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The Gaslight Tinkers Will Move Your Feet And Intrigue Your Mind

Saturday, APRIL 22, 2017 7:30 p.m. $6 – $15 (978) 544-8784 (to benefit the Friends of the Wendell Free Library) The Gaslight Tinkers shake the stage with traditional melodies and contemporary grooves from around the world. The band’s afro-pop, funk and reggae rhythms create a powerfully danceable sound to elevate traditional New England, old time […]

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The Gaslight Tinkers Will Move Your Feet And Intrigue Your Mind

Saturday, APRIL 11, 2015 7:30 p.m. $7 – $15 (978) 544-5557 (to benefit Seeds of Solidarity) The Gaslight Tinkers shake the stage with traditional melodies and contemporary grooves from around the world. The band’s afro-pop, funk and reggae rhythms create a powerfully danceable sound to elevate traditional New England, old time and celtic fiddle music, […]

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