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November 2023

Saturday, November 4
Dave Bacon with Simon Guthrie, 6pm

Singer/songwriter/pianist Dave Bacon and pianist Simon Guthrie (Born IV Blues) bring you a medley of original tunes, fusing elements of Ragtime and Bebop with old timey charm and jazzy melodies, as well as some Blues and Rock classics sure to get your toes tappin’!

Saturday, November 4
Purple Dawn, 8pm

Purple Dawn is a new band with deep Western Mass roots. Their material fuses traditional European fiddle music and propulsive progressive rock with a splash of spaced out improvisation. Members of Forest Avenue, Bunwinkies, Dust Witch, Owsley’s Owls, Old Wave. Bandcamp –  

Sunday, November 5
Sunday Standup Salon

Join us for our Sunday Standup Salon comedy show and open-mic. Comics to be announced. Sign-ups for open mic begin at 6:45. First comic goes on at 7:30.

Wednesday, November 8
Thursday, November 9
Lisa Michelle Anderson

Lisa Michelle Anderson What happens when you are raised on the music of Dolly Parton in Southeast Kansas and Minnesota, move to Australia and learn to play the guitar? You get Lisa Michelle Anderson. Lisa’s music has been described as “fresh linen and well-worn denim occasionally splashed with whiskey, beer, and hot sauce.” Sam Otis Hill Lisa has played and recorded with Matt Cameron (Pearl Jam & Sound Garden), Adam Levy (Turn Turn Turn), Johnny Irion and Paul Hiraga (Down Pilot).…

Friday, November 10 - Saturday, November 11
A Special Weekend with Chris Murphy – Performances Friday and Saturday at 8 and 9:30pm

For 25 years, and with no sign of slowing, violinist Chris Murphy has made a living by writing, performing and recording original music. For Murphy, the path forward is charted by looking backward, to the troubadours and minstrels of ages past. Forget the exaggerated reports of the music industry’s demise. It’s only the record industry, a relative blip in the history of putting tones in sequence, that’s suffering. Music, and the opportunity to make a life’s work out of it,…

Sunday, November 12
Tyler and the Names

Tyler and the Names Tyler Bejoian is a Cambridge, Mass based artist who has released three studio albums with his band Tyler and the Names. They have played with such acts as Thalia Zedek, Rob Noyes, and Allysen Callery. With a style reminiscent of the Modern Lovers and Bob Dylan, his music is not to be missed. Kathy Snax The solo project of Kathleen Mahoney, a Boston based musician who describes her music as “haunted electropop”. The dreaminess of her…

Friday, November 17
Jackson Whalan

Jackson Whalan is a lyricist and producer from Western Massachusetts who creates music to uplift and inspire listeners around the world. When he performs live, thought-provoking songs, freestyle-rapping topics from the crowd, and live instrumentation make for an unforgettable experience. Career highlights include collaborating with KRS-One, opening for Talib Kweli, The Soul Rebels, and Dua Saleh, and touring nationally as direct support for Moon Hooch, all while consistently releasing music and connecting with listeners. Find Jackson at: Website / Instagram / Tik Tok / Youtube / Spotify / Apple Music

Saturday, November 18
The Dream Away Reading Series

The Dream Away Reading Series is a new literary reading series dedicated to hosting some of the most exciting literary voices in Western Massachusetts and beyond. The series is co-hosted by Kate Senecal, a novelist, editor/instructor, and former fiction editor at, and novelist Rachel Lyon, who also co-founded the Brooklyn, NY reading series Ditmas Lit. The Dream Away Reading Series hosts three emerging and established writers at 6:30 PM every third Saturday, at the legendary Berkshires landmark the Dream Away Lodge. About…

Saturday, November 18
Winterpills and End of Season Party

Since their first album came out in 2005, Winterpills have been slowly tugging on ears with their fragile-but-dangerous chamber-pop songs that The Washington Post called “densely packed but hugely evocative, tiny bombs of feeling and meaning… fiendishly melodic.” From the group’s origins one cold winter in 2004 as a song circle for heartache, the band has truly blossomed, releasing three full-length albums — the eponymous debut in 2005, The Light Divides in 2007 and Central Chambers in 2008 — and…

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