Music Meeting returns in 2020
While I have been planning this for some time, it all came together very recently. Bringing the music meet-up and conversation back under the name “Music Meeting”. Thursday, January 23 at new community space, The Jungle, I will host part meet-up, part music community talk, part show, part let’s get to know each other in person, part what’s next.
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Back in 2016, we met on a few occasions for something called “State of Live Music in Boston” conversations. Many found it helpful to talk about what was and what wasn’t happening for them. One thing remains clear: we need to talk to one another in person.
Let’s relaunch a series of meeting/meet-ups I am calling “Music Meeting”. On this first round, let’s talk about the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) concept and working on a sustainable foundation; old favorites like promoting in the digital age, booking (uh oh), and looking outside our own genres.
In the coming months, I will take it on the road (looking at you, Lowell) and welcome others to speak on topics that are important to the community at large.
Music Meeting | January 23
The Jungle Community Music Club
3 Sanborn Ct, Somerville (this is a small space)
Edrie Edrie of Walter Sickert & the Army of Broken Toys
Jenny Bergman of The Secret Bureau of Art & Design
Bridget Duggan of ONCE Somerville
Carissa Johnson of Fuel Heart Productions
Steve Theo of Pirate Promotions
hopefully others will join too
. . .
Music at 8:00 with
The Shirts And Shoes
War On Alexandria
Lay Low Moon
Meeting is free to all from 6-8
Live Music is at 8:00: $6 in advance, $10 day of the show