Upcoming Shows

Every Thursday Night | 8pm-11pm


Join award-winning local blues legend Chris Fitz and Steve Dineen for a weekly acoustic hoedown!  This open jam is reminiscent of a gathering on a beautiful back porch somewhere deep in Mississippi on a warm evening with a bunch of friends playing music off-the-cuff. It's not a loud Blues Jam, or a singer/songwriter open mic. All acoustic instruments are welcome including horns, singers, bass or electric guitars with small amps, bongos, congas, percussion, harp, etc.  Whether you come to listen or to play, enjoy a fun-filled evening of soul rockin' acoustic music!


Free event, all ages welcome

Every Last Saturday of the Month* | 10am-12pm


"Interactive Music for the Preschool Set"

An Elijah T. Grasshopper & Friends concert is like a Saturday morning Kids TV show LIVE!  Join us on the last Saturday morning of each month for some supercool, interactive kid’s music with special guests, Emma the “Go Go Green” Bean, The Orange Farmer and their puppet pals, Willa the Worm and Weatherbee Frog. Elijah and his friends teach kids funky dance moves like the Bumpity Bump and the Pumpkin Dance, all the while promoting a message of social harmony.  Wholesome entertainment for kids ages 2 through 7. Doors open with special family brunch menu starting at 10am with music beginning at 10:30am. Reservations highly recommended. 


Admission $8 for parents; $6 for kids


Every Sunday Afternoon* | 1pm-4pm


*Starting Sunday, February 9, 2020

Award-winning Boston blues artist Racky Thomas brings his Travelin' Medicine Show Revival to Jasper Hill for a blues/gospel boogie-woogie Sunday afternoon music series from 1-4 pm. The program takes place every Sunday in the main dining room and features an inspiring gospel, country blues side of Thomas' repertoire as well his blues, boogie roots. Enjoy our Brunch Menu while listening to the uplifting sounds of Racky and the gang.


Free show, all ages welcome



Every Last Sunday of the Month (Sept.-May) | 1pm-4pm


Singer/songwriter John McArthur hosts an enriching open mic for young performers on the last Sunday of each month in our bar lounge.  This program gives young aspiring musicians a chance to highlight their talents and build confidence as they share their music with an engaged audience. A great opportunity for young folks to try out or hone their performance skills! A small PA system and microphones are provided, along with an electronic keyboard and some percussion instruments. Performers just need to bring their voices, their songs, their poems, and their instruments to practice in front of a family-friendly audience.All ages and all levels of musicians are welcome.  For those who prefer to sit back and listen, the open mic offers a great variety of acoustic music to enjoy. 

Free show, all ages welcome

Every Sunday Evening | 7:30pm-11:30pm


Note there will be no Blues Jam on Sunday, February 2 due to the Super Bowl Game.

Lively weekly event! Join us for this popular Sunday Blues Jam hosted by Pete Henderson and friends.  All musicians are welcome to sit in and play. A good time for all!

Free show, all ages welcome


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Saturday, February 1 | 8pm-11pm



Formed on a Friday night when Ira’s band cancelled last minute and a number of groovy killer musicians answered the bell to perform at Electric Haze in Worcester. The dudes brainstormed songs they knew before sound check and then went out to play with the following instructions...TAKE IT ANYWHERE AND EVERYWHERE! NO FEAR! The music was smokin, the jams were exploratory and ferocious, the fun was off the charts and everybody was dancin! And so it goes...


Think Grateful Dead mixed with Blues Traveler with a bit of Butterfield Blues Band and a tad of Janis Joplin thrown in with a smidge of the Staples Family and a dollop of Joe Cocker...mix that all together and voila! THE REVIVAL!  Ira’s Grateful Harp Revival seeks to do more than put on a show. It seeks to put on a downhome Grateful Dead Revival meeting with a festival atmosphere and they want it to be an event every time they play! They want you dancing, smiling, hugging and loving eachother and having a soul-filling, heart-brimming, feet-can’t-stop-moving experience!


The Revival performs at clubs far and near, here and there. The band offers the opportunity for other musicians to get up and jam with them during the first set and then a fire-filled second set of Pigpen-era Grateful Dead with long and, at times, soulful or firey jams with no set list...no net...taking the music as far as they can take it and then taking it one step further! Sharing in the joy of their family dancing and flowing the energy everywhere and to everyone in attendance.


Free show, all ages welcome

Friday, February 7 | 8pm-11pm



Jasper Hill favorites Craig Carter & Billy Sciore return with their full band to perform a diverse mix of Americana, Rock, and Blues. Carter’s distinctive smooth and powerful vocal style and Sciore’s dynamic and mesmerizing lead guitar have been entertaining folks in clubs throughout New England for the past ten years.  They blend original material along with deep covers by bands such as the Beatles, Steve Earle, the Wood Brothers, Muddy Waters and countless others. Experience an evening of great music, upbeat vibes, and friendship.


Free show, all ages welcome

Saturday, February 8 | 8pm-11pm


Innovative funky, original rock with elements of jazz, R&B, electronica, psychedelia and the jamband spirit!


Gary Backstrom is an accomplished guitarist and vocalist who fronted and founded the popular ‘90s jamband, JIGGLE THE HANDLE. After three CD releases and numerous national tours over the years, the band decided to part ways, playing their last show at the Berkshire Mountain Music Festival in August 2001. The band occasionally regroups in Boston for reunion tours.  Today, Gary performs with his band, The Gary Backstrom Band, a high-energy, innovative original act featuring Gary's infectious guitar licks and songwriting, the mesmerizing grooves of keyboardist Chris Nemitz, and the dynamic and soulful rhythm section of bassist Everett Pendleton and drummer Michael Doyle.  The band's music features clever, hook-filled songwriting and arrangements with intense interaction among the musicians. Their unique sound is interwoven with exciting, unpredictable improvisation that can only be heard in the best live acts on the scene today.


Free show, all ages welcome

Tuesday, February 11 | 7pm-9pm


Baxter Hall is a singer/songwriter and guitarist from Boston MA. Performing on stage and working with some of the best in the business, Hall is an exciting new up-and-coming artist who has been recognized on stages throughout New England and as far as Europe. He is currently involved with a newly-formed backing band and has an official debut album on the way, “Somewhere in My Guitar” comprised of lyric-based original rock and roll songs. This album is being produced by Grammy-nominated guitarist and founder of “Roomful of Blues” Duke Robillard.


Free show, all ages welcome

Wednesday, February 12 | 8pm-10pm


A 'voice like chocolate' . . . that is how many of Ralph Graham's fans have described the silken, baritone vocal style of this renowned singer, songwriter and former RCA recording artist. Ralph has been melting audiences from coast to coast since he began his performance career singing in Boston nightclubs at the age of 15. Immersed in music from his early childhood, Ralph grew up listening to his father's gospel group practice in his home. Ralph's Mother knew her son was destined by make music an integral part of his life when he wrote his first song at six years old.

Ralph's body of work includes ballads with inspirational, heartfelt lyrics and rhythms that connect him with his audiences in ways that most singers and songwriters only aspire to. Whether listeners are hearing Ralph for the first time or the 100 th time, it is touching to see their reactions as the weight of everyday life fades and they join Ralph's musical journey of the heart.

Ralph has recently re-immersed himself in his music career after taking a 15-year hiatus to raise a family after losing his first wife to cancer. Prior to that, Ralph was signed to RCA and had three albums released. His most celebrated song 'Differently' was recorded by Ralph, Thelma Houston and Jose Feliciano and several other artists both in the U.S. and Europe. Ralph has also written songs for Patti LaBelle, Lou Rawls and The Fifth Dimension.

Admission $10, all ages welcome

Friday, February 14 | 8pm-11pm

BLACK & WHITE BAND - A Special Valentine's Show

Since 1990, Black & White have performed non-stop at festivals, club venues, and corporate/private functions throughout New England. Blending high-energy swing blues and roots rock & roll, the band has garnered both critic and public praise (nominated in 2000, 2002, 2003 & 2005 The Providence Phoenix Poll - Best Blues/R&B Act Category). Additionally, they've shared billing with such famed acts as Junior Wells, Bo Diddley, Eric Burdon, America, Jefferson Airplane, Rick Derringer, Southside Johnny.  Perhaps The Providence Phoenix best summed up the band by writing, "Their name is around the state so much that they've become part of the fabric of Rhode Island's pop culture."  The band’s influences include: Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Fabulous Thunderbirds, and Robert Gordon, to name a few.


Admission $10, all ages welcome

Saturday, February 15 | 8pm-11pm

MOTHERLESS CHILDREN - A Tribute to Eric Clapton

Sometime around 1977, Rolfe Anderson was bassman in Human Sexual Response (and earlier for Jonathan Richman's Modern Lovers) which had a talent for getting press (no such thing as BAD press when you're trying to make a name) and opened at Boston’s Symphony Hall for Jimmy Cliff to a REALLY polarized audience. At the same time, John Hovorka (later of Turbines fame) was putting together a band called the 2X4S with an 'industrial rock' slant different from the common concept. John needed someone with recording experience to produce the sessions and Rolfe did the job meeting their drummer, Steve Donnally.

Hovorka went on to form the Turbines which made waves, and from time to time Anderson would run into Donnelly at musical events, eventually asking to jam sometime. Bullheadedly persistent, the jam question came up and Donnelly finally relented sometime around 1985 resulting in the Deck O' Squares band which played lots of local watering holes and produced the 'Odd Pop' CD.

Mike Rosati (guitar) and Bob Shea (keyboards) were working as engineers at a Boston area tech firm and in gabbing, discovered their mutual musical interests. Bob had played in numerous Metrowest bands and Mike in Connecticut combos. They joined the Blue Billy Elvis show band performing both country AND western!

Sometime around 2005 Anderson got a call from Donnelly who'd met up with Rosati and Shea interested in forming a blues rock unit and things clicked; Back Bay Blues was formed playing the Boston Metrowest area. The band concluded sometime in 2009.

A chance meeting between Donnelly and Shea in 2012 culminated in the reforming of the original band, but this time the plan was to cover Eric Clapton songs which is Motherless Children's mission.

Free show, all ages welcome

Friday, February 21 | 8pm-11pm


BJ Magoon and Driving Sideways is a fabulous local roots and rhythm band.  They play material by such artists & song writers as Delbert McClinton, Allen Toussaint, Doc Pomus, Dan Penn, Lieber & Stoller, Etta James, JJ Cale, Vince Gill, Asleep At The Wheel, Aretha Franklin, Jimmie Vaughan, Bonnie Raitt, Hank Williams, BB King, Carl Perkins, The Band, Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Elvis, Brian Setzer Orchestra and many more.   BJ first established the Band as the quartet "Driving Sideways" in 1986 playing the clubs featuring Blues & Roots music including The Channel, Harper's Ferry, Sticky Mikes, Ed Burkes, City Side in Boston, The House of Blues, Johnny D's & Nightstage in Cambridge, & The Sit'n Bull Pub in Maynard, to name a few. In the early 90's he revised the name to "BJ Magoon & Driving Sideways", and expanded the music to Americana, Roots-Country Rock, Swing, Beach, Blues & Soul w/an emphasis on Dancing! 

Free show, all ages welcome


Free show, all ages welcome

Saturday, February 22 | 8pm-11pm


Hailing from the Northeast, these Pioneer Valley natives provide a sound all their own; a perfect combination of soulful vocals, intricate harmonies, contagious melodies and moving rhythm. Originating as a trio, friends Kara Rose Wolf, Kerrie T. Bowden and Laura Marie Picchi maintain their vocal roots and continue to shape their sound through writing and collaborative instrumentation. Eavesdrop’s debut EP, The Afterglow, showcased the trio’s vocally charged acoustic, folk, soul roots. With their latest release, TIDES, the band has expanded into a six piece ensemble. Co-produced by Alan Evans and Ross Bellenoit, TIDES is the band’s first full length album. It brings the listener on a ride alongside the three songbirds, taking a deeper look into the life events that fostered their creativity. 


Free show, all ages welcome

Wednesday, February 26 | 8pm-10pm



Dwayne Haggins brings a smooth style of old country blues and soul. He's got a high-level backing band that includes guitarist Baxter Hall, bassist Will Woyda, and drummer Brad "Jahnu" Larkin. Dwayne Haggins and his band bring a live performance that includes engaging originals with familiar and obscure covers mixed in. Inspired by musicians such as Waylon Jennings, Leon Russell, and Sturgill Simpson, you will see Dwayne channel these guys and their styles in some sort of way while at the same time showing you his very own style. Dwayne will go from a straight country tune like "Hey Good Looking" by Hank Williams, into a classic soulful song such as "A Change Is Gonna Come" by Sam Cooke. Dwayne's originals display his love for these 2 genres by vocally showing the soulful side, while having more of a country guitar picking style.


Free show, all ages welcome

1/2-price burgers with the purchase of a beverage

Friday, February 28 | 8pm-11pm


Inky Fair and Doug Betschart have been playing music together since 1972, first hitting the New England club circuit in the band “Moonfast.” In 1977, they formed “Fair, Yates & Betschart,” the renowned house band at Timothy’s Spirits in Framingham, and later released “Spirits,” an album of original songs. Since 1987, Inky and Doug have performed as the acoustic/rock duo, “Back Pages.” With Steve McCrossan on keyboard and bass, “Back Pages” features a vast, eclectic mix of classic and modern rock music spanning five decades -- enlivened with rich harmonies, amazing guitar playing, and pulsating rhythms.


Free show, all ages welcome

Saturday, February 29 | 8pm-11pm


The band that formed by playing at Scott Ripley's Ripapalooza house party in Holliston returns to Jasper Hill under a new name to play their well-known eclectic selection of songs from the Grateful Dead, The Who, The Beatles, Crosby Stills and Nash, Neil Young and Hot Tuna!  Second Wind performs both intimate acoustic songs with 3-part harmonies of Jason Nelson, Barry Putterman and Greg Lee and live electric jams. With the smooth guitar leads of Greg Lee and the beat of Jeff Neal on drums, the groove will get you out of your seat and on your feet!

Free show, all ages welcome

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Friday, March 6 | 8pm-11pm



Cheryl Arena is a veteran of the Boston Blues scene since the late 80’s.   Three time winner of the "Most Outstanding Harmonica Player" Award in The Blues Audience Magazine’s Reader's Poll.  She is a triple threat – singer, songwriter and blows the harp like there is no tomorrow. A top-notch entertainer that loves what she does and shares that love and excitement with her bandmates and audiences all over the world. The Blues was created to lift your spirits and The Cheryl Arena band carries on the tradition by delivering that message with every performance. When this band hits the stage you are in for some good time, jumpin’, swingin‘, rockin‘ and funky music.


Free show, all ages welcome

Saturday, March 7 | Early show: 8pm-10pm (sold out), Late show: 10:30pm-12:30am


Get a sitter. Feed the cat. And come out to laugh at the greatest comics you've never heard of! Cheap Laughs presents JASPER HILL COMEDY NIGHT featuring comedians Paul Gillespie (2019 Portland Comedy Festival and founder of Cheap Laughs), Rick Fink Jr., Danny Pep, Maggie Vella, David Thomas Jr. (Trout City Art Company), Colleen Daisy Riley, and James Hamilton (opened for Frank Santorelli, Dave Russo, and Christine Hurley). Join us for dinner, drinks, and an abundance of laughs!


Tickets $15

Tuesday, March 10 | 7pm-9pm


Baxter Hall is a singer/songwriter and guitarist from Boston MA. Performing on stage and working with some of the best in the business, Hall is an exciting new up-and-coming artist who has been recognized on stages throughout New England and as far as Europe. He is currently involved with a newly-formed backing band and has an official debut album on the way, “Somewhere in My Guitar” comprised of lyric-based original rock and roll songs. This album is being produced by Grammy-nominated guitarist and founder of “Roomful of Blues” Duke Robillard.


Free show, all ages welcome

Wednesday, March 11 | 8pm-10pm


High-energy jam band who plays both acoustic and electric music.  The band's lineup includes two guitars, bass, drums, fiddle, saxophone/clarinet, vocals and harmony vocals. Their music includes Grateful Dead, JGB, Dylan, Cockburn, traditional, Emmy Lou, Buffalo Springfield and various other folk and acoustic/electric music.  Barry Paul is currently one of the guitarists for the bands Fennario and Ira's Grateful Harp Revival.  He also previously played with the band, The Knot, formerly known as Slipknot (during the time that he played with them).  These are all Grateful Dead/ Jam bands primarily.


Free show, all ages welcome

Get 1/2-price burgers with the purchase of a beverage



Friday, March 13 | 8pm-11pm


Neal & The Vipers are a Rhode Island-based band who play American Roots Music encompassing blues, rock & roll, rockabilly, and surf, that will get you up out of your chair to dance all night long!  When the show is over, you will feel full of energy and looking forward to catching the next show.

The Vipers are professional musicians; all experts in their instruments with decades of playing experience that is one of the the keys to their amazing performances.  You can feel the chemistry between them as they play hits from their many original songs off their CD's as well as covering classic songs such as "Little Wing", "Hey Joe", "Right Place Wrong Time" and instrumentals like "Sleepwalk" and "Pipeline".  The Vipers always put their own spin on these classic songs, making them their own.  Some fans even say that they enjoy hearing their versions better than the original. 


Admission $15, all ages welcome

Saturday, March 14 | 8pm-11pm


Racky Thomas got his introduction to the blues while attending Berklee College of Music in Boston when he saw Stevie Ray Vaughan perform at Northeastern's Matthews Arena circa 1987.  Vaughan's performance inspired Racky and cemented what was to become an ongoing study of the music, and desire to carry on its great tradition. The Racky Thomas Band has been a torchbearer for the blues since its formation in 1995 and continues to wow their audiences with their tight groove, upbeat vide, and dynamic stage performance.


Admission $10, all ages welcome

Tuesday, March 17 | 7pm-9pm

TIFFANY GASSETTE - St. Patrick's Celebration

Tiffany Gassette is a Nashville-based songwriter and the Connecticut Chapter Coordinator to the Nashville Songwriter's Association.  She is best known for her band Rising Tribe, which toured New England for over 5 years. Together, they released two CDs including their latest CD titled "Live Up" which has received radio play and rave reviews.  Originally from the Virgin Islands, Tiffany blends reggae, folk, country, Celtic, and Americana. Her acoustic solo performances are delivered with high energy and lots of spirit, and her lyrics are thought-provoking and meaningful with a powerful message that promotes positive change on both a personal and global level. CORNED BEEF & CABBAGE on the menu! Drink specials including our new GREEN PISTACHIO MARTINI!


Free show, all ages welcome

Wednesday, March 18 | 8pm-10pm


Join blues artist Peter Ward for a rare acoustic solo performance. Peter "Hi-Fi" Ward is not your average blues guitar player. He's a songwriter who takes a fresh new approach, mixing originals and covers all influenced by the blues, swing and classic country. He toured with artists Jimmy Rogers, Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, Otis Rush, Pinetop Perkins and Lowell Fulson. In the 1980s, he toured with the Legendary Blues Band, the combo that backed Muddy Waters. With Peter, the band recorded Red Hot and Blues on Rounder Records.  Ronnie Earl, a former roommate, has described Peter one of the best young blues guitarists. Peter was married for 20 years to WGBH blues host Mai Cramer. She died in 2002 of breast cancer. Each year Peter and friends organize a fast-moving musical tribute to Mai that raises money for charity and helps keep traditional blues alive.   


In 2010 Peter produced and played on a western swing CD, "Goodbye Liza Jane: Hello Western Swing" featuring steel guitarist Herb Remington, an original member of Bob Wills' and his Texas Playboys.  This year, Peter released his first blues CD, “Blues on My Shoulders,” which is getting national airplay, hit the blues charts and is getting excellent review.


Free show, all ages welcome

Get 1/2-price burgers with the purchase of a beverage

Friday, March 20 | 8pm-11pm


Willie J. Laws has over 30 years of performing experience and has traveled all over the world making music. Raised in the Gulf Coast of Texas, Willie J. developed his "funky blues" guitar and vocal sound, influenced by Texas Blues and R&B/Soul, Tex-Mex Tejano/Conjunto, Louisiana Zydeco, and Country. Fans regularly call him "the Real Deal" because of his stunning vocals and great guitar work. His work over the past 25 years includes performing as the house band for The House of Blues in both Las Vegas and New Orleans, and as well as Margaritaville in the "Crescent City". He performs nationally and internationally with the Smithsonian Folkways/Grammy award-winning Tejano band, "Los Texmaniacs". While living in Texas, Louisiana, Nevada, and California he repeatedly opened for BB King, Etta James, Buddy Guy, Willie Nelson, Hall & Oates, Lynyrd Skynyrd and numerous others. Willie was mentored by, and toured throughout the US with, the late Blues great and Texan, Phillip Walker, which you will also hear in Willie's playing style. 


Willie lives in Massachusetts now, and has garnered a 2011 Mass Blues Challenge Award, was a semi-finalist in the 2012 International Blues Challenge and prestigious Beale St King Award 2012, two New England Music Award nominations (2015 and 2016), and a 2015 Boston Music Award Nomination. In five years of playing in New England he is known as one of the foremost Blues acts of the region with a modern funky style, uniquely his own.


The Willie J Laws Band sound is rooted in deep Texas Roots Music, add some Funk, and Jazz influenced bass patterns, and the influence of various Afro-Caribbean-centric drum beats, all tempered with a groove from Motown, Memphis or Muscle Shoals, New Orleans or Houston, Cincinnati or Los Angeles. The sound is traditional African-American music with a unique twist, skillfully played and performed. Come see why they are calling him the "Real Deal". Come see "The Prophet of Funky Texas Music". 


Free show, all ages welcome

Saturday, March 21 | 8pm-11pm


The Walkin' Blues Band was formed by Mark Todd and Jason Nelson in 2006 as an acoustic duo. The band has had as many as 5 members but since 2013 has been a tight 4-piece blues band.  Musicians include:  Mark Todd (Harmonica, Vocals), Al Green (Guitar), Michael Terry (Bass, Vocals) & Mike Traub (Drums).  They play from several styles of Blues music with a strong influence from the 'Chicago Blues' of the 1920's, '30's, and '40's as well as modern blues performed by artists such as BB King and Paul Butterfield. They bring their style to modern & classic rock performing songs by The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, SRV and more.  The Walkin' Blues Band has played great festivals like the New England Blues Fest to honored venues like The Chicken Bone and many great clubs in between.

Free show, all ages welcome

Wednesday, March 23 | 8pm-10pm


Dwayne Haggins brings a smooth style of old country blues and soul. Dwayne's live performances include engaging originals with familiar and obscure covers mixed in. Inspired by musicians such as Waylon Jennings, Leon Russell, and Sturgill Simpson, you will see Dwayne channel these guys and their styles in some sort of way while at the same time showing you his very own style. Dwayne will go from a straight country tune like "Hey Good Looking" by Hank Williams, into a classic soulful song such as "A Change Is Gonna Come" by Sam Cooke. Dwayne's originals display his love for these two genres by vocally showing the soulful side, while having more of a country guitar picking style. A Jasper Hill favorite!


Free show, all ages welcome

Get 1/2-price burgers with the purchase of a beverage

Friday, March 27 | 8pm-11pm


2010 Boston Blues Challenge Finalist

Drivin’ Blind is a greater Boston blues rock trio based in Wilmington, MA. A club favorite for more than ten years, the band has opened for blues and rock legends such as Savoy Brown and Sonny Landreth, and many local favorites as well as being featured extensively on Boston radio stations WZLX (“Sunday Morning Blues” with Carter Alan) and WBOS (“Blues on Sunday” with Holly Harris).  The band consists of:  Steve Dineen – guitar/vocals, Jim Ramsey - bass guitar, and Mark “Sparky” Sandler – drums.  Occasional guest appearances: Mario Perrett - saxophone.

Free show, all ages welcome

Saturday, March 28 | 8pm-11pm


The Fathoms is veteran Boston-native guitarist/composer Frankie Blandino’s Americana multi-piece band. The Fathoms perform a blend of Frankie’s clever guitar-oriented originals which cover a number of styles of instrumental music with hints of film-score compositions, guitar ‘hits’, kinky humorous numbers, grinding Wray-like tunes and surf/spy-type genres and full-bore rockers, all infused with the inimitable “Frankie” personality.   If I said “Ventures”, “The Shadows”, “Duane Eddy”, “Spaghetti Westerns”, “Bo Diddley” “Chuck Berry” you should get the picture! The Fathoms also crank out those styles on their various covers with masterful results. They usually show up in a 4 piece format, but it might be a trio, a 5-piece or a duo. The Fathoms have many dedicated fans in the Boston area but also have fans across the US, Europe, Japan and Australia. Their albums “Fathomless”, “Overboard”, “Fathom This” are an important part of the international surf-spy-instro canon.  (“Fathomless” was re-released with bonus tracks in 2018 by MuSick Recordings). Supported by eclectic Boston-area guitarist-bassist Rob Amaral and other players such as (late) saxophonist Dave Sholl, guitarists Jerry Miller and Greg Burgess, drummers Neil Curran, Stan Kozlowzki, Doug Hinman, bassists Steve McCrossan , Johnny Sciascia,  and Paul Tomasello,  The Fathoms can be found in the coolest corners of the Boston-Providence-Worcester music scene purveying their unique sounds.


Free show, all ages welcome

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