2023 Truro Summer Concerts
Gypsy jazz, jump jive, Latin grooves, swing, international folk and funk originals on anything from the piano to the spoons! World traveler, story teller, band in a body, Zoe’s boundless energy is hard to ignore. She’ll be joined by a band of stellar musicians. Get ready for an upbeat show!
The Rip-It-Ups are a Cape Cod-based band playing a variety of styles – R&B, jazz, rock, blues, country, folk and originals, best described as Americana or roots music. It’s not uncommon for the band to go from Johnny Mercer to Robert Johnson to Frankie Valli, all in a row. The band’s concept is to provide a great show along with humor, superior musicianship and swing.
Sarah Swain and the Oh Boys
Sarah Swain & the Oh Boys have been together since 2009, playing Sarah’s originals, rockabilly classics, and always some unexpected treasures. Their set has a vibrant energy... whether you're on the dance floor or not , you just can’t help but feel good! They play to packed houses across the Cape, with Sarah on guitar and vocals, Ron Siegel on upright bass, Liam Hogg on drums and Mark Usher on lead guitar.
The Grab Brothers
The Grab Brothers are true brothers—Larry and Marc Grab—with music that explodes in a kick-ass blend of “Retro for Today” lead guitar crunching rhythms, mystical-leaning lyrics and arena-filling vocals that pull your heart strings on a whim.
Woof Woof Meow
Woof Woof Meow inspires audiences to celebrate the Earth by dancing to original ska, funk, reggae and new wave, plus covers by Prince, Bob Marley, Fela Kuti and The B-52's. We are Michael Holt (keyboards, vocals) and Ken Field (sax, flute), plus Rikki Bates (drums), Trevor Pearson (bass) and Lisa Brown (percussion, vocals).
Tim Dickey - Toast and Jam
TOAST AND JAM formed in 2008 to compose and perform original Bluegrass, Americana, and modern Folk. The founders, both singer/songwriters and multi-instrumentalists, are Julie Charland and Tim Dickey, who have been friends and musical collaborators since the 1980’s. They’ll be joined by Orleans-based fiddle player Alice Malone and Cambridge-based bassist Blake Newman.
Celebrating 27 Years of Free Concerts