71 Hall St., Concord, NH, US, 03301

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    Renaissance
    Tupelo Music Hall November 01, 2014 8:00 PM
    2 Young Road
    Londonderry, NH 03053
    Known for its 1970s hits, Renaissance is a progressive rock band that was formed in 1969 in London by former Yardbirds members Keith Relf and Jim McCarty. The band released its eponymous debut LP in 1969 before embarking on its first tour with The Kinks. The tour was a unsuccessful due to the audience drawn by the British pop sound of The Kinks, and as a project devoted to the experimentation between folk, rock and classical music, Renaissance was received with minimal enthusiasm. The band was stripped down and built form the ground up. Relf became a producer and McCarty a songwriter as they build the band around vocalist Annie Haslam. Renaissance soon began releasing a string of hits including the 1973 track "Carpet of the Sun", 1974's "Mother Russia" and arguably its most recognizable song, "Northern Lights," a 1987 single featured on the A Song for All Seasons album. The band continues to write and release new material, including its 2010 EP The Mystic and The Muse, and its 2011 live album.
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    Danielle Miraglia
    Simple Gifts Coffee House: Unitarian Universalist Church of NashuaNovember 01, 2014 7:00 PM
    58 Lowell St
    Nashua, NH 03064
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    New Hampshire Wildcats
    Cowell StadiumNovember 01, 2014 6:00 PM
    145 Main Street
    Durham, NH 03824
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    Jason Anderson & Mara Flynn
    The Moffatt-Ladd House and GardenNovember 01, 2014 7:00 PM
    154 Market Street
    Portsmouth, NH 03801
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    Wild Adriatic and Forget, Forget
    The Press RoomNovember 01, 2014 9:00 PM
    77 Daniel Street
    Portsmouth, NH 03801
    Flawlessly tight with infectious melodies & tons of soul." - Relix
    "Full of rocking blues, soul, and depth." - Huffington Post
    "An act to get behind." - USAToday



    Forget, Forget's debut album, "We Are All," is driven by songwriter Tyler DeVos's work with adults living with mental illness. The lyrical content is a collage of quotes and excerpts uttered by people with psychosis who live in several of the group homes where he works. "DeVos puts those words – cloaked in metaphor and wild imagery, and yet strangely universal – to a sweeping soundtrack that heightens the otherworldly nature of the words," writes Emily Burnham of the Bangor Daily News.

    Their sound is lush, expansive, and multi-layered, yet it is crafted to be fundamentally accessible. It has been labeled as indie-rock and chamber-pop among other things. Guitar, synth, and string parts are layered atop a foundation of tight, driving drums and bass. Three- and four-part vocal harmonies fill out the arrangements lushly and beautifully. DeVos is the primary lead vocalist, with multi-instrumentalist Patia Maule contributing lead vocals on several songs.

    Seeing Forget, Forget perform live is an unforgettable experience. The music is delivered compellingly and passionately. Forget, Forget has won over crowds at numerous venues in Northern New England, including Port City Music Hall in Portland, ME, The Middle East Upstairs in Cambridge, MA, Rockwood Music Hall in New York City, and the Penobscot Theater in Bangor, ME.

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    Tommy Castro
    The Flying MonkeyNovember 01, 2014
    39 South Main Street
    Plymouth, NH 03264
    Widely considered to be one of the best living electric bluesmen, Tommy Castro has earned his well respected reputation over years of romplicking performances, where he honed his stage skill and energetic presence. Getting his start in the San Francisco Bay Area, Castro played a number of dingy small clubs until he was noticed by BB King in 2001, who asked Castro to open up for him on his North American tour.
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