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: 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: Eric Sommer
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“ My Little Home Town”

Singer/songwriter Eric Sommer is an unbelievable intersection of improbable influences and experiences channeled into an amazingly diverse catalog and a résumé that reads more like a musical adventure novel than a series of career bullet points…

Sommer emerged from Boston at 17, on a tour with Little Feat, starting a musical journey in front of, behind, next to or alongside of everyone from John Mayall, John Hammond Jr. & David Bromberg, Chris Smither, Jerry Douglas, Leon Redbone, Dr. John to The Cars, The Dead Kennedys and then in London with Nick Lowe, Dave Edmonds, Wreckless Eric, Bram Tchaikovsky, The Pretenders…

Sommer emerged from Boston at 17, on a tour with Little Feat, starting a musical journey in front of, behind, next to or alongside of everyone from John Mayall, John Hammond Jr. & David Bromberg, Chris Smither, Jerry Douglas, Leon Redbone, Dr. John to The Cars, The Dead Kennedys and then in London with Nick Lowe, Dave Edmonds, Wreckless Eric, Bram Tchaikovsky, The Pretenders…

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: Eric Sommer
 
“ My Little Home Town”

Singer/songwriter Eric Sommer is an unbelievable intersection of improbable influences and experiences channeled into an amazingly diverse catalog and a résumé that reads more like a musical adventure novel than a series of career bullet points…

Sommer emerged from Boston at 17, on a tour with Little Feat, starting a musical journey in front of, behind, next to or alongside of everyone from John Mayall, John Hammond Jr. & David Bromberg, Chris Smither, Jerry Douglas, Leon Redbone, Dr. John to The Cars, The Dead Kennedys and then in London with Nick Lowe, Dave Edmonds, Wreckless Eric, Bram Tchaikovsky, The Pretenders…

Sommer emerged from Boston at 17, on a tour with Little Feat, starting a musical journey in front of, behind, next to or alongside of everyone from John Mayall, John Hammond Jr. & David Bromberg, Chris Smither, Jerry Douglas, Leon Redbone, Dr. John to The Cars, The Dead Kennedys and then in London with Nick Lowe, Dave Edmonds, Wreckless Eric, Bram Tchaikovsky, The Pretenders…

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: Eric Sommer
“ My Little Home Town”

Singer/songwriter Eric Sommer is an unbelievable intersection of improbable influences and experiences channeled into an amazingly diverse catalog and a résumé that reads more like a musical adventure novel than a series of career bullet points…

Sommer emerged from Boston at 17, on a tour with Little Feat, starting a musical journey in front of, behind, next to or alongside of everyone from John Mayall, John Hammond Jr. & David Bromberg, Chris Smither, Jerry Douglas, Leon Redbone, Dr. John to The Cars, The Dead Kennedys and then in London with Nick Lowe, Dave Edmonds, Wreckless Eric, Bram Tchaikovsky, The Pretenders…

Sommer emerged from Boston at 17, on a tour with Little Feat, starting a musical journey in front of, behind, next to or alongside of everyone from John Mayall, John Hammond Jr. & David Bromberg, Chris Smither, Jerry Douglas, Leon Redbone, Dr. John to The Cars, The Dead Kennedys and then in London with Nick Lowe, Dave Edmonds, Wreckless Eric, Bram Tchaikovsky, The Pretenders…

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: Eric Sommer
“ My Little Home Town”

Singer/songwriter Eric Sommer is an unbelievable intersection of improbable influences and experiences channeled into an amazingly diverse catalog and a résumé that reads more like a musical adventure novel than a series of career bullet points…

Sommer emerged from Boston at 17, on a tour with Little Feat, starting a musical journey in front of, behind, next to or alongside of everyone from John Mayall, John Hammond Jr. & David Bromberg, Chris Smither, Jerry Douglas, Leon Redbone, Dr. John to The Cars, The Dead Kennedys and then in London with Nick Lowe, Dave Edmonds, Wreckless Eric, Bram Tchaikovsky, The Pretenders…

Sommer emerged from Boston at 17, on a tour with Little Feat, starting a musical journey in front of, behind, next to or alongside of everyone from John Mayall, John Hammond Jr. & David Bromberg, Chris Smither, Jerry Douglas, Leon Redbone, Dr. John to The Cars, The Dead Kennedys and then in London with Nick Lowe, Dave Edmonds, Wreckless Eric, Bram Tchaikovsky, The Pretenders…