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Continuing from where we left off last year...
John Mailander and Molly Tuttle
Ellie Buckland and Isa Burke 
Cat and The Moon
Dylan McKinstry and Friends
Dan Bui and Friends
Molly Pinto Matigan and Friends
Adrinna Ciccone and friends, featuring Neil Pearlman
Jacob Means and Friends
High Rock Mountain
...Lord Geoffrey's 2014 series in Cambridge will resumed in March, featuring rising young talent from the Berklee College of Music!  

The concerts are presented at Outpost 186, 186-1/2 Hampshire Street, Inman Square, Cambridge, an art gallery with great site lines and acoustics, not a bar where artists are forced to compete with loud conversations and blaring televisions, or a cramped listening room where patrons are packed into a tiny table.

Saturday, April 26 at 11:00am

Lady Rogo will be Sue Edelman's live, in-studio guest Saturday, April 26. "Something About the Women is the longest-running women's music radio show in the United States and possibly the world! Founded in 1973, the show airs on WMFO 91.5 FM in Medford, MA and streams live on on Saturdays 11 AM - 1 PM EST.
Something About the Women celebrates women artists across all musical genres and gives voice to the issues that are important to women and people who care about them."

Wednesday, May 14, 8pm
Fresh Haggis 
(Elias Alexander, Kathleen Parks and Eamon Seffton)

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Friday, May 16, 2014, 8pm
Lady Rogo and friends
"Crossing an old genre with a young fire.
She's sweet, she's Lady Rogo."

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Saturday, May 31, 8pm
Jenna and Mairi
Rooted in traditional Scottish and Appalachian Old-Time music"

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Wednesday, June 11, 8pm
No Bones About It
(Alex Rubin & Catherine (BB) Bowness)

Together, Alex and BB explore the roots of acoustic music, playing a collection of folk songs, bluegrass tunes, and their own compositions which reflect their wide range of influences, including bluegrass, jazz, old-time and celtic music. Using diverse styles of banjo, guitar, vocals, fiddle and mandolin, they seamlessly blend genres in their arrangements of traditional and original tunes."

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 A note about logistics. Outpost 186, 186 Hampshire Street, is in Inman Square, where parking can be difficult.
Lord Geoffrey recommends taking public transportation. If you are coming from Boston and do not mind a 5-10 minute walk, take either the red line or #1 bus to Central. Inman is also serviced by buses from the Lechmere and Harvard Stations (#69, 83 & 91). Get T info here.
If you are driving and cannot find a street meter, try the Springfield Street pay lot immediately behind the 1369 Coffeehouse.
As Outpost 186 is BYO, we would be remiss to not mention food. There are several fine eating establishments in the neighborhood, eat in or take out. See a listing here. Lord Geoffrey recommends All Star Pizza Bar, "Brick Oven Artisan Pizzeria...Hand Tossed, Thin Crust, Brick Oven Pizza. Choose from the Chef's Specials, or create your own with many toppings from the traditional to the unexpected. 16" pies, plus cheese and pepperoni slices." Tell Kosta that Lord Geoffrey sent you.
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Lord Geoffrey chief bottle washer Jeff Boudreau and Rushad Eggleston, the Prince of Snee, in the gallery space 9/24/12.
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