Somerville Songwriter Session at Armory Cafe Saturday March 7


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.

Boston musician Sam Bayer is your literate, exuberant guide to an imaginary world where housewives win the Nobel Prize in physics, poker-playing children gamble over their bedtimes, and metaphorical elephants pirouette in the den, four and a half minutes at a time. More at

Mya Adriene Byrne is a guitarist, singer, songwriter, poet, and producer/engineer based in New York City. Since the fall of 2012, Mya has become a steady figure in the national folk music scene, performing her own music constantly, both solo and with her band of friends. She is also a dedicated member of Scott Wolfson and Other Heroes, a collective project centered around their eponymous leader’s compositions. More at

Beth DeSombre sings new songs that spring from old traditions, telling the stories of people and places along life’s crooked highways. Sing Out! Magazine describes her songs as “smart and uplifting . . . focusing on the quiet meaning to be found in ordinary life.” Christine Lavin calls her songwriting “wonderful,” and the folk-pop duo The Kennedys laud her “catchy melodies and insightful lyrics.” More at

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