Friday, February 15, 2019

Friday 2-15-19 Early Bird Special Chaco The Moon Watch

Come out, and get down with us! the Early Bird Special, The Moonwatch, and Chaco are playing at the The Cantab lounge! 2/15 21+


https://www.facebook.com/events/832561577075529/


The Moonwatch
https://www.facebook.com/themoonwatchband/?tn-str=k*F


FEB16

Mr. Airplane Man, Sticker Shock, Johnnie and the Foodmasters


Public

Kids Like You & Me (KLYAM) presents:

MR. AIRPLANE MAN
https://mrairplaneman.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/MrAirplaneManOfficial/

STICKER SHOCK
https://stickershock.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/stickershock/

JOHNNIE AND THE FOODMASTERS
https://johnnieandthefoodmasters.bandcamp.com/
https://www.facebook.com/johnnieandthefoodmasters/

$10, 21+, 8:30 P.M.





March 16

Lineup:
8:30 - Brian Campbell (Motel Black)
9:00 - Poor Yorick
10:00 - Louder Than Milk
             www.louderthanmilk.com

4-6-19


Mickey Bliss told us to reach out to you to get some more buzz going for this rock show. Here's what we have for April 6 at Club Bohemia -
Tarran



Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Tysk Tysk Tysk February 14, 2019 Valentine's Day at Club Bohemia


HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY



So pumped for this Thursday’s show @ 8 with Rachel DeeLynn and ShibaandtheGirl, Club Bohemia. See you then.

https://www.facebook.com/events/542403479591274/







MARCH  16, 2019

March 16, 2019 
Lineup:
8:30 - Brian Campbell (Motel Black)
9:00 - Poor Yorick
10:00 - Louder Than Milk
             www.louderthanmilk.com

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Thursday Feb 7, 2019 AT CLUB BOHEMIA Salem, Zugos, Goldspace Songs of the Day: If You, NRG by Blue Ribbon

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THURSDAY  FEBRUARY 7, 2019




Salem / Zugos / Goldspace performing Thursday, Feb 7th at the Cantab Lounge. Doors open at 8. Show starts at 8:30. Tickets sold at door. 21+.

Salem Music
Salem is an alt pop artist from San Francisco that pulls inspiration from the likes of Billie Eilish and Lorde. During her time at Berklee thus far, Salem has released a song called “Awake,” which won Berklee’s “Songs for Social Change” songwriting competition, and has also been featured on WBUR and KCRW radio. She has traveled to China’s Sony ATV Publishing for her writing, and has partnered with companies like AwesomenessTV and Hollister. In March she released her latest single “Impatient” and is set to release her EP this summer.

Zugos
Zugos is a four piece Trap Rock band from Boston, MA. Their unique sound blends different elements of Pop, Rock, Trap, and Electronic music. Originally forming in 2009, brothers Willy and Jibby Sinclair slowly began to expand the group to where it is today. The band now consists of vocalist and guitarist Willy Sinclair, bassist Jibby Sinclair, vocalist Sacco, and lead guitarist PP.

Goldspace
Goldspace is Maia Quin and Andre Samuel.



event page 2-7-19 HERE: https://www.facebook.com/events/351146402392318/













Blue Ribbon, If You

https://blueribbon137.jimdofree.com/about/
https://www.facebook.com/BlueRibbonOnline/ 
https://twitter.com/RibbonHeads137

The Blue Ribbon 7 song e.p. album Pride - and I'm thoroughly impressed with the tracks that I had a chance to listen to, "If You," "Settle," "Little Things" and "The Different Boy," resplendent in its "liquid guitar" kinda sorta that Vinnie Bell made famous - morphed with some Dick Dale, really nice.

"If  You" caught my ear, a ballad with strumming and a mini-shuffle, reminiscent of L.A. band Feed the Kitty, and that's a good thing.   Song has a sweet ebb and flow, and ascends nicely.  But "Settle" really grabbed me, nice changes, excellent feel, and eerie riff in the background.

"Nrg" is another terrific selection, they pop up on Spotify.  Give a listen

Monday, February 4, 2019

February 7 - Thursday, 8 - Friday, 9-Saturday at Club Bohemia



John the Club Bohemia twitter http://twitter.com/clubbohemia

thursday february 7, 2019
SALEM, ZUGOS, GOLDSPACE

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THURSDAY  FEBRUARY 7, 2019



Salem / Zugos / Goldspace performing Thursday, Feb 7th at the Cantab Lounge. Doors open at 8. Show starts at 8:30. Tickets sold at door. 21+.

Salem Music
Salem is an alt pop artist from San Francisco that pulls inspiration from the likes of Billie Eilish and Lorde. During her time at Berklee thus far, Salem has released a song called “Awake,” which won Berklee’s “Songs for Social Change” songwriting competition, and has also been featured on WBUR and KCRW radio. She has traveled to China’s Sony ATV Publishing for her writing, and has partnered with companies like AwesomenessTV and Hollister. In March she released her latest single “Impatient” and is set to release her EP this summer.

Zugos
Zugos is a four piece Trap Rock band from Boston, MA. Their unique sound blends different elements of Pop, Rock, Trap, and Electronic music. Originally forming in 2009, brothers Willy and Jibby Sinclair slowly began to expand the group to where it is today. The band now consists of vocalist and guitarist Willy Sinclair, bassist Jibby Sinclair, vocalist Sacco, and lead guitarist PP.

Goldspace
Goldspace is Maia Quin and Andre Samuel.



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SONG OF THE DAY!


March 2019 Calendar Plus Your Working Boy - Song of the Day Mobile Steam Unit

Welcome to the Club Bohemia newsletter. Here's the March calendar. Spring is around the corner.
This popular site is back, and we're reviewing a song a day from artists.
To get your song reviewed e mail demodeal{@}yahoo.com

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"Your Working Boy" (remake) Mobile Steam Unit

Mobile Steam Unit


Time: 2:29


        With undeniable Beatles' keyboards Mobile Steam Unit re-craft the song that was often played on Pop Explosion, this writer's radio program, is re-issued on Spotify with a thicker, more polished emphasis on its original theme.  The original from 2013 also clocks in at 2:29, and is condensed, the clever interplay between the instruments tucked deeper into the grooves.  That rendition is found on their disc Not In Service available on Bandcamp https://mobilesteamunit.bandcamp.com/album/not-in-service

       This version sparkles with production elements hitting you in the face, and the sometimes smooth and sometimes chaotic instrumentation works on every level.     

        Pop, funk, groove and some jazzy fragments from The Beatles "You Know My Name (Look Up The Number,) seeping into the last ten seconds of this recording, really tremendous.

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3xVedvLKolMTZUR3iVZThb

       On Spotify it segues quickly into "Less Texting," which I can relate to given my alleged significant other's activities, and not only that, a former girlfriend of another friend of mine.  It's a no brainer that "Less Texting" is something needed in our current society, on a world-wide level.

       The Mobile Steam Unit 2019 e.p. on Spotify - including Less Texting, Sex With O.S., Are You Ever and this new "Your Working Boy" is a terrific four slices of MSU at their best.



See video of Your Working Boy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqPFVTu1PPU

February Calendar 2019 Plus Song of the Day - Greg Paquette



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Artist of the Day  Greg Paquette
 The Track "Absolute Crime" from the Single Stone CD recorded by Greg Paquette is a folksy, dreamy, lilting number and at 4:24 is the third shortest track on this 10 song album. The band features Joey Hovey on drums and percussion, Greg Paquette on guitars, Jake Miracle vocalist and Kevin Megaldino on bass.  It's a sterling production with a strong choir behind the chorus, it's catchy and very radio friendly.   



Saturday, February 2, 2019

Stats for Club Bohemia 11:46 pm 2-2-2019 ARTIST OF THE DAY: ERIC LEE









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ALBUM OF THE DAY :  ERIC LEE

Eric-Lee-Music Two CDs reviewed by JV 

http://musicbusinessmonthly.blogspot.com/2019/02/eric-lee-music-two-cds-reviewed-by-jv.html


Reviews by Joe Viglione




http://www.tmrzoo.com/2017/71922/review-eric-lee-eric-lee-self-titled-cd

“Miles above the Ground” opens this six song set of originals from Western Massachusetts phenom Eric Lee who brings his smooth, compelling voice and introspection to this strong four and a half minute composition. Lee has more than a grasp of the vibrations he sends forth, playing violins, mandolin, electric violin and guitar with the music here focused, entertaining and highly commercial. “The Raven” shuffles along under J.J. O’Connell’s drums and the bass of Rhees Williams while “Rose and Storm” adds a balance.
Critics can compare the storytelling of a Gordon Lightfoot to the dramas offered by Jim Croce, but to say that Eric Lee paints with his own style and magic is to understate what this artist has crafted. And take caution – there are many, many singer/songwriters out there named Eric Lee, so one has to seek out the music that I’m writing about here. Lee has performed on the road with the great Eric Andersen, Peter Rowan of The Rowan Brothers and Seatrain, John Gorka, Vance Gilbert, the Grand Slambovians and so many others. It’s easy to get mistaken for a backing musician, as Carole King and Neil Diamond at first were thought by the public to be songwriters dabbling with hit records.
Time proved both King and Diamond to be major forces beyond their work for other artists and this Lee is himself making waves regionally outside of the background circuit he participated in for the last decade and more. With Jim Henry’s electric guitar and dobro fitting in perfectly with this quartet and some backing vocals from Brie Sullivan and Max Wareham, these half a dozen songs stand up to repeated spins with “Hands of Fortune” and “To Write You a Song” truly remarkable. At the risk of sounding overly complimentary, those who have followed this writer’s thousands of reviews over the past almost five decades know that I can be as rough on poorly made recordings as I can hand out the accolades on the ones with merit. There’s something very special here. You’ll know you’ve reached the right Eric Lee as this music stands in a class by itself.
Joe Viglione is the Chief Film Critic at TMRZoo.com. 
And the 2nd CD, Heartache Town
In the 3 years since the eponymous Eric Lee extended-play mini album comes this perfectly produced collection of twelve compositions with huge crossover potential. Heartache Town, the title track, is pure pop Americana succinctly wrapped up in two minutes and forty-five seconds. It drives, captivates, and brings the listener in with the elegance of James Taylor and an integrity so essential to believability.
The singer’s voice is the intro flowing into an immediate groove that gives a solid foundation for the storyline – for Lee’s prime instrument is (actually are) those vocal chords, above his ability to play, pluck and strum a variety of different vibrating strings attached to a multitude of different wooden platforms.
“Another Bloody Mary Morning” is a rock hootenanny with bluegrass overtones and a showcase for the singer’s ability to discretely traverse different styles. Those styles change quickly from song to song, quickly yet ever so slightly, with the tunes placed in an inviting way begging for repeated spins.
“Silver Headstone” goes pure traditional country – almost three minutes before the five minute “Prince of Dreamers.” And despite the reference to James Taylor above, Lee’s influences aren’t that glaring, he tucks the many sources he draws from onto an original canvas that makes it all very appealing.
Two epics are “Fall of Man,” and “To Write You A Song,” the latter appearing on the previous collection as well. “Fall of Man” features Eric Lee – lead vocal, acoustic guitar, mandolin, baritone violin, electric fiddle, violins, electric guitar, Tracy Grammer – harmony vocal, Greg Greenway – harmony vocal, Matthew Thornton – cello, Jim Henry – electric lead guitar, Paul Kochanski – bass, J.J. O’Connell – drums, Brian Johnson – sitar – and the accompanists are listed straight from the press information to give a scope on how many different ideas and vibrations combine to give these story songs such lively brio and heart.
The semi-duet on “Lucky Penny,” a song co-written with Neale Eckstein, brings a nice change of pace, though it’s still Eric Lee’s vocal chords that pave the way. A deep, intentionally underplayed acoustic guitar as lead instrument, “I Wish I Was a Plumber” is a musician’s lament, reminiscent of Tony Hendra (Spinal Tap) and his amazing, insightful John Lennon parody “If I could be a fisherman I would be a fisherman but I can’t because I’m a (expletive) Genius.” Co-written with Pete Nelson the rhythm section of Kochanski and O’Connell are a delight while Ryan Hommel’s pedal steel also demanding mention.
Again it is Lee’s heartfelt voice and observations which catch your attention while sterling accompaniment embraces the themes of the dozen written essays, smoothly enveloped by these vibrant musical textures
http://eric-lee-music.com
1. The Garden (Where No Burdens Will Pass Through) 03:09
2. Heartache Town 02:45
3. Another Bloody Mary Morning 03:49
4. Silver Headstone 02:58
5. Prince of Dreamers 05:08 buy track
6. Fall of Man 06:29
7. I Wish I Was a Plumber 05:51
8. Lucky Penny 03:50
9. Life Without You 03:10
10. To Write You a Song 06:35
11. Giving Up On You 05:18
12. Help My Neighbor On 04:31
CD Baby
https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/ericlee4
Bandcamp:
https://ericleesongs.bandcamp.com/releases
From Eric's webpage