This is a page of music links and we want it to be the best. Please suggest other websites to the Young Adult Librarian on your next visit to the library. I have my favorite bands – old school groups like Clash, Gang of 4, Rancid, Frank Black, Rage Against the Machine – but I try to listen to new music, too. Some of my current favorites include LP, Jeff the Brotherhood, Arcade Fire, The Wavves, Best Coast, The Thermals, Immortal Technique, Saul Williams, Jay Reatard, Battles, Girl Talk…and many others. I’m sure you have your favorites, too. But listen to one new band every month for all of your life!
Teen Musicians! Are you in a band? We want you! The Swampscott Public Library is sponsoring the 11th annual local teen band concert on Saturday, June 22nd 4-9pm at Fisherman’s Beach in Swampscott. To register your band, call Sandy 781-596-8867 extension 304, or stop in the library. Deadline to register: Tuesday, April, 30th.
And we hope you all spread the word and get a good crowd out to hear all the bands. It’s the beginning of the summer season!
SATURDAY, JUNE 23rd 4:00pm TEN YEARS AFTER: Swampscott Library Beach show
Nobody is sadder than I am about the rainstorm. I’ve put a link to the photos I did manage to get before the deluge. Thank you to everyone for coming out to the show–next year, SUN!!
On Saturday, June 23rd there will be a concert of local teen bands from 4:00pm to 9:00pm. The teen concert, TEN YEARS AFTER will be held at Fisherman’s Beach near the Fish House. Be sure and come to hear your favorite local bands.
Flickr photos from concert
I’ve posted the photos from Saturday’s concert. Will link to news stories later today.
Thank you to all the bands who played at the Swampscott Public local teen band concert called It Came From the Sea! on Saturday, June 26th 4-9pm at Fisherman’s Beach in Swampscott. The bands who played: The Dirty Apples, The Informers, Angus in Drag, Orakular, The Scouflaws, WNFB, Urban Rangers, This Day in History, Fault & the Fidler, and Squad Room Antics. Flickr photos from the concert
and The Scouflaws and Swampscott Reporter article about the concert
Unshelved 5/11/09 Yes, another look at how librarians see teenagers…