The Taunton District Center for the Arts presents a spectrum of musical acts from the 1930s to the present day. The newly renovated space reflects the tradition of great colonial architecture of the 1820s and all the amenities and technology of the twenty-first century. Come and enjoy great original acts like Jonathan Edwards, John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band, Cheryl Wheeler and Aztec Twostep along with great covers of traditional rock bands like the Blushing Brides, Trinity, Hay Nineteen, Joshua Tree, the Edwards Twins, and the New York BeeGees.
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NYSOM is a live band celebrating the timeless music of one of the greatest singer/songwriters of our time, Billy Joel. All seasoned performers from Broadway and beyond, the band’s precise, exciting and passionate renditions of Billy’s classic songs have engaged audiences everywhere from the casual listener to the hardcore fan.
For over 15 years No Quarter (a tribute to the Led Zeppelin legacy) has been pounding the Hammer of the Gods to Led Zeppelin Fans both nationally and internationally. This authentic Live Concert reproduction goes far beyond any group of musicians covering the same tunes you've heard on the radio for over 4 decadesFind out more »
Sacred Fire is comprised of seasoned experienced touring musicians. It is a blistering six-piece Latin Rock Santana Tribute band that knows how to bring out the energy in a crowd and pull out all the stops with your favorite songs spanning the career of Carlos Santana.
A Neil Young acoustic tribute like never before, is how old friends describe local performer Jamie Gardner and friends. This group meet as young children at Matunuck beach, a small community in South Kingstown Rhode Island. And, ever since then they’ve have been exchanging fun memories of farms and Playing music for the locals. Don’t miss this amazing acoustic tribute, by local performer Jamie Gardner and friends. Buy your tickets today!
Miss Heidi has an inimitable voice and style all of her own. She is “considerably versatile, infused with the old school spirit of Bessie Smith and self-assured defiance of Janis Joplin” (as quoted by Mark Harriman, Boston Sports Deck, 2011). She sings the blues like she’s lived a few decades on the Delta, said former band mate Tim Lindsey.