Newsletter: Week of 2/27/17

February Newsletter: Week of 2/27/17

Kitchen Specials for the Week of 2/24/17 Maple Bourbon BBQ Wings: single order $6.99, sharing portion $12.99 Israeli Garden Salad; roasted chickpeas. cucumber. tomato. red onion. tossed in herb vinaigrette $10.99 Steak Tips; baked potato. broccolini. house steak sauce $16.99

MONDAY 2.27.17 I + YOU + SHE + HE + THEY = WE Join US, Monday, Feb. 27, 7-8:30 for a Mindful Monday, a monthly series of video presentations and consciousness raising discussion as we present “BROTHER OUTSIDER” a documentary on Bayard Rustin, the civil rights activist J. Edgar Hoover didn’t want you to know about, the man who was literally behind Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s also SIN (Service Industy Night). 10% off tabs for industry workers, 20% off tabs for Newmarket Industry. FREE POOL before and after the film.

TUESDAY 2.28.17 Mardi Gras at the Stone Church, Bluegrass style. Dave Talmage brings his New Orleans experience of performing at Tipitina’s with the Asylum Street Spankers (when he RAPPED ON STAGE??!) and his everyday spirit to the stage. We will be serving up $5 HURRICANES. Time to party!!!!

WEDNESDAY 3.1.17 Hosted by Sarah Gerard, our weekly Pub Quiz was created by Geeks Who Drink, and runs from 7p to 9:30p. Free and All Ages, so put your team together and come on down!

THURSDAY 3.2.17 Jordan Tirrell-Wysocki and Jim Prendergast play Irish Music every Thursday from 6p to 9pm, oftentimes with special guests. Their love of the music, plus deep repertoire, make this event great for families and music lovers.

FRIDAY 3.3.17 The Annual March Mandolin Festival returns to the Stone Church! David Surette hosts. This promises to be an outstanding night of music! Don’t miss it! The 15th Annual March Mandolin Festival will again present two concerts of world-class mandolin music. This year’s lineup will feature Carlo Aonzo, Tim Connell, and Steve Roy, as well as David Surette and Susie Burke. Concerts will take place Saturday night, March 4 at the Concord Community Music School in Concord, NH, the host and sponsor of the weekend festival, as well as Friday night, March 3 at the Stone Church in Newmarket, one of the Seacoast’s premier venues for live roots music. Expect old-time and bluegrass, Celtic and French/Canadian, Italian classical, jazz, blues, folk and acoustic rock, all of which serve to highlight the versatility and musicality of the mandolin and the evening’s performers. The festival is particularly excited to welcome Italian virtuoso Carlo Aonzo to NH for the weekend. Friday March 3 March Mandolin Festival concert featuring Carlo Aonzo, Tim Connell, and Steve Roy, as well as David Surette and Susie Burke. Stone Church Music Club, Zion’s Hill, Newmarket, NH 7pm 603-659-7700 Show at 7 pm Tickets $10 ADV/ $12 DOS

SATURDAY 3.4.17 The six members of Diesel and the Dinos are from the seacoast of New Hampshire. Lead by the young soulful voice of Hayley “Diesel” Gregoire, this band of seasoned musicians perform classic rock tunes by artists such as Bonnie Raitt, Amy Winehouse, Linda Ronstadt, The Beatles and many others giving them a fresh sound. 6PM // FREE // ALL AGES

SATURDAY 3.4.17 Since their conception, ten piece Funk/Soul band West End Blend has been playing their version of Funk and Soul in venues all over the Northeast. Fronted by vocalist Erica Bryan, the band pays homage to classic throwback sounds while adding their own distinct vibe and flair. Behind her, the Blend packs a four-piece horn section, two guitars, bass, keyboards and drums onto stages every night. From humble beginnings in an epic sweaty funky basement dance party, the Blend’s goal has always been to bring that same atmosphere to every show ever since. Broca’s Area is a four piece future soul band based out of Hartford, Connecticut that is a unique blend of hip-hop, R&B, and soul music. Pushing the envelope of these styles towards jazz gives you the multidimensional, polyrhythmic band that is Broca’s Area. Serving their audiences with their soulful lead singer, Mary Corso (Eric Krasno Band), who delivers warm breathy vocals reminding you of the classic school of neo-soul. Tickets $5 Adv., $7 D.O.S. Show at 9 pm

SUNDAY 3.5.17 High Range is an energetic roots/folk/bluegrass group with a long list of rave reviews from national publications. They highlight original music with a mix of cover songs on guitar, upright bass, mandolin, fiddle, banjo and drums. Their song, “Leave This All Behind” (Kneeland/Jones) hit #1 on Music Choice for the week of July 18 – July 24, 2004. Lauded by critics from Portland to Nashville, Beyond the Foothills has received a coveted highlight review in Bluegrass Unlimited, the premier bluegrass journal. Sunday March 5th 4:30p-6:30p FREE ALL AGES

SUNDAY 3.5.17 This is your chance to shine! Starting at 7pm, our Open Mic is an open canvas for all types of performance. Hosted by longtime host Dave Ogden, and with a friendly and talented sound engineer, our Open Mic gives you the chance to showcase your talent in a professional yet welcoming environment, on a stage that has held the likes of Phish, Bonnie Raitt, Aerosmith, Grace Potter, The Wood Brothers, and more!. Bring your instrument or your entire band! The night is open to all ages and free to the public.