Music Schedule

Evening performances start approximately at 8:00pm.

Saturday & Sunday brunches start at 11am.



04. 27. 2019 Saturday Brunch with Sue Howard and Dick Judah, 11am

Sue Howard plays both piano and organ. After receiving a degree in music for piano, Sue played lounges and restaurants all over MS, TX, RI and NH. Dick Judah has been an acoustic bass player for over 40 years, mainly playing mainstream jazz. The duo play beautiful, fun music. You don’t want to miss!

04. 27. 2019 Two Cat Folk and Jon Swenson · , 8pm

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Two Cat Folk and Jon Swenson will be playing in the round. Two Cat Folk, the musical partnership of singer songwriters John Ferullo and Betsi Mandrioli, draws audiences in with warmth and sincerity. Their unique styles blend to create subtle rhythms, rich harmonies, and an earthy passion for the music of the people. Betsi’s and John’s songs tell stories of real life, sometimes with humor, sometimes with compassion. They also perform traditional and

contemporary favorites from the folk tradition. Jon Swenson is a songwriter with a lot of soul playing original songs on his tenor guitar. His songs range from very funny to very touching. Jon has been playing and writing since the 60’s and delivers his songs in warm tenor voice.

04. 28. 2019 Sunday Brunch with Jazz Continuum, 11am

Chamber jazz: n. - an imaginative conversation of music in a myriad of styles (bebop, swing, stride, bossa nova, samba, waltz, blues, ballad...) that makes a perfect backdrop for Sunday brunch. Jazz Continuum: n. – A group of improvisational musicians who come together to carry on conversations in the framework of chamber jazz. Mike Valdez (piano), Jim Frey (drums).and Steve Conahan (bass).

05. 03 . 2019 The Morgan Scott Trio , 8pm

Appearing the first Friday of each month , the New Morgan Scott Trio featuring Morgan Scott on piano and keyboards, Steve Davis on bass, and Nadjim Kebir on drums. Slightly more contemporary improvisations and some original compositions added to the usual jazz trio format.

05. 04.2019 Saturday Brunch with Michael P. Chasse and Brilliant Corners, 11am

Brilliant Corners, under the musical direction of guitarist Michael P. Chasse, was born in the heyday of the Cruise Ship craze of the 1990’s. Spanning more than 20 years, the band has included musicians from all corners of the globe and continues to create fresh arrangements of songs from the Great American Songbook. Today, Brilliant Corners features the best talent from the New England Jazz Scene to create a unique and uplifting Saturday Jazz Brunch Experience.

05. 04.2019 Trusting Fate http://www.trustingfate.com/ , 8pm

Trusting Fate is bolstered by a genuine passion for creating imaginative, unexpected music that combines elements of rock, folk, bluegrass, roots and blues into a fresh, powerful sound. Versatile multi-instrumentalists Susanna Doyle (vocals, keyboards), Mike O’Brien (mandolin, violin, guitar, keyboards), Ed Bogusz (bass),and Paul Therkelsen (guitar, harmonica, vocals) spin playful melodies and blend rich harmonies with crisp lyrics.

05. 05.2019 Sunday Brunch with Chelmsford Pianist Joe Whalen, 11am

Joe plays Java Room’s beautiful sounding piano on the first Sunday of each month. He selects from an extensive repertoire that covers a wide range of genre. Joe enjoys receiving requests.

05. 10 .2019 Marty Beecy , 8pm

Singer songwriter Marty Beecy will be performing with his band the Rogue Loons in a unplugged version of his original music. Enjoy an intimate night of blues ,ballads and a few songs you will know.

05. 11 .2019 Saturday Brunch with Guitarist Nunzio Rosselli , 11am

Nunzio is a solo finger-style guitarist who performs jazz standards, originals and arrangements of popular and rock music. Although primarily a jazz musician, he occasionally sprinkles in pieces from the classical repertoire. Very peaceful!

05. 11.2019 Traditional Brew http://traditional-brew.com/, 8pm

Spend an evening with Traditional Brew, an acoustic group presenting an eclectic blend of upbeat traditional style tunes and songs. Their music is drawn from Celtic, Blues, Québécois, Country, Old Time, Bluegrass, and Folk genres. Featuring vocal harmonies, fiddle, mandolin, guitar, flute/whistle, concertina, banjo, …..band members Dave Fox, Randy Severance, Linda Wade, and Mike Whitney will offer up a friendly and fun evening, playing the music that they have been drawn to and inspired by.

05. 12.2019 Sunday Brunch with Jazz Continuum, 11am

Chamber jazz: n. - an imaginative conversation of music in a myriad of styles (bebop, swing, stride, bossa nova, samba, waltz, blues, ballad...) that makes a perfect backdrop for Sunday brunch. Jazz Continuum: n. – A group of improvisational musicians who come together to carry on conversations in the framework of chamber jazz. Mike Valdez (piano), Brett Baker (guitar), Jim Frey (drums).and Steve Conahan (bass).

05.17.2019 The David Rumpler Trio + special guests Richard Gardzina on tenor saxophone and Brazilian drummer Henrique Almeida, 8pm

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Pianist David Rumpler leads a swinging jazz trio that focuses on less-performed jazz standards from the 50s and 60s and obscure gems from the American songbook. In addition, the DR trio always features some authentically played Brazilian songs, inspired by several years David spent living in Rio and São Paulo. Come enjoy the evening with us!!

05. 18.2019 Saturday Brunch with Michael P. Chasse and Brilliant Corners, 11am

Brilliant Corners, under the musical direction of guitarist Michael P. Chasse, was born in the heyday of the Cruise Ship craze of the 1990’s. Spanning more than 20 years, the band has included musicians from all corners of the globe and continues to create fresh arrangements of songs from the Great American Songbook. Today, Brilliant Corners features the best talent from the New England Jazz Scene to create a unique and uplifting Saturday Jazz Brunch experience.

05. 18.2019 Lourdes Pita www.LourdesPita.com , 8pm

Lourdes of Hispanic heritage picked up the guitar when she was 9 years old. Her mother, the internationally acclaimed Cuban poet in exile, Juana Rosa Pita, taught her how to play guitar and to sing

Spanish folk and English folk songs. Now with four albums under her belt and her music being played all

over the world she is just getting started. Lourdes is currently working on two new albums . One of them is her long awaited all Spanish album due out Sept 2019. A song from the upcoming Spanish album entitled "El Camino" has been chosen to be included in an independent film about a famous artist from Cuba by the name of Rafael Soriano due out this summer.

05. 19. 2019 Sunday Brunch with Scott Matsumoto - finger style guitar 11am - 1pm

Scott Matsumoto is an acoustic fingerstyle guitar player who combines the styles of Andy McKee and Tommy Emmanuel. The result is a broad range of guitar songs that are both percussive and melodic; everything from two-hand tapping guitar pieces to covers of pop songs. Scott started as a folk singer/songwriter, but decided to go “all in” on the guitar: making all the music come through the guitar. The guitar is his band-in-a-box, Every sound in the band gets created out of the different parts of the guitar; there are no pedals or electronics.

05. 24.2019 Nella Tasca, 8pm

Focusing on well-crafted arrangements of jazz standards and originals, Nella Tasca consists of Tom Phelan on vibes, Ted Osborne on guitar, Joe Lis on drums, Richard Hale-Shaw on bass and Steve Esposito on piano. With a wealth of experience, the members of Nella Tasca meld their musical tastes into a unique sonic blend. Occasionally hosting guest soloists, Nella Tasca brings a fresh take on tunes you love.

05. 25.2019 Saturday Brunch with Sue Howard and Dick Judah, 11am

Sue Howard plays both piano and organ. After receiving a degree in music for piano, Sue played lounges and restaurants all over MS, TX, RI and NH. Dick Judah has been an acoustic bass player for over 40 years, mainly playing mainstream jazz. The duo play beautiful, fun music. You don’t want to miss!

05. 25.2019 •Hana Kahn www.hanakahn.com. , 8pm

Hana Kahn is a pop powerhouse singer-songwriter whose “emotional nakedness and elegant musicianship” ( Zach Weg, The Deli Magazine ) drive her message of the importance of authenticity and vulnerability. Combining empowering ballads, catchy upbeat numbers and stories from her unconventional background, Hana’s performance is not only encapsulating, but leaves audiences fueled and inspired to follow their own dreams.

05.26.2019 Sunday Brunch with Jazz Continuum, 11am

Chamber jazz: n. - an imaginative conversation of music in a myriad of styles (bebop, swing, stride, bossa nova, samba, waltz, blues, ballad...) that makes a perfect backdrop for Sunday brunch. Jazz Continuum: n. – A group of improvisational musicians who come together to carry on conversations in the framework of chamber jazz. Mike Valdez (piano), Jim Frey (drums).and Steve Conahan (bass).

05.31.2019 • Brothers in Tune, 8pm

Brothers in Tune have a distinctive sound blending a dynamic style of piano and guitar, with unique vocals and harmonies. René Hallmark and Mike Santoro join together to make great music. Their music reflects a mix of individual influences, rendering a result that appeals to a wide range of audiences. Friends for many years, they have recently enjoyed teaming their musical styles, adding their own personal flare to the music they play. Whether it’s a Jazz Standard, Ballad, Blues, Roots, R&B, 50/60’s Oldie, they manage to make it sound fresh and unique while retaining it’s familiar charm.