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Bass gig: Robert Cedrone in Lexington on Sept. 25th

By Noah | September 16, 2010

Robert Cedrone and I will be appearing again this Saturday at the Starbucks (map) that’s on the north side of Lexington, MA (not the one in the center of town!)  Robert and I go on at about 7:20 PM and we’ll play until a bit after 8 PM, but there are also a couple of other groups on ahead of us, so come early.  In fact, we may wind up going on a bit early anyway depending how things go.

Robert plays acoustic guitar and sings a mix of covers including Van Morrison, Al Green, Southside Johnny, Roy Orbison, etc., and some originals too.   We’ll again be joined by Ron Chancey, who is a terrific guitar player.  Robert and Ron have for years been in the legendary Boston-area blues band, the Urge, and these local gigs give them a chance to get out and do something a bit quieter.

The gig will be at:

60 Bedford St
Lexington, MA 02420
(781) 863-1189

This is indeed the same day as my Rockin’ for KPM gig with Rock City Band, but with luck I’ll make it down from Dracut to Lexington with a few minutes to spare.  (Go figure:  no gigs for 3 months, and then two the same day.  I’ll be back with Rock City at Mickee’s in Billerica for a full length gig the evening of Saturday, October 9th too.)

UPDATE: Writeup on the gig from the event organizers

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