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​Rose Cousins
Saturday, October 6, 2018
Reception: 7:00 pm    Concert:  7:30 pm
Tickets:  $27 Door
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Reception: 7:00 pm    Concert:  7:30 pm
Tickets:  $30 Door
The LYNNeS
Saturday, January 26, 2019
Reception: 7:00 pm    Concert:  7:30 pm
Tickets:  $27 Door
Lula Wiles
Saturday, February 9, 2019
Reception: 7:00 pm    Concert:  7:30 pm
Tickets:  $27 Door
Ranky Tanky

Saturday, March 9, 2019
Reception: 7:00 pm    Concert:  7:30 pm
Tickets:  $35 Door

This Leicester UK-born native now calls NYC his home. His career in rock and roll has featured the entire roller coaster – top 5 radio hit, touring with some of the best known bands, establishing a dedicated fan base internationally. This year’s release of the album “Insanity vs Humanity” has once again brought him a following including the producer of this series. He comes with his band to leave his indelible mark on us. A not to be missed evening with a man who has made a life with music and rock and roll. 

He appeared on the David Letterman Show a number of times; his album "Sunrise on Avenue C" won the NY Music Award for "Best American Album," in 2011 and his track "Stay You" was a staple on the hit television series "Dawson's Creek."   As John Apice of "No Depression" puts it that with his recent album "Insanity vs Humanity", it is time he steps out of the shadows because all of his albums have been "excellent."     


“Individually, both Lynnes are formidable forces in contemporary music, together they just might be unstoppable.“    Huffington Post    

"One of the front runners for Americana album of the year. A massively accomplished result. I cannot praise this record enough. It is pretty eyebrow raising."    Music Republic Magazine 

“With clever lyrics, superb harmonies and high quality backing musicians, this debut album is an absolute joy from first track to last.”   FATEA Magazine (UK) 


“These women will be a huge force on the Americana scene for many years to come. The chemistry they bring to the stage is a joy to behold.”    No Depression 

“An impressive, multi-talented all-female group featuring tight soaring harmonies, clever songwriting, and an old timey vibe.”    Glide Magazine

“This album is a stunning collection of self-penned songs about love, loss and drinking – the perfect blen of modern and timeless.” Aoife O’Donovah
“ndividually, both Lynnes are formidable forces in contemporary music, together they just might be unstoppable.“    Huffington Post


"Rose’s voice strips songs to their pointed and somber essence…She has a commanding, thoughtful voice that recalls Patty Griffin’s…but it’s also full of longing and tenderness.”    The Philadelphia Inquirer 

"It’s always best to turn to Rose if you have some feelings that really need to be felt; somehow, the Nova Scotia … lief--saving writing and beautiful voice help with that every time.”    NPR

“…elegant and profoundly moving.,..beautiful depth and meticulous song-craft…”  Elmone 
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“Soulful honey to the ears.”     NPR “All Things Considered 

“Oh gosh, that sounds great.”     NPR Fresh Air with Terry Gross

“Gifted musicians.”    Songlines Magazine

That’s right…. They’re back.  From the concert a few years ago, the band attended a conference that launched their path to the Monterrey Jazz festival Main Stage visits on and extended basis.  Its taken some work but we have lured them back to our intimate stage.  Seats will be awarded to sponsors, season ticket holders and their guests first and finally to members of the general public in the order we receive their reservation.  
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James Maddock


“One of the best songwriters and record makers I've heard in a very long time.”    Randy Newman

“Richard just knocks me out.  Some of the smoothest, smartest, and original music I've heard in years.”    Bonnie Raitt

"My favorite collection of songs by one of my favorite songwriters."   Norah Jones

"Just when you thought rock and roll had lost its sense of irony, or at least the ability to recognize irony when it sees it, along comes Richard Julian...a mood changing collection of gripping songs and well-placed instrumentation."   Philadelphia Inquirer



Saturday, April 13, 2019
Reception: 7:00 pm    Concert:  7:30 pm
Tickets:  $27 Door
Richard Julian