The Blue Moon Coffeehouse Season Kicks Off with Celtic Duo, The Lindsays, on Sat. Oct 13th

October 5, 2012

Music & Entertainment, Top News

Join us under the twinkling blue lights on Saturday, October 13th as the Blue Moon Coffeehouse in Rockland opens its fifth season of shows with Celtic husband and wife duo, The Lindsays. For more than ten years, The Lindsays have created an eclectic fusion of traditional Irish ballads, jigs and reels with contemporary rock and folk for an honest acoustic delivery – with an edge. The Lindsays swing smoothly from traditional jigs and reels to an earthy full-band configuration that includes fiddle, bass, percussion, and sometimes more. Their debut studio CD, “From the Green to the Blue,” was released in November 2011 and establishes a unique sound planted firmly in the Irish tradition but blending instruments, rhythms, and textures from other worlds. Susan plays sax, Irish flute, and whistle, and Stephen, a native of Dublin, Ireland, plays guitar and sings. Between sets by The Lindsays, there will be an open mic. The show starts at 7:30.  Tickets are $7 at the door. Children 12 and under are free. The address is Channing Unitarian Universalist Church, 45 Webster St., Rockland, MA, located just beside the post office. For more information, visit . You can also listen to the band at their website:   In additon to great music and great company, we’ll have great snacks and Equal Exchange, Fair Trade Coffee.    Hope to see you there!

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