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Sharon House Concerts

34 Livingston Road Sharon, Ma. 02067

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All shows start at 7:30 p.m.

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To reserve seats at any house concert, email: lees@resourceful.com or call 781 784 4408 and let me know how many people will be in your party.

"Come for the food, stay for the music!"

They will be here in a modified form because of space limitations


Tickets are $20 donation


November 8th

Jeffery Scroggins and Colorado

I met Jeff last year at Nerfa and was impressed by him and his playing immediately. Last week he came to Kansas City where I was for Folk Alliance. He had brought his son and part of his band with him. His son is this amazing 18 y.o. mandolin player who also has a true love for what he is playing.and the bass player is now K.C. Groves formerly of Uncle Earl. Great vocals by the guitar player Greg Blake.Jeff has won dozens of banjo competitions and his son has won a few. This is one of the best bluegrass bands I have ever heard and am very proud to have them here. I may say "not to be missed" but in this case they will be headlining Joe Val soon.

He has entered many banjo compititions and won over 70 of them including Winfield.


Tickets are $20 donation Buy tickets Here




Nov 20th

Jim Kweskin and Happy Traum

These guys are living legends and I am absolutely crazy with joy they are coming


Tickets are $25 donation




March 28th

Ocean Celtic Orchestra

The OCEAN ORCHESTRA is Celtic Music for Ancient Moderns! A place where Scottish and Irish jigs meet a rock and roll rhythm section, and ancient ballads meet shimmering electronics... Genre-bending composer/bandleader Jennifer Cutting takes all that’s fun about pop music and blends it with all that’s timelessly beautiful about the Celtic tradition





April 18th

David Bennet Cohen formerly pianist

for Country Joe and the


David Bennett Cohen (born August 4, 1942), is an American musician best known as the original keyboardist for the late-1960s psychedelic rock and blues band Country Joe and the Fish. Cohen was born in Brooklyn, New York. He studied classical piano from the age of seven, and later learned to play guitar. When he was fourteen, he heard boogie-woogie piano for the first time, and from then on his playing was influenced by boogie-woogie, as well as piano blues. When he was young he attended live performances of Otis Spann, Professor Longhair, Meade Lux Lewis, Pete Seeger, Joshua Rifkin and Josh White, among others. In April 1961, he was one of the musicians involved in the "Beatnik Riot" in Washington Square Park, protesting against the authorities' refusal to allow musicians permits to play in the park. As a guitarist, who performed regularly in Greenwich Village, he started a folk group, the Lane County Bachelors, with Artie Traum . The band bought me a Farfisa organ and I started playing that. Of course, I had no idea of what to do with it, so I started to steal my own guitar licks. I would get these reviews saying what a unique style I had. The reality was that I had no idea what I was doing. Of course, eventually I did learn to play it.

He was a member of Country Joe and the Fish from December 1965 to January 1969, and played on their first two albums, Electric Music for the Mind and Body and I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-to-Die, as well as several tracks on their third album, Together] Record producer Sam Charters regarded him as "musically more experienced" than the other band members


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David teaches Boogie woogie piano


Video of Davids group The Former Members

The Former Members comprise core members of all three bands -- Bruce Barthol and David Bennet Cohen (Country Joe & The Fish), Roy Blumenfeld (The Blues Project) and Greg Douglass (Steve Miller Band)














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