Thursday, September 25, 2014

THE KENNEDYS and JOE FLOOD this weekend at The Buttonwood Tree


September 26 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm | $15
Reservations recommended!

Come see Pete and Maura Kennedy!

Although interested in the original rockers, such as Buddy Holly, Roy Orbinson and the Everly Brothers, The Kennedys are also influenced by the folk-rock era and, in particular, the Byrds. 

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To check The Kennedys more, check out their website.

Aligned with Source - a workshop for empowerment with Annaita Gandhy

September 27 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm | $5 minimum suggested donation

Topic: Being Your Best. Let's talk about roles—what's your role in this lifetime? What are you doing about it? Throughout this workshop, Annaita will seek to empower, sharing her deep understanding of life, holism and spirituality, enabling you to rise above life's challenges and live a healthy, fulfilled & confident life.

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To get more info on Annaita and Aligned with Source, click here.

JOE FLOOD's "Busker's Stories, Blues, Brassens... and Beyond"

September 27, 2014 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm | $13 in advance / $15 at the door
Reservations recommended
Singer/songwriter Joe Flood explains how playing roots music on the streets of the world’s great cities led him to translating the songs of the legendary French songwriter Georges Brassens and onto his current project investigating the work of 19th Century songwriters from his hometown of Middletown.

More info on the event, click here.
More info on Joe Flood, click here.
More info on the Brassens project, click here.

To check out The Buttonwood Tree (where all these wonderful events are happening!), you can check our website or call us at 860-347-4957 or stop by and say hi at 605 Main Street, Middletown CT 06459.

PS:  TBT will be closed this Monday - Thursday for renovations. We hope to be back in shape for our show with Zach Maxwell on Friday, Oct 3rd. Sinan Bakir Saturday, Oct 4th. Both shows at 8 pm, $10.

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