Just Announced- On Sale Now!

Jace Everett

Thursday, March 10th • 8:00 PM
The first thing many people think when the name Jace Everett gets mentioned is “Bad Things,” (theme of HBO’s hit series, TRUE BLOOD)…but listen to his album and hear him perform live and it won’t be the last! Everett’s music evokes the complex, vividly emotional and often over‐heated works of Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Charles, Jim Morrison and Marvin Gaye, among others, precisely because it so plainly springs from the same sources of inspiration, contradiction and risk. RED REVELATIONS, the new album , is a work of rare accomplishment and abandon, brimming with barely‐contained emotions and urges. The primal, penetrating power of Everett’s roots‐music fusion, revving up from insinuation to howling gale‐force rock in a second, has already started listeners wondering: So, where’ve you been, man? The answer is: Everywhere, and right in front of your nose.
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David Mallett

Sunday, March 27th • 7:30 PM
Life in an out-of-the-way place carries universal import, and people everywhere seem to understand what David Mallett’s songs are about. Although they are rooted in place, they speak to the essential things that move us all. If you grow up in a small rural town, as Mallett did, you can’t help but learn its stories. He knows about the people who shouldn’t have stayed, but did, and those who shouldn’t have left, but did. He knows the factory work, the field work, the memories of summer dances, the loves and losses, and the stunning incidents of courage and despair.
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Dave Mason

Saturday, April 16th • 8:00 PM
At age 18, the Worchester England native teamed up with Steve Winwood, Jim Capaldi and Chris Wood to form the legendary band Traffic. At 19, Mason penned the song “Feelin’ Alright.” This song has since become a rock and roll anthem, having been recorded by well over 48 artists, the best known version being Joe Cocker. The group’s profound influence over rock music remains unquestioned even today.
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Roomful of Blues

Friday, April 29th • 8:00 PM
Roomful of Blues, according to DownBeat magazine, “are in a class by themselves.” With their masterful combination of jumping, horn-heavy, hard-edged blues and R&B, it’s no wonder why the great Count Basie called them “the hottest blues band I’ve ever heard.” Since 1967, the group’s deeply rooted blend of swing, rock ‘n’ roll, jump, blues and soul has earned it five Grammy Award nominations and a slew of other accolades, including seven Blues Music Awards (one for Blues Band Of The Year in 2005). The band has been led since 1996 by guitarist Chris Vachon. Guitar Player says, “Vachon burns with explosive solos and a delightfully greasy sense of rhythm.” Roomful of Blues has always maintained its signature sound by boasting great musicianship and a stellar horn section—featuring tenor and alto saxophonist Rich Lataille, who first joined the band in 1970. Lataille’s masterful playing can evoke either the fat-toned honking sax of the glory days of early rock or the cool elegance of big band swing jazz.

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Buffy Sainte-Marie

Friday, May 13th • 8:00 PM
Academy Award-winner Buffy Sainte-Marie was a graduating college senior in 1962 and hit the ground running in the early Sixties, after the beatniks and before the hippies. All alone, she toured North America’s colleges, reservations and concert halls, meeting both significant acclaim and huge misperception from audiences and record companies who expected Pocahontas in fringes, and instead were both entertained and educated with their initial dose of Native American reality in the first person.

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Infinity New Year’s Eve

Infinity New Year’s Eve

James Montgomery and the Uptown Horns w/ Andy Styles
Friday, December 31st
Ring in 2011 in style at Infinity Music Hall & Bistro!
Dance, drink and dine – it’s New Year’s Eve your way.

Take a spin on the dance floor, order up your preferred libation from the Good Vibes bar, or tap your feet in your seat in the orchestra section of Infinity Hall all night long.

Don’t forget to make reservations for our special New Year’s Eve Prix Fixe menu at the Bistro by calling 860-542-5531 or by clicking here for online reservations. Hope you’ll join us to say farewell to this year and welcome to the next!

Andy Styles – 7:30-9PM
James Montgomery – 9PM – The New Year!

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Just Announced- On Sale This Week!

Tab Benoit

Wednesday, March 9th • 8:00 PM
Tab Benoit is a Cajun man who’s definitely got the blues. Born November 17, 1967, he grew up in Houma, Louisiana. A guitar player since his teenage years, he hung out at the Blues Box, a ramshackle music club and cultural center in nearby Baton Rouge run by guitarist Tabby Thomas. Playing guitar alongside Thomas, Raful Neal, Henry Gray and other high-profile regulars at the club, Benoit learned the blues first-hand from a faculty of living blues legends.

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Pousette-Dart Band

Friday, March 18th • 8:00 PM
Growing up in a household of artists, including his father, grandfather, and sister, Jon Pousette-Dart separated himself by picking up a guitar at the age of 10, and mapping out a life in music before he ever attended a little league game. He and best friend Jonathan Meredith (son of actor Burgess Meredith) proceeded to spend their teens learning every song they heard on the radio, and soon joined Soupy Sales’ two sons, Hunt and Tony, to become part of the teen sensation “Tony and the Tigers”. In 1973, Jon formed the Pousette- Dart Band with John Troy, his college mate from the University of Pacific, and new recruit John Curtis from Boston. The band became a mainstay on the Northeastern College circuit, as well as playing many concerts in the Boston area with the top acts of the era. In 1975 legendary promotion man Al Coury signed the group to Capitol.

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Ticket Price: $30, $45
Kaki King

Sunday, April 3rd • 7:30 PM

Espionage, particularly the idea of living a double life, was the basis for Kaki King’s brand-new, stunning album Junior. And like a tantalizing spy novel that’s full of surprises, Junior delivers twists-and-turns: lyrically from exuberance and anger to heartbreaking melancholy; and sonically from experimental pieces to accessible pop. While there is some of the dazzling musicianship King has been renowned for, Junior showcases her further maturation as a well-rounded artist that defies categorization and expectations.

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Facebook Fan Frenzy – Help Us Hit 5000 before 2011!

It’s Facebook Fan Frenzy!

OK, we’ve got a goal to reach 5000 fans by year’s end – if we add 20 fans a day, we’ll reach it! We need your help to do so, and there’s something in it for you: every day we add 20 fans, we’ll give away a pair of tix!

If you’re not one of our Facebook friends already, please consider joining our community on Facebook now. Be the first to see new show announcements, get in on exclusive ticket giveaways, make suggestions about the bands we book, and more. It’s totally fun!

If you are one of our Facebook friends, thanks! You can play, too. Hit “Suggest to Friends” (located below profile pic of Fedwell the Infinity Bear on our Facebook page).

Here’s the contest part: you can pick the tix you want to win! After you become our friend or suggest us to friends, comment here or on our Facebook page about your show preference:

Anders Osborne feat. Brady Blade 12/30

Gandalf Murphy and the Slambovian Circus of Dreams 1/1

Edwin McCain 1/5

Blackberry Smoke 1/9

Every day we reach our 20 fan goal, someone will win 2 tix to your show of choice. 🙂

Sound good? Go!

Pat McGee w/Jen Lowe

Thursday, February 24th • 8:00 PM
Pat McGee, after nearly fourteen years of touring, feels the need to mix things up a bit. The namesake and leader of the Pat McGee Band may only be going by his own name when he performs these days, but it doesn’t mean the band itself is finished. “We recently decided to change how we do things,” says McGee. “I have been doing some solo, duo, and trio touring, in addition to full band dates. It keeps things interesting.” This shift and Pat’s revolving live lineups will give fans some variations in the live setting that are sure to please.

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Ticket Price: $25, $35

Open Wings Broken Strings Tour

feat. Ed Kowalczyk, Emerson Hart and Leigh Nash

Wednesday, March 2nd • 8:00 PM

As a songwriter and a singer in a successful rock band, I have had the good fortune of being surrounded by incredible musicians, lots of wonderful production on both record and onstage and plenty of VOLUME! But did you know that the story of your favorite songs often originates in a much different environment? Open Wings Broken Strings is an opportunity for you to get to the heart of your favorite artists and their songs in a unique and compelling way. Stripped down, intimate and acoustic, you’ll hear the strings on the guitar vibrate and buzz, the vocal chords hum and pulsate as the songs you love come to life like you never knew they could. In this intimate environment, the rockstar steps out from behind the layers of decibel and drama to greet you with the essence, the story, and the song.

Quiet, just might be the new loud. –Ed Kowalczyk

Ed Kowalczyk
– lead-singer/songwriter/guitarist of the band LIVE
Emerson Hart – lead singer/songwriter of the alternative rock band Tonic
Leigh Nash – lead singer of platinum-selling pop group Sixpence None the Richer

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Asleep At The Wheel

Thursday, March 3rd • 8:00 PM

Over the course of the last 39 years Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel have boldly defied the fickle lures of the mainstream — and thrived — by sticking to their noble cause of keeping that distinctly American of art forms, western swing, alive and kicking. Along the way, these post-modern kings of western swing have received nine Grammy Awards, entertained thousands and won praise and admiration from everyone from Willie Nelson to Bob Dylan, George Strait to Van Morrison.

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Martin Sexton

Friday, March 11th • 8:00 PM

Martin Sexton – what a year! From performances at Bonnaroo to opening for Dave Matthews Band, Martin Sexton seems to have found the elusive Fountain of Youth. This past year might have been Martin’s most exciting yet with a new album, a renewed fan-base, sold out shows, and a business model that other musicians are copying. Critically acclaimed Sexton is a musician’s musician and prolific recording artist. His songs are intricate and spirited covering the American musical landscape distilling soul, gospel, R&B, country and blues. His performances are dynamic and bursting with depth and have earned him a devoted following among fans, peers and critics alike.

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Soul Sound Revue

Saturday, March 12th • 8:00 PM

Back to Infinity Hall by Popular Demand!!
Soul Sound Revue, by far the hottest Motown show this side of Detroit, performs the greatest hits in the true “Motown Tradition”. Soul Sound Revue recreates the dynamic vocal harmonies and musical styling of classic Motown groups of the sixties, seventies, and eighties: The Four Tops, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, The Supremes, and many more. With the popular resurgence of the seventies, eighties, and nineties, Soul Sound Revue currently performs the most popular dance hits spanning four decades.

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Ticket Price: $25 (Mezzanine seating not available for this show.)

Mark Hummel’s Blues Harmonica Blowout

feat. James Montgomery, Kenny Neal and Jerry Portnoy

Friday, April 8th • 8:00 PM

The past decade has seen the emergence of young harmonica-led blues bands. In California, groups that draw their inspiration from the Chicago school but add elements of jump blues and rock ‘n’ roll into the mix have come up with an exciting new style of West Coast blues. In Oakland, the northern capital of California blues, resides the incredibly powerful harmonica player and vocalist Mark Hummel, leader of The Blues Survivors, who has been a major force in shaping and defining this musical genre.

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Yankee Blues, courtesy of the Matt Zeiner Band

Infinity Music Hall Guest Post by:
Bridgette L. Rallo
The Greenwoods Studio

What do “The Blues” and “Connecticut” have in common? Just Matt Zeiner and his band of soulful musicians, that’s all. I mean, the man has played with some of the best; they sought him out, for crying out loud. Dickie Betts of Allman Brothers fame, Matt “Guitar” Murphy – remember The Blues Brothers?

I know, I know. Connecticut isn’t the kind of place famous for its contributions to the Mississippi Delta Hall of Fame. But Matt Zeiner is all our own and his band is smokin’ hot. Just ask anyone who has traveled the state to see them perform at venues from Hartford to New London and back again.

In the years since Zeiner stopped touring with Dickie Betts, he’s gathered some of the hippest musicians from the R&B and rock circuits, including the hugely talented Dennis Fancher, of The James Montgomery Project, and soul-meister Ramon Morant, of (what else?) Soul Syndicate. The jazz/rock/blues fusion these guys produce is, first and foremost, a feast for fans of musicianship.

Oh yeah, Zeiner plays guitar. The rest of them play, too. Then there’s the fusion aspect of things. American popular music is the continuing story of fusion and The Matt Zeiner Band fuses with the greats. Jazz fans will swing, blues fans will moan and rock fans will do what they always do: party on. So, if you’re in the mood for some good old American SOUND, check out Matt Zeiner and his band on Friday night, December 17, at 8 pm. You won’t go hungry.

12/17/10 • Matt Zeiner Band • 08:00 PM


River City Slim & The Zydeco Hogs
Mardi Gras Party

Friday, March 4th • 8:00 PM

River City Slim & The Zydeco Hogs serve up a hefty slab of greasy Zydeco, cooking up a spicy musical gumbo that combines the traditional sounds of the button accordion and washboard with a driving, pulsating, syncopated beat. The Hogs turn every venue they play into a rockin’ Louisiana dance party.

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Livingston Taylor

Saturday, March 5th • 8:00 PM
Livingston Taylor picked up his first guitar at the age of thirteen. Who knew that this would signal the beginning of a career that has spanned over forty years and that has encompassed performing, songwriting and teaching. Livingston has written most of his music repertoire, including Top Forty hits “I Will be in Love with You” and “I’ll Come Running”—and, recorded by his brother James, “I Can Dream of You,” “Going Round One More Time” and “Boatman” (all on the double Grammy-winning album Hourglass).

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Popa Chubby

Thursday, March 24th • 8:00 PM
Popa Chubby has had a prolific career spanning several decades. From the break-out early 90’s hit, “Sweet Goddess of Love and Beer,” off the Tom Dowd-produced Booty And The Beast, to his inspired interpretations of Jimi on Electric Chubbyland, he continues to output a steady stream of fire and brimstone. Popa Chubby is touring in support of his first release in almost 2 years, The Fight Is On, classic Bluesrock from New York City’s

bad boy. Get Knocked Out!

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Graham Parker with Mike Gent

Friday, March 25th • 8:00 PM

Graham Parker and The Rumour were formed in the summer of 1975 and released their first album, Howlin’ Wind, in January 1976 to worldwide critical acclaim. Their second album, Heat Treatment, followed six months later, garnering similar critical reaction and propelled Parker to international recognition. That same year, a 4-track EP, featuring a cover of the Trammps’ “Hold Back The Night,” claimed the band two appearances on Top Of The Pops and gave them a UK top twenty single.

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Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Friday, April 15th • 8:00 PM

The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band formed in Southern California during the spring of 1966 as a scruffy, young jug-band. Forty-four years later, the quartet (Jeff Hanna, Jimmie Fadden, Bob Carpenter and John McEuen) is still going strong. Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s self-titled debut album, released in 1967, included the pop hit “Buy For Me The Rain.” But it was their 5th record, 1970’s Uncle Charlie and His Dog Teddy, that would become the band’s breakthrough project, yielding 3 pop hits including their version of Jerry Jeff Walker’s “Mr. Bojangles.” A veritable summit of talent, which included NGDB’s heroes: Scruggs, Doc Watson, Merel Travis, Roy Acuff and Mother Maybelle Carter, would become part of the Will the Circle be Unbroken album. This three-LP set, recorded live in the studio in Nashville over six days in 1971, became a landmark event and a multi-platinum success. Circle remains such a significant effort that 30 years later it was one of 50 recordings to be honored and preserved by the Library of Congress.

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Ticket Price: $55, $75