[feather_share] January 29, 2015
Lots of music to dance to this weekend as we say goodbye to January. Here are four to choose from:
Northern Stone in Francestown
Northern Stone returns to the Toll Booth Tavern on Friday. Four members - three vocalists - cover favorite songs through the decades, along with some well-crafted originals.
Duncan Pelletier with Youngest Sun and Spotted Tiger in Peterborough
Youngest Sun and Duncan Pelletier packed Harlow’s Pub the last time they played in November. This time they are joined by Spotted Tiger. Get ready for a fun evening of improv and jam music.
Murphy’s Blues in Keene
As the name suggests, Jim Murphy and his six band members play blues, R&B, soul and rock. Jim shares lead vocals with Cynthia Newton Rodier, a songstress with a powerful voice that is always exciting to hear. Murphy’s Blues plays at Waxy O’Connor’s – no cover!
The Nines in Alstead
This popular and award-winning band is eight professional musicians who play covers of the rock, jazz, funk, soul, blues and swing music you would want to dance to. Complete with a horn section, 6 vocalists and five who play percussion, The Nines offers a variety of sound with quality in each tune. They play at Mole Hill Theatre.
What is Monadnotes?
Monadnotes promotes live music opportunities in the southwestern New Hampshire area. We list musicians, venues, community ensembles, and events in Keene, Milford, Peterborough, Henniker and surrounding towns, as well as in the greater Connecticut River Valley and Pioneer Valley regions. Monadnotes has the most complete calendar listing of events and continues to expand. Contact us to be listed on our website.