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April and May Music Lineup at Pejamajo Cafe

by Jane Savas
March 30, 2011

April and May Music Lineup at Pejamajo Cafe - Friday’s 8-11 PM

April and May Music Lineup at Pejamajo Cafe – Friday’s 8-11 PM

4/1 – Kamryn Person - Dedicated to original country music, and the blues tunes
of the 1940's and 50's, Kamryn bridges the gap between old and new, bringing
together the classic story telling ways of Muddy Waters, and captivating vocals
indescribably known only as her own. Recording demos in Nashville, and even
performing at the famous Bluebird Cafe at the mere age of fourteen, she
continues to pursue her ultimate goal of having her music touch the lives of
everyone who hears it. www.myspace.com/kamrynperson

4/8 – Travis Caudle - With his songwriting compared to the likes of David Gray
and Matthew Sweet and his sound to Coldplay, U2, Travis and The Church, Travis
Caudle specializes in melodic, catchy pop/rock tracks.
www.myspace.com/traviscmusic

4/15- The Elderly Bros. – Mitchell Nollman and Ray Krome have teamed up to
perform acoustic covers in the Framingham and Hudson, Massachusetts area.
www.facebook.com/pages/TheElderlyBrothers/17880115548570

4/22 – Open Mic night with Tiffany Gassett – Tiffany’s back to host our popular
Open Mic night. All ages are welcome. Please contact Tiffany at
tiffany@risingtribemusic.com.

4/29 – Mike Tarara - His style stems from a funk, rock, soul, acoustic feel with
a debt to Dave Matthews, Marvin Gaye and Joe Cocker. In his live cover show he
has about 350+ songs that he covers. www.myspace.com/miketarara

5/6 – Sara Levecque Band - Americana / Country / Rock.  One of our favorite
performers. www.myspace.com/sarahlevecqueband

5/13 – Barefoot Souls – Featuring Kim Zunner.  Join us in welcoming fo r the
first time this talented acoustic duo. www.myspace.com/kimzunner

5/20 – Kamryn Person - - Dedicated to original country music, and the blues
tunes of the 1940's and 50's, Kamryn bridges the gap between old and new,
bringing together the classic story telling ways of Muddy Waters, and
captivating vocals indescribably known only as her own. Recording demos in
Nashville, and even performing at the famous Bluebird Cafe at the mere age of
fourteen, she continues to pursue her ultimate goal of having her music touch
the lives of everyone who hears it. www.myspace.com/kamrynperson

5/27 – Mike Tarara- His style stems from a funk, rock, soul, acoustic feel with
a debt to Dave Matthews, Marvin Gaye and Joe Cocker. In his live cover show he
has about 350+ songs that he covers. www.myspace.com/miketarara

 

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