From OCT - FEB
Cape Cod Community Media Center in Dennis Port MA, 02660
Bittersweet is a 5 to 9 piece Show Band specializing in Funk, Soul and Classic R&B. Co-Founder, Drummer and Background Vocalist Greg PoPPa'G Baker is dedicated and sensitive to the specific nature of 70s 80s & 90s Funk, Soul, Jazz Fusion, Classic R&B. PoPPa'G was the original live recording and touring drummer for the Village People during the height of their popularity. He has also drummed for Major Harris, Blue Magic, Brandy Wells and has shared the stage with Gloria Gaynor, Sister Sledge, Bobby Womack, Third World, D-Train, Freda Payne, Junior Walker's All Star's & Peabo Bryson
Javier Arroyo, Salsa Night Band’s lead singer and bandleader, comes from a long heritage of musicians, deeply rooted in the Puerto Rican, Latin American and Afro-Caribbean rhythms. Of the years growing up in his hometown (Manatí, Puerto Rico) he fondly remembers the frequent evening gatherings of song and rhyme, when his father and uncle’s played guitars, maracas and “cuatro” (a native guitar-like instrument of Puerto Rico) and sang the unforgettable and classic boleros, guarachas and rancheras.BUY TICKET
“HarlemWorks” is a potpourri of stunning talent. Mr. Foote has gathered and garnered together, on one CD, intensely dynamic performers, each with their unique, profound and intriguing contribution. Super producer Gary Foote’s whirlwind life of music has propelled and impelled him to over 75 countries, performing and enthralling audiences on six different continents.
Zoe Lewis is a band in a body! She plays jazz, jump jive, latin grooves, swing, international folk, funk originals on anything from the piano to the spoons! Troubadour/ vaudevillian/ storyteller/ singer-songwriter /piece of work! WINNER of the Colorado Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Troubadour Award in 2003, NEW FOLK WINNER 2002 at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas and 2001 Falconridge Folk Festival.
Ashley Jordan was born and raised in the little town of Harvard, Massachusetts where she first began performing music at talent shows and open mics in her early teens. She ignited a more focused music journey when she began performing original songs on the streets of Boston as a “busker” just before the age of 15.
Louis Bernard Colombo was born in Brockton, Ma on August 20, 1927 and resided there until the age of 18 when he left to join the Army. During his service there, Lou often had his trumpet by his side and performed with a military band during World War II.
He was a talented baseball player in high-school,
Joe Bargar is a veteran of the New England music scene. Having grown up in Providence, RI,Joe had the opportunity to appear with such legendary acts as Roomful Of Blues, Scott Hamilton, Duke Robillard, James Montgomery, and The Fabulous Thunderbirds. Living in New York City for most of the 70's and 80's, Joe played with performers such as Sly &The Family Stone, Robbie Robertson,