Focusing on Folk, Bluegrass, and Celtic music, the mission of 33Concerts is to provide quality music in intimate concert settings.
Dean Harlem and Tristan Omand
Saturday, October 19, 2019,
Dean Harlem built his life and songwriting on two things: hard work and constant traveling. After high school Dean packed his guitar and some clothes and hitch hiked from his hometown of Roosevelt, NJ to Nashville, Tennessee to find his dreams.
Tristan Omand‘s hard-learned brand of folk songwriting is brimming with stories of offbeat characters, road-worn personal experience, and a healthy dose of subtle humor to even things out.
Flynn Cohen and Matt Heaton
Friday, November 15, 2019,
Flynn Cohen and Matt Heaton are two of New England’s most experienced acoustic guitar players, each having performed with some of the finest performers in folk music. They also double on mandolin and bouzouki and create sophisticated arrangements of traditional and original material, including influences of Irish traditional music and bluegrass. Acoustic Guitar magazine says of Matt, “Powerfully rhythmic playing” and Dirty Linen magazine calls Flynn “a versatile string virtuoso.”
They treat visiting troubadours with the highest consideration and courtesy. The audience clapped, the check cashed, and the lasagna was magnificent. What else do you want?
Larry’s Place – 33 Concerts! What an experience! From the moment you walk in you feel like you’re at a 60’s village coffee house. They left no detail unconsidered. From the food to the stage tech needs to the audience, this is a folk music experience of the highest level. We recommend Larry’s Place to anyone who wants to be in an intimate space where community and music intersect.