Streaming Tuesdays

Time: Tuesdays 7 PM to 8PM Eastern Time

Our Show: The pandemic forced us to learn how to stream shows directly from the performer's studio. It has proven to be such fun that we are going to keep doing it each Tuesday night.

Attendance is free. 100% of donations go to the Artists.

Featured Performer: Michele Gedney
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“Grateful”

Michele Gedney, of the duo, Open Book, started writing songs at 7 and spent the last 23 years performing and recording with her late husband, Rick Gedney.
Since Rick’s passing, Michele finished and released their fifth and final album, “Leaning In” in September 2023, to critical acclaim.  She is a founding co-leader and teacher at Dar Williams’ “Writing a Song that Matters” retreat, in its 12th year. Michele’s songs are an honest expression of universal life experience, enabling listeners to connect intimately for a moving and beautiful shared musical experience.  Her songs have received numerous awards and her song “Go” has been released by Cry Cry Cry (Williams, Kaplansky, Shindell) on their 2020 album,
“Live at the Freight”.

Featured Performer: Aaron Nathans
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“Dr. Joelson's Bag”

Aaron Nathans is a Philadelphia-based alternative folk music singer, songwriter and recording artist with a distinct sound, due in large part to a combination of rhythmic acoustic guitar, wide-ranging baritone vocals and beautiful melodies that you won’t soon forget. When pairing that with talented songwriting that touches on everyday life and easily connects with audiences, you’ll see why Aaron is someone you won’t want to miss.

Aaron has a unique brand of storytelling. He writes about things no one else has written about before. He creates an unforgettable listening experience that keeps audiences on the edge of their seat.

Featured Performer: Mark Aaron James
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“I Hate NY”

Raised in FL, schooled in TN, and polished in both New York and London, Mark Aaron James is an acoustic music powerhouse. Performing songs from his 9 critically acclaimed albums, along with several viral songs online, Mark has won multiple awards for both his songwriting, and recordings. He has performed his quirky, humorous, acoustic pop music everywhere from the White House, to London’s Vaudeville Theatre, The Bluebird Cafe, and countless prestigious venues around the world. Now working on two new theater projects, his new musical, HERO, was a semi-finalist for the Eugene O’Neil Theater Festival.

Featured Performer: Zoë Lewis
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“Never Too Old”

Zoë Lewis, affectionately known as “a band in a body,” brings vintage jazz and world beats to life with her eclectic talent, playing anything from piano to spoons. Originally from the UK, she’s made Provincetown, MA, her home for 30 years. She has traveled to over 70 countries, released ten albums, toured with the Indigo Girls, Judy Collins, Richie Havens, Nanci Griffiths and has even opened for Pat Benatar on the ukulele! Her music features in films, on Broadway, and Netflix’s StoryBots. Zoë has written three musicals, leads a 1920s jazz show, and her new album, “BLINK,” will debut in June.

Featured Performer: Bruce Sudano
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“Starting Over Again”

American singer-songwriter Bruce Sudano has a storied history in music. His unique journey began with a songwriting mentorship from Tommy James, co-founding Alive ‘N Kickin’ and Brooklyn Dreams, and seeing his work recorded by iconic artists like Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, Michael & Jermaine Jackson. But his most fruitful association began working with his future wife Donna Summer and co-writing her smash hit “Bad Girls”. The tragedy of her passing started Bruce on a new journey writing, recording, and touring for himself. Bruce’s musical capabilities blend philosophical, spiritual, love, and social consciousness ideas, expressing internal challenges with exquisite story telling.

Featured Performer: Michele Gedney
 
“Grateful”

Michele Gedney, of the duo, Open Book, started writing songs at 7 and spent the last 23 years performing and recording with her late husband, Rick Gedney.
Since Rick’s passing, Michele finished and released their fifth and final album, “Leaning In” in September 2023, to critical acclaim.  She is a founding co-leader and teacher at Dar Williams’ “Writing a Song that Matters” retreat, in its 12th year. Michele’s songs are an honest expression of universal life experience, enabling listeners to connect intimately for a moving and beautiful shared musical experience.  Her songs have received numerous awards and her song “Go” has been released by Cry Cry Cry (Williams, Kaplansky, Shindell) on their 2020 album,
“Live at the Freight”.

Featured Performer: Aaron Nathans
 
“Dr. Joelson's Bag”

Aaron Nathans is a Philadelphia-based alternative folk music singer, songwriter and recording artist with a distinct sound, due in large part to a combination of rhythmic acoustic guitar, wide-ranging baritone vocals and beautiful melodies that you won’t soon forget. When pairing that with talented songwriting that touches on everyday life and easily connects with audiences, you’ll see why Aaron is someone you won’t want to miss.

Aaron has a unique brand of storytelling. He writes about things no one else has written about before. He creates an unforgettable listening experience that keeps audiences on the edge of their seat.

Featured Performer: Mark Aaron James
 
“I Hate NY”

Raised in FL, schooled in TN, and polished in both New York and London, Mark Aaron James is an acoustic music powerhouse. Performing songs from his 9 critically acclaimed albums, along with several viral songs online, Mark has won multiple awards for both his songwriting, and recordings. He has performed his quirky, humorous, acoustic pop music everywhere from the White House, to London’s Vaudeville Theatre, The Bluebird Cafe, and countless prestigious venues around the world. Now working on two new theater projects, his new musical, HERO, was a semi-finalist for the Eugene O’Neil Theater Festival.

Featured Performer: Zoë Lewis
 
“Never Too Old”

Zoë Lewis, affectionately known as “a band in a body,” brings vintage jazz and world beats to life with her eclectic talent, playing anything from piano to spoons. Originally from the UK, she’s made Provincetown, MA, her home for 30 years. She has traveled to over 70 countries, released ten albums, toured with the Indigo Girls, Judy Collins, Richie Havens, Nanci Griffiths and has even opened for Pat Benatar on the ukulele! Her music features in films, on Broadway, and Netflix’s StoryBots. Zoë has written three musicals, leads a 1920s jazz show, and her new album, “BLINK,” will debut in June.

Featured Performer: Bruce Sudano
 
“Starting Over Again”

American singer-songwriter Bruce Sudano has a storied history in music. His unique journey began with a songwriting mentorship from Tommy James, co-founding Alive ‘N Kickin’ and Brooklyn Dreams, and seeing his work recorded by iconic artists like Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, Michael & Jermaine Jackson. But his most fruitful association began working with his future wife Donna Summer and co-writing her smash hit “Bad Girls”. The tragedy of her passing started Bruce on a new journey writing, recording, and touring for himself. Bruce’s musical capabilities blend philosophical, spiritual, love, and social consciousness ideas, expressing internal challenges with exquisite story telling.

Featured Performer: Michele Gedney
“Grateful”

Michele Gedney, of the duo, Open Book, started writing songs at 7 and spent the last 23 years performing and recording with her late husband, Rick Gedney.
Since Rick’s passing, Michele finished and released their fifth and final album, “Leaning In” in September 2023, to critical acclaim.  She is a founding co-leader and teacher at Dar Williams’ “Writing a Song that Matters” retreat, in its 12th year. Michele’s songs are an honest expression of universal life experience, enabling listeners to connect intimately for a moving and beautiful shared musical experience.  Her songs have received numerous awards and her song “Go” has been released by Cry Cry Cry (Williams, Kaplansky, Shindell) on their 2020 album,
“Live at the Freight”.

Featured Performer: Aaron Nathans
“Dr. Joelson's Bag”

Aaron Nathans is a Philadelphia-based alternative folk music singer, songwriter and recording artist with a distinct sound, due in large part to a combination of rhythmic acoustic guitar, wide-ranging baritone vocals and beautiful melodies that you won’t soon forget. When pairing that with talented songwriting that touches on everyday life and easily connects with audiences, you’ll see why Aaron is someone you won’t want to miss.

Aaron has a unique brand of storytelling. He writes about things no one else has written about before. He creates an unforgettable listening experience that keeps audiences on the edge of their seat.

Featured Performer: Mark Aaron James
“I Hate NY”

Raised in FL, schooled in TN, and polished in both New York and London, Mark Aaron James is an acoustic music powerhouse. Performing songs from his 9 critically acclaimed albums, along with several viral songs online, Mark has won multiple awards for both his songwriting, and recordings. He has performed his quirky, humorous, acoustic pop music everywhere from the White House, to London’s Vaudeville Theatre, The Bluebird Cafe, and countless prestigious venues around the world. Now working on two new theater projects, his new musical, HERO, was a semi-finalist for the Eugene O’Neil Theater Festival.

Featured Performer: Zoë Lewis
“Never Too Old”

Zoë Lewis, affectionately known as “a band in a body,” brings vintage jazz and world beats to life with her eclectic talent, playing anything from piano to spoons. Originally from the UK, she’s made Provincetown, MA, her home for 30 years. She has traveled to over 70 countries, released ten albums, toured with the Indigo Girls, Judy Collins, Richie Havens, Nanci Griffiths and has even opened for Pat Benatar on the ukulele! Her music features in films, on Broadway, and Netflix’s StoryBots. Zoë has written three musicals, leads a 1920s jazz show, and her new album, “BLINK,” will debut in June.

Featured Performer: Bruce Sudano
“Starting Over Again”

American singer-songwriter Bruce Sudano has a storied history in music. His unique journey began with a songwriting mentorship from Tommy James, co-founding Alive ‘N Kickin’ and Brooklyn Dreams, and seeing his work recorded by iconic artists like Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, Michael & Jermaine Jackson. But his most fruitful association began working with his future wife Donna Summer and co-writing her smash hit “Bad Girls”. The tragedy of her passing started Bruce on a new journey writing, recording, and touring for himself. Bruce’s musical capabilities blend philosophical, spiritual, love, and social consciousness ideas, expressing internal challenges with exquisite story telling.

Featured Performer: Michele Gedney
“Grateful”

Michele Gedney, of the duo, Open Book, started writing songs at 7 and spent the last 23 years performing and recording with her late husband, Rick Gedney.
Since Rick’s passing, Michele finished and released their fifth and final album, “Leaning In” in September 2023, to critical acclaim.  She is a founding co-leader and teacher at Dar Williams’ “Writing a Song that Matters” retreat, in its 12th year. Michele’s songs are an honest expression of universal life experience, enabling listeners to connect intimately for a moving and beautiful shared musical experience.  Her songs have received numerous awards and her song “Go” has been released by Cry Cry Cry (Williams, Kaplansky, Shindell) on their 2020 album,
“Live at the Freight”.

Featured Performer: Aaron Nathans
“Dr. Joelson's Bag”

Aaron Nathans is a Philadelphia-based alternative folk music singer, songwriter and recording artist with a distinct sound, due in large part to a combination of rhythmic acoustic guitar, wide-ranging baritone vocals and beautiful melodies that you won’t soon forget. When pairing that with talented songwriting that touches on everyday life and easily connects with audiences, you’ll see why Aaron is someone you won’t want to miss.

Aaron has a unique brand of storytelling. He writes about things no one else has written about before. He creates an unforgettable listening experience that keeps audiences on the edge of their seat.

Featured Performer: Mark Aaron James
“I Hate NY”

Raised in FL, schooled in TN, and polished in both New York and London, Mark Aaron James is an acoustic music powerhouse. Performing songs from his 9 critically acclaimed albums, along with several viral songs online, Mark has won multiple awards for both his songwriting, and recordings. He has performed his quirky, humorous, acoustic pop music everywhere from the White House, to London’s Vaudeville Theatre, The Bluebird Cafe, and countless prestigious venues around the world. Now working on two new theater projects, his new musical, HERO, was a semi-finalist for the Eugene O’Neil Theater Festival.

Featured Performer: Zoë Lewis
“Never Too Old”

Zoë Lewis, affectionately known as “a band in a body,” brings vintage jazz and world beats to life with her eclectic talent, playing anything from piano to spoons. Originally from the UK, she’s made Provincetown, MA, her home for 30 years. She has traveled to over 70 countries, released ten albums, toured with the Indigo Girls, Judy Collins, Richie Havens, Nanci Griffiths and has even opened for Pat Benatar on the ukulele! Her music features in films, on Broadway, and Netflix’s StoryBots. Zoë has written three musicals, leads a 1920s jazz show, and her new album, “BLINK,” will debut in June.

Featured Performer: Bruce Sudano
“Starting Over Again”

American singer-songwriter Bruce Sudano has a storied history in music. His unique journey began with a songwriting mentorship from Tommy James, co-founding Alive ‘N Kickin’ and Brooklyn Dreams, and seeing his work recorded by iconic artists like Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, Michael & Jermaine Jackson. But his most fruitful association began working with his future wife Donna Summer and co-writing her smash hit “Bad Girls”. The tragedy of her passing started Bruce on a new journey writing, recording, and touring for himself. Bruce’s musical capabilities blend philosophical, spiritual, love, and social consciousness ideas, expressing internal challenges with exquisite story telling.