Pop/Rock

  • $20

    Rock My Soul


    Join the Rock My Soul choir and band (complete with horns!) for a spirit-soaring afternoon of "gospelized" Christmas carols and R&B- and doo-wop flavored arrangements of popular holiday favorites. Numbers range from high-energy, emotionally charged arrangements of familiar songs such as "White Christmas," "Joy to the World," and "O Holy Night" to the less familiar but no less inspiring "'Behold That Star" and a rendition of  "Merry Christmas, Baby" inspired by Otis Redding. In contrast, introspective carols such as a Temptations arrangement of  "Silent Night" will also be performed. A magical and uplifting afternoon for all!

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  • $8

    Bellatrix, Coinstar, The Ghouls & Haley Dimillo


    Bellatrix is a talented trio of women who craft original songs that blend bluesy, soulful melodies, folksy finesse, tight harmonies, and smart lyrics. This new ensemble has been wowing audiences at their shows in Portland and the Mid-coast area.

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  • $25

    Johnny A. – Solo Show


    For nearly 20 years Johnny A. has travelled the world effortlessly gliding through, bending and blending musical genres to deliver his own unique style of instrumental guitar music. To quote the London Free Press (Johnny A. is…) “A musician who resists easy categorization and that’s always cool by us.”

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  • $10

    Lena Rich Album Release Show w/ Plywood Cowboy


    The first 15 ticket buyers will receive a copy of Lena Rich's new album.

    Credited with having, “a gift at capturing picturesque lyrics, an ability of distilling something complicated into something accessible to everyone,” (Meeko Israel, radio host WOBC), rising singer-songwriter, Lena Rich, returns to One Longfellow Square on January 13th to celebrate the release of her debut full- length album. Rich produces upbeat rhythms and delivers poetic, emotionally charged lyrics with a truth echoed by her strong voice and acoustic guitar which she displayed in her opening set for Antje Duvekot at One Longfellow Square last spring.

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  • $12

    Rick Charette


    Due to the nature of this show, members free children's passes won't be usable. As a singer and songwriter, Rick Charette has been capturing the hearts and spirits of young and old alike with his delightful and inspiring children's songs. His performances blend original contemporary pop music and lyrics with imaginative activities that generate all kinds of audience participation.

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  • $12

    SOUNDS OF THE CITY with AFRiCAN DUNDADA, AKELA MOON, MYLES BULLEN, TOAST, THE DESPERATE MAN'S BLUES EXPLOSION, and the PORTLAND CULTURE EXCHANGE


    Mark Otim is the celestial visionary known as AFRiCAN DUNDADA. His initials are fitting with his Modus Operandi an intention of bringing more smiles to faces in a world that obviously prefers the corners of their mouth to levitate rather than to have them pulled down by the strings of identifying strictly with worldly form. Sadly, we are inundated with negative reminders. The negativity starts inside our head with expectations rooted in folly combined with illustrious illusions that we are too small to matter; simultaneously thinking we are greater than everything else- a conditioned belief implemented from childhood that we are separate.

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  • $10

    Katie Matzell EP Release w/ Dominic Lavoie


    Katie Matzell is a singer and songwriter from Portland, Maine, whose music can best be described as soulful, progressive pop/r&b. Her debut EP will be released in early 2018.

    The daughter of a former radio disc jockey, Katie grew up with a library of records in her basement, consuming a wide range of genres as her father's radio career took him to stations that spun golden oldies, classic rock, Top 40 and more. Her major influences include the Beatles, Bonnie Raitt, and Aretha Franklin, to name just a few.

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  • $12

    Matthew Stubbs & The Antiguas (Album Release Show) + Julie Rhodes Band


    “Even I have a hard time describing this album,” Matthew Stubbs admits. “People hear it, and ask, ‘What kind of music is this?’ No idea! And I’m happy about that.” As he should be. The self-titled debut from Matthew Stubbs & The Antiguas is a decidedly diverse and propulsive affair, combining psych rock with garage rock, acid blues, Afrobeat and funk (amongst several other styles). It’s also cinematic — at times, it feels like you’ve been invited to hear the world’s coolest soundtrack (note, there is a song called “Tarantino”).

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  • $15

    Liz Longley


    Listening to Liz Longley is like diving into a vivid dream, moody and somehow both familiar and strange. At first, the dream belongs exclusively to Longley. But as she sings what she’s trying to know––her lovers, her place, herself––her fierce candor shatters any walls that may have separated us, and the dream we’re swimming in becomes more than just Longley’s. It becomes ours.

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  • $15

    Tarbox Ramblers


    Taking listeners to a place where Appalachian music and backwoods blues meet in powerful, unexpected combinations, The Tarbox Ramblers have drawn raves from Rolling Stone, All Things Considered and more. The band’s sound is rough-hewn, dark and direct. The Washington Post calls The Tarbox Ramblers “a force of nature”; The New Yorker says “Between the fiddle, string bass, drums and slide guitar, you won't know what hit you.”

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