Chamber Music Society Brings the Brass for Season Opener
Louisa Hufstader
The Chamber Music Society opened its summer season last night at the Old Whaling Church with the Infinity Brass quintet.
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Mavericks Bring the Heat, Swing and Depth
Holly Gleason
The Mavericks arrive on the Vineyard this week to play at the Performing Arts Center. “There are 12 of us,” said lead singer Raul Malo. “Eight onstage, four to keep us together, and 30 pieces of luggage.”
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“One of Benton Harmonica Boys” Is Here for Visit
Vineyard Gazette
He was walking along the state road with his wife up in West Tisbury. He carried a suitcase, and, although he did not actually wiggle his thumb, he looked hopefully back at the car.
 
His name is Manuel Tolegian of New York city, artist and former student of Thomas H. Benton, summer resident of Chilmark. When he was picked up by the Gazette reporter, he looked slightly warm but grateful, animated and eager. He has a thin, aesthetic face and long, slender hands.
 
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David Bromberg Goes Electric and Acoustic at the Old Whaling Church
Louisa Hufstader
The David Bromberg Quintet performed a set list that was a journey of 20th-century folk, blues and ballads at the Old Whaling Church on Monday night.
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Melu'uhane Returns to the Vineyard
Sam Low

Keikilane and Leokani Lindsey, of the Hawaiian father-son group Mele’uhane, first visited Martha’s Vineyard in June of 2016.

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Vineyard Haven Band Lays Down a Brassy Beat for 150 Years
Louisa Hufstader
After 149 summers of delighting audiences from down-Island bandstands and stages, the Vineyard Haven Band will perform on street level for its first-ever winter concert Dec. 16 at 1 p.m.
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Minnesinger Minstrels Are in Tune With the Holiday Mood
Louisa Hufstader
The regional high school Minnesingers return for their Christmas in Edgartown concerts this weekend, with a string of special guests.
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Woman Walk the Line Stays True to Women and Their Music
Bill Eville
Music journalist Holly Gleason's new book contains 27 essays written by women about a female country singer who changed their lives.
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For Jess Phaneuf, Music Always Sets the Pace
Steve Myrick
Jess Phaneuf, a familiar voice to listeners of WUMB, is small in stature and big in passionate personality.
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WUMB Concert Is a Hit With Vineyard Supporters
Steve Myrick
Singer songwriter Will Dailey delighted a crowd of Vineyard fans Saturday evening at the Strand Theatre.
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