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An all-star storytelling show, open mic, Roosevelt Dime, and more at Club Passim

A performer whose first performance was at his brother’s bar mitzvah, a self-proclaimed modern day hobo, another open mic night, the ultimate storytelling show, and a group that refers to their sound as “Steamboat Soul” is just part of what Passim has in store for audiences this week.

Roosevelt Dime's latest CD is called, 'Head Full of Steam'
Courtesy of Roosevelt Dime/Passim

Entertaining crowds 7 days a week, Club Passim offers membership for exclusive access to shows, discounts, and the VIP treatment regular presents a wide range of live concerts and special events on their intimate stage! Located at 47 Palmer Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, visit for more information and for the full schedule!

See the ultimate, Massmouth All Star Storytelling show on Monday, July 21 at 7 p.m. It will feature winners of the Massmouth Story Slam and the ‘Big Mouthoff’ over the past 5 years in Greater Boston. Get a few tips from the experts on telling a longer, improvisational story! The show starts at 7 p.m. Click here to learn more!

Grab a microphone and captivate the audience on the Club Passim stage on Open Mic Tuesday, July 22! Signups start at 6 p.m. The show is only 5 dollars!

Singer-songwriter Teddy Goldstein got his very first gig at age 5 at his brother’s Bar Mitzvah covering Jim Croce’s Big Bad Leroy Brown. He was a hit and he’s been performing ever since! Andrew Kerr is an award-winning songwriter and was raised in New York City. His music influences range from James Taylor to Public Enemy! Both will be performing at Club Passim on Wednesday, July 23 at 8 p.m.

She calls herself a “failed scholar and a modern day hobo.” Largely autobiographical with a mix of rockabilly, vintage country, and blues, singer-songwriter Caroline Rose put her heart in her debut CD, ‘I Will Not Be Afraid.’ Singer-songwriter Robby Hecht adds insight and his own memories in his latest CD, ‘Robby Hecht.’ They will both take the stage on Thursday, July 24 at 8 p.m.

A mix of Appalachian strings and New Orleans rhythm and blues called "Steamboat Soul," Brooklyn-based Roosevelt Dime brings driving harmonies from banjo, blues guitar, percussion, bass, and with lead singer Eben Pariser who has a voice likened to “a velvet tent revival.” Roosevelt Dime’s latest CD is called, ‘Head Full of Steam.’ See why the New York Times called them, “a perpetual crowd pleaser” as they hit the stage and Ghost of Paul Revere will open on Friday, July 25 at 8 p.m.

Easily accessible on the T at Harvard Square, Club Passim offers table seating in an inviting setting. Visit for more information!

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