Monday, March 23, 2020

Our New Website!

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No more hyphen.


The group has disbanded...but enjoy them during this time.

Pineapple Jam at OUT OF THE BLUE Gallery

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Sunday, March 15, 2020

March 15, 2020 Updates on Bohemia

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Tuesday, March 10, 2020

March FRIDAY THE 13 BIG BLUE MOON, ARTHOUSE, STUCK STARS SUBMARINERS and SATURDAY 14th at Bohemia - DROBAKID, CLIFFORD, The Midnight Motion, Rollo Tomasi Quintet Saturday March 14

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21 + ONLY!
All bands and times subject to change

Somerville News Weekly posts shows!

Club Bohemia at 738 Mass. Ave in Cambridge has on Friday the 13th Big Blue Moon, Art House, Stuck Stars and Submariners, doors at 8 pm, of course. 

On Saturday March 14th Drobakid, Clifford, Rollo Tomasi Quintet and the Midnight Motion – all times and acts subject to change. It’s the cellar full of noise downstairs at the Cantab Lounge, one of America’s Greatest Dive Bars …now in its 80th year. Full disclosure — 

I performed there in 1974 and I’m still alive to tell the tale!   jv

March FRIDAY THE 13 
__________________________________ SATURDAY 14th at Bohemia - 
The Midnight Motion, 
Rollo Tomasi Quintet




 the Deep State has been booked for a show at Club Bohemia on Saturday, May 9th at 8:00 pm.

Not sure who else is on the bill yet, but wanted to provide you with some links to our social media, website, etc.

IG: @thedeepstateband (

MAY 22
Doors 8:00PM
Music 8:30PM
21+, $10.00 at the door.
Bands split the door. 


8:30 Twig
9:30 Penny Outlaw
10:30 Stuck Stars
11:30 Galactic Campfire

Monday, March 2, 2020

March in Bohemia - Happy Birthday Lou Reed March 2, 2020 The Doors

Happy Birthday Lou Reed

Thursday March 5, Clean Plate Club

Madeline and Wiley and Zach




Weird Scenes Inside the Gold Mine

Performer Notes
Liner Note Author: Bruce Harris.
Photographer: Joel Brodsky.
A very interesting double LP retrospective two years after Jim Morrison's version of the Doors had officially closed. Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine contained the first album release of two B-sides, Willie Dixon's "(You Need Meat) Don't Go No Further," sung by Ray Manzarek, originally on the flip side of the 1971 45 "Love Her Madly," and the beautiful "Who Scared You," "Wishful Sinful"'s flip with Jim Morrison on vocals from a session in 1969. Both are worthwhile additions not found on their first "greatest hits" collection, 13. This compilation is a strange amalgam of their music, the LP title taken from a line in the song "The End," which concludes side two. Five of the 22 songs are from the L.A. Woman sessions, including the title track of that album and the full length "Riders on the Storm," both clocking in at seven-plus minutes. With "The End" and "When the Music's Over" at 11:35 and 11:00 respectively, that's 38 minutes and 38 seconds between four titles, more than a third of the 99-plus minutes of music on this collection. Nothing from Absolutely Live is included, and surprisingly, the classic "Waiting for the Sun" is not here, though that Morrison Hotel number would fit the mood perfectly. "Love Street," the flip of "Hello I Love You," is here, but pertinent singles like "Wishful Sinful" or "Do It" and its flip, "Runnin' Blue," from The Soft Parade, are all missing in action. The cover art pastiche by Bill Hoffman is worth the price of admission if you already have all this material, while the inside gatefold picture looks like an outtake from the first album. Bruce Harris' liner notes are truly the '60s merging with the '70s; he calls Jim Morrison "merely the index of our possibilities" and states that Morrison didn't want to be an idol "because he believed all idols were hollow." The essay is all the more silly when you realize it isn't tongue-in-cheek in the way Lou Reed's incoherent ramblings inside Metal Machine Music are more enjoyable than the disc. Harris seems to actually believe what he pontificates. But the music is awesome, so put it on and read the Metal Machine Music scribblings instead. Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine is a work of art in the first order, the way the Beatles #1 album is wonderfully redundant, and it should see the light of day again. This time they could add "Tree Trunk," the flip of the "Get Up and Dance" 45 RPM from 1972's Full Circle album. ~ Joe Viglione

@BetteMidler Feb 18, 2020

 The great Buzzy Linhart, who wrote so many wonderful songs, among them, (You Got to Have) Friends, which I’ve sung for nearly 50 years, had died. What an amazing performer he was, and what extraordinary gifts his songs were. Thank you. Rest In Peace, old friend.


Just the info for April 3rd show at Bohemia. 

Set times:
9:00pm - 9:25pm Friendly Psychic Strangers
9:40pm - 10:05pm Choose Your Power
10:20pm - 10:50pm Renegade Cartel
11:05pm - 11:45pm Above the Din
12:00am - 12:45am Heavy Hands


Joe Viglione Lots of You in My Life Lonely Oak Radio / Chivea Brown / Wesrok / Zale

  Thx #LonelyOakRadio for daily spins of Lots of You in My Life