James Beaudreau Band at Shrine on November 30, 2017

The band is back at Shrine in Harlem on November 30, 2017. Featuring a new quintet formation with James Beaudreau (guitar / vocal), Anne DeAcetis (vocal), Philip Lynch (guitar), Ben Kraus (bass) and Kyle McCarter (drums). Playing Grateful Dead, Joni Mitchell, Robert Plant, Richard & Linda Thomson, Mac Demarco, Fairport Convention & more.

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James Beaudreau Band at Shrine on October 26

We're headed back to Shrine World Music Venue in Harlem on October 26 at 7 PM. This month it's the trio: James Beaudreau (guitar / vocal), Ben Kraus (bass), and Kyle McCarter (drums). Playing Grateful Dead, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Black Sabbath, and Unknown Mortal Orchestra. No cover.

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The James Beaudreau Band is back at Shrine on July 27

Headed back for another installment of the year-long residency at SHRINE -- Thursday, July 27, at 7:00. No cover, good food, good folks, I daresay good music. We try our best! I've got Ben Kraus (bass) and Kyle McCarter (drums) with me, and we're breaking out some new tunes including the epic Grateful Dead triumerate Help on the Way > Slipknot > Franklin's tower. Hope to see you...

Philip Lynch's "At the Start / At Long Last" Released Today

Philip Lynch's debut LP, At the Start / At Long Last, is released today on Workbench Recordings. The only place to get a copy TODAY (although the webstore will be up and running soon) is at Cake Shop NYC at 9 p.m.

Details on the Facebook page.

We'll have LPs available for sale (including download code) as well as handmade download cards for those who don't do the vinyl. Downloads come with the album in 320 kbps mp3 format and a 4-page hi-res PDF with all album artwork.

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New James Beaudreau EP "Stillpoint" Available

A new EP is available from Workbench Recordings and James Beaudreau at Soundcloud. "Stillpoint" is 30 minutes long, and made up of 5 tracks. Listen and download for free.

1. Debris. 2. Far Orbit. 3. Scatter. 4. Stillpoint. 5. At the East of the Garden

A minute from the Philip Lynch rehearsal of July 1

A very short clip from the July 1 Philip Lynch rehearsal. Yes, it's just a guitar solo. But I AM a guitarist, and we ARE supposed to have big egos. Anyway, this was a moment where, afterwards, even though it ended in a trainwreck, we thought we had done something cool. So here it is, a little preview of sorts of the July 6 Bronx gig.