Travel to Harvard Square and forget about this endless snow for a concert presented almost every day of the year! Grammy-winning Paula Cole, their weekly open mic night, an artist who has little stones to break the giant’s heart, capture the essence of Paris, and much more. See what March holds at Club Passim, 47 Palmer Street, easily accessible via T! Tickets start as low as five dollars and learn more at passim.org!
Kick off the month of March with award-winning guitarist and singer-songwriter Sean Watkins, member of the bluegrass group Nickel Creek among many bands he’s performed with. He has ascended to the Grammy stage over his 25 year career and is on tour promoting his first solo project, ‘All I Do is Lie.’ See him at Club Passim on Sunday, March 1 at 8 p.m.
See three dynamic New York performers for the price on one with Musette Explosion! Watch these three performers interact, improvise, create original music, and explore a multi-cultural dance hall music called Parisian Musette. They capture the joyful essence of Paris. Click here to learn more and pick up their latest CD, ‘Introducing Musette Explosion.’ See them in person on Monday, March 2 at 8 p.m.
Take a chance and get ready to shine onstage at another Club Passim Open Mic night open for all ages on Tuesday, March 2 with sign-ups starting at 6 p.m. Original and cover music welcome and each performer gets 10 minutes or two songs chosen by lottery. Attendees may also tell stories and other forms of performance. Click here to learn more.
Get a first listen to indie acoustic pop songwriter Kristin Andreassen’s new album, ‘Gondolier’onstage at Club Passim on Wednesday, March 3! Refreshing and insightful, this is Kristin’s first solo release. Click here to take a listen. The New York-based band, The Wiles opens the evening.
Spend a night expecting the unexpected with a Boston-based five piece band that dubs themselves ‘Jaggery.’ Also appearing onstage is an acoustic, electronic music duo with an intriguing sound and a touch of 80s groove named ‘The Wrong Shapes,’ and a musician who has covered such classic singers as Edith Piaf with a new album called, ‘Like Sunshine After Rain,’ Mary Zoo. They are all hitting the stage for one captivating night on Thursday, March 5 at 8 p.m.
It will be a momentous night for eclectic acoustic artist Dietrich Strause as he promotes his latest album, ‘Little Stones to Break the Giant’s Heart’ which has been promoted on Starbucks global playlist. He will take the Club Passim stage Friday, March 6 at 8 p.m.
End the week with Grammy-winning artist Paula Cole, who took the music scene by storm with her debut album, ‘This Fire’ on Saturday, March 7 at 9 p.m. Her latest album is called ‘Raven’ and she has performed with phenomenal artists such as Peter Gabriel, Dolly Parton, and Annie Lennox over her 18 year career.
Get discount tickets and more benefits by becoming a Club Passim member! Passim also indulges anyone’s music passion by offering music lessons and more at Passim School of Music. Get the full schedule at passim.org!