34th SEASON
September 2014 - May 2015

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Most shows begin at 7:00PM. NEW START TIME FOR FALL 2014
Doors open 1/2 hour before the concert.
All seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and pastries are available for purchase before each show and during intermission.

Please visit the Stone Soup and Performer Merchandise table!
Some performers do take credit cards; Stone Soup does not take credit cards.
There are Gift Certificates available for purchase at the venue.

Stone Soup Friends: Use your vouchers for any 3 shows without needing Paypal tickets.

Any cancellations of concerts will be announced as soon as possible on this website, on Facebook, and through the RI News announcements. Email notifications will also be sent to subscribers.
Every effort will be made to reschedule any cancelled concerts.
November 22: Joe Crookston & The BlueBird Jubilee with Peter Glanville
Tickets: $18.00

Joe Crookston is a believer in stories. His story songs are universal, masterful and his concerts are a grand celebration of all of us. He’ll sing to you and you’ll sing with him, pulled in by the magic and musical world he creates. The BlueBird Jubillee - Joe Crookston with Peter Glanville - presents a high energy show full of story songs, fingerpicking stomping rhythms and a deep well of musical tradition and creativity.

Tickets for the Joe Crookston concert can be bought at the door.
December 6: A Special CD Release Concert: Mark Erelli with Charlie Rose opening
Tickets: $18.00

Having toured extensively alone and with artists such as Gillian Welch and John Hiatt, and having won several prestigious awards, Mark Erelli is releasing his latest CD, MILLTOWNS, a tribute to Bill Morrissey. At this concert he will be joined by Charlie Rose as they sing a mix of Bill Morrissey songs and selections from Erelli's catalog.
A Special Stone Soup Evening!

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January 10: Deb Cowan with John Roberts
Tickets: $16.00

With their eloquent voices and expert musicianship, John Roberts and Debra Cowan bring to life songs drawn from both the folk tradition and the work of contemporary songwriters. Both John and Debra can spin a ripping good yarn and their stories convey their love of the songs and the people who’ve sung them.

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January 24: DOUBLE BILL: Sarah Blacker and Jamie Kent
Tickets: $16.00

Sarah Blacker's heart-felt version of songwriting has been coined, “Sundress rock,” Her entrancing voice, poignant and emotionally charged lyrics, and mature songwriting has this artist on pace to go nowhere but up.

Jamie Kent's songwriting draws on influences from modern artists like Ray Lamontagne and Amos Lee and pays tribute to classic greats like Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty, Kent’s perfectly mellifluous tunes are roll-the-windows-down, soak-up-some-sun kind of good.

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February 7: Marc Douglas Berardo: duo of Tracie Potochnik & Steve Allain opening
Tickets: $16.00

Marc Douglas Berardo is the kind of hard working, fast moving, adventure seeking, keen observer who lives for the story and the song.In what amounts to song length works of fiction, Berardo’s sharply drawn portraits cast a net on unusual and beguiling characters and places.

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February 21: Chris Trapper; Hayley Reardon opening
Tickets: $18.00

Chris Trapper’s
music can best be described as lyrically driven roots–pop with a knack for telling everyday stories filled with extra–ordinary characters. His live show is a favorite among fans of alt–acoustic music. His on–stage persona is warm and inclusive, his organic understanding of classic pop melody infectious.

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March 7: Atwater-Donnelly Trio with Cathy Clasper-Torch
Opening with a Stone Soup "HOOT"
Tickets: $18.00

This show begins with a HOOT (Open Mike.) Four performers take the stage for one song each. Sign-ups are on the day of the show and begin during ticket sales. Come early to sign up!

Every concert by
Aubrey Atwater and Elwood Donnelly is surprisingly different and always entertaining, exciting and educational. The highly praised husband-wife duo blends gorgeous vocals with an astounding array of instruments; Cathy Clasper-Torch contributes a deeply rich third dimension and mastery, knowing just where to add an exquisite cello line, an exuberant burst of old-time fiddle, and a third and utterly unique voice.

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March 21: Antje Duvekot with Michael Laureano opening
Tickets: $18.00

Blending uncommonly beautiful vocals with one of the sharpest poetic sensibilities in her field, Antje Duvekot has a remarkable ability to make us believe she is whispering secrets in our ear, and we know that she believes every word she sings.

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April 11: Gordon Bok
Tickets: $18.00

Gordon Bok's songwriting draws on his experience in and around the working boat culture of the Gulf of Maine. He spins into song the diverse voices of fishermen and other sea-folk, crafting a penetrating vignette or a full-fledged ballad-song as the material demands. At times he reaches deep into the wealth of sea myth that haunts the North Atlantic.

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April 25: Ronny Cox Trio
Tickets: $18.00

Ronny Cox is an artist who wears a variety of hats –– from actor to musician to family man. With an eclectic musical style, Ronny says. “I'm interested in weaving a tapestry of songs and stories with an over-all arc that eventually comes together and tells us something about 'the human condition …"

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May : TBA
Partial operational support for Stone Soup is provided by the City of Pawtucket