“A Dylan, Seeger, and Newport book talk with lots of musical examples….” Musician, writer, and music critic Elijah Wald, who has long-time connections to Woods Hole, will perform music, and talk about his latest book,  Dylan Goes Electric! (Newport, Seeger, Dylan and the Night That Split the Sixties.)  In the book, Wald explores the cultural, […]

Cold Chocolate is creating an exciting and unique new sound in the world of Americana: fusing bluegrass and roots with a dash of funk. With original tunes and technical prowess, this four-piece band from Boston is rocking audiences with guitar, banjo, upright bass, drums, and four-part harmony. Guitarist/songwriter Ethan Robbins began his bluegrass career at Oberlin College […]

Concert Series: When Bill Simmons and Evie McFadden announced their intention to step down from their Geostrophic String Quartet, hearts sank at the Woods Hole Public Library. Their Library concerts have been exceedingly popular with local classical music lovers, and their style, with Bill as irrepressible raconteur, cellist, and historian, would be hard to match. […]

 The show which will appeal to all ages.   Admission is $15.  Tickets may be purchased at Eight Cousins, the Bank of Woods Hole, on-line, and at the Library. Doors will open at 7:00pm for the 7:30 concert. All proceeds benefit the Library.   About the group: Folk duo Hungrytown, Rebecca Hall and Ken Anderson met […]

The Woods Hole Public Library is pleased to announce the return of Red Yarn in a free family performance. Red Yarn weaves folksongs and puppetry into high-energy, interactive shows for family audiences. Performing alongside his wife Jessie in support of their fourth album, Born in the Deep Woods, Red Yarn will have audiences singing, dancing, […]