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Dance to Ezekiel's Wheels, see film doc preview, & take spotlight at Club Passim

Take a sneak peek into a documentary, see multi-instrumentalists from Chicago, experience a new kind of musical “wheels,” and participate in an open mic at Club Passim! All performances will be held at Club Passim, 47 Palmer Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts and easily accessible off the Red Line at Harvard Square. Visit passim.org for more information!

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Hosted by WUMB’s DJ Marilyn Rea Beyer, take a closer look into the life of a singer-songwriter with a sneak peek at a documentary called “The Song Poet.” Then, enjoy a performance of a singer-songwriter who has had success in Greenwich Village since the 1960s and is one of the fore founders of the singer-songwriter movement, Eric Andersen. He will be joined by electro-acoustic violinist Joyce Andersen and Grammy award-winning musician, songwriter, and composer Steve Addabbo on Saturday, May 31 at 8 p.m.

Gather a group of multi-instrumentalists and see what can transpire. That is exactly what the Laura Grill Band specializes in! Packed with improvisational harmony and instruments that include the flute, mandolin, and cello, The Laura Grill Band will perform on the Club Passim stage on Sunday, June 1 at 4:30 p.m. Check out their debut CD ‘Never Before’ here.

Spend a toe tapping, Sunday evening of dance! Combine Latin, jazz, traditional Scottish music, and it might just sound like Alba’s Edge! Made up of Lily and Neil Pearlman on Scottish fiddle and piano, Latin/Jazz drummer Jacob Cole, and Doug Berns on Funk bass, Alba’s Edge has been hailed by the BBC Radio Scotland for their unique spin on these diverse genres!

Ezekiel’s Wheels, having performed at the International Jewish Music Festival, also drives the audience with intensity of their own unique brand of dance music! Both bands will take the Club Passim stage on Sunday, June 1 at 8 p.m.

With rich vocals and thoughtful lyrics, Boston-based roots rock band, Jo Henley dedicated a song on their new CD, ‘The Fall Comes Early’ to the tragic events and emotional intensity of last year’s Boston bombing called ‘Wait Until May.’ Their influences range from the Rolling Stones to Phish, and they will celebrate their CD release at Club Passim on Monday, June 2 at 8 p.m.

From Plymouth, Massachusetts singer-songwriter Hayley Sabella displays spirited vocals on her EP, ‘King Solomon,' and will also perform.

On Tuesday, June 3, Club Passim lets the audience take the spotlight with Open Mic with signups starting at 6 p.m. Click here for more information!

Become a member and enjoy exclusive first access to shows, discounted tickets, and much more! Visit passim.org for more information!