Saturday, July 13, 2024


“Shower the People”: The James Taylor Tribute Band, in Concert

Bass River Arts Campus

Saturday, July 20, 2024 at 07:30 PM Member Price: $25 Price: $30


This is a “must-see” performance for James Taylor fans. Come listen and sing along with Cape Cod’s own Greg Johnson and his band as they share the story behind the man and recreate the music that has touched millions of people around the world. Although Taylor’s career lasted long after his success in the ‘60s and ‘70s, this tribute show concentrates on his early life and music. Haunted by the demons from his past, James Taylor found the inner strength to follow his dream of becoming a famous musician. You will hear the story behind each song and be invited to sing along to some of J.T.’s most famous hits. Greg Johnson has been performing around New England for over four decades and attributes his inspiration to the music of James Taylor and the image of the sensitive southern gentleman who spoke through his music.

The JT Tribute Band features Greg Johnson (guitar and lead vocals), Brian Morris (keyboard, mandolin, electric guitar, and backup vocals), Derick Bousseier (drums), Janet Leahy (backup vocals), Julie Sieben (backup vocals), and John Pells (bass).

Jazz Jam Cape Cod Hosted By Bart Weisman

Bass River Arts Campus

Sunday, July 21, 2024 at 12:00 PM – 02:30 PM This event hosted in CAS (Creative Arts Space) at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod. Price: $10


Every third Sunday of the month come to listen to or perform Jazz Standards with Fred Boyle, Ron Ormsby, and Bart Weisman!

Since 2006, this has been the only Jazz Jam on Cape Cod. Professional and student musicians perform Jazz Standards with Fred Boyle on piano, Ron Ormsby on bass, and Bart Weisman on drums.


Kaleidoscope Chamber Ensemble

Bass River Arts Campus

Friday, July 26, 2024 at 07:30 PM Price: $25


“kaleidoscopic in shading and expressive nuance.” Cleveland Plain Dealer

Formed in 1996 by musicians with a wealth of chamber music experience, Kaleidoscope committed itself from the beginning to presenting a wide musical repertory, diverse in style, period, and instruments. As the name implies, the group’s combination and number of instruments constantly change, even within a single concert.

Chamber works with as few as two players may be programmed with larger works of up to six or more performers, which include string players, wind players, and a pianist. Kaleidoscope’s broad repertoire ranges from works from the Baroque era to the most recent 21st century compositions.

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