Rescheduled Free Concert with Paul Harty’s Stringband
Wakefield Common – Sunday, August 28, 5 to 7pm
Area friends are invited to celebrate the final show of Linden Tree Coffeehouse’s Thirty-seventh season with a free concert by The Paul Harty Stringband. The Sunday, August 28th show will be on the Bandstand from 5 to 7 pm. Bring your chairs or blankets and picnic suppers to enjoy live music and a sunset over Lake Quannapowitt. Hopefully, Mother Nature will be cooperative.
The Paul Harty Stringband is a group of old friends who got together in 2020 during the covid lockdown to perform outside at Newburyport’s Waterfront Park
Paul Harty vocals guitar, harmonica, fiddle, etc., is a former Wakefield resident and an early founder of the Linden Tree Coffeehouse. The Stringband plays mostly folk, Irish, country, swing, and bluegrass.
Jon Stone Electric bass vocals gigs with Celtic, bluegrass, country, rock, folk, and country-rock configurations. And John runs open mikes on the North Shore
Pam Taylor vocals mandolin and fiddle learned piano while in elementary school in Lewiston Maine. She played country rock music in the 1970s and later discovered a passion for the fiddle and mandolin, playing Irish music, Quebecois, and bluegrass.
John Hicks (guitar, uke, lap steel) played at the Gaslight Cafe in Greenwich Village the night it closed. He played the Greenwich Village folk scene, theater on- and off-Broadway, swing music in Texas and a blues band in Tulsa. He plays jazz, blues, country and anything he can get his hands on.
The Linden Tree Coffeehouse is planning to resume live concerts this fall in the social hall of. The Unitarian Universalist Church, 326 Main St. Wakefield.
Shows recorded from our past season can be found on our Facebook and Youtube pages. Best to link in through our website. Donations to our PayPal page or a check made out to Linden Tree Coffeehouse mailed to 8 Dexter Lane, Wakefield, MA 01880 will help us continue to bring local and national performers to our venue.
For more information LindenTreeCoffeehouse.org. or call 781 246-2836.