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Dreadnaught, She Wrote: A Night of Vintage TV Theme Songs w/Power Money Cake & Special Cameo by Juston Mckinney
A 1980s-themed party. Classic TV theme songs reimagined as brilliant prog-rock masterpieces. A comedic performance by Juston McKinney. Free drinks (thank the band). What more do you need??
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.
Catch two of Boston’s preeminent horn players, Tucker Antell and Tom Palance.
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.
Hoot Night has been of the Seacoast’s most popular open mic nights since our doors first opened in 1976. Hosted by a rotating cast of notable musicians, Hoot Night is your opportunity to work out new songs, dust of old ones, or simply perform in front of an audience.
We'll say it: Gabriel Birnbaum is one of the best American songwriters alive. With lyrics that would make Allen Ginsberg jealous, Birnbaum spins yarns that bring to life long, hot Brooklyn nights of heartache, debauchery, and searing existentialism while his band leaves listeners breathless with a sound that's both melodic and incredibly complex.
The Underground Upstairs, a monthly rap showcase curated by Kingdom is back with another full night of underground hip-hop featuring EllaMaeFlossie.
Thursday night from 9:30 to close we'll have a rotating cast of DJs downstairs, spanning every genre imaginable and spinning every hit you never knew you needed in your life.
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.
Trying to categorize the sounds of Club d'Elf is a fool's errand. The band has settled on "Moroccan-dosed psychedelic dub jazz" but... expect the unexpected.