Greetings Friends and Fans!

Here's the deal: I have six shows this month, and seven in March, so I don't want to spam you about every one. Therefore I'm sending you the February schedule now, ONCE, and will send another email about March in a few weeks. So please note on your calendar any show you want to remember, and/or check my website for the latest schedule.

Now on to the shows!

  • Sunday February 6th: Cambridge MA - The Beau Roland Band at ZuZu's, 474 Mass. Ave., Central Sq. 617-864-3278 ext. 237. 21+, NO Cover, music begins around 10pm, but come earlier for fabulous food and cocktails!

  • Thursday February 10th: Allston MA - The Gobshites at O'Brien's Pub, 3 Harvard Ave. 617) 782-6245. 21+ $6 cover. With Larkin Brigade, Tramps Like Us, TV Eye (looks like we're on 2nd - call to check).

  • Saturday February 19th: Providence RI - The Gobshites appear with Darkbuster, The Ducky Boys, Bloodshot Hooligans & Big World at The Living Room, 23 Rathbone St, (401) 521-5200. 8pm ALL AGES!

  • Monday February 21st: Cambridge MA - The Beau Roland Band at the Lizard Lounge, 1667 Mass Ave. (617) 547-0759. Opening for Starhick. 21+ No Cover.

  • Friday February 25th: Cambridge MA - The Gobshites AND Grubstake (I play with both) at The Overdraught Pub, 877 Cambridge St., 617-868-3221. 21+, 9pm, cover TBA. With Sasquatch & the Sick-A-Billys. (Tentative set order: Sasquatch, Grubstake, Gobshites)

  • Saturday February 26th: Cambridge MA - Appearing in an All-Bach Concert to benefit the New School of Music's Piano Fund Including the Brandenburg Concerto No.3, Concerto for Solo Keyboard and Strings in F minor, Concerto for Two Keyboards and Strings in C Major. A small string orchestra comprised of NSM faculty and prominent musicians in the Boston area will join the soloists. 25 Lowell Street (across from Mt. Auburn Hospital), 617.492.8105. 7pm Advance tickets $15, at the door $20 (children under 18: $10). (Yes, I still do the occasional classical gig - come see my new 5-string violin/viola!)

Hope to see you at a show!

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