Coffee House at Exchange
When: Every Tuesday from 4:00PM-6:00PM
Where: Exchange at 100 Federal Street, Boston
Wind your Tuesday afternoon down with free musical performances at Exchange. Tuesday Coffee House at the Exchange is a BID sponsored event where you can sit back relax and enjoy a variety of music ranging from smooth jazz to Indie, pop, and folk. Tuesday Coffee House will occur every Tuesday between 4PM-6PM from January into March!
Enjoy a coffee or latte from or treat yourself to an artisan sandwich, quinoa bowl, or a fresh salad from Bailey & Sage all of which are conveniently located in Exchange at 100 Federal Street.
Scheduled List of Performances:
January 22: Nico and Emily
January 29: Sumner and Moss
February 5: Gypsy Jazz
February 12: Ilana Katz Katz
February 19: Nico and Emily
February 26: Sumner and Moss
March 5: Gypsy Jazz
March 12: Ilana Katz Katz
March 19: Nico and Emily
March 26: Gypsy Jazz
Nico and Emily: Born and raised in Marshfield, a small ocean side town in Massachusetts, Nico’s experiments have taken him across the country and world into labs of all shapes and sizes. A true multifaceted musical artist, Nico draws influence from artists as diverse as he his. Artists such as Neil Young, Radiohead and Bright Eyes.
Sumner and Moss: Sumner & Moss is a folk trio based in Boston, Massachusetts. Rooted in traditional American musics, Sam Moss, Rachel Sumner, and Mike Siegel weave close harmonies and fresh arrangements into classic bluegrass and country songs alongside their own roots-inspired originals.
Gypsy Jazz: The last decade has seen a flowering of Django Reinhardt’s legacy, with bands and festivals popping up internationally. The Jack Soref Trio is an exciting gypsy jazz ensemble. Reaching both forward and back in time, it pays homage to the music of Django Reinhardt, while simultaneously enriching the tradition with its own compositions, arrangements and swinging improvisations.
Ilana Katz Katz: ilana Katz Katz has been hailed as “a rising star with her own blend of Blues and old-time Appalachian fiddling.” Ilana began as a busker in 2008, playing the crowded platforms of Boston’s subway stations. After a chance meeting with Ronnie Earl at a Billy Boy Arnold concert in 2013, Ronnie invited Ilana to sit in with him at an upcoming show. He subsequently took her under his wing, offering to accompany Ilana on her 2014 debut record, showcasing her as his guest in many shows around Boston and New York.