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Events Horizon – Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Spring, or fall depending on which side of the Equator you happen to live, is officially here! Welcome to the March 21 edition of Guitar Noise’s Events Horizon, our weekly blog post where you can gets 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!

As you know, we at Guitar Noise 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!

Every Wednesday, we’ll post here 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!):

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Time once again for The Parlor’s weekly open mic. This cool little coffee shop is located at 734 Warren Street in Hudson, New York. Singer / songwriter, Marilyn Miller hosts this incredibly friendly event, running from 7 to 9 PM. All ages welcome.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Mark Cosgrove, John Kirk and Trish Miller highlight a benefit concert for the Boys and Girls Club of Pittsfield. This will be held at 8:00 PM at the Barrington Stage Company’s Main Stage, 30 Union Street in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Tickets are $20.

Doesn’t Madder brings a great night of rock music to Tommy’s SportsBar, 110 Valencia Place in Lenoir, North Carolina. Show starts at 9 PM and goes until the place closes!

Tom McLaughlin and Life Is Drama have a show at Keglers, located at 905 Theodore Street, Crest Hill, Illinois. If you’ve not seen Life Is Drama, get out there and have a fun night!

The Parlor Saturday Concert Series continues with a 7 to 9 PM show by Lisa Dudley and Ed Kenney. The Parlor is a great little coffe shop located at 734 Warren Street in Hudson, New York.

And speaking of cool coffee shops, one of my favorites – Grovers’ Mill Coffee, located at 335 Princeton-Hightstown Road in West Windsor, New Jersey – will be having a “Beatles’ Fest” Tribute Night starting at 7:30 PM. Lots of local artists will be performing, including the “official debut” of Novo Rodeo, featuring Guitar Noise community member Greg Nease along with Suzannah Sabin and John Mazzeo. These tribute nights at Grovers’ Mill are always a lot of fun, so stop by if you’re in the neighborhood.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Time once again for The Parlor’s weekly open mic, located at 734 Warren Street in Hudson, New York. Singer / songwriter, Marilyn Miller hosts the evening in this incredibly friendly little coffee house. Runs from 7 to 9 PM and all ages are welcome.

The Fallen Starlets are one of five bands playing a Benefit for the Western Massachusetts Food Pantry. Come our and party for a great cause at Chameleon’s, 1350 East Street in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Music goes from 8 PM until midnight.

Friday, March 30, 2012

The Fallen Starlets take their act on the road! They’ll be one of four bands performing at Valentine’s Music Club and Beer Joint, located at 17 New Scotland Avenue in Albany, New York. The music starts at 8 PM and goes until 11.

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Connie Boyle performs tonight at The Parlor Saturday Concert Series, held at The Parlor, 734 Warren Street in Hudson, New York. Show starts at 7 PM.

Please feel free to email about whatever gigs you’ve got coming up. Send your gig dates to [email protected] 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!

Peace