in Brooklyn, New York where he played, toured, and/or recorded with many diverse artists from all over the globe including Richard Bona, KJ Denhert, Alana Davis, Art Neville, Eddie Kramer, Bo Diddley (RIP), Kenny Kirkland (RIP), Gianna Nannini, Alidu, Vast Ed Vadas, John Cruz, Gloria Gaynor, his electric project, Galvanizer, and many others. David Rodriguez has been committed to the upright bass for over 20 years. Multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, accompanist and teacher, David has been exploring the rhythmic relationships across the US from coast to coast, in Japan and Europe. He has connected musically with some of the earths finest players, such as Lester Bowie, Josh Roseman, Takeshi Kawabata and Geza Carr. Having recently relocated from Tokyo to his childhood home of Western Mass, David is an active member of its lively music scene. He is dedicated to both preserving timeless forms and realizing new ones. Admission is $20 in advance and $25 at the door for general public, $10 for students, and $5 for Treehouse community members. A light meal will be served. Reservations are required. Table seating is limited. Email: thetreecatcafe@gmail.com to reserve your seat or for more info. Purchase tickets: https://treecatcafe.brownpapertickets.com/. Facebook page: https://facebook.com/thetreecatcafe. Treehouse website: https://www.refca.net. 857-919-4045.

When: Sep 19, 2019 6:30PM to Sep 19, 2019 9pm in Easthampton, MA
Cost: 5 - 20 USD

Valley Music Showcase: Best in Local Original Music Sept. 2019

September 20, 2019 8pm New City Brewery, Easthampton, MAGreat ORIGINAL MUSIC to Listen & Dance to- SUPPORT the FINEST in NEW LOCAL MUSIC A juried competition for BIG PRIZES designed to show off the best exciting new talent in the Western/Central Mass, Central CT, & Southern. VT area.The Lineup!: SEDAGIVE; THE GREEN SISTERS; POSSM; JEREMIAH HAZED; NIKITASPECIAL MUSICAL GUEST "STEVE RODGERS" (July 2019 1st Place Winners of the VMS!)Guest Judges: Peter Newland, "FAT"; David Sokol, DJ & Music Editor; Mark Sherry, Producer VMSSTEVE RODGERSStyle/Genre: Songwriter, folk Hometown: New Haven, CTSong link: www.steveofficialmusic.comSteve Rodgers is a nationally recognized singer, songwriter and visual artist who has spent more than a quarter of a century engrossed in the New England music community even as he performed across the United States and overseas. Steve is most well-known for his nearly 20-year stretch as leader and co-songwriter of the 90s/2000s alt/rock/folk band Mighty Purple and also for his 15-year adventure as the Founder/Director of the music venues The Space and The Outer Space/The Ballroom.CONTESTANTS1) The Green Sisters Style/Genre: Americana/Folk/Bluegrass/Acoustic Hometown: Hubbardston, MASong link: https://thegreensisters.bandcamp.com/releasesThe Green Sisters are a group of four real-life sisters from Central MA who play a wide mix of bluegrass, country, acapella, blues, and original songs. The stage banter between Mel, Betsy, Brie and Beck makes their live performance something really special; they’ve been playing gigs and gathering fans in New England for the past four years, and loving every minute of it. 2) SedagiveStyle/Genre: Broad spectrum rock Hometown: Western MASong link: https://sedagive1.bandcamp.com/track/massachusettsWestern MA’ answer to Buffalo Springfield.3) NikitaStyle/Genre: Psychedelic Future-Funk Hometown: Hartford, CT Songlink: https://nikitatheband.bandcamp.com/album/nikita-blue Coming from a rich musical background of Soul, Funk, RnB, and Rock, Nikita brings a vibe that is both sexy and psychedelic with an original sound they’ve dubbed “Purple Soul”. Nikita has an undeniable energy onstage and in the studio that has had audiences dancing and singing along since day one. Passionate, energetic, and funky, their roots ensure that the Nikita family tree is ready to grow4) POSSM (The Professors of Sweet Sweet Music) Style/Genre: Indie Alt rock-reggae Hometown: Hartford, CT Song link: https://thepossm.bandcamp.com/track/tidal-wave-radio-versionThe Professors of Sweet Sweet Music (POSSM) have an infectious charm and enthusiasm for life. Their original songs are a surprising collection of songwriting & arranging that harkens back to groups and musicians who’ve become icons in the industry. They’ve become well-known & loved in their hometown of Hartford & are thankful for the support, inspiration and friendship they’ve been given. They’re honored to have won Best of Hartford for 2 straight years, & nominated by the New England Music Awards for Best in CT in 2018. Band members include: Earl Henrichon, Ben Paden, Jeremy Haddad, Dave Counterman & Craig Huntington. 5) Jeremiah HazedStyle/Genre: Rock, Jam, Funk Hometown: Salem, CT Song Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FM5yczu4qBwWhat started off as a few local musicians from the Northeast farming town of Salem, CT burning off some mid-week work angst at the local open mic, quickly turned to a cohesive element. Though often categorized as a "Jam" band, Jeremiah Hazed draws from many musical styles & influences while writing powerful original music. Members Jeremy Urbanik, Steven Provost, Rick Delia, Phil Adams, Christopher Leary and Andrew Prue combine for over 75 years of live music experience and bring the “jam” all over the Northeast.Hosted by New City Brewery 180 Pleasant St (rear) Easthampton, MAContact Info: Mark Sherry’s Valley Music Showcase (413) 203-9764 valleymusicshowcase@gmail.com www.facebook.com/valleymusicshowcaseTICKETS: $8 advance; $10 @ door ______________________________________________________PRODUCED by MARK SHERRY & SPONSORED by New Music Alliance, Cider House Media, The Valley Advocate, New City Brewery, LAZER 99.3 FM, Northfire Recording Studio, Rotary Records, Galaxy Restaurant, INSA, PRIA Music Marketing, Antonios Pizza, Salon 413, The Dam Café, Turn it Up, Big E's Supermarket, 93.9 The River, Sharktank Tattoo, Falcetti Music, Healy Guitars, Mantis Graphics, Deans Beans, Easthampton Savings Bank, GCTV, Valley Free Radio 103.3, HCAC-The Print Shop, Puzzled-Escape Games, Whip City Music, Telefunken, Pioneer Valley Indoor Karting, Notorious Vapors, Electric Eye Records, Sutter Meatshttps://ciderhouse.media/ www.newcitybrewery.com www.rotaryrecords.com http://northfirerecording.com/ www.mantisgraphics.com https://telefunken-elektroakustik.com/ http://galaxy413.com/ www.priamusicmarketing.com www.bigessupermarket.com www.turnitup.com/ https://myinsa.com/ www.thedamcafe.net/ www.salon413.com www.bankesb.com www.facebook.com/ThePrintShopHolyoke https://lazer993.com/www.wrsi.com http://tabooartists.com/shark-tank-tattoo www.falcettimusic.com www.mantisgraphics.com https://deansbeans.com http://healyguitars.com/

When: Sep 20, 2019 8pm in Easthampton, MA

Saber Clinic with Temple Coach Josh Herring

Saber Clinic with Temple Coach Josh Herring
Sep 21, 2019 - Sep 22, 2019

Pioneer Valley Fencing Academy: Easthampton, MA Come join Temple University's saber coach Josh Herring at PVFA. Coach Herring will teach saber technique, and coaches will practice various lesson types including warm-up, bouting, and option lessons. Herring will also lecture on aspects of NCAA fencing.
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When: Sep 21, 2019 12am to Sep 22, 2019 12am in Easthampton, MA

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About Easthampton, MA
The City of Easthampton was founded in 1785 as a town and is located in Hampshire County about 96 miles west of Boston. Although a city government, the community wishes to be known as "The Town of Easthampton".

Visitors are drawn to steep slopes of Mount Tom that border the city on the east. Nonotuck Park is a breath taking regional recreation area that includes 190 acres of land for active and passive activities. Another attraction is the Arcadia Nature Center and Wildlife Sanctuary that provides children as well as adults with the importance of animals and preserving their habitat.

Easthampton is also home to the Williston Northampton School a private secondary collage prep school that just received the blue ribbon educational award which ranked it one of the top private schools in the country.