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August 29, 2013

Tunes on the Town

THURSDAY, Aug. 29

Live music, TBD, 7 to 10 p.m., Giuseppe’s Ristorante and Piano Bar, corner of Main and Washington streets, Gloucester.

Old Cold Tater, 8 p.m., Mile Marker 1 at Cape Ann Marina, 75 Essex Ave., Gloucester. Folk, bluegrass, swing.

Dave Sag’s Blues Party, 8:30 p.m., The Rhumb Line, 41 Railroad Ave., Gloucester. With Gordon ”Sax” Beadle.

DJ Vito, 9 p.m. to close, Minglewood Tavern, 25 Rogers St., Gloucester. “Shake It Thursday.”

FRIDAY, Aug. 30

Sunset Music Sail, 6 to 8 p.m., schooner Thomas E. Lannon, Seven Seas Wharf, Rogers Street, Gloucester. About 10 musicans perform bluegrass, Celtic, folk, and a little classical as the Lannon sails around Gloucester Harbor. $37.50 to $50. 978-281-6634 or www.schooner.org.

Joe Blanchard, 6 to 9 p.m., The Parlor Restaurant at Emerson Inn By The Sea, Rockport. Joe will play original piano compositions with a classical influence and new age twist.

Linda Amero’s Menage a Trio, 7 to 10 p.m., Downstairs @ Franklin Cafe, 118 Main St., Gloucester. Jazz/American standards with vocalist Amero, pianist Steve Heck and bassist Tom Stein.

Overtone All-Stars, 8 p.m., Mile Marker 1 at Cape Ann Marina, 75 Essex Ave., Gloucester.

Joe Thomas, 8:30 p.m. to close, Giuseppe’s Ristorante and Piano Bar, corner of Main and Washington streets, Gloucester. At the piano bar.

Lois Lane & The Daily Planets, 9 p.m. to close, Minglewood Tavern, 25 Rogers St., Gloucester. Soul rock, funk.

KBMG, 9 p.m., Dog Bar, 65 Main St., Gloucester. Solo acoustic.

Ned and the Big Babies, 9 p.m., The Rhumb Line, 41 Railroad Ave., Gloucester. Rock ‘n’ roll.

SATURDAY, Aug. 31

The Early Show with Dan King, 5 p.m., Mile Marker 1 at Cape Ann Marina, 75 Essex Ave., Gloucester. With special guest.

Bob Allison, 6 to 9 p.m., The Parlor Restaurant at Emerson Inn By The Sea, 1 Cathedral Ave., Rockport. Bob will play the grand piano during dinner. His melodic style draws on the core of the “Great American Songbook” including the works of Cole Porter, Duke Ellington and the Gershwins.

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