Monday, September 3, 2012

Outpost 186 Concerts & Events, September 2012

Ras Moshe - Friday 14 September, 8pm

OUTPOST: 186 ½ Hampshire St., Inman Sq. Cambridge - All Ages


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OUTPOST DIRECTIONS : Near cr. Prospect, opposite Hess gas, behind 7-11 parking lot. Big ‘186’ on R side. Follow walk at Left to gallery, REAR.

All shows 8pm door unless otherwise noted.
General admission, donations requested.
No reservations, come early!
All shows all ages.
No smoking, spitting, alcohol, ether, qat or laudanum please!
Note: nothing is served, it's just music & chairs, Pal!
Parking: are you feeling lucky? well are ya?

OUTPOST is currently available for most public performances @ $50 per event.
CONTACT: Rob Chalfen, director:
DETAILS: OUTPOST PRODUCER'S HANDBOOK - You must read this before you produce a show @ Outpost!
AACHTUNG! You must be 21 to produce events at Outpost.

19 August 2008 - Outpost has acquired a fabulous Yamaha U3 full-size upright piano - come check it out!


is also available for meetings, readings, workshops, film shoots, theatre rehearsals, & other (non-musical) weekday daytime events.


Outpost regularly exhibits visual art! If you are an artist and would like to exhibit @ Outpost, please send your website url to, or arrange to show your portfolio. Outpost does not charge to display art.

Gallery exhibits may be viewed during scheduled performances or by appointment.

September 2012


Sunday 2 September @ Outpost, 3pm by donation 
Jack Finnegan, story-teller presents “City Love Song”
This autumn I will deliver free storytelling performances in 30 cities around America, a tour that marks the third and final cycle of "City Love Song," and which will conclude with a return to the Off Broadway stage in New York City. The story is a traveler's tale of our worldly neighborhood, and is drawn from a global tour produced last summer--the second cycle in "City Love Song"--in which a traveler's tale of America was presented in the public squares of 13 cities on 6 continents.
The story itself is a lyrical, philosophical celebration of life in its many forms, and while it is safe for children it is intended for adults. The piece runs approximately 75 minutes and I am available for Q&A, if desired.

Thursday 6 September @ Outpost, 8pm $10 or b/o
Steve Fell  - Guitar / Mackie Burnette - steel pan & percussion / Jim Hobbs – alto / Luther Gray - drums

Saturday 8 September @ Outpost, 7:30 pm $10 or b/o
Dr T presents Visual Music Live presents
Dr. T's 70th birthday concert!
 featuring in combinations new & old :
Michael Bierylo
Ken Field
Rick Scott
John Voigt
Kit Demos
Neil Leonard
Tom Plsek
Glynis Lomon
Forbes Graham
Michael Bloom
Jon Proudman
Tim Mungenast

Monday 10 September @ Outpost, 8pm $10 or b/o
Dave Bryant – keyboards / Tom Hall – tenor saxophone
Jacob William – bass / Eric Rosenthal – drums

 Thursday 13 September @ Outpost, 8pm $10 or b/o
Jim Hobbs - alto / Timo Shanko - bass / Luther Gray – drums

Ras Moshe

Friday 14 September @ Outpost, 8pm $10 or b/o
 Platz's Mile High series presents:
 from NYC free jazz avatar  Ras Moshe tenor saxophone
Jeff Platz - guitar
Junko Fujiwara - cello
Kit Demos - bass
John McLellan - drums
Scott Getchell - trumpet

Saturday 15 September @ Outpost, 8pm $10 or b/o 
Mark Chenevert/Pero Malaver Duo
Mark Chenevert – tenor sax / Pero Malaver – drums

 50/50 is comprised of Mark Chenevert on tenor sax and clarinet (Hot Tamale Brass Band, Willie Alexander, Chandler Travis) and Pedro Malaver on drums ( Bentmen, Leo Quintero), in a high energy, stream of consciousness journey based mostly in jazz and improvisation, hitting as many other cultural icons as possible along the way, i.e. pop, rock, klezmer, bluegrass, funk. You might call it "free jazz for the non jazz fan"; you'll probably hear something you recognize.  

Sunday 16 September @ Outpost, 8pm $10 or b/o
Elan Asch + Rakalam Bob Moses
Elan Asch - sax / Rakalam Bob Moses - drums

Wednesday 19 September @ Outpost, 8pm $10 or b/o
Charlie Kohlhase's Explorer's Club Trio
Charlie Kohlhase – saxophones / Eric Hofbauer – guitar / Sean Farias - bass

Tuesday 25 September @ Outpost, 8pm $10 or b/o
Steve Lantner Quartet
Allan Chase - saxes / Steve Lantner - piano / Joe Morris - bass
Luther Gray - drums

Thursday 27 September @ Outpost, 8pm $10 or b/o 
James Merenda & Tickle Juice

James Rohr – keyboard / Tauras Biskis – drums / Jon Dreyer - bass
Tom Duprey – cornet / David Hawthorne – guitar /Jef Charland – guitar /James Merenda - alto sax

Friday  28 September @ Outpost, 8pm $10 or b/o
Junk Kitchen Series #   ~  Read it and Weep -

Sunday 30 September @ Outpost, 2:30-5pm
UNWOMAN in her Boston debut!
Unwoman is a San Francisco-based cellist-singer-songwriter frequently featured at steampunk conventions and other major events all over the US. She has self-produced seven solo albums and recently completed her sixth successful kickstarter campaign. Unwoman has also performed with Amanda Palmer, Rasputina, Voltaire, Abney Park, Stripmall Architecture, and Vernian Process.

Sunday 30 September @ Outpost 7-9pm, $5 
Cambridge Nights
An evening of short films by Cambridge-area film makers, 1st Sundays of the month. Scheduled feature and shorts. Walk-ins welcome!
“Unpredictable” (2010, 14 mins., Cambridge) by Lynette Laveau, founder of CCTV Drama Club.
“Harley Comes Homeless” (2012) by Kent Thompson

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