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New Meeting: The Cello Chix @ Sally Obrien's

From: Greg D
Sent on: Thursday, April 10, 2008 9:15 PM
Announcing a new meeting for Boston Live Music!

What: The Cello Chix @ Sally Obrien's

When: Thursday, May 8, 9:00 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Who should come: Anyone who enjoys unique electrified cello's playing Rock and Jazz tunes.

Why: Because you probably have never seen anyone perform Purple Haze, Led Zepplin, Jethro Tull, Jazz, Pop and Latin tunes with Electric Cellos!

Meeting Description: If you haven't seen the Cello Chix come out and join me, they put on a great show!
They are playing at Sally Obrien's
335 Somerville ave
Somerville, MA

Sally Obrien's

The Cello Chix: Tearing and Sawing Through Classic Rock Since 2002

All of the Cello Chix hail from the Boston area. Becca and Susanna, classically-trained cellists, both went to the Oberlin Conservatory, but only really got to know each other a decade later at the party of a mutual friend in Watertown. A fan of hiking and cool acoustics, the friend suggested that the two bring their cellos on a hike and then play some tunes in a ravine. The prospect of turning antiques into kindling didn't thrill the cellists, so instead they decided to start playing duos at friends' parties, getting paid in chocolate and compliments. It was the usual string stuff: Bach, Handel, Mozart. But they also tried out a couple of Beatles arrangements that Susanna had been working on. The audience loved them. Emboldened, the Cello Chix started showing up at Open Mic Night at the Burren, replaced their antique cellos with electric ones, ditched the Mozart, and soon got gigs playing oldies and newbies at bars around town. It was there--at Toad, specifically--where they met Nancy, a drummer and FOAF. Nancy brings over twenty years of playing and gigging experience--plus a certain je ne sais quois--to the band. The Cello Chix now have a repertoire of over 40 classic rock, jazz, pop and Latin tunes, a loyal and sizeable following, and a CD I have "Under the covers" that came out on 2/8/08. Check them out at

Listen to the Cello Chix

I hope some of you can Meetup with me
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