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Monday, September 3

JP Music Festival Sept 8

Jamaica Plain is having their second music festival, with 25 bands.  12-7pm. , Pinebank Baseball Field, Jamaica Pond, Jamaica Plain, MA. 617-233-6613. 

The Line Up for 2012
Set times and order of appearance will be determined at a later date.

Lauren DeRose
www.myspace.com/laurenderose

Dennis Brennan
www.dennisbrennan.com

Coyote Kolb
www.coyotekolb.com

Bob Bradshaw
www.bobbradshaw.net

Almost Righteous
reverbnation.com/almostrighteous

The Whiskey Boys
www.whiskeyboys.com/

Eamonn Bonner

Ameilia Emmet & Thick Wild
www.facebook.com/thickwild

Tallahassee
http://tallahasseeband.com/



Fully Celebrated
www.celebratefully.com

Rocky Nook

Gracious Calamity
graciouscalamity.bandcamp.com/

Late Greats
http://soundcloud.com/late-greats

Streight Angular
itsstreightangular.bandcamp.com/

Select Members of the
Cambridge Symphony Orchestra

cambridgesymphony.org

Lenny Lashley
www.facebook.com/lenny.lashley

Rick Berlin with The Nickel + Dime Band
www.facebook.com/thenickelanddimeband

Morris and The East Coast
www.morrisandtheeastcoast.com



A new tradition
Jamaica Plain has no shortage of talented and diverse musicians, composers, and performers. On Saturday, August 20, 2011 they were given the chance to come together for one incredible day of music. They were able to listen to each other perform and celebrate the incredible musical nexus that is Jamaica Plain. The festival featured all genres, all ethnicities, all persuasions, all ages. For all of us.
There is deep pride Jamaica Plain. It manifests in one-of-a-kind Mom and Pop stores, restaurants, bars, art galleries, sports leagues, and political, cultural, and historical groups.

 


The musicians that live in Jamaica Plain have played all over the city and country. Despite the thriving scene that manifests itself in a few local  venues and basement shows, there hasn't been an opportunity for these artists to get together locally on a large scale. Until last year's inaugural JP Music Fest.

The Jamaica Plain Music Festival's goal is to celebrate the diverse and creative sounds of many of our local musicians.



 


The concept of the Festival was developed by a group of long-standing residents. We have recently formed a 501c3, nonprofit corporation, and Board of Directors. 
This festival is coordinated by a group of friends who are committed to music and the arts and Jamaica Plain. Our goal is to make this an annual event that will grow in size and attendance over the years.
 
 

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