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After The Lilypad


The Rubenoff Project at The Lilypad in Cambridge, Massachusetts, was an unqualified success in large part because of the support of the Temple Ohabei Shalom community, but also because of the joy with which my fellow musicians performed.  ( If you like you can hear our closing number here.)

The Lilypad was an excellent choice as a venue for our first-ever gig.  Rent is reasonable and their quality recording services allowed us to come away with a useable demo as well as some memories to make us smile.  The people there are friendly and helpful and I recommend them to any group looking for a venue.

With this success behind us we will be looking at learning some new tunes and appearing at a new venue sometime in the not-so-distant future.

In other news, submissions continue steady at The Poetry Locksmith, welcoming new and familiar voices alike.  Be sure to stop by and check out work by Rosa Farrington, Donal Mahoney, Gil Hoy and J.K. Durick.

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