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Saturday, January 12, 2019 at 8:00 PM
  • $16
  •     Tickets    
    or $18 at the door

FELLSWATER

Call in your reservations for our January 12 show with Fellswater to 401-725-9272.

Fellswater is a dynamic Celtic music ensemble based out of Boston playing a wide range of music from traditional to modern compositions, drawing from the music of Scotland, Ireland, Brittany and Canada. Fellswater has delighted audiences at the New Hampshire Highland Games (2010, 2012, 2014, 2018), Maine Highland Games (2014, 2017), Colonial Williamsburg (2014 and 2015) and the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo (2015). The band has released three well-received albums, "Fellswater," in 2010, "Thursday Night," in 2013 and "Skipping Stones" in 2018. The 8-piece band features David Cabral on cello, Kyle Forsthoff on bodhran and percussion, Elizabeth Ketudat on fiddle and Hardanger fiddle, Jim MacConduibh on acoustic bass guitar, Sarah MacConduibh on Irish flute, whistles and fife, Andrew McIntosh on Scottish smallpipes and border pipes, Chris Myers on vocals, guitar, and octave mandolin and Diane Myers on vocals.

*All ticket prices include a $1.00 per ticket restoration charge

Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 8:00 PM
  • $16
  •     Tickets    
    or $18 at the door

NEON VALLEY BOYS

Call in your reservations for our January 19 show with The Neon Valley Boys to 401-725-9272.

The Neon Valley Boys will reunite 40 years after making a huge splash on the New England Bluegrass scene in the '70s and '80s. Returning to the Blackstone River Theatre for the first time since 2004, they will revisit their bluegrass hits and unique brand of hilarity in an evening of incredible picking and grinning. Even after forty years, they are still speaking to each other and are as nimble as ever at presenting original and classic bluegrass favorites. It promises to be an evening of toe tapping, laughter, and memories as one of the area’s favorite bands. This progressive bluegrass band was formed in Providence in the late 1970s. The Neon Valley Boys is comprised of Mike Bresler (mandolin), Eddie Stern (banjo), Jeffrey Horton (bass), Karl Dennis (fiddle) and Paul Mellyn (guitar). Mike, Ed, Karl and Jeff were original members of the group when it was formed in the late 70’s. Paul later replaced Ray “Wyatt” Lema. The “Neons” played continuously until 1986, touring throughout New England and beyond. They were regulars at The Met Café, played the first seven years of the Cajun and Bluegrass Festival, and performed at many other local and regional venues. All have continued to be close friends and share a fan base which lasts even until today. Don't miss an incredible evening of music, laughs and memories!

*All ticket prices include a $1.00 per ticket restoration charge

Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 8:00 PM
  • $15
  • Tickets

KIM TRUSTY and KERRI POWERS

The dynamic and multifaceted Kim Trusty is a powerful and diverse vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist. Kim draws on jazz, rhythm & blues, vocal improvisation, and roots music transforming her life, heart, and work experiences into unforgettable and unique performances. Trusty, who began singing more than 30 years ago in an all-black Baptist church in rural Pennsylvania, offers an unforgettable style rarely seen in the music industry. Described as presenting “a silky smooth combination of blues and jazz,” Trusty is a Berklee College of Music graduate who now lives in Providence. 

Monday, April 08, 2019 at 7:30 PM
  • $40
  •     Tickets    
    or $44 at the door

DOUGIE MacLEAN

Call in your reservations for our April 8, 2019 show with Dougie MacLean to 401-725-9272.

Dougie MacLean is considered by many to be Scotland's pre-eminent singer-songwriter and is certainly one of the country's greatest musical treasures. Dougie received a Lifetime Achievement Award for Songwriting at the BBC 2 Folk Awards in 2013. From his home base in Butterstone near Dunkeld, Scotland, MacLean tours the world with his unique blend of lyrical, 'roots based' songwriting and instrumental composition. He has built an international reputation as songwriter, composer and extraordinary performer which has led to concerts and festivals worldwide including New York's Carnegie Hall. Dougie's songs have been covered by hosts of artists and his "Caledonia" has become one of Scotland's most popular contemporary songs. His music has been used in Hollywood films ("Last of the Mohicans") and he has been the subject of three BBC TV music-documentaries. Described as " ...a musical hero" (Wall Street Journal) MacLean is renowned for his meaningful, haunting and emotion-filled music. His innovative work has created a modern interpretation of this music but its fundamental values remain rooted in the ancient Scots culture. We are thrilled to welcome Dougie back ... this show WILL sell out so reserve your tickets early!

*All ticket prices include a $1.00 per ticket restoration charge