David and Steve Roy bring their Dead duo show to Cambridge MA at Club Passim, as part of a Jerry Garcia tribute show put together by Jeffrey Pepper Rodgers.
David will be teaching guitar and mandolin at this great multi-style week in the beautiful North Carolina mountains.
Join us at Shiloh on the longest day of the year for community, food, art, music & fire! We will be playing an evening set of folk, bluegrass and old-time with our old pal Lonesome Dave Kiphuth on banjo, dobro, and vocals. Our hosts Amylyn and Jonas will be serving specialty wood-fired pizzas out of their handcrafted earthen pizza oven.
Get this onto your calendars now, folks! A summer solstice split bill with the Lulas, to benefit Mountain Top Music Center. Hopefully, we will have Julianna there, too, at this wonderful venue!
23 Wall St. Concord NH 603-228-1196 for more info
Uncommon Ground: searching for new sounds - Harimaya Adhikari (vocals, harmonium), Sagar Khatiwada (tabla), Scott Kiefner (bass), Matt Langley (saxophones), and David Surette (guitar, mandolins) Join us for a premiere performance of this ensemble, composed of representatives of the school’s jazz, folk, and Nepali classical musicians, in a program of compositions and improvisations reflecting their traditions and their adventuresome spirit.
Our good neighbor to the north Canada has produced some of the greatest singer songwriters, such as Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Leonard Cohen, Ferron, Robbie Robertson (The Band) and Stan Rogers, just to name a few! Susie and David first performed this show back in both 2011 and 2012, as one of the many collaborative shows they developed during an eight-year run of Cabin Fever winter concerts in Rollinsford. O Canada! was one of the most popular ever, and we are very excited to be bringing it to you again at The Dance Hall, one of the Seacoast’s premiere listening rooms.
For this show, as on the previous O Canada! concerts, Susie & David will be joined by their old trail buddy Kent Allyn on piano, bass, and electric guitar, for a memorable evening of the very best of Canadian singer/songwriters, encompassing folk and rock, contemporary and traditional, roots and branches.
23 Wall St. Concord NH 12:00 603-228-1196 for more info
Improvisational traditions: making it up as we go along - This lecture/demonstration/free-wheeling discussion will provide some insights into the process of musical improvisation, from several different viewpoints. Jazz, blues, fiddle tunes, ragas, and free improvisation will all be considered, and common reference points will be used as both signposts and borders. Bring your questions, and open ears and open hearts!
Deerfield Coffeehouse, Town Hall, Deerfield NH Join us as we return to this hometown coffeehouse, always a benefit for a great local cause; this time it is Catamount Womenaid. Reservations advised: - best to e-mail at email@example.com. You can also call 463-9804. There are no ‘physical tickets’, just call to reserve then pay at the door. $20.00/adult ($9.00/child) which includes food, drinks and entertainment.
The Dance Hall, Kittery ME We have enjoyed being a part of this Celtic/New England band led by our old pal and wonderful whistler and flute player, Sarah Bauhan. Come on out for a great evening of tunes and songs.
Northern Roots Music Festival, Brattleboro Music Center, Brattleboro VT. David and Flynn will be presenting workshops in the afternoon, and a guitar/mandolin duo as part of the evening concert.
The Dance Hall, 7 Walker St. Kittery, ME 03904 (207) 703-2083 Join us for a very special night of music as we pay tribute to Joni Mitchell. A songwriter of remarkable depth and beauty, and a major influence on guitarists, Mitchell is a writer of songs sweet and tough, full of both sweetness and rebellion. We will be joined by our longtime pal and collaborator Kent Allyn for a set of our usual repertoire of original, traditional and contemporary songs, and a full set of songs by Joni, one of Susie’s strongest early influences, and an artist all three of us love and respect.