Doors open at 8pm
$15 adv and $18 at the door
Must be 21+
Originally created by Andrew Gravel (vocals, guitar), The Gravel Project is an all star band of Boston music veterans including brother, Jordan Gravel (organ,keys), Dave Fox (drums), Eguie Castrillo (percussion) and Sarah Seminski(vocals). The Gravel Project’s live show blends rock, world music and jazz with power and soul. Carrying the tradition of 70’s blues and psychedelic rock music, The Gravel Project embodies the spirit of Santana combined with the classic raw energy and moving songwriting of The Allman Brothers and Tedeschi Trucks Band. With three studio albums and countless past performances, the future is bright for Boston’s The Gravel Project, and as the title of their 2022 studio album suggests, there are “Many Miles Ahead.”
A beloved fixture in the Boston music scene for more than 25 years, Tim Gearan has become a bonafide local music hero. His warm, raspy baritone, jaw-dropping guitar skills and wry, poignant songwriting have graced the bars, pubs, and music halls throughout New England and beyond, creating a loyal cult-like following. Gearan, a New York native, spent ten years touring as a sideman for the great Toni Lynn Washington, as well as collaborating with Grammy-winning singer/guitarist Susan Tedeschi. Finding his own artistic voice, Gearan began writing and performing on his own, crafting an intoxicating blend of Americana, folk and blues with shades of Randy Newman, Tom Waits, JJ Cale, Leon Russell and Lowell George. He quickly established himself as a force in the Boston’s resurgent roots music scene, and his Boston area residencies have become a “can’t miss” staple of the city’s nightlife. Gearan has released 7 albums to date, with the most recent entitled “I Thought You Were Somebody Else” released in the summer of 2019, followed by his single releases; “While the World Goes By” (2019) “It’s Not the End of the World” (2019) “Hey, Hey, Hey” (2020) and “Talk About Heaven” (2020).
“Tim Gearan is just Too talented to remain a local hero”- Boston Globe
“Tim’s songs are near enough to the source of things that any player wants to get near them, it’s like a watering hole, just a natural phenomenon; it’s where the critters gather.” -songwriter/collaborator, Peter Mulvey