Somerville Songwriter Sessions at the Armory Cafe presents an evening of politically inspired music on Saturday May 3 featuring Boston
singer/songwriters Dean Stevens and Terry Kitchen and Maine singer/songwriter David Dodson. The concert will feature a solo set by each artist, followed by a round robin song swap. The show begins at 8 pm and admission is $10. The Armory Cafe is at 191 Highland Avenue, Somerville. For more information call 617-718-2191 or visit or Performer details below.

Somerville Songwriter Sessions at the Armory Cafe presents contemporary folk singer/songwriters in concert on the first Saturday of each month. The Armory Cafe features live music in an intimate setting, a menu featuring sandwiches, soups, desserts and coffees, and plenty of free parking.

Costa Rica born Dean Stevens has been delighting audiences of all ages throughout the Americas for the past thirty years. An exuberant performer of distinctive style and wit, he combines an intricate, self-taught guitar style with a versatile and expressive singing voice. He has established himself as a formidable creator and interpreter of songs in both English and Spanish, exploring a wide variety of personal and social topics that celebrate the Earth while annoying the narrow minded. His latest CD is At Last. More at
“Dean Stevens will inspire you.”-Pete Seeger.

Award-winning Boston contemporary folk singer/songwriter (and now novelist) Terry Kitchen’s songs are portraits of ordinary people and emotions, captured with extraordinary compassion, honesty and humor. He has released ten CDs of original music since the 1990s, and his songs have won the Mid-Atlantic and USA Song Contests and been runner-up in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest. His new novel Next Big Thing, called “a great debut novel” by the San Francisco Book Review, is set in the 1980s Boston music scene, when Kitchen’s own group Loose Ties was engaged in a nightly battle for existence and glory. More on Terry at
“One of New England’s finest songwriters”-The Boston Globe
“Terry Kitchen picks up where Elvis Costello and Tom Waits merge and leave off.”
-Vance Gilbert

Camden, Maine’s David Dodson never ceases to amaze, inspire and delight. His music explores every kind of style and topic you’ve ever dreamed of, from a poignant folk ballad about clear-cutting the Maine Woods to an over-the-top tango called “My Inner Republican.” He has shared the stage with everyone from k.d. lang to Sha Na Na, and his songs have been recorded by numerous folk artists and comedians. His CDs include Weasel Rhythm and Goldenrod.
More on David at
“An eyes-twinkling, word twisting, pretension-shattering wit that delighted and surprised the crowd all night.”-Boston Globe

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