Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Mike Doughty
at Off Broadway
Saturday, October 26th
$20 Advance $22 Day of Show
All Ages

used to be in
All Songs from El Oso, 
Irresistible Bliss, Ruby Vroom

'Mike Doughty and his band of musical samurai play "Circles", "Super Bon Bon", and the best of Soul Coughing.'

Mike Doughty contains multitudes: Singer. Songwriter. Guitar player. Poet. Author. Playwright. Photographer. Most Improved Camper, West Point Youth Camp, 1982. He’s released five solo albums, some EPs, a couple of live albums, a bunch of EDM tracks and remixes, a poetry book, and a memoir about that time he was in a band called Soul Coughing and didn’t like it and took a lot of drugs. He most recently released an album of covers in the fall of 2012, wherein he played songs by John Denver, Cheap Trick, and Stephen Sondheim.

The Werks
w/ Madahoochi
Wednesday, November 27th
Doors 9pm  Show 10pm
$10 Advance $12 Day of Show
Over 18 Only

The Werks have quickly emerged as a national powerhouse. As a result of their eclectic individual influences, The Werks produce a dance party that can be appreciated by a majority of musical tastes. Known for fusing psychedelic shredding guitar, wailing organ of jam and classic rock with funk slap bass, synthesizers, and modern dance beats, The Werks create their own style of music. Their unique style of performing is affected and manipulated by the energy of the audience, guaranteeing that each show will be different and memorable.

Big D and The Kid's Table / Pietasters
w/ The Fighting Jamesons
Friday, December 20th
Doors 7pm  Show 8pm
$15 Flat  All Ages

Big D and the Kids Table front man David McWane has said, “There are people who want to be in a band and then there are musicians.” Once in a while a group comes along that makes music simply because they have no other choice – they are addicted musicians. For the past fifteen years Boston’s Big D And The Kids Table has proven just that, regardless of the band’s poverty. McWane describes the group as – “We’re modern American gypsies,” And you can feel that sense in their wildest record yet – For The Damned The Dumb & The Delirious.

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