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Deadfall II

The Stationery Factory 63 Flansburg Avenue, Dalton, MA, United States

5 bands, food, vendors, indoorsOur 2nd annual Deadfall Music & Arts Fest!! 5 bands in 2 rooms: Dead Man's Waltz • Steal Your Funk • Phriends of Phil • Neon Avenue • Them Picky BastardsCraft vendors in the front room (no ticket necessary for crafts only)food vendorsDoors open at 2:00 to view vendorsMusic begins at 3:00

Bridget St John with Norma Dream @ The Institute for the Musical Arts, Goshen MA

The Institute for the Musical Arts

  The Institute for the Musical Arts presents an evening with British folk legend Bridget St John. Norma Dream opens.Saturday, November 117PM ET, Doors open at 6:30Tickets $20 advance/$25 doorhttps://www.ima.org/event/bridget-st-john-w-norma-dream/Venue:The Institute for the Musical Arts165 Cape St, Goshen MA---BRIDGET ST JOHN is an English singer-songwriter and guitarist who credits John Martyn and Michael Chapman as her “musical brothers” and mentors. She toured regularly on the British college and festival circuit along with other folk and pop luminaries of the time, such as Nick Drake and David Bowie, among others. In 1974, she was voted fifth most popular female singer in

Dion “TYGAPAW” McKenzie: 3WI Opening Performance

Art Omi 1405 County Route 22, Ghent, NY, United States

On view November 18, 2023 through February 17, 2024, 3WI is the first institutional solo exhibition of Dion "TYGAPAW" McKenzie, premiering a newly commissioned installation combining video, sound, and performance. 3WI, or Third World immigrant, is a phrase which McKenzie uses to describe their experience of immigrating from Jamaica to the United States. McKenzie employs the formal language of electronic music to respond sonically to questions around access, migration, mindful listening, and historical erasure which are raised by the positionality of techno on the global stage.  By simultaneously existing as both a commodity in the nightlife economy and a hugely

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Chris Smither

The Stationery Factory 63 Flansburg Avenue, Dalton, MA, United States

“Smither is an American original – a product of the musical melting pot and one of the absolute best singer-songwriters in the world.” -A.P.A profound songwriter, Chris continues to draw deeply from the blues, American folk music, modern poets and philosophers.From his early days as the New Orleans transplant in the Boston folk scene, through his wilderness years, to his reemergence in the 1990s as one of America’s most distinctive acoustic performers, Chris Smither continues to hone his distinctive sound. He has always traveled his own road and stayed true to his musical vision. He may be best known for

Comedy and Cocktails with Kevin Bartini & Brian Scolaro

The Foundry

Kevin Bartini is a comedian and actor, originally from Lee. He can be seen in the current season of And Just LikeThat on MAX and had a recurring role on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel! An award-winning comedian, he has warmed up audiences for over 25 different TV shows including The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Colbert Report and Match Game. @KevinBartini - KevinBartini.comBrian Scolaro is most known for his appearances on “Conan”, his half hour Comedy Central special “Comedy Central Presents: Brian Scolaro”, as Brian on ABC’s “A Million Little Things”, as Doug on TBS’s “Sullivan and Son”, Uncle

Traditional Music Jam at the Store at Five Corners

The Store at Five Corners 4 New Ashford Rd, Willliamstown, MA, United States

Bring your acoustic instruments and join in, or just bring your ears. Traditional tunes jam including Jigs, Reels, Waltzes, Rags and more ! All skill levels welcome. Fiddles, Mandolins, Bodhrans, Guitars, Banjos, Ukuleles, Harmonicas, whistles and any other instruments ARE welcome.

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The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow returns to The Stationery Factory!

The Stationery Factory 63 Flansburg Avenue, Dalton, MA, United States

boot stomping jams, sing-along anthems and a completely larger than life command of the stage wsg Jamie McLean Band!The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow is a collaborative band that bringstogether five Massachusetts singer-songwriters in the vein ofAmericana, rock and folk music.The collective is made up of songwriters Tory Hanna, Billy Keane,Chris Merenda, Greg Daniel Smith and David Tanklefsky. For almost adecade, the band has thrilled regional and national audiences with itselectric, dynamic and high-energy live shows, earning them slots atacclaimed festivals including Green River Festival, Fresh Grass, TheKate Wolf Memorial Music Festival, The Rock Boat, Strange Creek andmore.The Whiskey Treaty Roadshow puts

Censored: Readings from Banned Books and More

The Foundry West Stockbridge 2 Harris Street, West Stockbridge, MA, United States

Censored: Readings from Banned Books and More was first produced at the former John Houseman Theatre in New York City in 1991, under the auspices of The National Coalition Against Censorship, with Judy Blume as advisor. Actors included such luminaries as Anne Jackson and Eli Wallach. The production also ran at The Church Street Theatre in Washington D.C. and at Steppenwolf in Chicago with Studs Terkel in the cast. These productions were in response to a prior wave of book banning that took place decades ago -- before the most recent wave started in 2021. The actors bring the audience

CEWM Presents: Nocturne – Night and Dreams

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center 14 Castle St, Great Barrington, MA, US

Nuances of the night are explored in this multi-faceted program. Release from the brightness of daylight, from consciousness into sleep and dreaminess, the night’s seductive, mysterious potion-like allure has fascinated artists throughout the ages. Lullabies celebrate repose, the restful charm; serenades celebrate love. Other works mark the fear of darkness, the unseen and what may lurk beneath the veil of night. Composers from Mozart and Schubert to Borodin and Bernstein have been transfixed, lulled, soothed and aroused. Beethoven evokes the enchantment of the moon in his iconic “Moonlight” Sonata; Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik is a perennial favorite and will be

Launch of new “Rights Behind Bars” bill

Foley Square Lafayette Street Worth Street, Centre Street, New York, New York, United States

Senator Salazar & Assembly Member Forrest to launch new rights behind bars bill alongside people who survived incarceration, family members, & allies.