It's All in the Family at Music in the Courtyard
Jemima James and her son Willy Mason shared the bill as the Martha’s Vineyard Museum kicked off its 2021 Music in the Courtyard series.
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Spanning Genres, Black Eyed Susans Deliver
When the Black Eyed Susans take the stage the audience rises to the occasion, even if they don’t know exactly who is playing.
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Covid Memorial Concert Planned
Island pianist Adele Dreyer performs an online concert in memory of those lost.
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WMVY Changes Hosts
Matt Smith is the new host of the weekly Local Music Café, replacing Alison Hammond.
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Island Time Gives Young Band Some Creative Juice
Maia Coleman
Toil!’s sound blends an array of genres from folk to rock. The group recorded their second EP last week on the Vineyard.
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Kate Taylor Reunites With Peter Asher for New Album
Louisa Hufstader
In the fall of 1970, Kate Taylor made her way from Martha’s Vineyard to Los Angeles, to record her first album. Nearly half a century later, she and Peter Asher are working together again on a new one.
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Nevertheless, LadyFest Persisted
Louisa Hufstader
Neither global pandemic nor autumn storm could keep the organizers and musicians of LadyFest from their annual mission: to help Island victims of domestic violence.
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Library Given Grand Piano
Pianist and former Island restaurateur David Crohan has donated a Mason and Hamlin grand piano to the Edgartown Library.
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Singing the Pandemic Blues Is Not Just a Figure of Speech
Noah Asimow
When the government shutdown began in late March, it dealt a knockout punch to the Island’s once-bustling music scene.
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PickPocket Bluegrass Band Gets Back in the Groove
Louisa Hufstader
On Thursday evening about 40 fans of all ages enjoyed a socially-distanced performance by the PickPocket Bluegrass Band at the Martha’s Vineyard Museum.
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