JamBase is proud to announce “As Summer Into Autumn Slips,” a three-day music event from October 7th through October 9th at Soundcheck Studios in Pembroke, Mass.
Each night will feature three unique acts, with an extended running time of 7pm to Midnight.
The spirit of this event is to foster collaboration among like-minded ensembles and bring you three nights of original music.
Capacity is limited so don't hesitate to grab your tickets before it’s too late.
Please note this is a 21+ event, valid ID required.
Appearing all three nights will be Brad Barr, Andrew Barr and Marc Friedman of The Slip.
Friday the trio will be joined by Nathan Moore and Marco Benevento to assemble “Surprise Me Mr. Davis,” and Saturday and Sunday's performances by The Slip will be headlining sets.
On Friday, Marco Benevento will play a set with the classic Marco Benevento Trio featuring Reed Mathis on bass and Andrew Barr on drums.
On Saturday, Brooklyn-based trio WOLF! featuring Scott Metzger supports and Boston-based collective Club d'Elf supports on Sunday. Nashville guitarist William Tyler will appear all three nights.
Map, Directions, & Times
150 Corporate Park Dr.
Pembroke, MA 02359
Doors: 6:00 pm
Show: 7:00 pm
21+ Event, Valid ID Required
Please stop by Will Call when you arrive to pick up your tickets.
Formed in Boston in 1995, The Slip has earned a legacy as one of the most daring anddynamic improvisational rock trios to come out of the Northeast. With Brothers Brad and Andrew Barr (guitar and drums) and bassist Marc Friedman, the band Is known for its telepathic and hyper-kinetic approach to creating living, breathing moments on stage. Despite the fact that Slip sightings have become increasingly rare over the last decade, they have never stopped making music together.
Surprise Me Mr. Davis
SMMD features Nathan Moore joined by his longtime collaborators Brad Barr, Andrew Barr, Marc Friedman, and Marco Benevento.
Over the course of seven studio albums and countless shows around the world, keyboardist Marco Benevento has amassed a devoted fanbase, while drawing praise from tastemakers far and wide. Los Angeles Times has written, “it’s safe to say that no one sees the keyboard quite like Marco Benevento's genre-blind mashup of indie rock, jazz and skewed improvisation," while NPR Music raves that Benevento combines "the thrust of rock, the questing of jazz and the experimental ecstasy of jam," and Rolling Stone praises "the textures and colors available in his keyboards and arsenal of manipulated pedals and effects along with his deceptively rich, catchy melodies and straight-ahead grooves."
To the naked eye, Club d’Elf looks exactly like a world-class instrumental band: five or six fierce players laying down heavy grooves and exploratory solos on distinctive original material, as audience members dance or listen in rapt attention. To its fans, however, and its large and colorful cast of musicians, d’Elf is all that and much, much more.
While on tour with various bands over the past few years—including Billy & the Kids (led by the Grateful Dead’s Bill Kreutzmann), Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey and Tea Leaf Green—bassist extraordinaire Reed Mathis spent his spare time rearranging Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 3” and “Symphony No. 6,” recording each newly reimagined movement with a long and impressive “who’s-who” of his musical brethren, including Phish’s Page McConnell and Mike Gordon, Galactic’s Stanton Moore, Brad and Andrew Barr (The Slip / Barr Brothers), Marco Benevento, Joe Russo, Robert Walter and Mike Dillon.
WOLF! Featuring Scott Metzger
WOLF! is a Brooklyn-based trio that seamlessly merges soul, blues, country, and rock to create a party where everyone is welcome.
The band, led by Scott Metzger, continues to find new and exciting ways to evolve and push what is possible with the classic formula of guitar, bass, and drums while maintaining a fundamental groove that is irresistible and undeniable.
William Tyler is a Nashville guitarist and composer. He spent years woodshedding and touring with Nashville groups like Lambchop and Silver Jews before breaking away to focus on his own version of instrumental guitar music.
As Summer into Autumn slips
And yet we sooner say
"The Summer" than "the Autumn," lest
We turn the sun away,
And almost count it an Affront
The presence to concede
Of one however lovely, not
The one that we have loved —
So we evade the charge of Years
On one attempting shy
The Circumvention of the Shaft
Of Life's Declivity.
Emily Dickinson, 1346