Events

  • $12

    You Won't w/ Jocelyn Mackenzie (of Pearl and the Beard)


    You Won't is the musical duo of Josh Arnoudse and Raky Sastri, who first met as teenage thespians in a leafy suburb of Boston, Massachusetts. Prior to forming a band, they spent years collaborating on numerous other projects, conspiring to produce a series of little-seen experimental films, guerrilla theater stunts, and duct-taped refrigerators filled with toxic sludge.

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  • $12

    Erica Brown and the Bluegrass Connection


    Erica Brown started playing the fiddle at the age of six and has been performing since the age of nine, traveling throughout New England, Canada and Louisiana. She has won numerous fiddle contests in New England as well as Canada. Erica was the recipient of a Maine Arts Commission Traditional Arts Apprenticeship in 2006 and is now recognized as a Master of Traditional Fiddling by the Maine Arts Commission. Erica brings a special energy and style to the Maine music scene.

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  • $8

    CANCELLED M.E.S.H. Presents: The Virgins Cabaret


    THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

    There’s a first time for everything, and first times can be tough. The Virgin Cabaret is performers' chance to step out of their comfort zones and into untouched territory. Let go of things which hold you back to indulge in something new. This Virgin Cabaret will celebrate first times, new experiences, and expanded horizons. See first-timers grace the stage along side some of M.E.S.H.'s seasoned veterans!

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  • $15

    Decompression Chamber Music


    Decompression Chamber Music is an informal, entertaining introduction to small ensemble chamber music and is offered as a rush hour concert to allow people to catch an hour of music to decompress from their day. Our mission is to engage, entertain, and refresh the audience through dialogue, to encourage informed and curious listening that leads to engagement in the experience.

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  • $15

    Portland Press Herald’s MaineVoices Live: Tess Gerritsen


    The third event in the MaineVoices Live series will feature Tess Gerritsen, the internationally bestselling author of more than 15 works, including her latest Playing with Fire.  The conversation will be led Portland Press Herald Features Writer, Ray Routhier.

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  • $10

    Eleanor Friedberger


    State Theatre Presents: New View, the third solo album by Eleanor Friedberger, was rehearsed in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park and recorded in upstate New York. The former is a place where characters in Warren Zevon songs get clingy with their old lady while toughing out heroin withdrawal; the latter is where Bob Dylan got clingy with Robbie Robertson after flying off his motorcycle and revisiting the highway with his face. Fittingly, there’s a fair amount of recovery in the songs of New View (though you won’t find much in the way of smack or motorcycles). “Today I’m frozen but tomorrow I’ll write about you,” Friedberger sings, and much of the album seems set in that post-traumatic tomorrow, when stuff’s calmed down, the figurative road rash has healed, the metaphorical junkie sweating up your mattress has finally packed his bags.

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  • $10

    Brooks Wheelan


    Brooks is a chill dude from Iowa. He went to University of Iowa and got a biomedical engineering degree, but then pursued comedy. He’s 29 right now and here’s some stuff he’s done:

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  • $15

    The Mike + Ruthy Band


    Americana stand-outs Mike + Ruthy have assembled a new band and, as was the case with their last one, The Mammals, fans and critics alike are showing a lot of love. Their debut album, Bright as You Can, was released in June 2015 and top critics had this to say: "One of the year's standout Americana albums" (Boston Globe), "In the vanguard of today's vibrant folk revival" (PopMatters), "honoring the great musical traditions of the past while at the same time welcoming, with open arms, the future of what music can be” (Folk Alley), and much, much more. 

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  • $15

    Julian Lage (Trio)


    At age 27, Julian Lage already boasts a resume that an artist twice his age would be proud to claim. A former child prodigy—he was the subject of the 1997 documentary Jules at Eight—the California- born, now New York–based guitarist has collaborated with such giants as Gary Burton, Jim Hall, David Grisman, Béla Fleck, and Charles Lloyd. He’s released three albums as a leader, most recently 2015’s solo outing World’s Fair, and a few others in duo situations, including Wilco guitarist Nels Cline, pianist Fred Hersch, and Punch Brothers guitarist Chris Eldridge. Lage has also served as a sideman to many.

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  • $15

    OLS & NECA present: David Francey


    David Francey is a Scottish-born Canadian carpenter-turned-songwriter, who has become known as “one of Canada’s most revered folk poets and singers” (Toronto Star). Born in Ayrshire, Scotland to parents who were factory workers, he moved to Canada when he was twelve. For decades, he worked across Canada in rail yards, construction sites, and in the Yukon bush, all the while writing poetry, setting it to melodies in his head and singing it to himself as he worked.

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  • $12

    Gill Landry


    For a meat and potatoes opening to his bio, Gill Landry is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Louisiana. But he's also a photographer, a traveler, a painter, a storyteller, a mechanic, etc… It would take a novel to tell his tale. From hustling the streets of Paris to hitchhiking America on day labor and daydreams, he's slept beneath bridges with his brothers and in the beds of lordy estates. He began his music career busking on the streets of New Orleans, cutting his teeth through the ranks, interpreting life from the curb up.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra: May


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine's premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature. The PJO enjoys playing works written by members such as Craig Skeffington, Willie Johnson, Chris Humphrey and Terry White in addition to literature composed by a variety of jazz artists including Tom Kubis, Matt Harris, Bob Mintzer, Bill Holman and Maria Schneider. The PJO also enjoys playing classic works from the big band libraries of Count Basie, Woody Herman and Stan Kenton.

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  • $25

    David Power and Willie Kelly


    David Power is one of Ireland's foremost musicians on the uilleann pipes. Fiddler, Willie Kelly was born in the Bronx to a musical family from Ireland and is an extremely well-respected player and teacher. Together, they are embarking on a selective tour in the Northeastern United States, launching their album, Apples in Winter. The tour promises performances of pure quality; moving and deeply felt Irish traditional music at its best.

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  • $15

    Ronda Dale CD Release Party


    "I come from Central Virginia, in the piedmont of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, where most of my family still lives. I’ve traveled around some, gotten some schoolin’, lived in the Northern VA/DC area, Spain, NYC, on a sailboat for a few years, on glorious Peaks island off the coast of southern Maine for 14 years, crossed Casco Bay and am now based in Portland.

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  • $15

    Erin McKeown w/ Jen Zimberg


    Erin McKeown is a musician, writer, and producer known internationally for her prolific disregard of stylistic boundaries. Her brash and clever electric guitar playing is something to see. Her singing voice is truly unique – clear, cool, and collected. Over the course of 7 studio albums and thousands of live performances, Erin has developed and refined a distinct and challenging mix of American musical styles.

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  • $15

    The Suitcase Junket


    Artist, tinkerer, tunesmith, swamp Yankee. Matt Lorenz is a one-man salvage specialist singing into the hollow of a dumpster guitar, slipping a broken bottleneck onto the slide finger, railing on a box of twisted forks and bones, rocking till every sound is ragged at its edges, till the house is singing back. Every night is a hard-driving, blues-grinding, throat-singing search-and- rescue mission.

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  • $15

    Springtime Spectacular


    Rosa Noreen's 9th annual Springtime Spectacular is eagerly awaited each year by local arts lovers, bringing together top music and dance performers across genres, from blues to belly dance, to aerial arts to Latin music. This year's show features the internationally acclaimed belly dancer Lotus Niraja, with Samuel James as MC.

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  • $15

    The Appleseed Collective


    The Appleseed Collective is a four-piece Americana band that's toured these United States since 2010, serving up songs new and old—barn-burners, old soul jazz, airy mood pieces, bluesy digressions—to crowds hungry for more. Their music is a rich Dixie-Gypsy roots-music mélange with a modern twist, a long-simmering stew of old-time, ragtime, and bluegrass constantly refreshed—like the Melting Pot itself—with immigrant sounds and international spices. 

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  • $15

    OLS & NECA present: Tomato/Tomato


    Tomato/Tomato (pronounced: tomayto tomahto) is comprised of husband and wife team, John and Lisa McLaggan. This quirky twosome performs a mix of old timey bluegrass, roots, and folk music. Their dynamic live performances feature John on vocals and guitar and Lisa on vocals, washboard, bass drum, and tambourine. It's not unusual for her to be doing all four things at once!

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  • $12

    Girls Guns and Glory


    For the past eight years, Boston’s rising stars Girls Guns and Glory have been making a name for themselves through relentless touring, four critically acclaimed records, a slew of local awards, including being the Boston Music Awards first act of its genre to win Act of the Year, and international awards (Independent Artist of the Year at the French Country Music Awards). And, now, the hard-working band has refined their focus to the roots of rock ‘n’ roll with a twist of country on their fifth album, Good Luck, released February 4, 2014 on Lonesome Day Records.

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  • $13

    Tricky Britches CD Release w/ Special Guest Putnam Smith


    Raised in Maine, cured on street corners and next to wood stoves, string-band Tricky Britches is a unique culmination of country, contra-dance, bluegrass, and rock. They’ve played festivals and concerts across the US, Europe, and Hawaii, always being shaped by those places, and using those experiences to shape their original music.

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  • $15

    Adam Agati


    Adam Agati began playing music at the age of 12. By the age of 16 he was playing professionally throughout the New England Area. Adam attended Berklee College of Music on scholarship in 2001. While at Berklee he was taught by world class musicians including Joe Lovano, Hal Crook and Mick Goodrick. He received many awards due to outstanding musicianship. He graduated Berklee in 2005 and moved to Nashville,TN where he quickly became an in demand touring/session guitarist.

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  • $15

    Portland Press Herald’s MaineVoices Live: Senator George Mitchell


    The fourth event in the MaineVoices Live series will feature Senator George Mitchell, the renowned Maine lawyer, businessman and politician. The conversation will be led Portland Press Herald Opinion Writer, Bill Nemitz.

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  • $15

    Rushad Eggleston


    Rushad Eggleston AKA Rusharguanox Grimblestein AAKA Ushard Imbleston delights the senses and expands the mind with his far flung tales of Sneth and Jick and Thurrowogoufnees. Besides being a world renowned virtuosic cello innovator, he is a lyric poet, kazoo master, guitar shredder, and galavanting banjo clumper extraordinaire, who is becoming quite famous on the internet.  Many consider this gently fierce man a Wizard.

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  • $12

    Possessed by Paul James


    Possessed by Paul James is originally from Florida, and was born into a Mennonite family. He gives credit to his parents for instilling the value of service to others that is evidenced in his teaching of students with special needs and when Konrad Wert morphs into the performer Possessed by Paul James, the medium may change, but the desire to make a difference in people’s lives doesn’t. When Possessed by Paul James performs, his passion equals the passion he brings to his class Monday through Friday, with many witnesses to the Possessed By Paul James show referring to it as more of a life-altering experience than a simple one-man music show.

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  • $12

    Roy Davis CD Release w/ Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Soucy


    ROY DAVIS PRESENTS: The Snaggletooth String Band and Songwriter Collective The Awakening album release show! Roy Davis is no stranger to the stage at One Longfellow Square, having performed numerous packed shows with his band The Coloradas. This time he is reuniting with Maine's finest bluegrass and string band musicians to celebrate the release of his latest album, The Awakening, along with appearances by and collaborations with very special guest performers Bernie Nye (The Coloradas), Joe Walsh (Mr. Sun), and Garrett and Siiri Soucy (Mr and Mrs Garrett Soucy, Tree By Leaf).

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  • $24

    Bob Marley | 7PM Show


    One Longfellow Square is proud to welcome Maine's own King of Comedy, Bob Marley! He's well acquainted with Maine's cold winters, and just about all things that are quintessential Maine, and he's been taking simple woodsy humor and the word 'wicked' across the nation and around the world for nearly two decades. In addition to regularly selling out shows in Maine, Bob Marley has hit up the late night circle, from Jay Leno to Conan O'Brien, been on VH1 and Comedy Central, is featured frequently on the radio, and even once held the Guinness World record for the longest continuous stand up routine, clocking in at 40 hours. If that's not some wicked good comedy, then what is?

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  • $24

    Bob Marley | 9PM Show


    One Longfellow Square is proud to welcome Maine's own King of Comedy, Bob Marley! He's well acquainted with Maine's cold winters, and just about all things that are quintessential Maine, and he's been taking simple woodsy humor and the word 'wicked' across the nation and around the world for nearly two decades. In addition to regularly selling out shows in Maine, Bob Marley has hit up the late night circle, from Jay Leno to Conan O'Brien, been on VH1 and Comedy Central, is featured frequently on the radio, and even once held the Guinness World record for the longest continuous stand up routine, clocking in at 40 hours. If that's not some wicked good comedy, then what is?

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  • $15

    The Renovators


    The Renovators…What kind of name is that for a band? Good question. Most likely because Bob Rasero made a living building and fixing houses and it sounded good at the time and stuck. Hey, it could have been the Carpenters, but it is what it is . Just like a good old house with good bones, they’re still around and seven albums later, are still rockin and writing fun, funky, topical, bluesy tunes.

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  • $30

    Ana Popovic w/ Shun Ng


    The award-winning, hard-touring, guitar slinger blends smoking electric funk and slide guitar, jazzy instrumentals and a tight blues groove with soulful, feminine vocals. Add to the mix her incredible stage presence, all of which makes her an irresistible force in the world of contemporary blues music. 

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  • $18

    Amy Black


    Amy Black's summer 2016 national tour brings her back to New England with her full band to present her pleasing and energetic mix of soul, blues, country and rock-n-roll. Amy's third studio album, "The Muscle Shoals Sessions" was recorded at historic FAME studios in her family's homeland of Muscle Shoals, AL. The result was, "a blend of sultry desire, ardent passion...a sound that's both tough and tender" (Relix).

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  • $13

    Joan Shelley w/ Sam Moss


    Based out of Louisville, Kentucky, singer/songwriter Joan Shelley's warm and mellifluous voice evokes both the deep south and west coast, drawing from both old-time country and '60s folk. Shelley released her solo debut Ginko in 2012, followed by the No Quarter-issued Electric Ursa in 2014 and the new Over and Even this September, a collaboration with guitarist Nathan Salsburg (Paradise of Bachelors, No Quarter). She splits her time between solo outings and as one-third of the old time trio Maiden Radio. 

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra: June


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine's premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature. The PJO enjoys playing works written by members such as Craig Skeffington, Willie Johnson, Chris Humphrey and Terry White in addition to literature composed by a variety of jazz artists including Tom Kubis, Matt Harris, Bob Mintzer, Bill Holman and Maria Schneider. The PJO also enjoys playing classic works from the big band libraries of Count Basie, Woody Herman and Stan Kenton.

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  • $15

    Robert Ellis w/ Tom Brosseau


    Robert Ellis has named his new album after himself and the reason is clear. The album is both his most personal statement yet and a summation of his career thus far. Robert Ellisopens with "Perfect Strangers," a meditation on what brings people together (and how tenuous that connection can be), and ends with "It's Not OK," a raw look at emotional compromise. Between those two powerful bookends are nine other songs that set Ellis's soaring vocals and knowing melodies against his sharp, dark observations, and that show him in full command of a vibrant set of songwriting skills-irony, distance, character, narrative, a thoughtful relationship between sound and sense.

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  • $15

    Tarbox Ramblers


    Taking listeners to a place where Appalachian music, ancient blues and gospel come together in powerful, unexpected combinations, The Tarbox Ramblers are left-field traditionalists whose rough-hewn, direct sound has drawn raves fromRolling Stone, All Things Considered, The New Yorker and many more.

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  • $15

    OLS & NECA Present: Barrule


    The unique sound of traditional Manx music is the Celtic World’s best kept secret. This is set to change with the introduction of Barrule, the Award winning trio hellbent on taking the Isle of Man’s music to a much wider audience.

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  • $12

    Miles Nielsen & The Rusted Hearts


    Rockford, IL-based Miles Nielsen has spent nearly a decade enthralling audiences with music that draws force from the prime years of Western-influenced rock music and classic ‘60s soul. Claiming influences as diverse as Otis Redding’s classic soul and Jellyfish’s cult power pop recordings, Nielsen has thus far released two albums – his debut in 2009 as a solo artist, and then his sophomore album in 2012 as Miles Nielsen and the Rusted Hearts – to critical acclaim and an ever-growing fanbase.

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  • $15

    Miss Tess & The Talkbacks Album Release Tour


    "I don't know of anyone else that has such an eclectic, jazzy, old school and interesting vibe. There's an authenticity present in Miss Tess' music. It is not contrived, not too far a stretch for the skeptical imagination. She is real. And she is rare."  – No Depression

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  • $10

    The DuPont Brothers w/ Cricket Blue


    Zack and Sam DuPont are a Burlington, VT based, sibling indie-folk-americana duo. Since the start of the band in March of 2013, the brothers have toured heavily throughout the Northeast, Mid Atlantic, South and Mid West in a fully independent pursuit to get their songs to as many ears as possible. Their travels have opened doors to festival appearances at SXSW & Grand Point North in addition to performances in support of some of their musical heroes including Bahamas, Blake Mills, Sturgill Simpson Ben Sollee, Chris Eldridge & Julian Lage and Jerry Douglas to name a few.

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  • $15

    OLS & NECA Present: Lula Wiles


    A Lula Wiles show is like a whiskey-slap to the heart. Gathered around one microphone, Isa Burke, Ellie Buckland, and Mali Obomsawin pass around instruments and frontwoman duties with style and ease. Their effervescent vocal harmonies, deep musical chemistry, and evocative arrangements create a dynamic and spirited live show.

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  • $20

    OLS & NECA present: Makem & Spain


    Every generation has a few acts that define where a musical genre is going, performers so confident in their chosen field that they are able to completely embrace the genre and yet introduce something new to it. In Irish folk music today, that act is Makem and Spain.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra: July


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine's premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature. The PJO enjoys playing works written by members such as Craig Skeffington, Willie Johnson, Chris Humphrey and Terry White in addition to literature composed by a variety of jazz artists including Tom Kubis, Matt Harris, Bob Mintzer, Bill Holman and Maria Schneider. The PJO also enjoys playing classic works from the big band libraries of Count Basie, Woody Herman and Stan Kenton.

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  • $28

    Mary Fahl


    “Sounding like no other singer of her generation” (Allmusic.com), Mary Fahl is an expressive, emotional singer/songwriter who first achieved fame as lead singer and co-founder of the mid-1990s chamber-pop group OCTOBER PROJECT. The hallmark of their sound was Mary Fahl's awe-inspiring power vocals over gorgeous melodies played with passion and sophistication.

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  • $13

    Matthew Logan Vasquez


    2015 (The Year of The Ram) has been a year of major change for Matthew Logan Vasquez. He moved with his wife, Marthe, from Brooklyn to Austin, he saw the birth of his first child Thor, and after a decade since founding his critically acclaimed band, Delta Spirit, he’s finally decided to go it alone FOR THE FIRST TIME, with his solo debut, The Austin EP, to be released November, 2015 , and a full length LP, Solicitor Returns, to shortly follow in early 2016.

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  • $15

    Portland Press Herald’s MaineVoices Live: David Mallett and The Mallett Brothers Band


    The fifth event in the MaineVoices Live series will feature David Mallett and The Mallett Brothers Band. The conversation will be led by MaineToday.com Music Writer, Aimsel Ponti.

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  • $15

    OLS & NECA present: Dallahan


    Dallahan is one of the fastest rising forces on the international folk circuit; heavily rooted in traditional Irish music, but with hugely diverse backgrounds and influences. They call on their mixed Irish, Scottish and Hungarian heritage to create a unique and seamless musical montage, drawing in influences from jazz, funk, pop and classical music. Dallahan will push and pull you along on a musical journey, artistically transcending from tender and delicate songs from Transylvania, to relentlessly punchy Irish dance tunes littered with funk grooves and everything in between.

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  • $15

    OLS & NECA Present: The East Pointers


    Here’s a fun fact about traditional music: it’s not always old even when it sounds like something lifted straight from a vintage ceilidh. For proof, witness The East Pointers – or more specifically, Secret Victory, their exhilarating debut full-length album.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra: August


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine's premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature. The PJO enjoys playing works written by members such as Craig Skeffington, Willie Johnson, Chris Humphrey and Terry White in addition to literature composed by a variety of jazz artists including Tom Kubis, Matt Harris, Bob Mintzer, Bill Holman and Maria Schneider. The PJO also enjoys playing classic works from the big band libraries of Count Basie, Woody Herman and Stan Kenton.

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  • $15

    OLS & NECA present: The Gothard Sisters


    Over the course of nearly 1,000 shows since they formed as a Celtic band in 2006, The Gothard Sisters – who are truly sisters – have become internationally recognized as multi-instrumentalist Celtic-influenced folk musicians, songwriters, and performers from the Pacific Northwest, USA.

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  • $20

    Jon McLaughlin


    Whether writing and producing songs, performing his music, or hanging out with his two daughters, Nashville-based singer-songwriter, Jon McLaughlin puts passion into everything he does.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra: September


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine's premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature. The PJO enjoys playing works written by members such as Craig Skeffington, Willie Johnson, Chris Humphrey and Terry White in addition to literature composed by a variety of jazz artists including Tom Kubis, Matt Harris, Bob Mintzer, Bill Holman and Maria Schneider. The PJO also enjoys playing classic works from the big band libraries of Count Basie, Woody Herman and Stan Kenton.

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  • $20

    Sara Watkins


    “This is a breakup album with myself...” says Sara Watkins of her third solo record, Young in All the Wrong Ways. Writing and recording these ten intensely soul-baring songs was a means for her to process and mark the last couple years, which have been transformative. “I looked around and realized that in many ways I wasn’t who or where I wanted to be. It’s been a process of letting go and leaving behind patterns and relationships and in some cases how I’ve considered myself.

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  • $15

    OLS & NECA Present: The Outside Track


    Winner of Best Group in both the Live Ireland awards and the TIR awards, and a finalist for best album in the 2016 Indie Acoustic Project Awards, The Outside Track are one of the top Celtic acts in the world. A stunning synthesis of virtuosity and energy, their marriage of Celtic music, song, dance has been rapturously received around the world.

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  • $15

    Portland Press Herald’s MaineVoices Live: Rob Tod


    The seventh event in the MaineVoices Live series will feature Rob Tod, the founder of The Allagash Brewing Company. The conversation will be led by Portland Press Herald Reporter, Randy Billings.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra: October


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine's premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature. The PJO enjoys playing works written by members such as Craig Skeffington, Willie Johnson, Chris Humphrey and Terry White in addition to literature composed by a variety of jazz artists including Tom Kubis, Matt Harris, Bob Mintzer, Bill Holman and Maria Schneider. The PJO also enjoys playing classic works from the big band libraries of Count Basie, Woody Herman and Stan Kenton.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra: November


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine's premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature. The PJO enjoys playing works written by members such as Craig Skeffington, Willie Johnson, Chris Humphrey and Terry White in addition to literature composed by a variety of jazz artists including Tom Kubis, Matt Harris, Bob Mintzer, Bill Holman and Maria Schneider. The PJO also enjoys playing classic works from the big band libraries of Count Basie, Woody Herman and Stan Kenton.

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  • $15

    OLS & NECA Present: Cassie and Maggie


    Cassie and Maggie MacDonald encompass everything you could ask for in a musical act, their talent is only surpassed by the joy with which they so generously share it. Exciting and innovative, they have found the perfect balance between musical integrity, and sheer entertainment. While still staying true to their Celtic roots, they have explored and tested the boundaries of traditional music, bringing a breath of fresh air to the genre with their original compositions and arrangements. Sisters, cohorts and collaborators, Cassie and Maggie have been enchanting audiences far and wide with their infectious energy, driving rhythms and lilting melodies.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra: December


    Started in 2004, the Portland Jazz Orchestra is Maine's premier concert jazz ensemble. Under the direction of Dr. Chris Oberholtzer, this 18-piece jazz ensemble performs a variety of traditional and contemporary big band literature. The PJO enjoys playing works written by members such as Craig Skeffington, Willie Johnson, Chris Humphrey and Terry White in addition to literature composed by a variety of jazz artists including Tom Kubis, Matt Harris, Bob Mintzer, Bill Holman and Maria Schneider. The PJO also enjoys playing classic works from the big band libraries of Count Basie, Woody Herman and Stan Kenton.

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