Kami Lyle “Trumpet or Girl Scouts, pick one.” And so, on her ninth birthday, Kami Lyle waved goodbye to the scouts and bolted for the Schmitt’s music store in Minneapolis, MN. Acceptance into the Berklee College of Music took her to Boston, where she discovered she also loved singing and songwriting.�She graduated and relocated to Nashville, TN, where she enjoyed writing, performing at The Bluebird, and doing jingles/session work. A buzz grew quickly and soon she had a co-publishing deal (Criterion Music Corp.) and a recording contract (MCA/Universal Music). Kami’s first album, Blue Cinderella, produced by Hugh Padgham (Sting, Melissa Etheridge, Phil Collins) put her on VH1 with the single “Polka Dots” and was well-received by critics and fans alike. She loved Nashville but it didn’t have an ocean, so she moved to Cape Cod. Her underwater IPod is currently bursting with Lizzo, Tom Waits, Carole King, Stevie Wonder, Chet Baker and NRBQ.� Kami is passionate about songwriting and has enjoyed teaching privately and also at Steve Earle's Camp Copperhead. Her songs have appeared in film and television soundtracks including Bones (FOX), Young and the Restless (CBS), Real World (MTV), and For Love of the Game (with Kevin Costner). Co-writers include Lisa Loeb, Manu Katché, and Tom Harrell, with “Straight to My Heart” being recorded by Tom Harrell and featuring the great Dianne Reeves. Kami has toured with Robert Earl Keen, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Steve Forbert, and 10,000 Maniacs. She has opened shows for Shawn Colvin, Lyle Lovett, and The Boston Pops by the Sea. Kami Lyle and Friends (Joey Spampinato, Jerome Deupree, Barbara Blaisdell and Tim Utt) were honored to be invited to perform at The Continental Club for the South by Southwest Conference & Festival in March of 2023. They have a blast performing together and can currently be seen at the beautiful Boston Harbor Distillery. https://www.kamilyle.net/ Joey Spampinato is a multi-instrumentalist and was a founding member and bass player of NRBQ. He played bass on many albums, including Keith Richards' album Talk Is Cheap and Bonnie Raitt's Fundamental, and was one of the bassists on Eric Clapton's 24 Nights in 1991. He appeared in the film Hail, Hail Rock N’ Roll, with rock legends Chuck Berry and Keith Richards. Spampinato's songs have been covered by Bonnie Raitt, Shakin' Stevens, Los Lobos, Dave Edmunds, and others. Jon Carroll was a founding member of Starland Vocal Band, and the group recorded the #1 Pop hit "Afternoon Delight." They were nominated for five Grammy Awards and won two, including Best New Artist and Best Arrangement for Voices—which was Jon's work as arranger. Jon has since continued his career as a performer, composer, arranger, producer, songwriter, and musician, with his works appearing in various media. He is also a highly sought-after studio player, singer, and arranger. Well-known artists such as Linda Ronstadt, Tom Jones, and Kenny Rogers have covered his original songs. He's the long-time keyboardist/vocalist band member with Mary Chapin Carpenter, with touring stints for countless others, including Rodney Crowell, Dixie Chicks, Peter Wolf, and Eric Lindell. This event is being presented by SHK Music at the Boston Harbor Distillery - a wonderfully unique and intimate setting to take in great music with its 1850's architecture, great acoustics, comfortable seating and fantastic selection of made-on-the-premises liquors and liqueurs. And there's plenty of free parking too.https://www.shkmusic.com/faq $20 Adv/$25 DOS This is a 21+ Show Doors are at 4pm. Showtime is 5pm. NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES

$20 Adv/$25 DOS (21 and Over)