Upton House Concerts
Sent to Attendees, Upton, MA 01568
Phone: 617-899-0799
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This is my final reminder for hte YaYas show on the 27th.  I'm hoping some of you that haven't requested seats are just making sure things have calmed down in the Boston area and are now looking for a great way to get back to a little normal living and enjoying a great night of music.  We have plenty of seats left so far and I'm hoping some of the new folks that joined us for the Phil Henry show will consider coming again.  Please let me know.



617.899.0799 or rmattson@charter.net




The YaYas have been on stage at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival as well as the Kerrville Folk Festival and in small towns and large cities all over the country.  Writers are great songs and fine musicians I've been following them around for years alway thrilled so hear what new music they're bringing to the table.  This is the last show until Fall and I know we're going to have a full house with great performers from away and two local favorites with their own followings, so call or email soon.  


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Please reserve you seats at 617-899-0799 or rmattson@charter.net

PLAY Sat Sep 20 14, 07:00 PM
Smooth Hound Smith, Rob Siegel
Tickets: 15
Welcome to our new season!!!! I'm really excited to have some great artists coming this year, and we're starting out with a duo from Nashville, Smooth Hound Smith (smoothhoundsmith.com)! I could go on and on about how astounding they are, but let me give you some other opinions: "The effervescent duo of Zack Smith and Caitlin Doyle (a.k.a. Smooth Hound Smith)...make you realize where the (Civil) Wars could have gone with a little more guts and a smidge more booze. SHS will swirl through breezily sweet sunny afternoon folk, on their way to gritting it up with plank-banging junky and grimy blues rock." ~ The Sacramento Bee "Smooth Hound Smith sounds like what would happen if you boiled the best things about The Black Keys and Kings of Leon down to their essence, stripped out the over-production, added some impassioned female vocals and wrapped it all in a swaggering Country/Soul bow." ~ CityBeat Opening for Smooth Hound Smith will be Rob Siegel (www.robsiegel.com) who is not only one of the finest singer/songwriters in New England, but an author and contributor to Road & Track. How much cooler can he get? This will be a fantastic night and I can't wait! Get your reservations in early!!! -Rob rmattson@charter.net or 6178-899-0799
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