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We are a few minutes walk from the North Station-Haverhill Commuter Rail and the 136/137 Bus Line

LINDEN TREE COFFEEHOUSE
Unitarian Universalist Church
326 Main Street
Wakefield, MA 01880

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 Welcome to the Linden Tree Coffeehouse!

 Presenting the Finest of Folk Music since 1985

All shows start at 8:00 pm     Door opens at 7:30 pm
unless otherwise noted in the specific show description

To reserve seats or for more information,
call 781-246-2836
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Coming up:

Our 2014-2015 Season with
The Finest of
Folk Music!


September 27, 2014
Vance Gilbert

October 11, 2014
A World Music Days Show

Lou & Peter Berryman and Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen

November  1, 2014
Michael Smith

December  13, 2014
Bill Staines, MacIssac and Ross opening

January 10, 2015
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen

February 7, 2015
Jim Henry and Curt Bessette

March 7, 2015
Christine Lavin and Don White

April 11, 2015
Claudia Russell and Cosy Sheridan

May 2, 2015
Robbie O’Connell & Aoife Clancy

May 30, 2105
Special Season Finale:
Joe Crookston, Gail Finnie, and The Blunt Instruments

 

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Past Shows

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February 2, 2013    $16   8:00 pm

Mark Erelli, Chris LaVancher opening

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The Washing Posts says: No need to read between the lines when singer-songwriter Mark Erelli vents on "Delivered"...The prolific New England-based tunesmith makes his case with clarity and conviction.  Even listeners who don't share Erelli's views might find it difficult to dismiss the quality of his songcraft or his ties to the likes of Bob Dylan and Woody Guthrie.” Mark hails from Reading MA.


 

 

"Chris LaVancher writes songs that tell stories of love among the ruins. His characters may not be from the highest rungs of society, but their feelings come through loud and clear." - Darius Rips: Oliver di Place music blog. Music in Melrose coffee house said “His work speaks of love and loss, of dreams and schemes, all delivered from the heart-felt place of a keen observer of the human condition.” In addition to writing his own songs, he plays them on a guitar he built himself.

 

 

 

 

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