Bands

Steve Smith & The Nakeds

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43 Years of Rockin’ Rhythm & Blues Steve Smith and the Nakeds, is a 10 piece Rhythm and Blues Band . The Band consists of Steve Smith on vocals, a four piece Rhythm Section, a five piece Horn Section. The instrumentation is as follows, Bass guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Keyboards, Drums, Trumpet, Trombone, Alto sax, Tenor sax, Baritone sax.One of the northeast's premier Rhythm and Blues Bands. 

Natives of the Providence, RI area, the band has traveled the U. S. and Canada.

Entrain

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 Epic in sound and kaleidoscopic in vision, the eclectic Martha's Vineyard-based six piece band Entrain has been thrilling audiences since its inception Entrain's goal has always been to combine infectious rhythms with solid songwriting celebrating life, love and peace,  Major. "We want to create music that makes people feel good. When we look out from the stage, all we see is smiling faces of people of all ages and backgrounds moving and grooving together, man you just  can't beat that feeling. At the same time if we can help to promote positive values and lifestyles... great! There's enough negativity in the world, let's spread a little joy around and watch how infectious it can be."

Crooked Coast

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 Crooked Coast was formed in the summer of 2012 by Cape Cod natives Luke Vose, John McNamara, Ben Elder and Charles Walton. They distilled their hometown’s celebratory summers and harsh winters into the album “Thanks for the Memories” with infectious hooks, sweaty dance floor rhythms, big guitars and word play both gut wrenching and wry. 

Bands

John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band

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After a decade-long run on the Northeast music scene during which they became recognized as one of the best and most popular unsigned acts in the country, John Cafferty & the Beaver Brown finally broke through nationally with leader John Cafferty’s score to the motion picture, “Eddie & The Cruisers”. The soundtrack was awarded a triple platinum certification by the RIAA and led to their own recording contract with Columbia Records. Their second album, “Tough All Over”, was a best seller and gained them an international audience. After forty years, John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band is an on-going and in-demand attraction and is unquestionably one of the greatest and most successful acts in Rhode Island music history. 

Johnny Hoy and the Bluefish

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  Formed in 1991, the band has evolved through many incarnations, three Tone Cool and two self-produced CDs, trips around the world as far as South Africa and mostly the joys of playing a lot of music on Martha's Vineyard where most of them live. The band started out as a four-piece with no piano, became a five-piece for several years, and then returned to a four-piece configuration, this time with no bass, and it's been that way for over 10 years. 

The Moonlighters

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On any given weekend you'll find THE MOONLIGHTERS pumping out hit after rock n' soul hit! The diverse lead singing styles and fat harmonies from every player (that's right, EVERYBODY SINGS!) truly put this band over the top. When the MOONLIGHTERS perform, the dance floor is ALWAYS full!