Saturday, November 1st • 7:30pm •THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT
2014 marks 40 years since Maria Muldaur had a monster, world-wide hit with her career-making song ”Midnight at the Oasis”, and she’s made 40 albums since then. She’ll be singing that signature tune and many others from her 50 year career in “Way Past Midnight,” a multi-media retrospective show she has created to celebrate this milestone. In addition to being the queen of American roots music, Maria is one of the great storytellers of her musical generation, and she’ll be peppering her show with priceless anecdotes about her longtime friendships with Bob Dylan, Taj Mahal, John Sebastian, Bonnie Raitt, Janis Joplin and many of the greatest names in music.
Friday, November 7th• 7:30pm • $22 General, $38 Preferred • BUY TICKETS HERE
Fall is here and singer-songwriter, Kami Lyle, is bringing two singer songwriters to The Wellfleet Preservation Hall On Friday November 7th, 2014. Her special guests are singer-songwriter-storyteller, Claudia Nygaard from Nashville & New England’s own legendary rock-roots-singer-songwriter, Dennis Brennan from Boston. Nygaard's latest CD “Let The Storm Roll In” rose to the coveted #1 position on the Roots Country Chart and #8 on the Folk DJ Chart - with every one of her self-penned compositions receiving airplay. The album received glowing reviews from the press that included five stars from Americana benchmark “Maverick” magazine. Dennis Brennan is one of the Boston area's leading rock/roots singer/songwriters, and has been nominated for 4 NEMO awards and has won 2 NEMO awards for "Outstanding Roots Rock Band. On several nights a week, Brennan bops around New England clubs with a passion that is all too rare in today's homogenized music climate. His songs have been acquired for use in films and television, notably the movies "Copland", "The Matthew Shepard Story", and "Clockwatchers". READ MORE HERE
Saturday, November 8th• 4:30pm - 6pm • $25
Wednesday, November 12th• 7:00pm • $15 • BUY TICKETS HERE
Join us for a unique evening of performance and presentation about the historic dune shacks of Provincetown. Presented by the Provincetown Library & Sailor Beware.This two-part program includes a performance of a new one act play by Provincetown's Jody O'Neil, followed by "Pages From The Dunes", a retrospecitive exhibit featuring two decades of never before displayed original art from the famed C-Scape dune shack journals and color print blow-ups, along with a Q & A. READ MORE HERE