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Ellis Paul At Pawtucket Arts Fest

Today’s Stone Soup Folk Festival lineup features one of my favorite musicians, Ellis Paul.  He’s the guy pictured on the far right in this (admittedly awful) photo, where he, Jim Infantino, Brian Doser and Jon Svetkey were celebrating the 20th reunion of End Construction last month. By forming that band in 1989, the quad was […]

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Chris O’Brien at Stone Soup Tonight

Some choices are hard to make.  We wish we were seeing Chris O’Brien tonight, but we’re just too big fans of Ellis Paul to miss his MA show.  So I leave it to you to brave the snowstorm for great folk music.  Chris, who was taught his first chords by Dar Williams, brings beatifully mellow tunes and

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The Low Anthem at Stone Soup tonight

Eric’s terrific review of The Low Anthem has proven prophetic. Since their last local show in September (I’m sure they don’t begrudge the masses for not coming out in Pawtucket that day; it was raining like hell and we caught colds), The Low Anthem has toured 10 states; been featured as emerging artists on WorldCafe,

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Don White at Stone Soup tonight

Don White plays the Stone Soup Coffeehouse tonight. With great ad-libs, Don just might be one of the funniest singer/songwriters on the scene, but he balances the funnies with sweet, beautiful ballads and spoken word. From humorous ditties on parenting teens (he’s a musical Mark Patinkin, or maybe a coherent Bill Cosby) to nods to

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