DCSC October 12: double bill with Starseed and Tobi D'amore
- Down County Social Club 864 South Undermountain Road Sheffield, MA, 01257 United States (map)
Starseed is Dayne Herndon, Producer, Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist, Sound Designer, Vocalist, Performer, Sound Healer with the intention "to bring you closer to The Truth. And The Truth is Love, and Love is the The All, and The All is Vibration."
Starseed brings you an infusion of elements from across the musical spectrum. Hip-hop beats coalescing with ambient overtones seek to align you to the space deep within, to bring you to a place both alien and yet somehow familiar and welcoming. Downtempo grooves colored by jazz harmonies call you to take a moment to pause, to reflect, to contemplate, to meditate. Cosmic soundscapes ride along driving rhythms, beckoning you to remember your divinity, to take a look at the bigger picture, and to expand your horizons to perceive a reality of love beyond anything you could possibly imagine. For in truth, reality is indeed both stranger and more amazing than fiction.
Tobi D’Amore usually fronts the dynamic New York indie rock project The Bone Chimes alongside close friends Ben Dobay (Woodwinds/Keys), Tom Rizacassa (Bass), Vincent Byrne (Drums), Pablo Masis (Trumpet), and Alessandra Migliaccio (Vocals/Keys). Having played to sold out audiences at some of New York City’s most iconic venues including: Irving Plaza, Gramercy Theatre, Music Hall of Williamsburg, Rough Trade, Mercury Lounge, Pianos, and Arlene’s Grocery as well as playing in road houses such as The Grape Room (Philly), Beachland Tavern (Cleveland), NOTSUOH (Houston), and the Middle East Cafe (Boston) - one thing is for certain - this seasoned band packs an undeniable punch. As Tobi paves the way with solo shows across the East Coast, TBC continues to gain steam.
7-10pm Thursday October 12th at The Down County Social Club.
beneath The Stagecoach Tavern
864 South Undermountain road ( AKA Rt 41 ) Sheffield, MA
$10 donation for the artists
The Down County Social Club convenes most Thursdays, featuring a handpicked selection of extraordinary and rare entertainment presented in an intimate New Orleans style speakeasy. Our live performances include music, dance, performance art, poetry and multimedia works. We also occasionally offer films and academically themed events. Our programming is as eclectic as you can imagine!
For info/directions and dinner reservations at The Stagecoach Tavern, call 413-229-8585
Also, please check out our DCSC Special Package!
DCSC welcomes Vita Kay Trio September 21st. Vita studied classical piano as a child in a Soviet republic of Kazakhstan & later sang in a variety of choirs, from classical to gospel, in Russia & UK. She divides her time between NYC, London & Greek island of Corfu performing jazz & bossa nova as well as leading kirtan - traditional Indian call-and-response devotional singing.
Every Sunday night starting September 24th, join us for the Down County Social Club Show n' Tell - 7-10pm - live streaming open mic hosted by Kameleon Mike aka Micheal Lesko.
We hope you join us in the Down County Social Club on September 28th, 7pm-10pm for Human Host. Begining in December 2002, the core group of musicians includes Mike Apichella, and Steve Yankou. Human Host also features the work of Lucas Rambo, and a rotating ensemble of diverse musical non-musical, real, and imaginary contributors and collaborators. $10 suggested donation for the artist.
We hope you join us in The Down County Social Club, Thursday October 5th 7-10 PM for GoldenOak featuring Zak Kendall (guitar, lead vocals), Lena Kendall (percussion, lead vocals), Seth Wegner (cello, vocals), and Eloise Schultz (trumpet, vocals). $10 donation for the artists.
We hope you join us in the DCSC, Thursday October 12th, for a double bill with Starseed and Tobi D'amore from The Bone Chimes.
We hope you come ready to dance in The Down County Social Club, Thursday October 19th for Zabumbá (zah-boom-bah), a Brazilian folk ensemble, playing Forró music from the Northeast of Brazil. Led by Tarcísio Ramos, Zabumbá includes accordion, fiddle, flute, voice and cavaquinho (the Brazilian ukulele) as well as regionally specific percussive instruments.
Nov. 2nd at the Down County Social Club, 7-10pm Francesca Olsen and Joe Aidonidis combine their talents to create a dreamy wall of sound they call House Sparrow. Driven by synthesizers, baritone ukulele, Francesca's heavenly voice, and a lot of rumination on nature, waiting, death, and time, this will be a show you don’t want to miss.
Join us for Grant Stinnett December, 21st in the Down County Social Club at The Stagecoach Tavern in Race Brook Lodge. Notable for compositions on the bass guitar played as a solo instrument which use tunings different from the standard bass guitar tuning, Grant Stinnett is a rising star in the world of bass guitar.