This show came at the end of a week during which I heard some incredible music, and I was tired and almost overwhelmed by the high quality of the music. Imagine my delight when I discovered that Roberto Morbioli and his band was right up there with the other shows I had seen!
Hailing from Italy, Roberto spends much time touring the United States and he was on my radar for quite a while as a musician I needed to see.
This band needs to be seen live to be fully appreciated; they have an energy as well as a way of connecting with their audience that makes them stand out.
Some of Boston’s very best blues musicians are coming to the stage at The Extended Play Sessions on Friday, October 16th! A very special evening is planned with Anthony Geraci and Friends including Monster Mike Welch, Darrell Nulisch, Michelle Willson, Michael “Mudcat” Ward and Marty Richards.
Patrolled by Radar invades The Extended Play Sessions on Saturday September 19th! It’s going to be a blowout performance from this Los Angeles band!!
We are honored to host one of America’s true hidden gems and a songwriter of extraordinary talent Rod Picott on Sunday, August 23rd.
There was a lot of emotion at The Extended Play Sessions last week when Ian Fitzgerald and Brian Carroll, Boston-based singer-songwriters, performed although I doubt any of us in attendance had a clue about it.
Ian and Brian have separate careers but they came together this night to perform both alone and together.
This was not the first time The Extended Play Sessions hosted The Get Right Band, a funk/reggae/rock trio from Asheville, North Carolina, so we knew to expect a dance party. Little did we know that more people would be on their collective feet for most of the show!
As I write this, knowing the band will return in the fall for a third show, I feel that The Get Right Band is our ‘house’ band. We are all comfortable with one another and that is evident in their performance.