Canceled due to building issues Next time “We want more community members, adults, night school students," The blues sessions are led by veteran bluesman and audio engineer Chuck Ochs
Chuck Ochs with Special guest Bonnie Wheat
About Us: Our History and Mission The Falmouth Art Market, which is slated to begin its 6th season, was the brainchild of Marty Tulloch. Marty, a retired school teacher, headed the Falmouth Arts Council for many years. Having always maintained a passion for supporting local artists and musicians, his goal in creating the Falmouth Art Market was to give local artists an affordable venue for selling and advertising their work to both residents and visitors. Since its inception, there have been no fees required for participation in the market; instead artists give a portion of their sales back to maintain the support of its operation. The Falmouth Art Market is a proud supporter the Falmouth Cultural Council.
Sounds Like: Robert Johnson, Sleepy John Estes, Scrapper Blackwell, Paul Geremia, John Hamond
I am one of a very small group of singer-guitar players in the New England area who perform the old blues and ragtime styles that were common in the Southern US, prior to World War II.
I Started down this road around 1960 but wasn't much of a player for a long time, as I had a really hard time ...See Full Bio
Blues jam Oct3 Rondileau Campus Center in Bridgewater Dining Center https://microsites.bridgew.edu/commencement/maps-and-directions
“The blues sessions are led by veteran bluesman and audio engineer Chuck Ochs, who has led a half-dozen open-mike jams across the area. The East Bridgewater resident has a special interest in pre-World War II blues, Running said. “He knows more about that than anybody I’ve ever spoken to,” he said. Ochs, who plays the five-string banjo, blues mandolin, and autoharp in addition to electric and acoustic guitar, and also repairs instruments, says the blues sessions “change each time. You never know who will show up,” noting that they typically draw 20 to 25 people, though not all play.”