Alastair Moock's Pastures of Plenty
Boston singer-songwriter Alastair Moock first started putting together Pastures of Plenty shows more than ten years ago now. The idea was to bridge some of the gaps he saw in the Boston music scene — between the folk and roots rock crowds, between the contemporary and traditional scenes, and between younger and older players. But what it really came down to was bringing together some of the region's best songwriters and musicians to swap tunes on a stage.
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47 Palmer St.
Cambridge, MA 02138
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|8/24||8:00p||Roger Street Friedman and Sherman Ewing|
|8/25||8:00p||Berklee American Roots Music series|
|8/27||8:00p||Katie McNally and Hannah Sanders & Liz Simmons|
|8/28||8:00p||The Surviving Kenneallys & Laney Jones|
|8/29||8:30p||Caroline Cotter - In The Round With Heather Robb, Noam Weinstein, And Ed Romanoff|