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Devon Allman Band
Tuesday, July 19 • 8pm

Alejandro Escovedo
Sunday, July 24
• 8pm

Mandolin Orange
Wednesday, July 27 • 8pm
July 1:
Simi Stone
July 9:
Eric Krasno Band
July 13:
NRBQ
July 14:
ProJam 16
July 15:
The Skivvies
AnimalKind Benefit
July 16:
Okkervil River
July 17:
Aoife O'Donovan
With Special Guest:
Haas Kowert Tice
July 18:
Voodoo Orchestra North
Summer Series
July 19:
Devon Allman Band
July 24:
Alejandro Escovedo
July 26:
Shakey Graves
July 27:
Mandolin Orange
July 28:
Those Darn Acordions
July 29:
Dub Is A Weapon
July 31:
Seth's Sauerkraut Revue
featuring the Caleb Klauder Band
August 5:
Robert Randolph & The Family Band
August 7:
Anders Osborne
August 8:
Voodoo Orchestra North
Summer Series



Friday, July 1


9:00 pm

With Burnell Pines Opening


Woodstock pop-rock singer-songwriter Simi Stone plays violin, guitar and percussion, boasts a huge, versatile voice, and commands the stage like a latter-day Tina Turner. She writes catchy pop tunes, dance numbers, and compelling, introspective folk songs, all in her signature, upbeat "Mountain Motown" style. And her band is a veritable funk-rock supergroup, including bandmates of David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, the B-52s, and Gang of Four.

Reviewing her December 2013 show at Helsinki Hudson, local music critic Seth Rogovoy wrote, "If there is any justice in the world, her upcoming album will propel Stone into national consciousness as a major new force on the pop-soul scene…. What the world needs now – right now, and not a moment too late – is Simi Stone, in all of her multitalented, glorious appeal."

Simi Stone names Aretha Franklin, Sly Stone, old school Madonna, Donna Summer, and Whitney Houston as influences, and it's hardly out of the question that someday Simi Stone will frequently be mentioned among them as a peer.

    





Saturday, July 9


9:00 pm



Iconic jam-band guitarist and producer Eric Krasno is best known as cofounder of jam-rock avatars Soulive and Lettuce. After 20 years, Krasno is releasing his first solo album, "Blood from a Stone," the day before his Helsinki show.

Eric Krasno was a founding member of the Woodstock-based soul-jam trio Soulive, in which he joined with brothers Alan and Neal Evans, who had been the rhythm section of Moon Boot Lover. Soulive rose to the top of the jam-band heap, headlining festivals as well as opening concerts for the Rolling Stones, Dave Matthews Band, the Roots, John Mayer and others. Krasno has always played with Phil Lesh and Friends.

With Neal Evans, Krasno formed funk-jam band Lettuce in Boston in 1992 with a group of fellow students from Berklee College of Music.

Krasno's rousing new solo album, "Blood From a Stone," reveals a previously unknown and utterly compelling side of his artistry, though, inviting us to bear witness as he both literally and metaphorically finds his voice.

As it turns out, Krasno's voice has been an ace up his sleeve this whole time. Rich, warm, and full-bodied, his tone blends earnest sincerity with casual swagger and, much like his guitar playing, taps into a deep vein of emotion.

"It's something I didn't know was there," he concludes. "I would have been totally content just being a guitar player and writing songs for other people, but this inspiration just happened, and I'm really glad it did, because it's changed things. I didn't know I had this in me."

    




Upcoming


July
1•Simi Stone
9•Eric Krasno Band
13•NRBQ
14•ProJam 16
15•The Skivvies • AnimalKind Benefit
16•Okkervil River
17•Aoife O'Donovan
18•Voodoo Orchestra North
19•Devon Allman Band
24•Alejandro Escovedo
26•Shakey Graves
27•Mandolin Orange
28•Those Darn Acordions
29•Dub Is A Weapon
31•Seth's Sauerkraut Revue
featuring the Caleb Klauder Band


August
5•Robert Randolph & The Family Band
7•Anders Osborne Band
8•Voodoo Orchestra North
10•The DuPont Brothers
12•Ginkgoa
13•Rich Robinson
21•Quinn Sullivan
22•Voodoo Orchestra North
25•Donavon Frankenreiter
26•BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet

September
3•Dave Alvin and Phil Alvin with The Guilty Ones
16•Vieux Farka Toure

October
16•Crystal Bowersox
21•The Suitcase Junket
28•Chris Smither

November
10•Omar Sosa

December
2•Joey Alexander Trio