Press Room Highlights

 


 

Boston.com  |  March 26, 2013

Miserable circumstandce stoked Cormac McCarthy's latest album, "Collateral." The veteran folk singer and songwriter...[more]

 

 

Boston Globe |  February 21, 2013

From 1989 to 1992, you could say the End Construction collective of Ellis Paul, Jon Svetkey, Jim...[more]

 


 

A Boston folk legend reappears

Boston Globe  |  January 26, 2013

Jack Landron, known back in the 1960s as Jackie Washington, was one of the most popular folk...[more]

 


 

Celtic Music Fest ends in fine form

Boston Globe  |  January 14, 2013

The concert had lasted three hours, and it was over all too soon...[more]

 


 

Annual Iguana Fund awards record breaking 40,000 dollars to 24 winners

Examiner  |  January 5, 2013

Big Bill Broonzy, the guitarist, singer, and songwriter who was one of the towering figures of early...[more]

 


 

Celebrating Big Bill Broonzy

Boston Globe  |  January 4, 2013

This year, the Iguana Music Fund exceeded their goal and awarded 40,000 dollars to 24 local...[more]

 


Wicked Local  |  November 24, 2012

At the epicenter is the legendary jazz-turned-folk club that's survived despite closing twice and...[more]



 

Boston Globe  |  December 23, 2012

Four and a half years ago, Hayley Reardon was a shy, quiet girl from Marblehead. She had just...[more]



 

Explore America: Massachusetts' Legendary Club Passim

The Huffington Post  |  October 24, 2012

In this modern era that embraces constant change, it's nice to know some things are still here, like...[more]

 


 

Levon Helm honored at Passim

Boston.com  |  May 29, 2012

Club Passim in Cambridge will honor Helm with a benefit for the American Cancer Society...[more]

 


 

'Club 47' documentary explores heyday of famed Cambridge folk hub

Boston Globe  |  April 13, 2012

The story of how Club 47 went from humble Cambridge coffeehouse to nationally known folk music...[more]

 

 

Past Tense: Club Passim

Harvard Crimson  |  March 28, 2012

Rather than being stuck revering its history, Passim envisions itself as a vital and vibrant community...[more]

 

 

36 Hours: Cambridge, Mass.

The New York Times  I  December 22, 2011

When the leaves have fallen and the winter chill has set in, many small cities slip into...[more]

 


 

Club Passim Knew Them Before They Were Cool

Tufts Observer  I  September 27, 2011

Google “Club Passim” and you will quickly unearth accounts of its illustrious history at the vanguard...[more]

 


 

'Magic" and Some Hard Years Bring Rowe Some Attention

Boston Globe  I  March 13, 2011

Sean Rowe does not sugarcoat the journey he has taken to get his new album heard outside a cult...[more]

 


 

Club 47 and the Civil Rights Movement

Harvard Square Business Association Archives  |  September 2010

Harvard Square's Club 47, later named Club Passim, was one of the first venues in a northern city...[more]



 

Local Treasure: Club Passim

Yankee Magazine  |  September/October 2010

Before Anais Mitchell can take the stage, Matt Smith, manager of Club Passim in Cambridge...[more]

 


 

'Throwing it All in the Bucket'

Boston Globe  I September 4, 2009

“I’m on a crusade,’’ says Club Passim manager Matt Smith, his exuberance unflagging even after...[more]

 


 

Club Passim's Archived History

Boston Globe  I  March 23 2008

One of the key players in the great folk revival of the 1950s and '60s and the longest-running folk music...[more]



 

Where Folk History Lives

The Boston Globe  I March 23, 2008

I say folk music. You think guitar-strumming troubadour with furrowed brow and earnest message...[more]