Grace Morrison Opens New Season of Shows at The Blue Moon Coffeehouse, Sat. Sept 19th

September 8, 2015

Music & Entertainment, Top News

The Blue Moon Coffeehouse in Rockland opens its new season on Saturday, September 19th at 7:30 p.m. with the music of Grace Morrison. Grace is an award winning Cape Cod-based singer/songwriter.   Grace and her former band, the RSO,  won WPRI-12’s Big Break Competition and, as a result, a video of the song “The Trouble” was featured during the American Idol finale. They were also named Limelight Magazine Band of the Year in 2014.  Grace now leads a new band which has performed at some New England’s most influential venues including the Zeiterian Theater, The Narrows Center for the Arts, The Spire Center for the Arts, The New Bedford Folk Festival, Muses in the Vineyard, and The Gratitude Festival.   Grace’s career has included stints as a backup singer for Eddie Money and performances with rock legends including Chris Slade of AC/DC and The Firm, Greg Douglass of The Steve Miller Band, Joey Molland of Badfinger, Carmine Appice of Vanilla Fudge and Jimmy Baine of Dio.  Her latest single “One of the Angels” (featuring Pete Francis from Dispatch) can be purchased on iTunes and Amazon. Her latest album titled Redemption will be released on February 14, 2015. Between sets by Grace and her band, there will be an open mike.  Tickets are $10 at the door; children 12 and under are free. The address is Channing Church, 45 Webster St. Rockland, MA.   For more information, check out the Blue Moon Coffeehouse website ( or the Facebook page.

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