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Narrows Center releases June gallery, concert schedule



FALL RIVER— The Narrows Center kicks off the summer. “Ruins” by Portuguese photographer, Orlando Azevedo will be on display in the main gallery until June 23rd. In the café gallery, “Walk a Mile” displays a shoe installation sculpted by Durfee Art students, which gives viewers a look inside the lives of Fall River mill workers. The box office and gallery are open Wednesday-Saturday, 12-5pm.

Here’s the June schedule of upcoming events. Doors open at 7pm and shows start at 8pm, unless otherwise noted.

Sat, June 2. John Cleary. New Orleans funk master Jon Cleary returns to the hard driving, soulful, and funky pop tunes that have brought him critical acclaim since his 1999 album Moonburn. $27 Advance; $30 Day of Show.

Wed, June 6. Los Lonely Boys. Combining elements of rock and roll, Texas blues, brown-eyed soul, country, and Tejano, Los Lonely Boys are known best for “Heaven” and “More Than Love.” $52; $55 DOS.

Thu, June 7. Bettye LaVette. An interpreter of the highest order, her gift is being able to take a song, whether well known or obscure, from any genre and making it completely her own. $35; $40.

Sat, June 9. Dave Alvin & Jimmie Dale Gilmore Backed by the Guilty Ones. In 2017, Grammy winner Alvin and Grammy nominee Gilmore, hit the highway to swap songs, tell stories, and share their life experiences. Now they’re performing live together. $37; $40.

Tue, June 12. Rhiannon Giddens. SOLD OUT.

Wed, June 13. Reckless Kelly. As Music Row magazine proclaimed, “In my perfect world, this is what country radio would sound like.” $27; $30.

Fri, June 15. River Whyless. Six years, two albums and countless gigs after first forming as a band, the North Carolina-bred folk-rock outfit has discovered their evolution is a subtler albeit monumentally important one. Opener: Jalen N’Gonda. $17; $19.

Wed, June 20. Noiserv. Multi-instrumentalist singer songwriter, Noiserv is known as one of the best alternative portuguese acts in the moment. $20; $22.

Fri, June 22. Junior Brown. With his unique voice, more unique song writing, and even more unique double necked “Guit-Steel” guitar, there’s no one like him. $27; $30.

Thu, June 28. Jimmy Vivino & the BlueSoul Rockers. Best known as the house band for the TBS late night program Conan, Jimmy Vivino is an American guitarist, keyboard player, singer, producer, and music director. $27; $30.

Fri, June 29. Johnny Hoy & the Bluefish and Trail of Souls. A great double-bill with Martha Vineyard’s natives, and a Norwegian band with a vocalist who has an uncanny gift for singing in a luminous whisper. $22 Advance; $25 Day of Show.

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