New Event: Stretch (Jazz) at the Burren

From: Greg D
Sent on: Tuesday, January 22, 2008 9:48 AM
Announcing a new event for Boston Live Music!

What: Stretch (Jazz) at the Burren

When: Wednesday, January 23, 10:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Who should come: Anyone who enjoys progressive Jazz and great local musicians should checkout the Stretch Band!
Stretch plays very infrequently so come on out and check them out. This is a FREE SHOW!

Why: This is one of the better progressive Jazz bands in the area, if you like Jazz you'll appreciate this FREE SHOW!

Event Description: Come on out and see the band STRETCH play a FREE SHOW at the Burren!
Located in Davis Square in Somerville, MA. Parking is between Elm and Orchard st.

Get Directions/Map here.

http://www.burren.com/

Stretch is typically a 5 piece Jazz band playing a unique Jazz, Fusion and even Reggae mix. Dave is playing Horns, Paul and Mike on Guitars, George on Bass and their new Drummer Randy.
Stretch does not play very often so catch them when you can, you won't regret it.


Listen to STRETCH!


The band starts around 10pm and plays till 1am. They are playing in the back room at the Burren.
If you are interested the Burren serves food till 9pm I believe, not a bad place to get a bite to eat before the show. There is also good indian food, and other dinning choices close by.

I usually get there around 9 to 9:30pm to get a good spot to sit, stay as late as you care to on a weeknight. Especially if you have to work in the morning as I do.

I usually only get a couple days notice when they play, sorry if it wasn't enough notice for you all. I noticed Stretch is not listed on the Burren's Calendar, But I'm sure they will be there this Wednesday so will I.

Hope to Meetup with some of you there.
E-mail me if you have any questions...

Learn more here:
http://livemusic.meetup.com/43/calendar/7170454/

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