High and tight for the summer, the staff has slimmed down for July spending more time chasing away the blues and chasing down some summer sun.
So keep tight while belts are tightened, beer bellies are sucked in, and we do our best at the beach.
Kicking off the Newsletter
In honor of her pending move to Memphis to chase down her dream, Georgetown Fats steps into the “wayback machine” with 10 Shots with Gracie Curran.
And for the reviews
July 13 2pm at Webster Beach: Blues at the Beach with BB King, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Shemekia Copeland and special guests special guests Boston’s own Ten Foot Polecats, The Throwdown Blues Band and Providence’s own The Cannibal Ramblers
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