Every Monday night at the Griswold Inn at 36 Main Street, Essex, CT, USA. We start a little after 8p and go until 11+p… Sometimes we fudge the specific times, pending crowd, weather, &c. It almost always fills in quickly so if you’ve a mind to sit you might wish to consider getting there early and ordering something from the pub menu. And bring your singing voice and a sense of humour, for anything less simply will not do!
– April –
29th – Sat. We’re playing a repeat performance at the annual “Burning of the Socks” at the Essex Yacht Club.
– May –
1st – Monday @ the Gris
7th – Sunday – 4:30 pm The Lebanon Historical Society presents Rick and “To End All Wars: Songs of the First World War” at 856 Trumbull Avenue in Lebanon, CT.
8th – Monday @ the Gris
13th – Sat. We’re back at our western home! – The Gryphon Pub at GPSCY!
15th – Monday @ the Gris
18th – Thursday ~ 7:30 pm The Brooklyn Historical Society presents Rick and “To End All Wars: Songs of the First World War” at the Trinity Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 7 Providence Road (Route 6) in Brooklyn, CT.
22d – Monday @ the Gris
29th – Monday @ the Gris
– June –
5th – Monday @ the Gris
12th – Monday @ the Gris – Survivor’s Night!
19th – Monday @ the Gris
26th – Monday @ the Gris
30th – Friday ~ Hartford, CT Noon (Rain Date is Tuesday July 11) The Old State House has once again asked the group Locomotive Shipwreck (Dawn Indermuehle, Tim Marth, Duke York and Rick Spencer) to do a concert for their Friday Farmer’s Market Concert Series. The Old State House is at 800 Main Street in Hartford, CT. Please note that in the event of rain this event will take place on Tuesday, July 11.
– July –
3d – Monday @ the Gris
10th – Monday @ the Gris
17th – Monday @ the Gris
24th – Monday @ the Gris
28th – Friday – We’ll be performing aboard the Becky Thatcher in Deep River. Watch the home page for details when the date approaches.
31st – Monday @ the Gris
Joe Hahn says:
I do not know if this is the most appropriate place to post this, but I did not see a “contact us” page. I am currently taking a course in world musics and I have been asked to observe a performance and or rehearsal of a group not part of the “classical” genre of music as part of a ethnomusicology based fieldwork project. After reading about The Jovial Crew and seeing some videos on youtube, seeing that you are huge proponents of English folk music, I think that doing this assignment around your group would be both educational and downright fun! I know you guys play every Monday at the Griswold Inn, would it be possible to have a couple minutes of your time afterwards or at another time to speak with you guys about your music in addition to seeing a performance?
Oi cliff! It’s your favorite giant! Sell your CDs online or put your stuff on iTunes. Your lovely voices need to be shared!
Hey Tall Mick! Come see Cliff’s site at http://www.CliffHaslam.com and you’ll see his CDs there!