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Meditation Night
Come and enjoy a relaxing evening of a guided meditation that is going to focus on the Heart chakra allowing us to relase any past wounds and openning to love. During the meditation someone will come around and give extra love on those chakras with some reiki. After the meditation is finished we will have some messages from above using angel cards! Please bring yoga Matt, blanket and pillow to get all the benefits and be fully relaxed ! 

When: Jul 10, 2019 7pm in Marion, MA

Steve Katz

Steve studied guitar with the legendary Dave Van Ronk and Reverend Gary Davis. It was at this time that he met and befriended guitarist Stefan Grossman. Steve and Stefan would sometimes act as road managers for Reverend Davis and, in doing so, met many of the great blues men of an earlier era, like Son House, Skip James, and Mississippi John Hurt. Steve later joined the Even Dozen Jug Band where Steve played the washboard and was joined by Maria Muldaur, John Sebastian, and David Grisman. Later Steve joined a foray of young white middle-class musicians called the Blues Project which included keyboardist Al Kooper. After the demise of the Blues Project, Steve, Al Kooper, Bobby Colomby and Jim Fielder decided to work up a set of Al's new songs. Influenced by the Electric Flag and by an album by the Buckinghams, they formed Blood, Sweat, and Tears and recorded their first album "Child Is Father to the Man". Steve sang one original song ("Megan's Gypsy Eyes") and a song written by his friend, the late Tim Buckley. Al Kooper left the band after six months and was replaced by David Clayton-Thomas as lead singer of the group. Steve wrote many songs during his tenure with BS&T, including his well-loved "Sometimes In Winter". In 1972 Steve met Lou Reed and they quickly became friends. After the commercial failure of Lou's album "Berlin", Steve was asked to produce his next record. Steve produced "Rock & Roll Animal and " Sally Can't Dance for Lou. Steve wanted to return to playing music, and join American Flyer a nonperforming band. Steve was joined by prolific writer Eric Kaz, Craig Fuller from Pure Prairie League, and Doug Yule from Velvet Underground. The first of two albums was produced by George Martin of Beatle fame. please visit stevekatzmusic.wordpress.com for more background information on Steve.

When: Jul 28, 2019 1pm to Jul 28, 2019 3pm in Marion, MA
Cost: 10 - 20 USD

Danielle M. and the Glory Junkies

Danielle M. and the Glory Junkies is lead by Boston singer/songwriter and guitarist Danielle Miraglia. Their sound combines the blues rock vibe of the Rolling Stones and Janis Joplin with Danielle's signature lyrical ability to explore human at its best and worst. Lauren Daley at the Boston Globe writes, "Straddling the line where folk/roots meets rock?blue, Miraglia has a voice that can go from a raspy come-hither purr to an Etta James-esque powerhouse belt, although she may be best know for her lead thumb- a heavy, thumping strike on her Gibson that's backdrop percussion in itself." Along with her bandmates Laurence Scudder (Ryan Montbleau Band, Spotted Tiger), Erik White(The Brothers McCann), Jim Larkin(Jesse Dee Band) and Chris Anzalone (Room Full of Blues, The Revelations), this band will not disappoint. The Glory Junkies were nominated for best Blues Artist of The Year by the Boston Music Awards for 2018.

When: Aug 18, 2019 1pm to Aug 18, 2019 3pm in Marion, MA
Cost: 10 - 20 USD

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About Marion, MA
The Town of Marion was founded in 1852 and is located in Plymouth County in Southeastern Massachusetts.

The Town was originally named Sippican which was an Indian tribe that once lived there. Instead of keeping the name they chose to change it to Marion in honor of General Francis Marion who was the Revolutionary War hero from South Carolina.

For historical points of interest visit the Marion Arts Center and Natural History Museum among a few others. Residents of the town have stated that Marion has a rare natural beauty and charm.