Club Passim is rounding out the short month of February with the return of a few popular artists as well as calling attention to some future favorites! Among the wide variety of music guests is a Scottish fiddler champion, a flat-pick guitarist, and a trio of talent, versed in improvisational acoustic composition! Visit www.passim.org for further information and learn about the benefits of becoming a Passim member.
On Tuesday, February 25, Club Passim presents the Berklee American Roots Music series featuring a broad spectrum of live music at 8 p.m. Listen to an array of musical styles such as blues, gospel, country, Cajun, folk, bluegrass and much more! The evening is supported by Sam Eisenson fund for country music. Visit www.berklee.edu for more information!
Oregon-born Berkee graduate Hanneke Cassel won the 1997 Scottish Fiddler Championship and has traveled the world performing her music. She returns to Club Passim to perform songs from her new CD, ‘Dot the Dragon’s Eyes.’ She will perform two consecutive shows on Wednesday, February 26. Although one show is sold out, tickets are still available for her performance at 9:30 p.m.
Singer-songwriter Audrey Ryan is a world traveling multi-instrumentalist inspired by Joni Mitchell, Indigo Girls, and Herbie Hancock. Her latest CD is called ‘Dishes and Pills.’ Boston-based Jenee Halstead will open for Audrey and is an ambitious, modern singer-songwriter and her latest CD is called, ‘Raised by Wolves.’ See these talented women on Thursday, February 27 at 7 p.m.
'Crooked Still' fiddler Britney Haas, Brooklyn-based flat-pick guitarist and composer Jordan Tice, and Paul Kowert, bassist with the 'Punch Brothers' and lends his voice to the 'Hunger Games' soundtrack, will collaborate on the Club Passim stage for an evening of storytelling, improvisation and acoustic composition. This compelling evening will be held on Friday, February 28 at 8 p.m. Click here for more on this performance!
Nashville-based indie singer-songwriter and guitarist Lilly Hiatt’s music has delved into rock as much as country-folk. She is inspired by Tom Petty, The Who, PJ Harvey, and Roseanne Cash to name a diverse few. Her latest CD from Lilly Hiatt and the Dropped Ponies is called ‘Let Down’ and she will perform at Club Passim with the Grahams opening on Saturday, March 1 at 8 p.m.
Singer-songwriter Rachel Reiss will makes her long-awaited return to the Club Passim stage with two consecutive shows, performing new songs from her latest CD, ‘Ghost of a Gardener’ on Sunday, March 2 at 6 and 9 p.m. The Brooklyn/Philadelphia mini-orchestra, ‘Cuddle Magic’ will join Rachel Reiss to deliver their own style of eclectic, indie music.
Club Passim, located at 47 Palmer Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, is conveniently located off the Harvard Square T stop and offers table seating with dining options. Visit www.passim.org for further details!