LOMA (Lincoln Open Mike Acoustic) is monthly, on the 2nd Monday (3rd if holiday, closed Jul & Aug), 7 - 10 pm. Players sign-up there or pre-register at email@example.com
Location: Lincoln Library's Tarbell room, 3 Bedford Rd, Lincoln, MA (near 5-corner intersection with Trapelo Rd). Admission is FREE.
Nov 23, 2014 (Sun.) Framingham –Amazing Things
Backed by Kenny Selcer, I’ll play a 20-minute opening set at Paul Rogoshewski's CD release party. This gala event starts at 7:00 pm at the Amazing Things venue, www.amazingthings.org
Location: 160 Hollis St., Framingham, MA, 508-405-2787
Dec 5, 2014 (Fri.) Arlington, MA – Kickstand Cafe
Around 7:30 pm, I, with Kenny Selcer backing, perform a feature at the Jam’n Java Open Mic jamn-java-open-mic.org hosted by Mark Sandman. To play, sign up is from 6 to 6:30 pm.. FREE
Location: . Kickstand Cafe, 594 Mass. Ave., Arlington, MA (in Arlington Center), phone 781-583-6110
Dec 8, 2014 (Mon.) Lincoln, MA - LOMA
I’ll host the LOMA Open Mike, 7 to 10 pm. Glenn Pettit features:
Dec 14, 2014 (Sun.) Warwick, RI – Manchester 65
From 6:00 to 8:00 pm, I join forces with other RISA songwriters in this fun-filled holiday benefit for the RI Food Bank hosted by Joanne Lurgio, Facebook/RISA-HolidayShow Non-perishable food donations are welcome. Admission is $5.
Location: . Manchester 65, 65 Manchester St, West Warwick, RI,
Jan 12, 2015 (Mon.) Lincoln, MA - LOMA
I’ll host the LOMA Open Mike, 7 to 10 pm. Outrageous Fortune (Chris Welles,; Rod Thomas and Dan Dick) is the power-trio feature:
The LOMA open mike was video recorded in January and the first half including my opener can be accessed via the link, vimeo.com/34846034 . The second half, starting with the wonderful feature by Fiske & Herrera, is accessible via vimeo.com/34850959
Two other of my recent songs (“Geneva Waltz” and “Forgiveness”) are accessible via the URL vimeo.com/37068194, at around minute 40. That’s Kenny Selcer on guitar and Brent Clark on bass backing me.
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