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The Friends' Coffee House Concert Series brings talented performers from many musical genres to the park for evening concerts between November and May. Your ticket price includes gourmet coffee from The Beanery and home baked treats from the Friends of Northwest Park.

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Concerts are Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m. Members receive a $2 discount per ticket.

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2) THERE ARE NO REFUNDS, BUT IF YOU CAN NOT ATTEND A CONCERT AND YOU NOTIFY US AT CONCERTS@NORTHWESTPARK.ORG AT LEAST 24 HOURS BEFORE THE SHOW BEGINS, YOU WILL RECEIVE FULL CREDIT TOWARD ANOTHER CONCERT.

3) ONLY MEMBERS OF THE FRIENDS OF NORTHWEST PARK RECEIVE THE $2 DISCOUNT PER TICKET. FAMILIES WITH A FAMILY (OR PATRON OR LIFE) MEMBERSHIP RECEIVE $2 OFF FOR EACH MEMBER OF THE FAMILY ATTENDING. PLEASE PURCHASE THE CORRECT NUMBER OF MEMBER AND NON-MEMBER TICKETS FOR YOUR PARTY.

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December 13 - Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem - $18.
www.raniarbo.com.
Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem All of roots music is a stage for daisy mayhem, and this four-piece string band loves nothing more than choreographing a jubilant mix of traditional, original, and contemporary sounds. With Arbo's bewitching alto at the helm, stunning vocal harmonies, a 100% recycled drum set, fiddle, guitar, and bass, daisy mayhem "has a grand knack for pumping new blood into old music" (The Boston Globe).


January 3 - Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion - $18
. www.sarahleeandjohnny.com
Nearly a decade after folk-rock duo Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion put out their first album together, the husband-and-wife pair feel like they’ve finally hit their stridewith their latest album Wassaic Way. Wassaic Way finds Guthrie and Irion pushing further beyond the folky sound they established on 2005’s Exploration, the live album Folksong in 2009 and the children’s collection Go Waggaloo in 2009, the pair began expanding their sonic horizons on 2011’s Bright Examples, an album that drew praise from American Songwriter magazine for its “lush, dreamy sound.” Wassaic Way is also the latest entry in an ongoing creative relationship between the Guthrie family and Wilco. Sarah Lee is the daughter of Arlo Guthrie, and the granddaughter of the iconic folk singer Woody Guthrie, whose unfinished songs Wilco recorded with Billy Bragg on a pair of Mermaid Avenue albums in 1998 and 2000.


January 17 Miss Tess & the Talkbacks - $18
www.misstessmusic.com
Miss Tess & the Talkbacks are best described as making grooving modern vintage music that nods to the traditions of saloon jazz, country swing, early p, and New Orleans second line. Citing inspiration from artists such as Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, Neil Young, Ted Hawkins, Randy Newman, and Hank Williams, Miss Tess & The Talkbacks have an eclectic “jazz-infused old-time country, swing, and rockabilly” (Pulse Magazine) sound that marries vintage charm and modern music aesthetics.


January 31- Don White- $16.
www.donwhite.net
Don White If you laugh and cry within the same ten minutes, you either need a vacation or you are sitting in the audience at a Don White show. This working class family man fromLynn , Massachusetts has emerged as the thoughtful songwriter of the decade whose relevance to our lives is evidenced by the powerful reaction he evokes at every concert.


February 14 - To Be Announced
- Price TBA.


February 28 - To Be Announced
- Price TBA


March 14 - Jay Ungar & Molly Mason - $20
Jay and Molly are musicians of enormous talent who draw their repertoire and inspiration from a wide range of American musical styles: 19th-century classics, lively Appalachian, Cajun, and Celtic fiddle tunes and favorites from the golden age of country and swing, along with their own songs, fiddle tunes, and orchestral compositions. In recent years, Jay and Molly have reached an ever widening audience through their appearances on Great Performances, A Prairie Home Companion, their own public radio specials, and through their work on film soundtracks such as Brother's Keeper, Legends of the Fall, and a host of Ken Burns' PBS documentaries. They've had the honor of performing at the White House for two sitting Presidents and continue to tour extensively delighting audiences across the country.

 


March 28 - Nora Jane Struthers & The Party Line - Price $18. www.norajanestruthers.com
Nora Jane Struthers is a talented songwriter, singer, and guitarist whose keen appreciation of the nuances of traditional music shines in her own work. Struthers music is among the purest Americana being created today. She sees her music as not bluegrass, not really old time,not folk. but a blend of all three. She has already received recognition an one of the topup-and-coming voices on the Americana scene. She has won the neo-traditional band competition at West Virginia’s Appalachian String Band Festival, and her song ”Greenbrier County” placed as a finalist in Colorado's Telluride Troubadour competition. “Nora Jane infuses bright, fresh lyrics into this traditional genre with sheer intelligence. Musically,she takes unconventional twists and turns, while ‘holding you to the road’ with commanding charm.” - Claire Lynch


April 11 Amy Gallatin & Stillwaters - $16 - www.amygallatin.com
The powerhouse duo of Amy Gallatin and renowned resophonic guitarist Roger Williams—20 and 40 year veterans of the New England music scene--joined forces a few years ago to explore their mutual love of country standards, served up with an acoustic treatment in the bluegrass vein. The result is a toe-tapping blend of heartfelt vocals, soaring harmonies and red-hot picking, traditional yet modern and distinct.

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April 25 Porch Party Mamas - $18
www.porchpartymamas.com
Inspired by playing and singing each others songs at their own “porch parties”, these established Boston area musicians and singer/songwriters decided to combine their individual talents and create their own brand of Urban Folk, Country and Blues.

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May - TBA

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