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Ginger Ibex + Illusion's End + Urban Myth

$10 Cover @ the Door / Start 7:30pm / Doors 7pm

Ginger Ibex


Ginger Ibex makes use of strings, piano, and percussion along with a wealth of ethnic influences and selected classical chops to create a sound that is as hard to classify as it is beguiling.Pianist Sharon Crumrine's earliest influences was Beethoven, and also the Romantic & Impressionistic composers, Middle Eastern modes, Tango and contemporary Rock.  Mezzo-violist Betty Widerski's radically eclectic background and endless creative & technical ability on a wild variety of stringed instruments, plus some percussion added to the mix, give Ginger Ibex a powerful yet lyrical sound. Melika Fitzhugh's wide range of instrumental skills (including violin, guitar, percussion & bass) plus her love of Balkan music in odd meters make her ready for any musical style Ginger Ibex explores.

Illusion's End


Illusion's End is a metal/symphonic/progressive band hailing from Massachusetts. Founded in 2010 by guitarist James Donahue and bassist Melika Fitzhugh, Illusion's End draws influence from international acts like Epica and Nightwish to local heroes HolyHell and Seven Spires. Each member coming from different bands from Boston such as Streak, Anarchangel, Katie Stodder, Amber Spyglass and Rose Cabal. Coming in to the rest of the band is Anne Marie Cleary on vocals and Frank Jones on keys/synth. Illusion's End promises to make an impression in the Boston music scene!

Urban Myth


Urban Myth is a multi-member ensemble of versatile and innovative performers from New England whose repertoire mixes African/Middle Eastern rhythms, Early Music, Balkan and Celtic folk traditions, jazz, and other World music influences in a unique blend. Urban Myth's arrangements feature woodwinds ancient and modern, fiddle, guitars, bass, keyboards, accordion, vocals, and a full array of percussion instruments. With a distinctive earthy sensibility and a dash of hedonism, Urban Myth takes its audience on a journey through time and space.