JULY 22: GEORGE WOODS – Stephen MacDonald opens

George Woods

Described by The Deli Magazine as “ruggedly pretty… soulfully singing out pain,” George Woods is The Hipster Romantic. A Boston-based indie singer-songwriter, Woods writes fiery, infectious autobiographical music and brings contagious optimism and humor to his shows. Woods, with an “uncanny knack for allowing his songs to tap into raw human emotion” (Vanyaland), combines “tasty and classy guitar work,” and “a voice… like pure velvet” (Red Line Roots). Every performance offers an electric yet intimate show that is as dynamic as a solo act can be.


Stephen MacDonald (opener)

After nearly a decade fronting indie rock band The Okay Win, Stephen MacDonald will be releasing his first solo album in quite a while. Steve’s music hasn’t changed much. It’s became louder, faster, more sophisticated. But never did it get less vulnerable. Steve’s former band and his increasing craftsmanship provided nuance and depth, but never could they cage that widely unhinged emotion of his. Nothing could. On Local Divide (out in June 2017), Steve is own his on again, just like he was a decade ago. Totally exposed.


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