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We are a few minutes walk from the North Station-Haverhill Commuter Rail and the 136/137 Bus Line

Unitarian Universalist Church
326 Main Street
Wakefield, MA 01880

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 Welcome to the Linden Tree Coffeehouse!

 Presenting the Finest of Folk Music since 1985

All shows start at 8:00 pm     Door opens at 7:30 pm
unless otherwise noted in the specific show description

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Coming up:

Our 2014-2015 Season with
The Finest of
Folk Music!

September 27, 2014
Vance Gilbert

October 11, 2014
Lou & Peter Berryman and Steve Gillette and Cindy Mangsen

November  1, 2014
Michael Smith

December  13, 2014
Bill Staines, McIssac and Ross opening

Coming in 2015:
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen, Robbie O’Connell & Aoife Clancy, and more!

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Past Shows




May 3, 2014    $18   8:00 pm

Les Sampou and Paul Rishell & Annie Raines 

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Les Sampou writes and sings Americana music that’s full of twang and blues. Her musical career has spanned five recordings and countless listening rooms, bars, and festivals as well as over several hundred thousand miles of road. ‘Lonesomeville’ is the diary.

It takes you through lonely hotel rooms, endless highways, and the bedrooms of hard-living lovers. J “Sly, lived-in songs about mismatched lives, hard goodbyes, and honky tonk heartbreak; all of which makes Lonesomeville not such a bad place to be after all, especially if she’s playing there."

The critics say it all:

W.C. Handy Award-winners Rishell & Raines are rousing interpreters of country blues, the original acoustic style that gave birth to electric blues, R&B, and rock. While their guitar, harmonica, and vocals are roiling, muscular, and masterful, their shows are down home-friendly and fun-loving.”
- Scott Alarik, Boston Globe

"There must be some physical explanation for the sheer joy they bring to the blues...lots of heat but also plenty of subtle variation under the theme."
- Chuck Young, Atlantic Monthly

“I have an album called Moving to the Country by Paul Rishell & Annie Raines. Lyle Lovett recommended it to me and it‘s just sensational.”
- Comedian/Director David Steinberg (quoted in the National Post, Canada)