Saturday, March 18, 2017

Folk harmonies and olde tyme bluegrass this weekend in Franklin

While you may not have been able to get tickets to the sold out performances of Beauty and the Beast at THE BLACK BOX this weekend, there are other options for musical entertainment.


THE BOXCAR LILIES - with Mike Laureanno - March 18th 8PM $20  

Combining spine-tingling three-part harmony and savvy songwriting, The Boxcar Lilies have made a name for themselves with their signature mix of folk, country, blues, and bluegrass-tinged Americana music.

Though each member of the Massachusetts-based trio has a distinct and exceptional singing talent, Jenny Goodspeed (electric bass), Stephanie Marshall (washboard, cajón), and Susan Cattaneo (guitar) deftly weave their voices into a delicious whole – a sound that is sometimes delicate, sometimes gritty, but always innovative and soul-stirring.

Their trademark harmonies may have put the band on the Americana music map, but their genuine and charming stage presence and off-the-cuff banter helped keep them there. They've brought their engaging live show to venues across the Northeast and beyond, including The Iron Horse Music Hall, Caffé Lena, Club Passim, and Philadelphia's Tin Angel.

THE BOXCAR LILIES - with Mike Laureanno - March 18th 8PM $20
THE BOXCAR LILIES - with Mike Laureanno - March 18th 8PM $20

Please call (508)528-2541 or visit to purchase tickets or for more information. 


"Keep On The Grass provides traditional and old tyme Bluegrass Music for all occasions in the Boston area. We play private parties, corporate events and music festivals. 
The band is Joe Rebeiro on acoustic guitar and vocals, Brian Sargent on mandolin, acoustic guitar and vocals, and Ted Mello on upright bass and vocals. 
With 3 part harmonies and a groovin rhythm section these boys will get you on your feet dancing and singing along with familiar bluegrass songs!"

Keep on the Grass - Concert Sunday Mar 19, at the Franklin Library

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