Sunday, July 28th • 1:30 pm
Featured on just about every major television network and lauded as the world’s most revered ukulele player, Jake will dazzle you beyond your expectations. He’s one of those artists you must see perform at least once in your lifetime.
Robby Krieger’s Jam Kitchen (Doors founder and guitarist)
Thursday, August 22nd • 8:00 pm
Doors founder and guitarist Robby Krieger comes to Infinity Hall with members of Frank Zappa’s band (Arthur Barrow/ Larry Klimas). The group will be performing Doors and Zappa hits along with some new material fashioned specifically for this tour.
Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds
Thursday, August 29th • 8:00 pm
Back by popular demand! They got soul. They got funk. Get up, dance and have an unforgettable time!
Wednesday, August 21st • 8:00 pm
“I Melt with You”, “Hands Across the Sea”, and “Ink and Paper” are but three of many radio hits the group has enjoyed since their emergence on the English pop scene. We are very honored to host them on our stage!
Celebrating the music of Heart
Saturday, August 31st • 8:00 pm
All Heart plays all the best of Heart’s most recognizable and popular hits, dazzling audiences with material that is known and loved from five decades of radio airplay.
Sunday, August 18th • 7:30 pm
Often compared to Otis Redding and Van Morrison, Mike is one of the most soulful Artists on the scene today. Critics rave and audiences are amazed at this guy’s honest and pure delivery of roots/soul music.
Friday, August 23rd • 8:00 pm
With more than 20 singles on the Billboard Country Charts, Confederate Railroad has been praised for their great vocals and outstanding musicianship. If you’re in to quality country-pop music, then this show is for you.
Adam Ezra Group
Friday, August 30th • 8:00 pm
We are more than proud to present a full night of Boston’s hottest band, the Adam Ezra Group. Adam has been here as a solo opener and received a standing ovation from our audience. He’s back with his band mates and we urge you to check them out!!
Written by Emily Edelman
June 25th, 2013
I know very little about writing music and, as such, find myself very interested in the process of songwriting. Does the tune come to a songwriter before the lyrics do? Does a song begin its life with a simple word or phrase in the writer’s mind? How does a songwriter know when a song is finished? Is there a revision process?
Enter Big Al Anderson, who is best known for having been the lead guitarist of NRBQ for 24 years. In the early 1990s he made the decision to leave the band and head down to Nashville to write songs for a bevy of country artists. The list of musicians who have recorded his songs is long and impressive. He seems to be a never-ending source of ideas and melodies, and certainly has had a wealth of interesting life experiences to use as material. He will take the stage, along with his band the Floor Models, at Infinity Hall for the first time on June 29. Having such a long and fruitful career must make choosing a set list equal parts rewarding and frustrating.
The show should be a great chance to witness the talents of an incredibly prolific musician and songwriter. The way a song unfolds may remain a mystery to those of us not familiar with songwriting techniques, but we can certainly still enjoy the end result.
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Written by Emily Edelman
June 21st, 2013
Services like iTunes, Spotify, and Pandora have done amazing things for the accessibility of music. You can go to any one of these (and a host of others) to listen to and download music from artists you enjoy, and also to discover artists you may not be familiar with. The latter reason is my preferred one because I’m always looking for new sounds to increase my awareness and knowledge of musical styles and genres. While I absolutely appreciate the ease of use of these services and the great things they have done for my personal music library, my favorite way of finding new music is to get out and see a live show by a performer I’ve never heard. I’ve been introduced to the music of several of my favorite bands because I made the decision to take a risk and see a concert I knew nothing about.
Infinity Hall’s Rising Star Series brings several performers who are not yet household names together on stage for the purpose of opening up the minds and ears of new music fans. The Rising Star Series continues on Sunday evening with performances by fingerstyle guitarist and frequent New York City busker Glenn Roth, old-time country and roots-rock songstress Kerri Powers, and straightforward acoustic pop singer/songwriter Jeff LeBlanc.
If seeing music you haven’t heard before makes you feel a little bit vulnerable (will the style resonate with you? Will you like it? Is there even a way of knowing this beforehand?), remember that it takes a certain amount of guts to get up with just a guitar in front of a room full of strangers and share one’s own thoughts and experiences. The musicians you like best were unknown once, too, and their personal songs are now part of your life because you (and they) took a gamble to share.
The latest installment of Infinity Hall’s Rising Star Series happens on June 23 at 7:30 pm. Your newest favorite artist just might be there. For show details, click here.
Thursday, October 10th • 8:00 pm
The #1 Jazz/R&B a cappella group in the world! Ten albums, ten Grammys….that’s hard to beat!
Saturday, October 26th • 8:00 pm
David Bromberg is one of the greatest songwriters and string instrument players on the planet. We welcome David back for his fourth time on the Infinity Hall stage and we are anticipating another amazing show!
Live At The Fillmore
Saturday, August 10th • 8:00 pm
Back by popular demand, Live At The Fillmore is the recognized #1 Allman Brothers tribute band in the country.
Ted Vigil and Steve Weisberg
performing the music of John Denver
Friday, October 25th • 8:00 pm
Nobody does John Denver better than Ted Vigil! As a very special addition, John’s long time friend and on-stage side kick, Steve Weisberg, will accompany Ted on this very special Infinity Hall performance. If you’re a John Denver fan, it doesn’t get any better than this!
Brother Joscephus and the Love Revolution
Thursday, August 8th • 8:00 pm
Voted “The Best Good Time Band in the Land”, this will be a night to boogie and have some fun!
Tower of Power
Tuesday, September 24th • 6:00 and 9:00 pm
A perennial Infinity Hall favorite, the greatest soul band in the world returns for two shows. TOP is always a sellout, so we urge you to move quickly!
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Friday, October 4th • 8:00 pm
Critics claim Rockapella to be the finest all vocal group touring today. A single concert opens a window on practically the whole history of vocal music from vintage Mills Brothers through jazz and rock to current Hip Hop.
Chris Eldridge and Julian Lage
Wednesday, August 14th • 8:00 pm
Punch Brothers member (guitarist./banjo) Chris Eldridge and Grammy nominated guitarist Julian Lage have teamed up to form one of today’s most exciting new groups. These guys will dazzle you with their warm, personable stage show and mind blowing musicianship.
Average White Band
Sunday, October 6th • 7:30 pm
With several Gold albums, multiple Grammy nominations and the mega hit “Pick Up the Pieces,” it’s no wonder why these guys sell out every show they play!
Saturday, October 19th • 8:00 pm
Albert continuously packs the Hall on his annual visit and we expect the same this time around. So get ready blues fans, it’s gonna be a great night of wailin’ vocals and soulful licks from one of the true masters of the Blues.
Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes
Friday, July 26th • 8:00 pm
Jersey Shore natives and friends of Bruce Springsteen, Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes have been recording and touring since the 70’s. They have influenced countless performers, including Bon Jovi, who admits to always wanting to be a Juke.
Forward Motion with Seth Glier
Friday, July 5th • 8:00 pm
Connecticut’s fastest rising pop/soul group, Forward Motion, has been winning fans over one show at a time. Heartfelt lyrics, gorgeous melodies and tight grooves best characterize the essence of this group. Don’t miss out!
Tuesday, July 16th • 8:00 pm
Blues master Walter Trout just released his 21st album titled “Blues for the Modern Daze,” and it is getting excellent reviews. Check it out and come see Walter get down and dirty at Infinity Hall.
Thursday, July 25th • 8:00 pm
Grammy winning Jimmy Webb is one of those rare songwriters who manages to bring a genuine measure of magic to everything he touches. His music is a perfect match for our Victorian hall.
Suitcase Rodeo with The Interlopers
Thursday, July 11th • 8:00 pm
This all-star lineup, featuring former McLovins guitarist Jeff Howard and former Barefoot Truth members Andy Wrba and John “Wayno”, have blended together the perfect mix of funk, rock and jam music that will surely be recognized by the masses in the very near future.