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The Georgetown Concert Committee

One Library Street, Georgetown, MA 01833




present the

2014 Georgetown
Summer Concert Series

All concerts run from 5–7 pm and take place on Rear Prospect Street (click for directions)

Thanks to our Sponsors!

Cuffe-McGinn Funeral Home,  The Aulson Company, Nunan Florist & Greenhouses, Mirra Company, Freedom Pest Control, Georgetown Insurance Agency, Georgetown Park & Rec, Georgetown Cultural Council, Georgetown Kiwanis Club, Georgetown Bank, N. Pingree Insurance Agency,
Matt Diana, Housewright, Finger Lakes Rail Consulting, L.W. Bills Engineering, UFP Technologies, Holloway’s Bar & Grille
, Georgetown Bowling Lanes



7/13 - Studio Two


Food provided by Georgetown Kiwanis Club

Studio Two is a Beatles cover band that pays tribute to the early Beatles years, choosing songs from the pre-Sgt. Pepper era. Featuring graduates from Berklee College of Music and Beatles devotees, Studio Two pays homage to the greatest rock band of all time. Band members are experienced musicians of today’s generation dedicated to preserving the memory and fan culture of The Beatles generation. By recreating the Fab Four’s music, instruments, and onstage banter, Studio Two performs your most favorite hits that will bring people to the dance floor. 

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7/20 - Rust Never Sleeps


Food provided by Fat Belly BBQ

Rust Never Sleeps is a unique, live rock show that celebrates the music, and musical career of Neil Young. Based in the Greater Boston area, Rust Never Sleeps pays "tribute" to Neil Young and his music the best way they know how... with integrity. 

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8/3 - The Renowns

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Food provided by TBA

Boston's premier vocal group featuring music from the 50's, 60's, and 70's.  The Renowns began as an idea of Richie Cawthorne’s back in 1962 while he was a sophomore in High School. After a year of practice, The Renowns began to perform throughout the New England area.  In the spring of 2003, the band regrouped to record and play live again. 

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8/10 - Paul Rishell and Annie Raines

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Sponsored by Ipswich Ale Brewery

Food provided by Girl Scout Troop 861

When 22-year-old harmonica ace Annie Raines first sat in with 42-year-old country blues guitarist Paul Rishell in a Boston bar in 1992, few in the crowd suspected that they were witnessing the beginning of a musical partnership that would span the next fifteen years and counting. As a working team, Paul and Annie have racked up hundreds of thousands of miles on the road in the U.S. and Europe, collaborated on original songs, and released multiple albums.

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8/17 - Alley Stoetzel & the Goodtime Stringband


Food provided by the Cultural Council

While being born on the 4th of July didn’t make Alley start crooning “Yankee Doodle Dandy” as a baby, it wasn’t long before she felt the tug of music. In fact, as a very young child she tagged along as her mother went to piano lessons. She was immediately transfixed. Today, Alley is rightly exploding on to the Americana scene with an evident passion and a glorious voice that promise to carry her a long way.

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8/24 - Courage and the Bear

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Food provided by Fat Belly BBQ

Courage & the Bear is a four-piece indie-folk-pop group from Worcester. Courage recently won the highly esteemed weekly Lizard Lounge Open Mic Challenge in Cambridge, MA.

"Courage The Bear is a great young Americana act. A 4-piece band that swapped instruments from song to song including guitars, bass, cajon, accordion and violin, this group was spot on. Great songs, great delivery, rock solid harmonies and pro musicianship is what we got with this band." - Tom Bianchi, host of the Lizard Lounge Open Mic Challenge

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9/7 - Jenny Dee & the Deelinquents

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Food provided by Trail Life USA Troop 254 &
the Modern Woodmen Youth Service Club

Most Boston music fans will recognize 2010 Boston Music Awards Female Vocalist of the Year Jen D’Angora (aka Jenny Dee) as the singer/guitarist in The Downbeat 5 and The Dents. When her schedule slowed a bit, D’Angora started working on a new batch of songs and indulge in her love of the girl group sounds of the 60′s. The Deelinquents formed soon thereafter, with members of Papas Fritas, The Rudds, The Gravel Pit, The Gentlemen and other local bands.

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