Events Horizon – Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Welcome to the “last week of June” Guitar Noise Events Horizon, our weekly blog post to give you news and pertinent information concerning upcoming shows featuring members and friends of the Guitar Noise community, taking place all over the world. Or at least wherever and whenever people let us know they’re happening!
In the Guitar Noise community, we believe that the true power, wonder and beauty of music comes when it gets shared with the world. So whenever you’re out playing, we’d really like to do is to help promote your shows, whether it’s in a stadium or at a ten-seat coffee house. Not only is it a great way to help support each other, it’s also a terrific way to meet more musicians!
So (usually!) every Wednesday we (try to) post a blog about the gigs we know are coming up in the following ten days or so. Hopefully you’ll get a chance to attend a show should they happen to be in your corner of the world! So here are some places you might check out (and be sure to write in to let us know of and post some more!).
Tonight! Wednesday, June 27, 2012
The Sheryl Bailey 3, featuring jazz guitarist extraodinaire Sheryl Bailey, Ian Froman on drums and Ron Oswanski on organ are playing tonight at the 55 Bar, 55 Christopher Street in New York City, New York. It’s a free show, from 7 until 9 PM.
Thursday, June 28, 2012
Rhapsody of Fire, with longtime GN contributor Tom Hess on guitar, play tonight in Buenes Aires, Argentina at the Teatro Flores.
And, of course, there’s also The Parlor’s weekly open mic, hosted by singer / songwriter, Marilyn Miller. It takes place tonight from 7 to 9 PM at this friendly little coffee house, located at 734 Warren Street in Hudson, New York. All ages are welcome.
Friday, June 29, 2012
Catch Sheryl Bailey performing a jazz guitar duet with Freddie Bryant tonight at the Alor Cafe, located at 2110 Richmond Street in Staten Island, New York. Show runs from 8 until 11 PM.
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Doesn’t Madder returns to George’s on the Lake, 101 North Catawba Avenue in Rhodhiss, North Carolina. The music starts at 9 PM and they’ll be rocking until midnight.
And Tom Hess and Rhapsody of Fire hit Sao Paulo, Brazil, the last stop on their tour of Central and South America. Tonight’s show is at the Carioca Club and should be an excellent send-off!
And speaking of festive occasisions, the Dewey Hall Folk Series is celebrating five years of bringing live monthly music to the Dewey Hall stage! Come by and join in with several Dewey Hall Folk Series alumni for a night of performance and jam sessions. Come early and stay late! 8:00 PM ’til ? Held at Dewey Hall, Route 7, in Sheffield, Massachusetts.
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Being Thursday once again, it’s time for the weekly open mic at the Parlor, located at 734 Warren Street in Hudson, New York. All ages are welcome to this friendly event which runs from 7 to 9 PM and is hosted by local Hudson singer / songwriter Marilyn Miller.
Saturday, July 7, 2012
Doesn’t Madder rocks the house tonight at The Last Call SportsBar, located at 1330 National Highway in Thomasville, North Carolina. The music starts at 9 PM and goes until close.
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Music in Common will be hosting a free FODfest concert tonight at 7:30PM at the West Stockbridge Congregational Church in West Stockbridge, Massachusetts. If you’re anywhere in the area, you should try to make this magical event, which will feature a host of wonderful musicians!
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Ron Jackson, an outstanding jazz guitarist that we’ve reviewed here at Guitar Noise will be a feature part of the Renee Manning Group, playing tonight at A Loft Brooklyn Terrace at the W Hotel, 216 Duffield Street in Brooklyn New York. 7 PM start.
Please feel free to email about whatever gigs you’ve got coming up. Send your gig dates to email@example.com and try to put “˜gig alert’ in the subject header. As mentioned, we’ll be posting the latest schedule every Wednesday. We’d love to include you in our listing.
Also feel free to add upcoming dates in the “Comments” section of this thread. That way we’ll be able to add your next performance to our future updates.
We wish you the best with your shows as well as a great time at any show you can attend. Maybe you’ll get to meet some of your Guitar Noise friends in person at long last!