The Affordable Music Act


Must be a slow news day. Everybody is talking about a US government shutdown. I wasn't aware they were up and running. The Barn Birds present the Affordable Music Act, starting Thursday in Massachusetts. We believe every American should have access to great music at a reasonable price. If you don't come to a show, you pay the penalty of being bummed out while your friends talk about how great it was.

Thursday, October 3, 7:30pm The Hezekiah Stone Coffeehouse Christ Episcopal Church 1089 Stafford Street, Leicester, MA tmason@timothydmason.com www.hezstone.com

Friday, October 4, 8pm Folkus Project May Memorial UU Society 3800 East Genesee Street Syracuse, NY booking@folkus.org www.folkus.org

Saturday, October 5, 8pm House Concert Hamilton, NY jbary@colgate.edu

Sunday, October 6, 6pm House Concert Rochester, NY 585-342-3995 ricmon31@aol.com

Tuesday, October 8, 7pm House Concert Assonet, MA 508-644-2331 gary.martin@umassd.edu

Wednesday, October 9, 7pm The Burren 247 Elm Street Somerville, MA 02144 tombianchi@gmail.com www.burren.com

Thursday, October 10, 8pm B Side Ballroom 1 Clinton Plaza Drive Oneonta, NY www.bsideballroom.com

Friday, October 11, 8pm Steel City Coffeehouse 203 Bridge Street Phoenixville, PA 19460 610-933-4043 fys26weng@aol.com www.steelcitycoffeehouse.com

Saturday, October 12, 8pm Moore Music (In the House) Derwood, MD 301-309-0983 scott@mooremusic.org www.mooremusic.org

Sunday, October 13, 3pm Village Concerts Palmyra, VA 434-960-8895 pk24paws@comcast.net

Friday, October 18, 8pm Columbus Performing Arts Center (Shedd Theater) 549 Franklin Ave Columbus, OH 866-890-5451 info@sixstring.org www.sixstring.org

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