Guests are invited to head to Chopps American Bar and Grill, located inside the Boston Marriott Burlington, for great food and live music during the week. March performers include:
March 6: Fil Pacino
Singer, songwriter, guitarist and journeyman performer Fil Pacino rests on these age old laurels while fluidly navigating multiple genres on his 2013 debut solo release Death By Lions. Through deeply personal and introspective lyrics Pacino’s delivery is as powerful in stripped down acoustic driven arrangements as canvassed across a full throttle band. Pacino’s flexible nature as a songsmith is no coincidence, born from his 300+ performances per year ranging from solo acoustic and small combos to raucous full band rock shows.
March 7: David Corson
David Corson is a pop singer-songwriter surfacing from the rural town of Exeter, NH. David was signed to the Evolvement Music Record Label in 2013. His performance, songwriting and stage presence are put forth with the confidence of a seasoned veteran of the music industry.
March 8: Andrew Geano
Andrew is a Boston based singer-songwriter and acoustic performance artist. Born and raised outside of Springfield, MA, Andrew has been writing his own music since he first learned how to play the piano at the age of five. Andrew listens to about 5 albums a day and has too many voices he’s trying to imitate at a time to accurately describe what his music sounds like. But in circumstances that involve a gun being pointed to his head or him trying to fill empty space on a website biography , he’ll describe it as “acoustic, pretty sad but very melodic, tightly constructed, pop-rock, balladish pseudo folk tunes…sort of.
March 13: Jay Psaros
Boston based Singer/Songwriter Jay Psaros writes songs. In fact, he writes lots of songs. Psaros is currently celebrating the release of his fourth studio release, a self titled collection of ten songs ranging from mellow crooners to roots rockers. Psaros has developed a healthy career with the belief that music, like any art, must be created through a lifestyle dedicated to the craft in order for the art and artist to reach their full potential.
March 14: Abby Vail
Acoustic Singer Songwriter Abigail Vail. Influences: Folk music, The Beatles, Classic Rock, Norah Jones, etc.
March 15: Carlin Tripp
Carlin Tripp is a laid back folk rocker drawing from a life spent roaming this great country, seeking out rare experiences and making new friends along the way. Now settled in Boston, he devotes his time to being a stay at home dad and touring musician. His songs reflect on love lost, love found and the trials and joys we all face in our day to day existence.
March 20: Fil Pacino
March 21: David Corson
March 22: Krista Baroni
Krista Baroni is an American singer-songwriter born and raised in the quiet Massachusetts suburbs, who has recently settled into her new home on the Connecticut shoreline. A seasoned touring professional; Krista has performed extensively throughout the Northeast and Southeast U.S and concluded her first European tour in May of 2016. In the past, she has been privileged to open for many notable acts including; John Gorka; Mark Erreli; Ari Hest and Willy Mason. An artist with two full length, independently released albums under her belt; Krista released her sophomore album in 2015 (The Alabaster Girl), to critical praise and national recognition.
March 27: Jay Psaros
March 28: Abby Vail
March 29: Nic Arouca
Nico's unique, one-man band performances are filled with a raw passion that captivates audiences. Stretching his limbs across multiple instruments all at once, Nico puts on a show like no other with a sound that blurs the lines between the singer/songwriter, indie rock and folk genres.
Tuesday, July 2