Monday, April 05, 2010

Henning and Chris Live in Boston at The Beehive (April 6)

On Tuesday, April 6.  I'm playing a solo show in Boston at The Beehive.  I'll be sharing the stage with Chris Collingwood (Fountains of Wayne).  We'll each play solo sets and then we'll play some songs together at the end.  That's the plan anyway.  You never really know what's going to happen at gigs like this.

This is a link to the venue and the specific event:  Beehive Chris and Henning  Details are there.

I've never been to The Beehive, but judging by the pictures and this description, I'm gonna dig it.  Maybe you will, too.
Located in the underbelly of the Boston Center for the Art’s (BCA’s) Cyclorama, the architecturally breathtaking space (converted from the boiler room, a woodshop and former artist studios) has the look and feel of an artist’s studio, complemented by works of art and musical entertainment by local artists. The Beehive gets its name and inspiration from La Ruche (fr. the beehive), a 1920’s era artist’s residence in Paris designed by Gustave Eiffel. Similar to its Parisian namesake, The Beehive is a melting pot for lovers of art and the artists themselves. With its exposed brick, warm woods, and antique chandeliers, The Beehive is part artists’ showcase, part rustic bistro, and part music hall. Patrons can enjoy an array of nightly live music featuring jazz, cabaret, and burlesque acts in one of three dining rooms or at one of the two custom-designed bars by local artist Jeff Smith using wood remnants and other unique materials. Come to enjoy a night of rustic fare, eclectic wine and vintage cocktails, in a space like no other in the city of Boston.

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