Kathy Sands-Boehmer
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  • Marblehead, MA
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Q and A with Jenna Lindbo - A Kerrville New Folk Finalist

The first time I experienced Jenna was at NERFA (North East Regional Folk Alliance).  I had heard her name prior to that but didn’t know what to expect when I was finally able to sit back and experience her doing her thing….totally captivating an audience within seconds of taking the stage.  I immediately knew that this was a singer-songwriter that had not only some very good songs to share but had such a sunny disposition and outlook on life that I needed to do what I could to introduce her to…See More
22 hours ago
Kathy Sands-Boehmer posted a blog post

Q and A with Boston's Antje Duvekot

There are certain songs that transport you back to the time and place when you first heard them.  It’s an auditory memory that lingers, sometimes for a lifetime.  For me, the first time I heard Antje Duvekot’s song “Judas,” I was driving to work.  I admit it.  I am radio flitter and it’s gotten worse now that I have satellite radio.  In this instance, I was listening to the old WERS Coffeehouse program and it came on the air.  There was something magical about the song—the wistful voice, the…See More
Tuesday
A blog post by Kathy Sands-Boehmer was featured

Q and A with Emily Elbert

Emily Elbert is one of those talents that doesn’t come around every day.  I feel blessed to have gotten to know her over the past five or six years.  At the time I was booking some shows for a wonderful bluesy singer-songwriter, Brooks Williams, who had some gigs in Texas where Emily was attending high school at the time.  Emily wrote and told me how much she admired Brooks and wondered if he’d be open to having her open a show for him in Dallas.  He listened to her music online and immediately…See More
Monday
Kathy Sands-Boehmer posted a blog post

Q and A with Emily Elbert

Emily Elbert is one of those talents that doesn’t come around every day.  I feel blessed to have gotten to know her over the past five or six years.  At the time I was booking some shows for a wonderful bluesy singer-songwriter, Brooks Williams, who had some gigs in Texas where Emily was attending high school at the time.  Emily wrote and told me how much she admired Brooks and wondered if he’d be open to having her open a show for him in Dallas.  He listened to her music online and immediately…See More
Apr 18
A blog post by Kathy Sands-Boehmer was featured

Q and A with Miss Tess and the Talkbacks

Miss Tess and the Talkbacks are an edgy band.  Edgy in a good way.  From song to song you never know what kind of potion the band will cook up for the listener.  They are masters at so many different styles and when all is said and done, they’re just plain awesome.  Grooving modern vintage music is what they sometimes call their genre and that’s perfect.  It’s a little bit old and a little bit contemporary and it’s just fine by me.The description of your current music is most intriguing but…See More
Apr 17
Kathy Sands-Boehmer commented on Harry Lipson's blog post 'Jesse Winchester Has Died'
"Thanks for posting this, Harry. I was so pleased to have been able to present Jesse at the me&thee in Marblehead, MA two years ago.  He was one of the most humble and gracious musicians we've ever had grace our stage."
Apr 15
Kathy Sands-Boehmer posted a blog post

Q and A with Miss Tess and the Talkbacks

Miss Tess and the Talkbacks are an edgy band.  Edgy in a good way.  From song to song you never know what kind of potion the band will cook up for the listener.  They are masters at so many different styles and when all is said and done, they’re just plain awesome.  Grooving modern vintage music is what they sometimes call their genre and that’s perfect.  It’s a little bit old and a little bit contemporary and it’s just fine by me.The description of your current music is most intriguing but…See More
Apr 14
A blog post by Kathy Sands-Boehmer was featured

Q&A with Greg Klyma: A Real Treasure

Greg Klyma has been described as a “seasoned” performer.  I like to think of him as “a man for all seasons.”  He’s a guy who is a constant music-making machine…a music-making machine who writes terrific tunes, plays a plethora of instruments, and tells a damn fine story.  I’ve had the pleasure of seeing Greg many times — in many different configurations — over the years.  Solo.  Duo.  Accompanist. Rocking hard with a band of his own.  He never ceases to amaze me.  He makes it all look so…See More
Apr 7
A blog post by Kathy Sands-Boehmer was featured

Q and A with Amped Up Americana Band, Spuyten Duyvil

My first introduction to Spuyten Duyvil was when they were selected as one of a couple dozen emerging artists at Falcon Ridge Folk Festival in Hillsdale, NY in 2010.  My friends,Pesky J. Nixon, put on  a pre-festival showcase of their own, lovingly called The Lounge Stage,  and invited the band along to play.  The minute they stepped over to our…See More
Apr 4
Kathy Sands-Boehmer posted a blog post

Q&A with Greg Klyma: A Real Treasure

Greg Klyma has been described as a “seasoned” performer.  I like to think of him as “a man for all seasons.”  He’s a guy who is a constant music-making machine…a music-making machine who writes terrific tunes, plays a plethora of instruments, and tells a damn fine story.  I’ve had the pleasure of seeing Greg many times — in many different configurations — over the years.  Solo.  Duo.  Accompanist. Rocking hard with a band of his own.  He never ceases to amaze me.  He makes it all look so…See More
Apr 1
Kathy Sands-Boehmer posted a blog post

Q and A with Amped Up Americana Band, Spuyten Duyvil

My first introduction to Spuyten Duyvil was when they were selected as one of a couple dozen emerging artists at Falcon Ridge Folk Festival in Hillsdale, NY in 2010.  My friends,Pesky J. Nixon, put on  a pre-festival showcase of their own, lovingly called The Lounge Stage,  and invited the band along to play.  The minute they stepped over to our…See More
Mar 31
A blog post by Kathy Sands-Boehmer was featured

Q and A with Jim Trick

Jim Trick is one of the most genuine people I’ve had the pleasure to meet during my time on this planet.  He exudes “caring” and walks the walk.  I’ve had the opportunity to get to know him over the course of the past year or so.  Watching Jim interact with every single person he meets is a joy and it translates well to his life as a musician.  His gentle and authentic stage presence combined with awesome songwriting make for a delightful show.  Jim is a valued member of his community and…See More
Mar 27
Kathy Sands-Boehmer posted a blog post

Q&A with Songwriter, Children's Music Educator, Quiltmaker and Artist: Sally Rogers

Sally Rogers is a woman of many talents. She’s a singer-songwriter, a music educator, a collector of stories, and as though that’s not enough—she is a painter and a quiltmaker. Sally’s website is sprinkled with all kinds of quotes from the media, teachers, parents, and audience members. Imagine being the recipient of this message: “Whenever I wonder why I should keep living, I…See More
Mar 25
A blog post by Kathy Sands-Boehmer was featured

Q&A with Susan Werner - A Restless Musician with a Lot to Sing About

I’ve always considered Susan Werner to be a musical chameleon.  Her wide range of musical styles is mind boggling.  She cruises effortlessly from sensitive singer-songwriter ballads to classic rock wedded to string quartet accompaniment to gospel-tinged politically charged anthems.  You never know what to expect from Susan Werner…and that’s why I think she’s absolutely brilliant.  Her latest CD, Hayseed, is thematic and as you may guess from the title, it has something and everything to do with…See More
Mar 24
Kathy Sands-Boehmer posted a blog post

Q and A with Jim Trick

Jim Trick is one of the most genuine people I’ve had the pleasure to meet during my time on this planet.  He exudes “caring” and walks the walk.  I’ve had the opportunity to get to know him over the course of the past year or so.  Watching Jim interact with every single person he meets is a joy and it translates well to his life as a musician.  His gentle and authentic stage presence combined with awesome songwriting make for a delightful show.  Jim is a valued member of his community and…See More
Mar 24
Kathy Sands-Boehmer commented on John Davy's blog post 'Robby Hecht - Robby Hecht (Album Review)'
"Robby Hecht is someone to watch.  Seriously."
Mar 21

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Q and A with Jenna Lindbo - A Kerrville New Folk Finalist

The first time I experienced Jenna was at NERFA (North East Regional Folk Alliance).  I had heard her name prior to that but didn’t know what to expect when I was finally able to sit back and experience her doing her thing….totally captivating an audience within seconds of taking the stage.  I immediately knew that this was a singer-songwriter that had not only some very good songs to share but had such a sunny disposition and outlook on life that I needed to do what I could to…

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Posted on April 23, 2014 at 7:30pm

Q and A with Boston's Antje Duvekot

There are certain songs that transport you back to the time and place when you first heard them.  It’s an auditory memory that lingers, sometimes for a lifetime.  For me, the first time I heard Antje Duvekot’s song “Judas,” I was driving to work.  I admit it.  I am radio flitter and it’s gotten worse now that I have satellite radio.  In this instance, I was listening to the old WERS Coffeehouse program and it came on the air.  There was something…

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Posted on April 22, 2014 at 10:30am

Q and A with Emily Elbert

Emily Elbert is one of those talents that doesn’t come around every day.  I feel blessed to have gotten to know her over the past five or six years.  At the time I was booking some shows for a wonderful bluesy singer-songwriter, Brooks Williams, who had some gigs in Texas where Emily was attending high school at the time.  Emily wrote and told me how much she admired Brooks and wondered if he’d be open to having her open a show for him in Dallas.  He listened to her music online…

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Posted on April 18, 2014 at 11:00am

Q and A with Miss Tess and the Talkbacks

Miss Tess and the Talkbacks are an edgy band.  Edgy in a good way.  From song to song you never know what kind of potion the band will cook up for the listener.  They are masters at so many different styles and when all is said and done, they’re just plain awesome.  Grooving modern vintage music is what they sometimes call their genre and that’s perfect.  It’s a little bit old and a little bit contemporary and it’s just fine by…

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Posted on April 14, 2014 at 6:30pm

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At 10:38am on December 19, 2012, NoDepression said…

Hi Kathy,

Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for your recent comments on a couple posts here on No Depression. It means a lot to the folks who blog and post other content here to know that it's being noticed and appreciated. Since the majority of content on this site is crowd-sourced, community involvement is what makes everything here on ND possible. So, thanks again for taking the time to post comments - we really appreciate it!

- Lucca at No Depression

At 11:13am on December 30, 2009, Ernest Whaley said…
Hi Kathy,
I hope your holidays, and shows are going great!!
What's the chance of getting Darrell Scott up? The last time I talked to his booking people, as a solo he was quite reasonable.
Blessings and Balance,
Ernest
At 1:50pm on December 22, 2009, Jefferson Ross said…
THANKS FOR THE GIFT OF FRIENDSHIP, KATHY!
At 1:43pm on October 21, 2009, Ernest Whaley said…
I see your point! Glad you got Tom he's one of my faves!!
At 12:46pm on October 21, 2009, Ernest Whaley said…
How about Chris Castle or Dan Walker for the April date?
Blessings and Balance,
Ernest
At 9:51am on September 25, 2009, Tim Rowell said…
I can't wait. I'll also be armed with merch sheet...
At 9:02am on September 25, 2009, Tim Rowell said…
Thanks for turning me on to this! See you at the me&thee tonight!

Tim
At 9:47am on September 23, 2009, No Depression said…
Hi Kathy - Welcome to the No Depression community! We hope you're finding everything okay. Please let us know if you have any questions or feedback (here are some FAQs in case anything's confusing). Thanks for joining. Cheers!
Kim
 
 
 

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