Sat. Sept. 14th, Cold Chocolate Kicks Off New Season of Shows at the Blue Moon Coffeehouse in Rockland

September 7, 2013

Music & Entertainment, Top News

The Blue Moon Coffeehouse opens a new season of shows with the band Cold Chocolate on September 14th.   Led by Ethan Robbins, Cold Chocolate is creating a unique sound in the world of Americana: bluegrass and roots music fused with a dash of funk.  On the banjo, the band features James McIver, an MIT physicist and winner of the 2012 Lowell Banjo and Fiddle Contest (hard to say which is more impressive there, the MIT thing or the Banjo/Fiddle contest isn’t it?).   Professional drummer, Ariel Bernstein, and bass player, Kirsten Lamb, add their own funk inflected groove to the band.  Between sets by the band, they’ll be an open mic and raffle. We’ll also have homemade snacks, Equal Exchange coffee and great company.   The shows starts at 7:30 and the address is Channing Unitarian Universalist Church, 45 Webster St. in Rockland.   Tickets are $7 for adults, kids 12 and under free.   For more info, visit  You can also listen to the band at and check out their promo video at
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