Sunday, November 27, 2011

SUN 11/27: Records, Folk, Rock

Again, just a good day to go outside. Maybe hang out in solidarity with the Occupy Boston before it gets too cold...


SUN 11/27

10am to 3pm
Boston-Somerville Vinylpalooza
at Boston-Somerville Holiday Inn, 30 Washington St. Somerville (near Sullivan Sq)
$3 / FREE for ages 12 and under

When you have to pay $3 to buy stuff, it doesn't feel like a 'cheap thrill'. On the other hand, there was a source that suggested you get 4 raffle tickets with admission.

Usually these things are out in Woburn, so vinyl lovers can browse and buy.

It's not a far walk from Sullivan Square T, but there will supposedly be a free shuttle.

SUN 11/27

Suzie Brown, Jenee Halstead, Eric Schwartz
at The Burren, 247 Elm St, Somerville (Davis Sq)
Donation Suggested / 21+

Pass by the Irish seisun players in the front room, and head for the back for three singer-songwriter types. Both Suzie and Jenee have some country lilt; Jenee leans a little bluegrassy too. Check out Eric Schwartz if you like a good dose of humor & wit. Like other Sundays, festivities are hosted by the witty Tom Bianchi.

SUN 11/27

The New Highway Hymnal (11pm), The Fagettes (10pm), The Dirty Virgins (9pm)
at Church, 69 Kilmarnock St, Boston (Fenway)
$8 / 21+

There's going to be a fun mix of modern/retro pysch-rock, ragged indie-rock, and loud 'n messy punk rock. I was hoping to spend a bit more time with these bands, but I really dig how The Dirty Virgins rip it up with abandon.

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