Here is a round-up of live music throughout the North Shore this weekend.
This weekend is packed with live music on the North Shore and a whole bunch of bands playing a wide variety of music genres, from classic rock to blues and soul, can be seen for free at rock clubs and restaurants throughout the region. Myanna is playing Chianti's this Saturday night. Per the Chianti's website, "One of the hottest and most soulful saxophonists to be based in Massachusetts, Myanna plays music that mixes together jazz improvisation with funky rhythms, expressive playing and catchy tunes." "Her music, whether it is an original or a cover tune, is colorful and infectious, and she is a consistent crowd pleaser." Los Sugar Kings are playing the Crossroads Coffeehouse in North Andover on Saturday night. Per the Crossroads website…
Raise your glass and join us on Saturday, March 2 at the Marblehead Arts Association for a wine tasting to benefit the Hoyt Foundation
The Marblehead Festival of Arts committee is seeking donations of fine art, original crafts and business services for their annual art auction coming up April 6. Drop-off dates are March 2 and March 7.
Tuesday, February 19
This was submitted by the Marblehead Festival of Arts. The Marblehead Festival of Arts is preparing for its annual Art Auction, to be held Saturday evening, April 6, in Abbot Hall,188 Washington Street. The committee is seeking donations of fine art, original crafts and business services. The Art Auction, celebrating its 42nd year, is the major single-event fundraiser for the Marblehead Festival of the Arts, which is traditionally held each year over the July 4th holiday. Auction attendees are eager to bid on a wide array of items that may include original art, gift baskets, gourmet food and wine, professional services, concert or theater tickets, sporting event tickets, vacation getaways, and gift certificates to specialty shops, inns and…
Tickets are now on sale for Neil Simon’s Tony Award winning hit play, The Odd Couple at the Marblehead Little Theatre. The show is being produced by Bill Brauner and Susan Parker.