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Jazz Jam + Show
Every 2nd Thursday, Every Month at 8pm
The Jazz Jam is back! Our hosts, James Merenda of Tickle Juice and Joe Raia, will make musicians from beginner to pro feel at home on the stage. Come for the show and stay for the jam.

This event is part of our annual Amplify! series, ātac’s community event series that works to amplify individual voices, community connection, and confidence. Community members of all skill levels have multiple opportunities to learn and perform in an intentionally inclusive environment. 


The Love Dogs
December 11, 2021 at 8pm
Take one red-hot horn section - we're talkin' alto, tenor, baritone saxes and trombone - down and dirty. Add liberal amounts of barrelhouse boogie-woogie piano and stinging Fender guitar. Pour over a funky and swinging rhythm section that Blues Review magazine called "the best in the business", and top it all off with a crazy and charismatic front man with one of the biggest blues voices around. Season with a few years on the road tearing up juke joints, festivals and concert halls across the U.S. and Canada and on both sides of the Atlantic. Sound tasty? It's a recipe for music and mayhem, for intensity and irreverence; it's THE LOVE DOGS.


The GrooveBarbers
December 17, 2021 at 8pm
Called "Acapella Rock and Soul Royalty" by the Village Voice. The GrooveBarbers record and perform rock, soul, doo-wop and (gasp!) barbershop.


Heather Pierson Jazz Trio Presents:
A Charlie Brown Christmas Show

December 18, 2021 at 8pm

Based in New Hampshire's Mount Washington Valley, Heather Pierson is a pianist, singer/songwriter, and performer known for her bell tone vocals and equal parts New Orleans-Oscar-and-Brubeck jazz piano stylings. Her jazz trio, with Shawn Nadeau on bass and Craig Bryan on drums, performs a rich variety of Heather's originals, jazz and blues standards, and unique re-workings of familiar American music. In their annual December offering, they share their interpretation of the entirety of Vince Guaraldi’s iconic soundtrack to ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’, plus other Guaraldi compositions and other holiday favorites.


Tanglewood Marionettes present:
Perseus & Medusa

January 8, 2022 at 6pm
In Tanglewood Marionettes’ exciting retelling of this classic Greek myth, Perseus will visit many magical places, from the sun-kissed Garden of the Hesperides, to the dark and ominous Underworld, and encounter all manner of mythical beings – some who hinder, and some who help – in his quest to defeat the Gorgon Medusa. Will Perseus prevail, or will he fall victim to the snaky-haired Medusa of the petrifying gaze? Join us as we travel back in time to the dawn of civilization, to an ancient world of gods, goddesses, legends and heroes.


Comedy Open Mic
Every 3rd Thursday, Every Month at 8pm
Amazing Comedy Open Mic Returns with Malik Haddadi hosting! Take the stage with new material, build your skill in a supportive community, come to enjoy the show!

This event is part of our annual Amplify! series, ātac’s community event series that works to amplify individual voices, community connection, and confidence. Community members of all skill levels have multiple opportunities to learn and perform in an intentionally inclusive environment.


Kemp Harris
January 22, 2022 at 8pm
Kemp Harris defies categorization. He is a singer and songwriter, a master weaver of American musical styles. He’s an actor, activist, author, and storyteller, and an award-winning educator who has taught young public school students for more than 40 years. He began writing songs at 14 and recording them in college, using a pair of old cassette players to track parts, and has been delighting music lovers ever since with his earthy, soulful creations.


Playing Dead
January 28 & 29, 2022 at 8pm
Playing Dead is a Grateful Dead tribute featuring former members of Dark Star Orchestra, Slipknot!, and Uncle John's Band. Their marathon sets feature music and jams from the entire Grateful Dead catalog. Playing Dead faithfully recreates the experience of a live Grateful Dead concert. The music of The Grateful Dead is a complex stew of different styles of music including rock, blues, jazz, folk, bluegrass and more. Their improvisational style and large repertoire guaranteed that every musical performance would be unique. Every Playing Dead show is equally unique featuring different set lists each night and exciting improvisational jams.


Buffalo Rose
February 12, 2022 at 8pm
Listening to Buffalo Rose is like driving on the open road with the windows down, letting the breezes of various musical styles wash over you. Buffalo Rose commandeers the shimmering and electrifying riffs of the mandolin (Bryce Rabideau), the cascading guitar arpeggios of folk and bluegrass (Shane McLaughlin), the ringing purity of the dobro (Malcolm Inglis), and the steady percussive thrum of upright bass (Jason Rafalak), providing a effervescent blanket of sound under and around which the ethereal harmonies of Lucy Clabby, Margot Jezerc, and McLaughlin float. There’s a singular beauty in every Buffalo Rose song, whether the group is covering Madonna’s “Borderline” or delivering their stirring original material.

About the band:
The members of the band met four years ago in the Pittsburgh area. “All of us were active in the Pittsburgh music scene,” says McLaughlin. Each of them was playing different kinds of music, from folk to punk. They formed in 2016 when former member Mariko Reid got together with Clabby, Inglis and McLaughlin to record McLaughlin’s tune “Momma Have Mercy.” Before long the three had met up with Rabideau and Rafalak, and the band’s first EP, Red Wagon, debuted in November 2016.

“Once we had Bryce and Jason,” says Clabby, “we had our rhythm section. We call Bryce our drummer because of the percussive way he plays mandolin.” While their following grew in the Pittsburgh area, they gained national attention opening for bands such as the Infamous Stringdusters, Dustbowl Revival, and Tyler Childers. In March 2018, the band gathered the music they had been playing on the road and released their first full-length album, The Soil and the Seed. After Spindler replaced Reid in the fall of 2018, the band released their Big Stampede EP on Misra Records in November 2019, followed by Borrowed and Blue: Live Around One Microphone in May of 2020. Throughout the last year the band has continued to record and release music, with Margot Jezerc replacing Spindler on vocals. Their most recent release features Pittsburgh singer INEZ on a cover of the Johnny Nash classic "I Can See Clearly Now"


Slaughterhouse Society presents:
Magic Dyke

February 19, 2022 at 8pm
Welcome to MAGIC DYKE, a delicious smorgasbord of grinding and gratuitous cheeseball masculinity! This drag king king and baddd boy smutfest has sold out Boston venues to crazed, screaming audiences of frenzied beauties over and over again… People can’t seem to get ENOUGH of this divine, dashing, dirty, and delicious diversity of drag kings! MAGIC DYKE is a steamy, inclusive, pulsating TORNADO of drag kings, fierce femmes, and queer performers ready to tease, please, and have you hit your KNEES, begging for more!

The Slaughterhouse Society is an art collective of queer performance artists. Mostly known for their award winning horror burlesque, drag artists, and unique events, the Slaughterhouse promotes loud art, proud inclusivity and body positivity, and the belief that there is power in being bizarre.


Patty Larkin
April 9, 2022 at 8pm

Patty Larkin is a visionary of sound and wonder, a real deal version of artistry made of equal parts guitar wizardry, vocals shot through with soul and inventive lyrics that ripple across the terrain of the heart. Described as “riveting” (Chicago Tribune), “hypnotic” (Entertainment Weekly), and a “drop-dead brilliant” performer (Performing Songwriter), Patty has captured audiences for over 30 years with an imagination, enchantment, and technical artistry that has redefined the boundaries of the guitar driven singer songwriter. photo credit: Jana Leon


Greg Abate
April 16, 2022 at 8pm
Greg Abate jazz saxophonist, flutist, composer continues as an International Jazz/Recording Artist with 225 days a year touring the globe. Greg is currently a Whaling City Sound recording artist. Greg recorded his first CD Live At Birdland NYC in 1991 on the Candid Jazz Label with the trio of James Williams, Rufus Reid and Kenny Washington.Greg is also an adjunct professor of Jazz Studies at Rhode Island College and is also a very active jazz clinician with co. sponsorship from the Conn-Selmer Instrument Co., conducting workshops and master classes through the U.S and abroad. Greg has been inducted into the RI MUSIC HALL OF FAME 2016



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