Kick off the Weekend With A little Bit Country & Free Whiskey! RESCHEDULED to 6/21

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

Revolutionary Snake Ensemble – Hot!

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Don’t forget – this Saturday – New Orleans style dance party at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center on Saturday, October 19th 7-10:00pm.  Take a listen at their website: http://www.revolutionarysnakeensemble.org.

15Winter hibernation time isn’t here yet and there’s still plenty of fun to be had on Rocky Neck.

It’s A Dance Party!

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An African Music and Dance Party, featuring the band ‘Samba Lolo & Boubacar Diabate’ at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center, 6 Wonson St.  Saturday, September 14th 7-10 pm. $10
About Boubacar Diabate & Samba Lolo
Boubacar Diabate is a Griot singer, guitarist, songwriter and storyteller from Mali. ‘Bouba’ creates his own style of contemporary music by combining traditional rhythms with modern influences including Reggae, Blues, Bluegrass, and Jazz. Bouba sings of a common shared experience of love, life and humanity, giving all an opportunity to hear the age-old West African tradition of Griot storytelling through song.
Now based in Boston, Bouba was born in Bamako, Mali-West Africa. He was raised playing Djembe and Guitar while learning from the Griot elders as they passed down their ancient heritage through their music and song.
About Griots
In Africa, Griots pass down the oral tradition of legends, stories, and proverbs through many generations, which is essential to preserve their culture. A Griot is a teacher, poet, musician, and participant in important ceremonies such as weddings, naming initiations and installations of chiefs.

On The Wall art show at The Annie tonight!

If you haven’t heard, there’s going to be a great art opening at The Annie tonight with a group of fantastic young artists from around town! Watch the video below for more details, check out the Facebook page, or just show up sometime this evening to take it all in. Doors open at 4:00!