live music

Free Concert — Voces De Los Andes At Knight Library

Providence Community Library is excited to be hosting a night with Voces de Los Andres for our final, free outdoor concert of the year this Friday, September 2nd. Voces de los Andes celebrates the rich musical tradition of Bolivia and the Andean region of South America. This ensemble of musicians is led by Bolivian master […]

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PCL Summer Concert Series With Olneyville Sound System

On Friday, July 29th local legends Olneyville Sound System will be playing a free show outdoors on the lawn of Knight Memorial Library on Elmwood Avenue as part of the 2011 Providence Community Library inaugural Summer Concert Series. “Ugly bass and skull splitting drums broken up by songs of corner prostitutes, foreign language radio, and

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Forbes Graham live at Rochambeau Library

Providence Community Library will be hosting an evening of jazz with Forbes Graham on Thursday, April 14th, 7pm at the Rochambeau Library. Trumpet player and electronic musician Forbes Graham is part of a dynamic new generation of improvisers in Boston. In his solo work and as part such groups as the Full Metal Revolutionary Jazz

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Eats, Beats and Treats in North Prov.

How have I remained unaware of The Locals for eight whole months? This new-to-me eatery and live music venue is tasty, affordable, and only ten minutes outside Providence. Place settings wrapped in cloth napkins adorn the tabletops as if eagerly awaiting picnickers, and cute little notecards with diners’ names mark reserved tables. The Locals provides

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Jim Brickman: Beautiful World Live in Providence!

Jim Brickman: Beautiful World November 13, 2009 Friday 8:00pm Jim Brickman’s Beautiful World Comes To Providence! Jim Brickman brings his Beautiful World Tour to the Providence Performing Arts Center in Providence, RI, November 13, 2009. Tickets are available now through Providence Performing Arts Center Box Office. Beautiful World is inspired by Jim’s unique gift of

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String -Whirled with composers Will Ayton & Robert N. Martel

Sunday, November 8, 5:00 PM String -Whirled with composers Will Ayton & Robert N. Martel Live/Whirled 2009-10 The Interactive Music Series @ Perishable Theatre 95 Empire Street, Downtown Providence 402-331-2695 x 101 www.perishable.org Tickets $10 / $8 students & seniors – available in advance from ArtTix @ www.arttixri.com, or by calling 401-621-6123, or at the door.

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Like some Jazz in your Rock? Check Otis Grove at Tazza Cafe FRIDAY April, 10th

There’s a new sound taking over the town known as Boston. If you’re by the banks of the Charles River as the moon glows over the muddy waters you very well may hear some thick, groovy beats banging out a trail for raw guitar licks and a soul-drenched Hammond organ. Yes indeed, ladies and gentleman

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Nov. 22nd – Loud Night #1 @ Firehouse 13

Saturday November 22nd 8pm $7 Loud Night #1 @ Firehouse 13 41 Central St Snowbird The Empire Shall Fall Bloodwitch Blackhorn we’re also trying something new. we’re tired of people not coming to shows because they have no cash. we are allowing people to buy tickets with their visa or mastercard (as well as with

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Live Tonight: Black Clouds

Primitive, brutal, and relentless, Providence’s Black Clouds bring their grinding stomp-blues to AS220 tonight. They exist somewhere between an adolescent Jon Spencer in a wind tunnel and Nirvana’s Bleach, what with the screaminess and all. Absolutely glorious in their sheer volume alone, and after the jump some live footage that pretty much sums it up.

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