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Discussion in 'US Member Clubs' started by Agitator, Mar 12, 2013.
Sawks suck'n hahd, huh?
In Cambridge June through August every year, except when my wife has a sabbatical. She teaches at Colby College in Central Maine, so -- sigh -- we spend September through May up there.
South shore in the house
Flatlander in Vermont!
Oh Hey - me and the missus are Mass****s up here in the Green Mountain State. Been here going on eight years and we will always be "flatlanders"!
I hear ya- "washashore" on the Cape- that's where my mother-in-law has been for about 15 years- still a mere Washashore...
From Salem, myself- No-ath Sho-wa!
Moved to the Chelmsford area in 1996. Originally from the South.
Born and raised in Spencer, near Worcester. Lived in this state most of my life, except for college in CT and a few years in RI. Currently live in Canton.
Me too. Unless that's bad...in which case I'm from New Hampshire.
Raised in Medfield, home of "Hurricane" Peter McNeeley. Now live in Sudbury, the 01776
Dot Rat here, Savin Hill
Anyone attend the Gloucester Blues Festival last weekend?
RI is wonderful.
Barrington to Newport is West Cape Cod.
The rest of the state is Southern Central Mass.
CT on the other hand... no dice on joining the Union
CT- New England OR NY???
Yesssss. Dated a girl from Fairfield, CT- She always claimed to be a New Englander, then supported the NY football Giants, and the Yankees….the YANKEES????
Connecticut is just a vast suburb of NYC until you get north of Hartford…
We have a lot of Yankee fans here in VT as well- Oh Well, I guess some folks just like to take the easy way out!
So true! I went to the University of Hartford and experienced this firsthand as well. It's amazing how Hartford is the dividing line between southern New England vs "Wish We Were Westchester County 2". My guess is you root for the team that plays in the closer stadium... or a lot of NYers decided they liked having a lawn and settled in CT.
Hey W Massers, Northern CTers and Souther VTers. Trying to find some decent venues that support original music. I've been playing the area for 20+ years and original venues seem to be dwindling. Most of the bars (which are not necessarily our scene) want top 40 covers/country and we are just not into doing that (Did the cover thing years ago all around NE.) We've found some supportive coffee houses and breweries, but are looking for more. Any suggestions??? Thanks.
Greetings from the South Shore.
Hey, Chicken Yard!
Don't know how far your "Willin'" to travel, but I live next to Stowe, VT- only about 3.5- 4hrs from Springfield. This town is a four season world class resort destination and the Mountain Road has a number of clubs/restaurants brewpubs etc that would probably fit your bill- worth a weekend trip with your band to chill and check it out
It's all here! You may only cover gas money playing, but it would be a fun weekend- not like playing Pittsfield.
Hey Carl! Thanks for the lead. Very familiar with Stowe but totally forgot about it. Outta site outta mind ya know. But will definitely check it out again. Used to do a lot of (poorly executed) skiing up there years ago!
My daughter just graduated from Colby college in central Maine....small world! Go Mules
Inexperienced poster here. My previous post was supposed to be a reply to TeleHawg.
Anyway, now that my kids have graduated I have more time on my hands to finally learn to play my telecasters (2). So I wanted to reach out to the Mass-h-o-l-e-s for tips, suggestions, etc for good teachers from Boston to the south shore that I should reach out to for some lessons.
I second this - in a few months is like to start taking lessons after I get myself back in playing shape. Anyone have any teacher suggestions south of Boston?