TOWN MEETING with special guest THE PROMISE IS HOPE
and special guest THE PROMISE IS HOPE
$12 advance / $12 at the door
8:30 doors / 9:00 show
Influenced by a wide range of musical acts - from Dawes to The Avett Brothers to Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young - when Dean, TIm and the Condon brothers get together it's nothing short of spectacular. Their songs are original, well written and harmony driven with a real emphasis on musical quality and arrangement. Opening the show will be one of New England's finest indie-folk duos, The Promise is Hope
Influenced by a wide range of musical acts - from Dawes to The Avett Brothers to Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young - when Dean, TIm and the Condon brothers get together it's nothing short of spectacular. Their songs are original, well written and harmony driven with a real emphasis on musical quality and arrangement. In other words, they don't just write a song, they take some time and craft one.
THE PROMISE IS HOPE
Ashley and Eric LEsperance first felt the electricity of their undeniable chemistry at an impromptu song swap. A year and a half later they were married and released their debut album Where Weve Been & Where Were Going. Jessica Phaneuf, WUMB, says I listen to A LOT of music, and this [album] would be at the top of the pile. In the years following this release, The Promise is Hope has earned their place among New Englands finest emerging indie-folk duos, with a live performance that is often described as beautifully moving, inspired, and connected.
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Luke and Russ Condon - founding members of Town Meeting grew up in a small town called Ayer in Central Massachusetts. Growing up, they shared a love of listening to and creating great music, which they still do. They also happen to be brothers.
Dean Adrien, formerly of Orphan, joined the band in April of 2013. Having played music most of his life with the likes of Jonathan Edwards, Tom Rush and several others from the Boston Folk scene of ago, Adrien was already a well accomplished musician when he joined the band.
TIm Cackett began playing Bass in High school and was heavily influenced by jazz and funk. After high school he played guitar and toured with various hardcore bands, most notably "Anchorlines". After stepping away from the heavy music scene he formed "Poor Soul" and acoustic/harmonica driven folk project. After opening for TM on more than one occasion Tim soon realized he belonged with us and picked up the Bass once again, to give the band a bigger and more wholesome TM sound.
Since the spring of 2013 when they officially formed, Town Meeting has been playing venues in New England from Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA to colleges in RI and cafes in NH Whether for a few or for many, when these guys perform, it's always entertaining. (Just ask someone who's seen them!)
The Lizard Lounge (View)
1667 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02138
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|