* Sign ups start at 7:30 p.m. on the cafe side
* Show starts promptly at 8:00 p.m. and ends at 11:00 p.m.
* 20 slots available
* First-come, first-served and first to play
* Performance slots are open to the public as well as the Berklee community
* 10-minute/2-song max
* Unplugged sets only (no drums; light percussion is okay)
* Piano & mics provided
* All styles welcome
* Free admission, limited capacity
Earl Greyhound began with the collaboration of songwriters Matt Whyte and Kamara Thomas in the spring of 2002 in New York. The pair began performing regularly as a duo on piano and guitar in New York and began to craft the rock/soul sound that would become Earl Greyhound. Later in 2005 the pair met their dream bandmate, and Earl Greyhound hit the ground running with Big Ricc Sheridan on drums.
With Engines is a rock Trio from Boston. The members range from LA to NY and their youthful, edgy songs have caught the ears of many around the country. It’s inevitable that you’ll want more With Engines in your life too.
A $10 student discount available at the Berklee Performance Center box office.
Based out of New Hampshire, Jason Anderson started his music career with Wolf Colonel in 1996. After releasing three albums on K Records, Jason to decided to release a solo record in 2004 where he mixes the influences of pop and rock with hints of folk and country.
Gregory Porter discovered the music of Nat King Cole through his mother. Since then, Gregory’s passion and commitment to expressing himself through music has remained strong, and he has developed a distinct style that ranges from jazz, funk, r&b, blues, and gospel—one that is soulful while still maintaining the elegance he learned from his earlier influences.
A student discount is available at the Berklee Performance Center
Steve Winwood is a pioneer of rock whose music has influenced generations of musicians. In appreciation of the honorary degree Berklee College of Music will award to him on May 10, Winwood is performing a special concert for the Berklee community, featuring hits from the '60s to to his new album 9 Lives in the intimate space of the Berklee Performance Center.
A benefit concert to support jazz outreach in Boston's public schools, featuring former U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky with drummer Rakalam Bob Moses, also George Garzone and Friends, the Coltrane EOP Quartet, Marianne Solivan Quartet, and the Berklee City Music All-Stars Quintet, hosted by Eric Jackson of WGBH.