Evan Miller is a singer/songwriter who's music will feature a blend of folk and rustic soul, both covers and originals. His music draws comparisons to Amos Lee, John Mayer, Ray Charles, and Ray Lamontagne.
20 Park Ave (Backyard Entrance at 31 Winter St), Somerville (see map on right)
Saturday, May 18 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Husband and wife duo performing acoustic Folk and Americana covers...perfect for the Porch, or in this case the backyard (between 31 and 33 Winter St). So come on by and relax to a few tunes to accompany what should be a great afternoon in Somerville!
Jeremiah Birnbaum is a "rootsy, soulful troubadour" (Time Out, London) with his own brand of "raucous alt-country...a rabbi's son with a touch of whiskey burning his soul" (New York Magazine, Critic's Pick). His most recent release is "Lucky," recorded stripped-down and mostly live in the studio. By January 2013, the record reached #31 on the Roots Music Report charts for New York artists, receiving spins coast-to-coast on many independent folk radio stations, including WFUV in New York.
Ten Willows is a collaborative project, featuring the music of Todd Marston (piano, guitar, voice, accordion, percussion), Neil Pearlman (piano, mandolin, banjo), and Dylan Sherry (saxophones). They perform a wide range of song styles, from folk and rock to jazz and scottish fiddle tunes.
Beatrice is an acoustic offshoot of the rock group FORTRAN, which is a a rock group and a massachusetts institution of technocracy that has been around Cambridge/Somerville since like 2006. This performance will be a combination of FORTRAN (http://123fortran.bandcamp.com/) songs and Beatrice (http://beatrice.bandcamp.com/) songs... milder... for summertime.