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Dave Sag’s Blues Party tonight with Orville Giddings, Mark Earley and Steve Chaggaris and dear Ol Dave of course 8:30pm 7.12.2018 Put on your dancing shoes!

 

Thursday at the Rhump Line:
The Ipsquink Boys!! That’s Orville Giddings, incandescent serial smiler on gootar and vocals, backed up by a truly confused bunch of guys, including Marque Earley(again!)
and Steve Chag-rug.
Steve Chaggaris
 And me. of course.  We all love OG and wish him well in his  hospital recovery of a dental whitening proceedure  gone wrong. The doctors say he’ll be fine. And he will! sunglasses recommended! Be there! 830-1130
40 Railroad Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
(978) 283-9732

Wednesdays at The Rhumb Line ~ Charlee Bianchini joins Fly Amero tonight 7-10pm 7.11.2018

Dinner Specials Each Week!
Wednesday, July 11th – 7pm
My Musical Guest: CHARLEE BIANCHINI!

photo by Sheila Roberts Orlando

It has been too long since the last time Charlee Bianchini
charmed us with her beautiful music. Don’t miss this rare
experience. Deep, soulful original songs. Magic. ~ Fly
Dinner with great music!
*Each week features a special, invited musical guest
The Rhumb Line Kitchen……features Morgan! Dishes are better than ever before!
Plus a fine, affordable wine menu!
Upcoming…
7/18 – Bill Gleason (w/Ken Steiner on upright)

7/25 – Lynne Taylor

Visit: http://www.therhumbline.com/
Looking forward……to seeing you there 🙂

Music on the Meetinghouse Green

Classic Rock from The Bar Chords at third Gloucester Meetinghouse Summer Concert, July 20, 2018

Put on your dancing shoes and prepare for a trip down memory lane presented by The Bar Chords, at the third free Gloucester Meetinghouse Summer Concert, July 20, 6 – 9 pm, at the corner of Church and Middle Street.

Young and old will groove to the beat of classic rock of the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s performed by the band’s vocalists and harmonica, acoustic and electric guitar players. Rock to the iconic rhythms of The Beatles, The Eagles, The Rolling Stones, The Barenaked Ladies, and so much more. Lead vocalist Frank Reaney, who started the band in 2013 as a way to bring back the great memories of a bygone era, said, “Every song we play is the one you’ve wanted to hear live, yet most bands playing music from this era don’t play, won’t play or can’t play.”

The concert is free. In order to give back to the community, concert-goers are encouraged to make free-will donations to Maritime Gloucester, a non-profit organization seeking to inspire students and visitors to value marine science, maritime heritage, and environmental stewardship through hands-on education and experiences. Bring cash or a checkbook, beach chairs or blankets. Fresh food is provided by Willow Rest, a foodies mecca on the Annisquam/Riverdale side of Cape Ann. In case of rain the concert will be held inside the Meetinghouse. Parking is available on Meetinghouse Green, in lots nearby, and at St. Peter’s Square.

Music on Meetinghouse Green’s sponsors include Linzee and Beth Coolidge; J.J. and Jackie Bell; Michael and Mary Bresnan; JoeAnn Hart and Gordon Baird; Harry and Mary Hintlian; Charles Nazarian; Dick and Doris Prouty; Sandra Ronan; Brent and Linda Wilkes; and the Cape Ann Savings Bank.

Sunday Rocky Neck Oil Painting, Stephen LaPierre Fine Art

Stephen LaPierre, an oil painter, is currently a member of the Rocky Neck Art Colony in Gloucester, MA.  LaPierre’s dayscapes and nightscapes follow  the tradition of ashcan school artists,  John Sloan, Everette Shinn and Edward Hopper.  Meanwhile, LaPierre, a Haverhill, MA native, always  adds his personal “colorificus” to each piece he creates, which he likes to call “approximationism.

Event Dates:
Location: Rocky Neck Art Colony/Stephen LaPierre’s Studio
Phone Number: 321-537-7762
Address: 75 Rocky Neck Avenue, Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930
 

Sunday Morning Rocky Neck Oil Painting with Stephen LaPierre throughout July, beginning July 8th on Rocky Neck in East Gloucester  7AM-9:30 AM  Learn to paint from life. Classes will be held outdoors…except on rainy Sundays when classes held in Stephen’s studio at 75 Rocky Neck Ave 2nd floor… auditors welcome  Free tuition…but students need to bring an 11″ x 14″ min size canvas (canvas or linen) a field or French easel with palette, small cup,turpentine, drinking water ,small mirror,  paper towels or rags, specific brushes and tones.

Brushes:

rounds 0,2,6

filberts 2,4,6

flats 8,10,12

Tones:

permalba white {combo of zinc and titanium white}

lemon yellow

cadmium yellow light

yellow ochre

cadmium orange

cadmium red light

alizarin crimson

french ultramarine blue

cobalt blue

phthalocyanine blue

please register at 321-537-7762  0r  st.lapierre@gmail.com

Gloucester Meetinghouse Summer Concert

Stacia Kraft will be performing with her band at the second free Gloucester Meetinghouse Summer Concert Series concert July 13, 6 – 9 pm, at the corner of Church and Middle Street.

 Stacia Kraft sings the American Songbook with classic style; a big alto sound with an honest approach to the lyrics.

 Her program will feature jazz standards, folk songs, Broadway tunes, and spirituals with a superb group of swinging musicians: Tony Malionek – piano, Jon Dreyer-bass, Tom Duprey – trumpet, Miki Matsuki-drums. Trained at the New England Conservatory, Kraft brings emotion and sensuality to each song. You are sure to have a romantic evening of song under the stars, and leave wanting more. 

 The concert is free. In the spirit of giving to the community, concert-goers are encouraged to make free-will donations to Backyard Growers, which provides support to establish vegetable gardens at homes, housing communities, organizations, and schools.

Bring cash or a checkbook, beach chairs or blankets. Food is provided by Crepes du Jour. In case of rain the concert will be held inside the Meetinghouse. Parking is available in lots nearby and at St Peter’s Square.

 Music on Meetinghouse Green’s sponsors include Linzee and Beth Coolidge; J.J. and Jackie Bell; Michael and Mary Bresnan; JoeAnn Hart and Gordon Baird; Harry and Mary Hintlian; Charles Nazarian; Dick and Doris Prouty; Sandra Ronan; Tom and Kristin Zarrella, and Cape Ann Savings Bank.

 

Harbor Loop Summer Concert Series 2018 Starts Tonight! 6pm with Piere Ave then Local 28

 

https://www.pieravemusic.com/

 

Chris Fritz-Grice, Jake Pardee, Jay McGuinness, Thad Fulmer and AJ Maynard make up Pier Ave writing uplifting, soulful and heartfelt reggae tunes

Genre
Twangadelic Jam Core
Get your boogie on with Local 28’s jammy mix of Dead, Stones, Alt-twang and even some A.M. radio gold. Entertaining Boston’s North Shore for over 10 years, a LOCAL 28 show is not to be missed!

Chris Stovall Brown Tonight! Dave Sag’s Blues Party 8:30pm @ The Rhumb Line 6.28.2018

 

 

Thursday!! The Rheum Line permits the addition of Chris “Stovall” Brown to the arsenal of da blooz.

 

http://users.rcn.com/drhepcat/CHRIS_WEBSITE/Home.html

Chris and I have a really nice thing going, musically.Ephraim Lowell bangs the drum. I bang my head.

40 Railroad Avenue
Gloucester, MA 01930
(978) 283-9732

http://www.therhumbline.com/

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