RAVE N’ RAGE Nov 3rd-5th: What’s Going On This Weekend?
Today was a big day for Rave 'n' Rage! We celebrated our week anniversary of being back on the airwaves with a broadcast on WCSH-6's Morning Report! Video for that is below, followed by all the cool shows you should be checking out this weekend.
This week's show selection ranges from folk to 80's funk drawn into the modern era, and from Portland all the way to Brownfield! Have at it, music lovers.
Stone Mountain Arts Center (Brownfield)
8:00pm Start – 5:00pm if you want to have dinner
$20 At the Door
- This up-tempo Nashville folk outfit ooze fun and vintage musical flavor, and are playing
a venue that exudes much the same vibe. Don't forget you can eat at the venue, too!
The Mallett Brothers Band & Adam Ezra Group
Waterville Opera House (Waterville)
7pm doors – 8pm show
$15 Advance / $20 Day of Show
- This staple of Maine country is truly becoming a force to be reckoned with. Joined by
Boston's Adam Ezra Group, they'll be bringing a nice evening of acoustic music with
attitude to the good people of the Central Maine.
The Art of Songwriting w/ Dominic Lavoie, Dan Tedesco & Pete Rossi
$7 At the Door
- Fans of singer songwriters won't wanna miss this one! Featuring Portland Music
Scene vet (and weekend CYY Jock) Dominic Lavioe, and joined by travelling singer
songwriters Dan Tedesco and Pete Rossi, this event will offer an intimate look into
what's really happening in the music.
An Evening of The Music of Fleetwood Mac
Portland House of Music (Portland)
9:00pm Doors - 9:00pm Start
$8 Advance / $12 Day of Show
- Swing on by House of Music on Saturday to catch a slew of Portland's crazy talented
musicians taking on the greatest hits of legendary rock band Fleetwood Mac. Expect
special guest appearances and surprise cuts!
Turkuaz w/ The Suffers
Port City Music Hall (Portland)
7:30pm doors – 8:30pm start
$18 Advance / $20 Day of Show
- This 9-piece pop rock band from Brooklyn has some definite 80's funk vibes going
on, and I'm digging it. Colorful stage arrangements and great live energy await those
interested in this one... And seriously, who doesn't love the keytar?