Saturday, March 11th at 7:30 PM

Obscure Notation

45 Webster St., Rockland (Next to the Post Office)
Space is limited. Doors open at 7.

Free Admission | Donations Welcome

Your contribution helps ensure we can book future shows. Thank you for the continued support!

Thank you to Rockland Cultural Council for helping us fund this event!

About the Band

Obscure Notation is a jazz fusion group from the South Shore that performs music from ECM artists of the 1960s, 70s, and 80s, as well as original compositions. Mike Tetreault plays guitar and holds a Bachelor’s of Music from Berklee College of Music. Steve Tapper plays bass, flute, sax, and EWI; holds a BM from Berklee and a graduate degree in Modern American Music Flute Performance from Longy School at Bard College. Harry Castleman plays drums and studied at Berklee. He has played in bands in Boston, Colorado and England, where his group was featured in Rolling Stone. Shira Moss is a percussionist and holds a BFA from Philadelphia College of Art. They play local venues such as PorchFest in Hull, Quincy, Belmont, and area Farmers Markets.

The Menu

  • Assorted home-baked goods

  • Selection of coffee and tea

  • Sodas and bottled water

  • Award-winning chili (vegan)

  • Mocktails by Riot RCVRY

Open Mic Set

If you are a singer, musician, poet, comedian, or just have a good story to share, sign up for our open mic set when you come in. We have a mic and amp available, but musicians must be able to carry their own instruments on and off the stage. Open mic participants may not use the band's equipment. We will invite participants to come up in order of signup and perform one piece. If time allows, we may invite everyone to come up for a second.

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About the Venue

Channing Church
45 Webster St., Rockland

Channing Church is a Unitarian Universalist congregation located in the heart of Rockland. It has been home to coffeehouse events for many years and proud to be the venue for the Open Road Coffeehouse.