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Open mic, Motown tribute, & renowned, mesmerizing storytelling at Club Passim

Club Passim, 47 Palmer Street in Cambridge, Massachusetts, boasts another week of multiple genres in a Motown tribute, indie-pop, thoughtful banjo playing, and a Rocky Mountain Folk Festival Songwriter Showcase finalist and mesmerizing storyteller! Visit passim.org for the full schedule!

Rev. Al Sharpton (C) with members of the Motown singing group The Temptations, (L-R) Joe Herndon, Otis Williams, Bruce Williamson, Terry Weeks and Ron Tyson at African American History Month celebration in East Room of the White House in Washington, DC.
Rev. Al Sharpton (C) with members of the Motown singing group The Temptations, (L-R) Joe Herndon, Otis Williams, Bruce Williamson, Terry Weeks and Ron Tyson at African American History Month celebration in East Room of the White House in Washington, DC.
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Take a musical turn to Motown at Club Passim on Monday, August 4 at 7 p.m. Local musicians will pay tribute with Motown favorites! It is an evening of catchy tunes and musical surprises!

Another Open Mic Tuesday arrives at the Club Passim stage on August 6 at 7 p.m. All ages are welcome, participants get two songs or 10 minutes and signups start at 6 p.m. Original songs are encouraged, but covers are also welcome! Click here for more information!

Boston-based banjo player and singer-songwriter Mark Whitaker’s music is pensive and emotional, ranging from heartbreak to heart mending through folk, blues, bluegrass and pop. Celebrate his latest CD, ‘Nowhere to Land’ on Wednesday, August 7 at 8 p.m. Indie-pop singer-songwriter Hayley Sabella returns to Club Passim singing songs off her latest CD is called, ‘King Solomon.’

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Lera Lynn could not be more excited about the debut of her latest CD to be released in September, The Avenues. Her music has a country tinge, but her deep, lingering voice can make a song morph into its own, distinct genre. Recently named a finalist in the Rocky Mountain Folk Festival Songwriter Showcase, Allie Farris takes her influences from 70s classic rock. Her soaring, raspy voice makes for a mesmerizing storyteller. Allie and Lera will both perform at Club Passim on Thursday, August 7 at 8 p.m.

Award-winning Berklee College of Music graduate and indie artist Liz Longley is working on her new music release while enjoying the success of ‘Hot Loose Wire.’ Her music has also enjoyed television placement in the hit show, ‘Army Wives’ and ‘NY Med.’ With her latest release, ‘The Longest Day,’ hear the soothing, gentle, folk-indie sounds of Barnaby Bright. They will both take the Club Passim stage for two performances on Friday, August 8 at 7 and 10 p.m.

Easily accessible to the T the Harvard Square station, become a Club Passim member and enjoy exclusive first access to shows, discounted tickets, and much more! Visit passim.org for more information!