Steeple Banner announcing the 20th Season

2016 - 2017

November 12th
Five O'Clock Shadow

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October 8th, 7:30pm

In advance: $15 General/$12 Students & Seniors
At the door: $18 General/$15 Students & Seniors
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Exclusive Tomasso dinner offer for Steeple patrons is back! "Dinner for Two" with a ticket/dinner purchase is a great way to complete the night! For details click  here

Special thanks to our
generous sponsor:

Southborough's premier dining establishment has been a key supporter of Steeple for many years.

From feeding the performers, to donating desserts and offering an exclusive dining option we can't thank them enough!

Thank you to Tom Prince and the rest of the team Tomasso for their generous support.

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We are pleased to announce our new coffee sponsor:

Armeno Coffee Roasters

Armeno Coffee

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Scott Wolfson and Other Heros


Scott Wolfson and Other Heroes are fast making a name for themselves as New Jersey’s indie folk powerhouse.  From beginnings in 2011, they have launched into success both on the air and on the ground. Their second album, Welcoming the Flood, reached #23 on the Folk DJ charts and received worldwide AAA and Americana airplay as well as a glowing review in No Depression. The band has appeared onstage at the Philadelphia Folk Fest, in studios including WFUV with John Platt, and has been selected as one of three 2016 "Most Wanted" emerging artists at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival.

Their big, catchy, complex sound can liven up festival stages, or fill a coffee shop just as deftly without overwhelming. Scott’s rich lyricism and soulful voice stands at the front of an inimitable band: Matt Laurita serves up tasty leads on guitar and banjo, Skyler Bode juggles keys and buttons, Mya Byrne adds body on mandolin, guitar, and slide, Chris Kelly drives the percussion, and Kirk Siee ties the room together on upright bass.

Scott Wolfson and Other Heroes are carving a place in the contemporary folk landscape with their infectious melodies, insightful lyrics, and devilish arrangements. Reviewers have dubbed them “magicians,” "wizards," “the future of folk rock,” and “an Indie Folk music that could work on street corners or big stages.” Keep an eye out for them -- you won't go home unsatisfied!

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