Date: Sunday, April 22, 2012

TIme: 4Pm - 10Pm

Place: PVD SOcial Club, 71 RIchmond St, Providence

Schedule below

Photos will be posted soon:

Jacob Haller leading musicians in an opening jam session.
4:00 - 4:30
Jacob's Jammers
A Providence-based singer-songwriter, Bill Monroe sings traditional ballads as well as his own songs; a member of RISA, he has been nominated for Motif’s 2012 Best Folk Act of the Year.
A performing singer/songwriter with roots in the Southern New England area, Paul Pasch's songs are rich in story-telling; he is also a member of RISA and has been nominated for various music awards.
4:30 - 5:00
Bill Monroe

Paul Pasch
Having celebrated their 28th anniversary in September, 2011, Pendragon’s songs celebrate the lives and lore of generations of New Englanders who brought traditions from Ireland, Scotland, French Canada and other distant shores to the banks of the Blackstone River.
5:10 - 5:40
John Fuzek has been performing his own style of music, either solo or as part of a duo, for over 25 years.
Mary Ann Rossoni's music is cross-generational, original, acoustic rock n' roll-or in today's terms, Americana-ish.
Mary Ann and John have performed as the duo Fuzek-Rossoni as well as solo artists. This will be an opportunity to hear them together and well as alone.
5:50 - 6:10
John Fuzek

Mary Ann Rossoni
A Stone Soup Founding Member, Joyce Katzberg has been entertaining New England audiences with her unique blend of topical and traditional, historic and hysterical songs for forty-one years.
A Stone Soup Founding Member, Kate Katzberg has worked with Sally Rogers, Bill Harley, and her sister, Joyce; she performed with Bob Asprinio and Steve Jobe in the Nattering Nabobs and with Asprinio in The Yams at the Winter Farmers Market.
Lindsay Adler performs a unique blend of Celtic, folk, jazz, and ancient music She is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and composer.
6:20 - 7:00
Joyce Katzberg

Kate Katzberg

Lindsay Adler
The award-winning duo Atwater~Donnelly provide a unique blend of traditional American and Celtic folk music and dance, along with original songs and poetry; the husband-wife duo blend gorgeous vocals with an astounding array of instruments including the mountain dulcimer, old-time banjo, tin whistle, guitar, mandolin, harmonica, limberjacks, feet and more.
7:10 - 7:40
Stone Soup Founding Member, singer, storyteller, author, playwright, educator, performing artist; two-time Grammy award-winning artist, recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the RI Council for the Humanities and an NPR commentator, Bill Harley's songs and stories paint a vibrant and hilarious picture of growing up, schooling and family life.
7:50 - 8:20
Bill Harley
The Gnomes band includes some of Rhode Island's best known musicians--Phil Edmonds (Irish whistle and button accordion); Cathy Clasper-Torch (fiddle, keyboard, er-hu, vocals); Michael Fischman (guitar, mandolin, bouzouki, banjo); Peter Breen (bass, vocals); and Ron Schmitt (percussion) -- who combine their varied and extensive musical backgrounds into arrangements that have been described as "exotic, fresh, unique."
8:30 - 9:00
The Gnomes
A harmony of musicians enjoying music together - a fitting end to a wonderful night of music.
9:10 - 10:00
Closing Jam