Events

  • $5

    Live and Local Presents: Isaiah Bennet and Ryan Halliburton & the Still

    Also known as the 'Matt Damons', and with over three hundred months of combined professional experience, The Still has recently morphed from their illustrious cover band roots into an all-organic, original-music powerhouse-juggernaut celebrated all over the world by adults, the chilrens, and many small species of house plants alike.

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  • $5

    Bomb Diggity Arts Film Extravaganza

    Bomb Diggity is a local arts organization that serves adults with developmental disabilities. They make movies that will make you laugh, cry, and think. They have been working hard on making a lot of new films that are sure to open your eyes to the abilities of their participants rather than their disabilities.

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  • $5

    The Portland Jazz Orchestra: April

    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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  • $12

    Shango Afrobeat Orchestra

    Shango, the 20+ member Afro-beat Orchestra dedicated to playing the music of Fela Kuti, Tony Allen and the music they have inspired, was founded by percussionist, keyboardist, dancer, composer and arranger Jonny Peiffer in the summer of 2013. The band has been steadily offering raucous infectious dance parties and ever since and packing venues like The Dance Hall Kittery, The Press Room Portsmouth, and Fury's Publick House Dover, among other venues throughout the Seacoast.

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  • $15

    Ari Hest w/ Dan Blakeslee

    Over his 15 year career, Ari Hest has released eight albums, three EPs, and "52" in 2008, an innovative project whereby he wrote, recorded and released a new song every Monday for a full year. Hest is also half of the folk pop duo The Open Sea with Rosi Golan, and half of the Brazilian music inspired pop duo Bluebirds of Paradise with Chrissi Poland.

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  • $0

    4th Annual Food Is Hope Benefit Concert

    A food and fund drive for the Locker Project, with featured artists Primo Cubano, The Lawrence Kelly Quartet, Raging Brass Reggae, and guitarists Cassidy Holden and Sean Mencher. Join us for a fun afternoon of music and helping hungry children of Portland.

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  • $8

    Arc Iris – Residency Series with Old Soul

    This is a special series of concerts throughout May, featuring Arc Iris with a different opening act each week. Arc Iris crystallizes the evolution of composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Jocie Adams, a former core member of renowned indie-folk band The Low Anthem. This is a breakaway moment for Adams, who now takes center stage as composer, lyricist, and lead vocalist.  Embracing her new role as auteur, Adams has created a genre-bending style that often shifts between cabaret-infused jazz, orchestral sophistication, grimy outlaw country, delicate and whimsical harmonies, and big-band exhilaration – sometimes all in the same song.

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  • $5

    Fun Longfellow! May Edition feat. Tawanda Gona

    New start time! Fun Longfellow! returns May 4th with a new lineup featuring the funniest funny people from Portland and beyond. Host Will Green will be joined by Portland comedians Aharon Hebert and Kevin Neales, Boston's Sam Jay and NYC comedian Brad Howe. The closing comedian for the night will be Tawanda Gona.

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  • $5

    Live and Local Presents : Cinco de Mayo Masquerade Ball feat. Viva and El Malo

    See Viva & The Reinforcements break it down on Cinco de Mayo with all-new arrangements for their much-anticipated return to One Longfellow Square. The evening will provide a hot blend of favorite songs, spicy cocktails and delicious dancing. Early attendees will have the pleasure of an informal salsa lesson from Viva herself during the opening act, brought to you by that revolutionary salsacore group, El Malo, and those who stay right to the end will get an even better surprise.

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  • $20

    State Theatre Presents | The Baseball Project

    Formed in 2007 by Scott McCaughey (Young Fresh Fellows, The Minus 5, R.E.M.) and Steve Wynn (The Dream Syndicate, Steve Wynn and the Miracle 3, Gutterball), The Baseball Project began as a way for a couple of fans to pay musical tribute to our national pastime – and maybe score some free baseball tickets in the process. But The Baseball Project has since blossomed into a full-fledged, much-loved band in its own right, one which currently includes drummer Linda Pitmon (Steve Wynn and the Miracle 3, Zuzu's Petals) and R.E.M.'s Peter Buck and Mike Mills on its official roster, and one whose following and creativity has steadily grown with each release and tour.

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  • $12

    Luluc with Special Guests

    NPR's Bob Boilen (All Songs Considered) put Luluc (pronounced Loo-LUKE) on the map last year when he named their album "Passerby" as the top album of 2014. It won't be long before this beautiful and powerful duo hits the stratosphere, don't miss the opportunity to say, "I saw them back when..." by purchasing a ticket to see them live here at One Longfellow Square. In a world where instant gratification is the norm, patience has become a rare commodity. But for Zoë Randell and Steve Hassett, who make up indie-folk duo Luluc, letting things unfold in due time not only defines their career trajectory, it also works as a pretty good description of their approach to making music. Music that Sub Pop co-founder Jonathan Poneman describes as "bracing, subtle, tender and magnificent".

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  • $20

    Open the Door for Three

    After years of international touring, Open the Door for Three have recently transplanted to Maine.  They mine tune books, collections, and recordings to find old and new tunes and new and old songs. They add to those discoveries Liz’s compositions, harmonies and arrangements, Kieran’s encyclopedic knowledge of tunes and the uilleann piping tradition, and Pat’s rhythmic bedrock bouzouki and world-class singing.

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  • $8

    Arc Iris – Residency Series with Armies

    This is a special series of concerts throughout May, featuring Arc Iris with a different opening act each week. Arc Iris crystallizes the evolution of composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Jocie Adams, a former core member of renowned indie-folk band The Low Anthem. This is a breakaway moment for Adams, who now takes center stage as composer, lyricist, and lead vocalist.  Embracing her new role as auteur, Adams has created a genre-bending style that often shifts between cabaret-infused jazz, orchestral sophistication, grimy outlaw country, delicate and whimsical harmonies, and big-band exhilaration – sometimes all in the same song.

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  • $5

    Live and Local Presents: Tranx & Bright Boy and Moonrocks

    With influences ranging from Dirty Mind-era Prince, new wave staples like the Cure and New Order to 90s Golden-age Hip Hop and Neo Soul, the lo-fi analog synth pop of Tranx and the early 2000s underground beat-oriented grooves of Bright Boy make for a refreshingly unorthodox combination. Here we see two long time local collaborators team up once again to showcase their take on musical eclecticism through a lense of DIY cassette culture.

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  • $20

    Mari Black

    Multi-style violinist and champion fiddler Mari Black is rapidly building a reputation as one of the most dynamic young artists of her generation. Her energetic playing, engaging stage presence, and commitment to bringing people together through music have made her a favorite with audiences across the country and around the world. She will be playing this show with a full band.

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  • $25

    Marshall Crenshaw Trio

    Born near Detroit, Michigan, Marshall Crenshaw began playing guitar at age ten and he received his first break playing John Lennon in the off-Broadway company of Beatlemania. In 1987, he played Buddy Holly in the Richie Valens biopic “La Bamba.” While living in NYC, he recorded the single “Something’s Gonna Happen” for Alan Betrock’s Shake Records, which led to a deal with Warner Bros.  His debut album, Marshall Crenshaw was acclaimed as a pop masterpiece upon its release in 1982 and established him as a first-rate songwriter, singer and guitarist.

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  • $12

    WCLZ Presents: Heather Maloney – Album Release Tour

    “Going in, we said ‘lets make a bad ass indie rock record with a sound as big and dynamic as we can, without compromising one single heartfelt lyric." Singer-songwriter Heather Maloney did just that on her newest LP, Making Me Break. Working with Grammy- nominated producer Bill Reynolds (Band of Horses, Avett Brothers), the two crafted and delivered on an artistic vision to merge Maloney’s folk roots with indie rock.

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  • $20

    Loren and Mark

    Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb share a unique musical chemistry and stage presence seldom found among musicians. Their diverse repertoire of original and arranged music is influenced by Bluegrass, Jazz, Pop and Classical music, and their shows consist of stunning guitar instrumentals as well as vocal duets.

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  • $5

    Live and Local Presents : Family Planning, Greef & Perfect Hair

    Family Planning: Fast, loud, slow, quiet, ecstatic, unhinged, demure and restrained. Thorny runs, hazy chords, free-floating grooves, infinitesimal spasms, dribs and drabs of this and that. A baby, an ugly pig's head, a dancing monster, a yellow raincoat, a high grav forty, and a thousand cakes. They're all just fairy tales. Nick Schroeder of the Portland Phoenix says they're "not like the other folk." He's probably right.

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  • $5

    The Jazz Workshop – May

    Come on out for a great night of Jazz with The Jazz Workshop. John Clark has put together some of the best jazz musicians in the state of Maine, to perform the great Jazz compositions of Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, and the composers of "The Blue Note" period. The group also plays a wide variety of compositions written by members of the group. The members of the Jazz Workshop are: John Clark on bass, Carl Dimow flute, Frank Mauceri sax, Tracy McMullen sax, Duncan Hardy sax, Glenway Fripp Piano and Peter McLaughlin drums.

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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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  • $8

    Arc Iris – Residency Series with Sara Hallie Richardson

    This is a special series of concerts throughout May, featuring Arc Iris with a different opening act each week. Arc Iris crystallizes the evolution of composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Jocie Adams, a former core member of renowned indie-folk band The Low Anthem. This is a breakaway moment for Adams, who now takes center stage as composer, lyricist, and lead vocalist.  Embracing her new role as auteur, Adams has created a genre-bending style that often shifts between cabaret-infused jazz, orchestral sophistication, grimy outlaw country, delicate and whimsical harmonies, and big-band exhilaration – sometimes all in the same song.

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  • $5

    Live and Local Presents : Cool Tara & Dustin Saucier and the Sad Bastards

    Cool Tara is a four piece garage pop/ rock band out of Saco, ME. Chris plays drums and sings, Gabe plays guitar, Kara plays bass guitar, and Matt plays guitar. The group has been steadily writing songs since April 2014 and have released two EPs in that time (EP ONE and Bad Moves). Their writing and recording process has lent itself to the EP format in that it allows them to continue writing new songs and develop the sound of the group without getting lost in any recording process.

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  • $12

    Eric Bettencourt w/ Will Mallett

    Award-winning songwriter Eric Bettencourt is returning to Portland for a show in his home town! With a quick wit and controlled-intensity Bettencourt brings his live shows to life using an expansive catalogue of original crowd-pleasing songs. Where so many artists are content recycling the same old sounds and songs Bettencourt is one of the rare few able to forge his own. Utilizing his piano-like 6 &12 string finger-style guitar work and a natural vocal delivery, somewhere between Ray LaMontagne and Robert Plant, he never lingers long in any one sound. Constantly blending, bending, and stretching different genres and styles into his multi-layered musical concoctions is what continues to gain him fans all around the country.

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  • $20

    All A Cappella Festival

    Portland's first-ever All A Cappella Fest unites four of Maine's most intriguing vocal ensembles on one stage! Two quartets and two trios share the beauty and mystery of blended, unaccompanied voices, eager to surprise you with what only the unfettered voice can do. These four versatile groups are risk takers and adventurers, each with their own distinctive style and personality. You’ll hear original songs, traditional folk melodies, spirituals, quirky indie tunes, and Balkan harmonies that will knock your socks off–and audience participation isn’t out of the question.

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  • $8

    Arc Iris – Residency Series with Nat Baldwin

    This is a special series of concerts throughout May, featuring Arc Iris with a different opening act each week. Arc Iris crystallizes the evolution of composer, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Jocie Adams, a former core member of renowned indie-folk band The Low Anthem. This is a breakaway moment for Adams, who now takes center stage as composer, lyricist, and lead vocalist.  Embracing her new role as auteur, Adams has created a genre-bending style that often shifts between cabaret-infused jazz, orchestral sophistication, grimy outlaw country, delicate and whimsical harmonies, and big-band exhilaration – sometimes all in the same song.

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  • $5

    Live and Local Presents : A Severe Joy & Waco Sparkler

    A Severe Joy is the alter-ego of musician/producer José Ayerve who began exploring this new persona in 2011. Following the release of his debut album in December of that year, ASJ began releasing a series of limited edition digital and plexi-disc singles, offering high-powered, up tempo, pseudo-psychedelic impressions of love via monorails, helicopters, dance floors, and hand grenades.

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  • $5

    Live and Local Presents : Laughing Animal & Myles Bullen

    "LAUGHING ANIMAL takes you to a secluded Maine beach on a humid day where you wander barefoot over the rocks squinting through the perspiration. The urge to dive in is undeniable and when you submerge your head into the green water and seaweed you cool off and listen to the buzz of motorboats cruising over the surface." - New Systems Laundry

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  • $5

    The Jazz Workshop – June

    Come on out for a great night of Jazz with The Jazz Workshop. John Clark has put together some of the best jazz musicians in the state of Maine, to perform the great Jazz compositions of Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, and the composers of "The Blue Note" period. The group also plays a wide variety of compositions written by members of the group. The members of the Jazz Workshop are: John Clark on bass, Carl Dimow flute, Frank Mauceri sax, Tracy McMullen sax, Duncan Hardy sax, Glenway Fripp Piano and Peter McLaughlin drums.

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  • $15

    Cameron Esposito

    Cameron Esposito has appeared on LOGO, NPR, at TBS' Just for Laughs Chicago, SXSW, the Aspen Rooftop & Bridgetown Comedy Festivals (Portland Mercury Best of the Fest). Cameron got her start in improv comedy at Boston's ImprovBoston & Improv Asylum, trained at the Second City Conservatory & began her career as a standup in Chicago.

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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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  • $12

    Caravan of Thieves

    When Fuzz and Carrie Sangiovanni of Caravan of Thieves first met, there was an instant spark, an intimate connection and passion for life and adventure, which has continued through their personal and artistic relationship. In the spring of 2008, Fuzz and Carrie extended their journey to include fiery violinist Ben Dean and double bass maestro, Brian Anderson completing their colorful vision. Since then, the four of them ran away from home and never looked back.

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  • $12

    Willie Watson

    Looking like a man from leaner and meaner times, Willie Watson steps on stage with a quiet gravitas. But, when he opens his mouth and lets out that high lonesome vocal, you can hear him loud and clear. Currently touring in support of his debut solo record produced by Dave Rawlings and out on Acony Records. In addition to dates with The Avett Brothers, The Dave Rawlings Machine, and Shovels & Rope, Willie has performed at noteable festivals such as Forecastle, Pickathon, Newport Folk Fest, Bristol Rhythm & Roots, and many more.

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  • $10

    Jenny Lou Drew and the Damage Done CD Release and Benefit Show

    Americana / Indie-folk project Jenny Lou Drew & The Damage Done will release their full-length debut, Cornish Folk Songs, on June 26 at One Longfellow Square in Portland, Maine. Jenny Lou Drew and Scott Morgan, a husband and wife production team, have invited everyone from local eccentrics who make their own electronic instruments to Portland Symphony Orchestra players to record on the songs they arrange and produce in their Midcoast home studio. All tracks feature long time friend and collaborator, Shawn Paul Boissonneault on drums—an original member of the project in which Drew and Morgan met back in 2006. 

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  • $25

    Don Campbell - An evening of Dan Fogelberg Music

    Don Campbell is a singer-songwriter, composer, and multi-instrumentalist whose music is inspired by sources as diverse as the Celtic and Canadian Maritimes music of his family to Dan Fogelberg, Vince Gill, the Beatles and novelist, Stephen King. Writing in genres including adult contemporary, country, Celtic, Christmas, bluegrass, and rock, Don has released 12 CDs, most recently a two-disc, 23-song collection, "Kites To Fly: Celebrating The Music Of Dan Fogelberg".

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  • $5

    The Jazz Workshop – July

    Come on out for a great night of Jazz with The Jazz Workshop. John Clark has put together some of the best jazz musicians in the state of Maine, to perform the great Jazz compositions of Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, and the composers of "The Blue Note" period. The group also plays a wide variety of compositions written by members of the group. The members of the Jazz Workshop are: John Clark on bass, Carl Dimow flute, Frank Mauceri sax, Tracy McMullen sax, Duncan Hardy sax, Glenway Fripp Piano and Peter McLaughlin drums.

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  • $10

    Little Tybee

    One might think from their humble beginnings in the backwaters and basements of coastal Georgia to their headlining shows at some of Atlanta’s most well known independent venues that the members of Little Tybee were the harbingers of some secret formula for artistic success. In reality, they are simply a group of friends who couldn’t stop making music together if they tried.

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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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  • $5

    The Jazz Workshop – August

    Come on out for a great night of Jazz with The Jazz Workshop. John Clark has put together some of the best jazz musicians in the state of Maine, to perform the great Jazz compositions of Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, and the composers of "The Blue Note" period. The group also plays a wide variety of compositions written by members of the group. The members of the Jazz Workshop are: John Clark on bass, Carl Dimow flute, Frank Mauceri sax, Tracy McMullen sax, Duncan Hardy sax, Glenway Fripp Piano and Peter McLaughlin drums.

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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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  • $18

    OLS & State Theatre Present: Eileen Jewell w/ Miss Tess & The Talkbacks at Port City Music Hall

    This show is a co-present with State Theatre, held at Port City Music Hall. Crafting a unique style that mixes poetic ballads with swinging rockers, Eilen Jewell ranks among the best in the Americana genre today. As the reigning Queen of the Minor Key, Jewell leads a tight quartet who blend influences of surf-noir, early blues, rockabilly, and 1960s era rock and roll. 

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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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  • $25

    Chris Smither

    A profound songwriter, Chris Smither draws deeply from the blues, American folk music, modern poets, and philosophers. Reviewers continue to praise his dazzling guitar work, gravelly voice and songwriting. “Smither is an American original – a product of the musical melting pot and one of the absolute best singer-songwriters in the world.”—Associated Press.

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  • $5

    The Jazz Workshop – September

    Come on out for a great night of Jazz with The Jazz Workshop. John Clark has put together some of the best jazz musicians in the state of Maine, to perform the great Jazz compositions of Charles Mingus, Thelonious Monk, and the composers of "The Blue Note" period. The group also plays a wide variety of compositions written by members of the group. The members of the Jazz Workshop are: John Clark on bass, Carl Dimow flute, Frank Mauceri sax, Tracy McMullen sax, Duncan Hardy sax, Glenway Fripp Piano and Peter McLaughlin drums.

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  • $35

    Greg Brown

    Greg Brown was born in the Hacklebarney section of southeastern Iowa and raised by a family that made words and music a way of life. His seasoned songwriting, storytelling, and music are deeply rooted in that place. He moves audiences with warmth, humor, a thundering voice and his unpretentious musical vision.

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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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  • $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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