Linden Place Mansion is thrilled to welcome acclaimed singer, actress, storyteller, and playwright Rose Weaver and her Honeysuckle Rose Band on Saturday, October 3rd at 4 pm. Rose Weaver and her band will be gracing the historic Linden Place gardens with their toe-tapping, hip-swinging, electric jazz and blues. From ballads, to shuffles, to the swing, the Honeysuckle Rose Band pays tribute to the passion and grooves of the time period in which these songs were created. Come and witness the voice that The Boston Globe states “has the rare ability to prompt laughter that turns into tears” while enjoying catered cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. The Honeysuckle Rose Band are frequent performers at the Providence arts festival PVDFest and at Waterfire, and have headlined for the Rhode Island Public Radio Celebrating 20 Years of Sound and Vision event at the Waterfire Arts Center. Rose Weaver is accompanied by Delbert Collins on keyboards, Dave Zinno, acoustic bass, Vinny Pagano, drums and percussion and Kirk Feather on sax, clarinet and flute. The performance takes place in the Linden Place gardens at 500 Hope Street, Bristol. Tickets are $85 and $75 for members and include table seating, cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Reservations are required as social distancing rules are in place, and seating is limited. In the case of rain, the concert will be moved to the open-air Linden Place Ballroom. To purchase tickets, click the link below or call (401)253-0390. *This event is made possible by the generous sponsorship of Robert & Myra Page and Pranzi Catering & Events. We thank them for their support!
October 3, 2020 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
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This Centre Street Session features two sets by the Tim Ray Trio (5:30p and 7:15p, and streaming thereafter at AHA New Bedford’s Facebook page) with Dave Zinno on bass and Mark Walker on drums.
Until the pandemic shut live music down, Tim was touring as music director and pianist for Tony Bennett, and his recent CD with Terri Lyne Carrington and John Patitucci made the top 10 in the JazzWeek National Radio Chart.
Centre Street Sessions usually take place in the Summer months of June through September outside, in the parking lot of Fiber Optic Center, in the heart of the Historic District and within the Whaling Heritage Historical National Park. Sponsored by AHA, Fiber Optic Center and Whaling City Sound these concerts have showcased many performers and enabled people to enjoy world class music in a relaxed, informal and acoustically comfortable setting.
This performance was recorded earlier in July in the chapel of the renovated Steeple Playhouse new home of the 70+ year old Your Theatre and formerly the First Baptist Church. Renovation is being overseen and supported by the non-profit Waterfront Historic Area LeaguE (WHALE, www.waterfrontleague.org). Professional quality audio, as well as video, was done by John Farrell of Middlehouse Sound. For the last 8 years, Your Theatre has also produced the widely acclaimed New Bedford JazzFest, held on the waterfront near downtown, and surrounded by New Bedford’s record setting fishing fleet.
Watch: Set 1 / Set 2
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Watch the Tim Ray Trio featuring Dave Zinno (bass) and Mark Walker (drums) perform virtually on August 13, part of the #VirtualAHA Centre Street Sessions, click here for more info!