Info for Bands
Are You in a Band?

Local bands are invited to create an account for themselves and post their gigs, if they’re not already posted by the venue.

Features coming online for bands:

  • Band Page, with images, links and other fun stuff.
  • Picture library. Upload up to 10mb of images of band shots, such as gigs, etc.  Some photos will be pulled into a random Flash image gallery on the homepage of the website
  • MP3 Uploads!  Yes, you can upload your songes (up to five of them), which will automatically play on the homepage in a Flash MP3 player. All the songs on the server will be pulled into a random play order, right on the homepage.
  • Access to the whole website, and the CALENDAR -- The only place in Western Mass that will list All the bands, All the venues, All the time.
  • Don’t forget to check out the mobile-enabled version of the website, at  -- pull us up on your phone when you’re bar-hopping or just out on the town.

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assistant - Mon, Jul 25, 2011, 12:50 P
Free Roger Salloom Concert
On most days Roger Salloom has come to believe that “community” is a sacred word. That being said, this 28 year tradition has good wishes for a head start in that direction.

The longest running free concert in Northampton Massachusetts’ history happens again simply because Roger Salloom keeps doing it and the people keep coming. 28 years is longer than a number of the business in Northampton have been running and definitely longer lived than most of the live music venues.

On Aug. 27, 2011, Roger Salloom will bring his 8 piece band into the Academy of Music at 7:00pm. The horn section will have featured artist, and Grammy award winner, Charles Neville (The Neville Bros., BB King, James Brown, Big Joe Turner, Jimmy Reed et al).

Opening will be The Chandler Travis Philharmonic, then newcomer Jamie Kent who reappears after a striking set last year. Joining Roger’s band will be the young, gifted and beautiful Jessica Freeman who has just completed a set at New Orleans’ most prestigious jazz club, Snug Harbor. Also, folks will hear the tasty Barbara Ween on vocals. In the back doing all the heavy lifting with be JD (Jeff Dostal) on bass, Dave Lincoln on drums, Tom Filiault and Joe Boyle on lead guitars.

“..a superb storyteller…” Rolling Stone Magazine


Date is Aug. 27,2011 7 PM
Academy of Music, Northampton
274 Main Street
Northampton, MA 01060-3107
(413) 584-9032
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