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Winter Potpourri

Linden Tree Coffeehouse, 326 Main Street, Wakefield, MA

Linden Tree Coffeehouse’s WINTER POTPOURRI is back for an evening of discovering new talent on Saturday, December 10th at 7:30 pm. Ten New England singer-songwriters will play two songs each with hopes to be chosen to perform during next year’s season. Audience input will play a major part in the decision, so please come down to help make the choice while enjoying new music and new faces. The admission for this show is a suggested $10 which will be shared with the Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry.

Featuring and hosting the show is Kirsten Manville, a Wakefield-based singer-songwriter who engages audiences with melodic and lyric-focused Americana music, with a touch of blues and country. Her songs have singable lyrics and memorable melodies that capture stories about everyday life, the ups and downs, and in-betweens. Her latest CD is “Blossoms in the Sun.” It was a Top 5 pick in the September 2022 issue of Metronome Magazine.

Performing in this year’s potpourri are Ric Allendorf, Dan & Faith, Alex Fam, Folkapotamus, Rick Gottlieb, Kenny Selcer, Rob Siegel, and Erin Ash Sullivan. This year’s talents come with notable CDs and award credits. For a preview, most of the contestants in our answer to THE VOICE have websites where you can listen to a tune or two.

Pandemic Pause - No Shows Booked

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Can't wait to get back out there performing!!

Appetite for Discussion Radio Show

Behold the talk show of talk shows! If it’s in the news, or just bizarre, we’ll be discussing it! If it is really bizarre, we’ll we’ll beat it into submission! Layered with unique weekly guests, crazy segments, and viewpoints that just might fry your brain and make you pee your pants at the same time! Ashley Bottoms is an established model, actress, author, and radio personality who resides in the Boston area. Because she is transgender, some people have been quick to question whether or not it would hinder her dreams. Sadly, while some doors have closed, her quick wit and charm have paved for her a way to success that not have been possible any other way. When she is not covering a comic con or local convention, or airing her “what did she just say?” opinions on-air, she can be found donating her time for charities or working hard to establish herself for that next big thing.