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Join OURBIGBAND, pianist Frank Carlberg, and a who's who of the seacoast jazz scene in celebrating the life and music of Maine drummer/composer/educator Steve Grover.
A proud Press Room tradition since 1982. Doesn't matter whether you spectate or participate- the more, the merrier as we pay tribute to a rich history of beloved songs from all over. Stomp your feet and sing along— you're in the band now.
Bartenders and cooks will be teaming up to see who can dream up the most incredible food and beer cocktail pairing inspired by some of their favorite music. Mast Landing will be bringing three of their favorite beers, The Queen will be bringing the jams, and there will be some pretty sweet prizes for whoever ends up victorious.
For more than forty years, pianist Larry Garland presided over The Press Room’s legendary Tuesday night jazz jam. The tradition lives on in the spirit of Garland, who always welcomed players of all ages and abilities to join in the freewheeling fun.
Guitarist Bob Halperin and multi-instrumentalist Jon Ross herald Mardi Gras with the sound and songs of the Big Easy.
When Parker Gispert's longtime band The Whigs disbanded a couple years ago, a lot of people wondered what was next for the beloved frontman. The answer: banishing himself to the spacious countryside for some fresh inspiration and eventually returning with his most exquisite work to date. Come hear the fruits of his labor as he hits The Press Room in support of his first solo album, Sunlight Tonight.
Would you consider yourself a music buff? Prove it. Go head to head with other self-professed music nerds and compete for some pretty mind-blowing prizes.
The Underground Upstairs is a monthly hip-hop show featuring performances from local artists and producers from across the country.
DJ Evaredy spins hip hop classics and our friends at Stoneface supply your hoppy favorites on draft. Get ready to get down, party starts at 9:30pm!
Folk and bluegrass multi-instrumentalist Old Time Dave Talmage joins us every Friday downstairs for lunch, salting the room with good time tunes, and a sad song peppered in here and there.