BBQ, Blues & Brews
BBQ, Blues & Brews!
Marty’s Driving Range
We just got our makeup date for the Bruce Marshall Group show at Marty’s Ice Cream in Mason, NH. It’s Sunday Aug 26 from 4:30 to 7:30 and as an added bonus A Ton of Blues will be opening the festivities from 1-4. Fun complex for the whole family with driving range, restaurant, music. This closes their Sunday BBQ & Blues series for the summer. We’ll have the 4 piece band with special guest Tim “the machine” Fiehler on bass!
Montgomery & Marshall Duo Veterans Fundraiser!
Please join us for a fun night of great music and food while helping our veterans in need. All proceeds from this event will be donated to help the following 2 Veteran's health care facilities.
New England Center and Home for Veterans (NECHV) is to equip Veterans who are facing or at-risk of homelessness with the tools for economic self-sufficiency and to provide them a path to achieve successful and dignified independent living.A service and care provider for former military service men and women, the NECHV offers a broad array of programs and services that enable success, reintegration, meaningful employment and independent living. https://www.nechv.org/
VA Boston Healthcare System, Brockton Campus Special Programs are: Geriatric Care (GRECC); Homeless Veterans Treatment and Assistance; Persian Gulf Veterans Program; Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (National Center for PTSD); Preservation/Amputation Care and Treatment; Prosthetic and Sensory Aids Service; Readjustment Counseling Service; Seriously Mentally Ill Veterans; Spinal Cord Injury; and Substance Abuse. https://www.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?ID=19
Bruce Marshall Sessions
August, 22nd 7:30 pm
Join us for this new series hosted by Bruce featuring a new artist each month. August's feature is Ellsworth & Hicks!
Ellsworth & Hick’s original songs have been featured on radio, internet and film. "The Moon is a Faithless Lover" was in the movie Ghetto Dawg with Drena DeNiro and Gianna Palminteri. "The Things I Gotta Do to Stay Alive - Are Killing Me" was in The Clinic, an independent film which won Best Screenplay in the NYII Film Festival. In 2000, their debut CD, “Ask Around” was a finalist in the Crossroads Music Awards for Contemporary Folk. Their relaxed onstage banter and tight arrangements have won them praises among critics & fans alike.
"...what sets this pair apart is the casual way the come across as throwbacks to a time when songwriters sought to make some sense of the world, rather than settle for vocal acrobatics.” - Mike Wolf - Music Editor, Time Out New York.
"...cool, observant, and delivered with a baggy-pants soul...” - Mark Keating, Sound Views, NYC
“...a must hear! Listening to them reminds me of all the reasons that I went into radio." - Ruth Eddy, WPKN Radio.
“A class act from start to finish” - Bill Hay, WKNH
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