Fresh Ground Coffee House

FGCH has been cancelled in April to protect our guests from the spread of COVID-19. We hope to be back in May, stay tuned!

We regret to have to postpone the wonderful group
The Splinters.
We will announce a new date here.
 

The Splinters: infectious bluegrass for the 21st century! Combining bluegrass with country and folk roots, the Splinters offer an energetic take on traditional music. Their repertoire spans from haunting renditions of old songs to raucous bluegrass and fiddle tunes to more modern classics from some of the best songwriters out there. NBC Boston listed them as a “band to watch”, during the 2018 Somerville Porchfest.

The Splinters released their first album in November 2016 as a duo, “Old Songs”, which tells you where they are coming from – mining tradition for new meaning, all while tapping your feet and having a good time!


Postponed:
The Green Sisters

Sprouting from a small farm in rural Massachusetts, the Green Sisters have had a deep love of music from birth. They’ve been playing venues in New England regularly for five years and have garnered quite the following. It’s hard not to smile when treated with their tight harmonies and high energy tunes; their loving but wry sibling banter makes every life show enjoyable.

The four gals get together to play as often as they can. They revel in each other’s company, and jump easily from bluegrass to barbershop to blues to Celtic to originals of all styles.


What’s fresh at Fresh Ground?

Live music, great coffee and tea, homemade eats, and great company! We’re all about mellow coffeehouse style infused with sparkling local talent. Find us on the 3rd Saturday of the month at the UUSG Fellowship Hall, 66 Elm Street in Gardner! Fresh Ground features the finest local and regional musicians for a great evening of entertainment. Doors open at 6:30 PM, music from 7 – 9 PM. Cover charge: $8. Our freshly made, delicious snacks and beverages are available for purchase.


See performer bios and more at our Facebook page.

Have suggestions for local talent?


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