30 Years and Counting: A North Andover Music Series

Now entering it’s 31st season, Crossroads Music Series is a volunteer-run program of the North Parish Unitarian Universalist Church and presents live performances from some of the best local, national, and international musicians. Occuring in a 180-seat space within a beautiful “Cardboard Gothic” style Universalist Unitarian church, the intimate setting offers close views encompassed by a great listening environment. 

Performances are held on the second Saturday of the month from October through May, and sometimes June. Artists that the series have hosted include: Sue Foley, Duke Robillard, Chris Smither, Adam Ezra Band, Chely Wright, Janis Ian, Kim Richey, Roomful of Blues, Los Sugar Kings, Session Americana, Patty Larkin, Matt Stubbs and the Antiguas, Jill Andrews, and Amy Rigby.

Bringing an eclectic mix of performers to the Merrimack Valley, this season’s line-up ranges from Nashville singer-songwriter Lydia Luce performing with a string trio, to Providence roots rockers, The Silks, to acclaimed singer-songwriter Jennifer Kimball performing with Duke Levine and Sonny Barbato.

 This season kicks off Saturday October 12, 2019 with Ottawa, Canada-based April Verch Band. This band’s northern Americana mix features April’s incredible fiddle playing, singing, and step-dancing – a high energy, highly fun show. Doors open at 7:30 and performances start promptly at 8:00.

To learn more about Crossroads or to purchase tickets visit www.crossroadsmusicseries.org.

~ Kevin Conway