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2015 - 2016



 
Alastair Moock's

Pastures of Plenty



April 16th

Family show 3pm

Standard show 7:30pm



Family show pricing:
$9 each/$29 family

Standar show pricing:
In advance: $15 General/$12 Students & Seniors
At the door: $18 General/$15 Students & Seniors
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Exclusive Tomasso dinner offer for Steeple patrons is back! "Dinner for Two" with a ticket/dinner purchase is a great way to complete the night! For details click  here


Please note that we have a new phone number
508 281 9995



Special thanks to our
generous sponsor:




Southborough's premier dining establishment has been a key supporter of Steeple for many years.

From feeding the performers, to donating desserts and offering an exclusive dining option we can't thank them enough!

Thank you to Tom Prince and the rest of the team Tomasso for their generous support.


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We are pleased to announce our new coffee sponsor:

Armeno Coffee Roasters

Armeno Coffee
  



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Alastair Moock's Pastures of Plenty

When Alastair Moock began his Pastures of Plenty series in Boston in 2000, the idea was to bridge some of the gaps he saw in the local music scene — between the folk and roots rock crowds, between the contemporary and traditional scenes, and between younger and older players. But what it really came down to was just bringing together some of the region's best songwriters and musicians to swap tunes on a stage. Nearly fifteen years later, the series is still "the hippest hootenanny in town" (The Boston Globe).

The list of guests over the years reads like a who's who of New England roots musicians: Bill Morrissey, Lori McKenna, Ronnie Earl, Kris Delmhorst, Tracy Grammer, Barrence Whitfield, Sarah Borges, Dennis Brennan, Mark Erelli, The Resophonics, and The Silver Leaf Gospel Singers, to name just a few.

Past shows have taken place at premier venues throughout the northeast, including the Newport and Boston Folk Festivals. But the home base for the series has always been historic Club Passim in Cambridge, MA.


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