This weekend, First Sunday returns after a hiatus!
7:30 PM, Sunday, November 3
Headlining the show will be Little Rabbit. You may have seen them
earlier this year at Davis Square's ArtBeat, but if not, this
four-piece plays old-timey music. If you've seen "O Brother Where
Art Thou?", you know what I mean; though they really don't sound
like either Gillian Welch or Allison Krauss, both would approve. The
band features Eric Royer of the Resophonics, and of his own one-man
band; he played at WSAC a while ago with Sean Staples & they rocked
(or bluegrassed?) the house. If you're a First Sunday veteran, you
probably have also caught Willie Bernstein on one of their many
appearances; Little Rabbit features Willie's Tim Baldanzi, as well.
Opening the show is Matt Henry, who played at First Sunday at the
beginning of the year. Well-known in his native Virginia, and a
favorite of Colin Powell, he is just starting to catch on here in the
clubs & alleyways. His sensitive acoustic indie-rock is sure to
leave you with nary a dry eye and crying for more.
If you'd like, you can check out the controversial full-color flyer
here; it's about 1.1M in size, so you have plenty of time to steel
First Sunday takes place, as always, at the Washington Street Art
Center. We are located at 321 Washington Street in Somerville. For
directions, your best bet is to check out
www.kickball.com/wsac/map.html or call (617) 623-5315 if you must.
We have plenty of parking, are on major bus routes, and are walking
distance from Harvard Square. Our music events are nominally free,
though we always appreciate a $5 donation if you can afford it.
Besides the delicious music, we have delicious drinks & cookies as
P.S. I hope to see you there, and mark these dates down on your
calendar, too, for our upcoming events:
Dec. 1 -- First Sunday. Silent movies, and live music by The
Operators, Choo Choo La Rouge, and So & So.
Dec. 8 -- Holiday Crafts Fair at WSAC. Pick up delightful gifts made
by local artists & craftspeople.
Dec. 8 -- "Second Sunday"? Fundraiser, featuring the music of Jody
Blackwell, and other performers.