Sam Nitsch is a composer and performer specializing in the fusion of diverse musical styles and techniques. After beginning his career as a classical violinist, Nitsch developed a distinct voice through the exploration and inclusion of multiple instruments, technology, and contemporary methodologies into his music. Nitsch emerged from the Rochester music scene in 2015 and now is based in Boston at the Berklee College of Music. Since 2015, Nitsch has performed over 100 shows in over 50 venues. In the Spring of 2016, Nitsch released his debut album, “Passage”, followed by his EP “Torn” the next year. Nitsch has received much acclaim for his music including an invitation to perform at the 2017 Rochester Music Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony alongside musical veterans Paul Schaffer, Gary Lewis, and others. Nitsch’s new album, “Conscience”, reflects his time at Berklee College of Music in Boston where he works close to the heart of the industry as part of the next generation of writers and musicians.
On st Patricks day weekend Tin Can Holley brings its repertoire of rowdy reels, jumpin jigs and boisterous ballads to The Boss’s(that’s Bruce, begob) best loved Boston based by Berklee, Boylston-Street-sited, Burren related***bar The Bebop
Wear your dancin shoes and your toppling suspenders, and leave the jazz to the Beatles!
This category can be further divided into slammin slip jigs and raucous… regular jigs. If you’re keeping score, we also play a pair of peppy polkas and one barreling barndanc.
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Welcome to Boston’s only open mic specifically for Classical Musicians - Classical Open Mic at the Bebop! Are you a classical musician who wants to try out your stuff in front of a friendly and relaxed crowd? Are you feeling like you need to get out of the practice room and onto the stage more? Do you wonder why our folk, indie and Celtic musical colleagues get to perform in these kinds of venues but somehow we “Classical” people just don’t - and do you want to change that? Then Classical open mic at the bebop is for you! This weekly open mic hosted by Neave Trio (www.neavetrio.com )
> PLEASE SIGN UP FOR ONE WEEK AT A TIME!
> After you perform that week you can sign up again for another!
> Open Mic Saturdays from 3pm to 6pm.
> Each performer should expect to play no more than 15 minutes. Focus is on Classical Musical Performances.
> Please sign below, and expect to arrive at least 45 minutes before your slot. We will accept walk ins as long as there is space available on the list. The sign up sheet will be locked and printed on the day of of the open mic.
> We are looking forward to creating a fun and exciting time for performers and patrons alike. See you all soon!
Come on down to The Bebop for a grand old time!
Feel free to bring an instrument, grab a pint, and strum right along!
The Ruta Beggars are a Boston-local Bluegrass group that focuses on providing an entertaining show that showcases tight vocal harmonies, tasty instrumental breaks and foot-tappin' musical selections. These include traditional arrangements of bluegrass standards, some spiced-up versions of familiar tunes, and original songs that range from old-time fiddle music to swing.
With a full lunch and dinner menu every day, draft beer, cocktails, and LIVE MUSIC 7 days a week, The Bebop offers a premier dine-and-listen pub environment. Here's their menu: https://www.thebebopboston.com/menu/
On Friday night we're bringing back Dave Alves Music to the stage for another great performance at The Bebop! Being full aware of the great impact of music to all who appreciate it, Dave brings an energy rollercoaster to his live performances. Up-tempo tunes from your favorite bands and creative twists on the classics, his re-imaginings of the songs you know pair well with his own brand of music.
Dave is known for bringing his solid vocals to the songs that you don't normally hear at the bars. Spanning genres from Jazz, Rock, Motown, R&B, and Pop, to keep you on your toes and your feet!
In 2019 Dave is also working on a full-length album, with Railroad Park Recording Company, of his original music which he will be featuring at the Bebop! So come by Friday March 1st from 7-10p and welcome Dave Alves back to Boston!
From the owners of The Burren, one of the most unique and thriving music venues in the Boston area, comes The Bebop. Situated at the intersection of Boylston and Mass Ave, next to the beating heart of music that is Berklee, The Bebop is primed to be a premiere destination for musicians and fans alike.
“The location is brilliant,” (owner and partner Tommy McCarthy) says. “We are so looking forward to creating a vibe of great music and atmosphere at the Bebop that has become a strong tradition at the Burren for the past 20 years.” -from Boston Magazine, article by Jacqueline Cain.
John will be playing at the bebop on Friday March 1st from 6-6:40. The bar is located right near Hynes T Stop and it will be a great way to start off the weekend! Come have some drinks, some apps, and sing along to some classic tunes!
Feel free to invite anyone you want!