coffeehouse off the square
Old Ship Parish House, Fellowship Hall
107 Main Street
Hingham, MA 02043
• All events are at 8 PM on the third Saturday of the month,
except for the Christmas Concert which is at 4:00 pm on a Sunday in December.
• All except split bills and the Christmas Concert begin with an open microphone. Come and let us hear you.
• Admission is $15 and benefits the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee.
The coffeehouse is always in need of volunteers, be it with stage setup and takedown, kitchen help, postering and publicity, or on the music committee. We very much need your help. Please get in touch with us at: 781-749-1767 or email@example.com
The handicapped-accessible Parish Hall, 107 Main Street, Hingham Square, is just up from the Loring Hall Theater, on the MBTA’s 220 bus from Quincy Center, and a scenic long walk from the West Hingham commuter rail station.
For more information, call (781) 749-1767.
Contact person: Eric Eldering Cornetta
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SCHEDULE FOR 2016 - 2017
FEBRUARY 18th -
McISAAC & ROSS
double bill with JAY PSAROS
Jay Psaros’ honest song writing and strong guitar playing led
WERS-FM to find him an “Artist on the verge”, others find his
recent CD “Up On the Road” to be ”eclectic; sometimes poppy and downright
danceable.” “Psaros is a true performer at heart. The artists’s style is effortlessly effective drawing listeners near with his understated and universally appealing sound. He lets his listeners breathe easy as his guitar gently sways. He paints beautiful and rolling images with his words.” – Maggie Ambrose, 88.9 FM Boston
Kevin MacIsaac and Deborah Ross have long been local favorites as singer songwriters, traditional performers and presenters of other artists. Their fine playing and singing and light humorous touch and personal generosity make them a pleasure to hear and to know. We are glad to welcome them back.
MARCH 18th -
The inimitable Robbie O’Connell is great fun with his
playful humor (“Mr. Galileo”), and then evocative, with his tribute to some of Ireland’s
darker days, and finally romantic with classics like The Sally Gardens.” He draws on his
experiences with his uncles The Clancy Brothers and with his cousin Aoife Clancy
but ultimately we get to spend a memorable evening with the unique Robbie O’Connell
APRIL 15th -
Memphis Rockabillies-The name almost says it all. Are they Southern, rock and roll,
hillbillies or more? Yes. all of those and more. The play originals and standards drawn
from rockabilly, surf instrumentals, blues, rock and roll and rhythm and blues, and make
it all their own. The band tragically lost one of its moving spirits with the death of
Hingham’s Jeff Spencer just before their first time here, but they went on to do a
glorious tribute concert and have continued since. They MRB are also a great dance
band. We’ll leave some floor for you. WWW.Memphisrockabillyband.com
MAY 20th -
After growing up with Vivaldi and Bluegrass, by the 7th grade Jake
was playing in his father Taylor’s cutting edge bluegrass band Northern Lights. He has
since developed his own “seamless blend of folk and bluegrass” and the Boston Globe’s
Scott Alarik finds him “the most gifted and promising songwriter to emerge from Boston’s
folk scene in years [with] a timeless folk-pop melodicism.” Jake is also a first rate fiddler
and mandolinist. WWW.jakearmerding.com