Upstairs at 19 Carter​​​​​​​

February 24, Saturday 7pm

Hip Swayers- Live Music

Hailing from the hills of West Tatnuck, the Hip Swayers are a good time, get up and dance band. Their music combines tight rhythms, searing solos and soulful harmonies in an eclectic mix of catchy originals, old time country, and twangy, reverb-soaked surf that keeps your toes tapping and your hips swaying. 

March 17, Saturday 7 p.m.

The Carter Street Band 
Celebrate St. Patrick's day with us!!The Carter Street Band is a collection of seasoned acoustic musicians who play bluegrass, old-timey, Irish, Contra Dance, and classic roots music. The band consists of Seth Asser on guitar, mandolin, harmonica, and vocals; Dave Coleman on mandolin and guitar; Sean Regan on the Irish Bodhran; Martin Miller on tenor banjo; Dick Hyland on guitar and vocals; Evy Dueck on fiddle, and Dave Kassel on fiddle and vocals. Listen here.

May 12, Saturday 7 p.m

Southcoast Troubadors

Folk, Blues & Ballads.Neal McCarthy and Ken Richards are both outstanding guitarists, singers and songwriters who play as solo artists, lead their own bands and perform as duo. Their music is a blend of blues, folk, country and classic rock tunes.  They are based out Buzzards Bay area and are joined by Seth Asser on mandolin and harmonica to perform as a trio. Don’t miss this night of acoustic picking and 3-part vocal harmonies. 

June 9, Saturday 7 p.m
Zach Slik

Switching between mandolin, banjo, harmonica, and guitar; singing original and traditional songs. Raised in a mill town in Central Massachusetts, Zack Slik's music is influenced by the trains, rivers, and characters he grew up with. All performed in a unique one-man band style, Zack brings a mix of American roots, blues, and jugband jazz to his original songs and traditional arrangements. Whether behind the mandolin, banjo, or guitar, Zack shares his love for the music with a traditional feel and modern touch. Listen here.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Berlin Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

A Community Gathering Place
Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.​​