SORRY RESCHEDULED TO JUNE 21st
Come to 9 Wallis tomorrow night (Thursday 5/24)
to Kick-Off the Holiday Weekend!
9 Wallis Whiskey Kick ~ Featured Cocktail
- SIP: FREE Whiskey Tasting by Ryan & Wood
- TASTE: Special Small-Tasting Selections from Local Favorite Rasta Kitchen Farm to Table Catering
- DANCE: Music by Local Rising Stars MARTIN and KELLY Best Dance Floor on Boston’s North Shore!
The incredibly talented duo of Jilly Martin and Ryan Brooks Kelly have become the next must-see act from New England to Nashville. On Sunday, they brought the house down opening for The Oak Ridge Boys at the Cabot. And they’ve been featured as support acts for Brad Paisley, The Band Perry, Keith Urban, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Justin Moore and Sarah Evans.
Advance Tickets Only $15 – At the Door $20 GET TICKETS
When SRP comes out with a new album it’s an automatic purchase for me.
You will not leave Mary Gauthier’s concert the same person who walked in.
A wonderful concert for a very important cause. GET TICKETS HERE:
Phil Ochs Song Night on Sunday, September 17 is a fundraiser for Family Promise North Shore Boston, an interfaith hospitality network that provides shelter, meals, job support and case management for homeless families. The First Congregational Church is a Family Promise host church. The concert will feature performs Greg Greenway and Pat Wictor of Brother Sun, along with Reggie Harris and Tom Prasada-Rao. The concert will be hosted by Sonny Ochs, Phil’s sister.
Many of you know Joe Langhan from his work producing the Souls of the Sea videos. What you may not know is that he’s a founder of the Food Network and created its signature show Emeril Live. A couple of years ago, Joe brought world-class NY pastrami to Boston (see Globe article). Tomorrow (FRI 8/11) he’s bringing his famous Beantown Pastrami right down the road to Beverly for a pop-up at our Beverly Blues Series.
If you know us, you’ll know that we love pulling what may seem like disparate people together for an unusually fun night (e.g., book signings with music, music with stand-up comedy, comedy with dinner, etc.)
It’s hard to predict just how much fun tomorrow’s show will be as we bring together Blues Hall of Famer, Joe Moss from Chicago and the last prophet of the funky Texas blues The Willie J. Laws Band for an exceptional night of music hosted by WZLX Music Director Carter Alan (who will sign his new book The Decibel Diaries at the show).
Add Beantown Pastrami’s world-class, hand-carved, NYC style sandwiches and … well … you just never know what can happen at the most intimate, elegant listening room on Boston’s North Shore. Get tickets here (cheaper on-line!)
This Friday, you can sit a couple of feet from Legendary Rock drummer Corky Laing of MOUNTAIN and WEST, BRUCE & LAING right down the road in Beverly at 9 Wallis. Friday’s show kicks off of Corky’s U.S. tour, having just come back from Europe.
You’ll be insanely close in a comfortable chair at a table — and you can have a beer, wine or specialty cocktail with vodka, gin, rum or whiskey made right here in Gloucester by our friends at Ryan & Wood Distilleries! Plus 9 Wallis is fully air-conditioned (I know you could care less today, but by Friday, you’ll feel differently). GET TICKETS HERE!
Here’s a taste of what you can expect along with a video of Corky with Mountain at Woodstock (just a few years ago 😉
Just in case you’re not absolutely sure you want to go, check out this video from NYE
You don’t want to miss this one. Get tickets here!
James Montgomery Kicks 2016 outa here!
For us NYE is different every year. Some years we struggle to stay awake. Other years we’re in party mode. Like many of you, we’re eager to see 2016 gone and welcome 2017 in the most fun way possible, so we’re in PARTY MODE.
If you’re in party mode too, there’s lots to do (see here) — and all night long, meaning you don’t necessarily have to choose — YOU CAN DO IT ALL! You could go to an early show that’s over by 9:30 and then bop down the road to Beverly’s Vittori-Rocci Hall and help blues legend James Montgomery KICK 2016 out and rock in 2017. That’s where we’ll be.
Check out this story in the Gloucester Daily Times for a preview of what to expect. In James’ own words, “It’s going to be a powerful show.”
Just in case you forgot what a true rock star he is, here’s a video of James Montgomery with the Allman Brothers Band about 4 years ago.
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays, and Wishing All Our Readers a New Year Filled with Peace, Hope, and Joy
The same Ritchie Blackmore from Deep Purple–rock and roller to Renaissance musician 🙂