The A-Beez present our first music video and Holiday single “Christmas Without You” featuring Nigel Hall, available now on all streaming platforms. You can also support the fight against breast cancer and purchase the track through PlayItForward and we thank-you all who have generously donated so far. Huge thanks to all our friends and family who appeared in the video!
The A-Beez are proud to announce the pending release of our new single “Christmas Without You” featuring Nigel Hall (Lettuce, Jon Cleary) on vocals. It’s a deeply personal account of coping with loss and finding joy during the holidays.
Starting today, you can get an EARLY download of the entire song if you purchase through Play It Forward, where all proceeds will be donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
On Thanksgiving Day we drop the Music video (here’s a teaser!) and the song will become available on iTunes, Band Camp and all streaming platforms. Hope you enjoy.
Excited to announce we will now be doing EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT as we expand our mid-week residency at Bull McCabe’s in Somerville MA! Expect something different every week. Oh yeah and in other news…COMING THANKSGIVING DAY…. this….. featuring Nigel Hall
Here’s a fun clip from our show at the Lizard Lounge with Club d’Elf. What an awesome night of music!
Here’s a clip from some Beat Orchestra shows…We return to take over BEAT BREW HALL in Cambridge MA on Friday November 1, 2019!!!
NEW BEAT ORCHESTRA RESIDENCY!!! FIRST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH – at THE BEAT BREW HALL. This. is. amazing. period.
The A-Beez had a wonderful time as the house band performing with the amazing RES! (and Oompa and Dutch ReBelle) October 2018 at the beautiful Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston, MA. Check out her beautiful rendition of Stevie Nicks’s “Dreams.”
If you’ve never made it out to #Wallys Jazz Cafe on a Tuesday night in Boston now’s the time. We’ve had our funk/fusion stepchildren residency there for 14 years and the legacy is significantly deep at this historic club. Berklee Today features a nice article by Rob Hochschild on the history and longevity of Wally’s – we’re proud to be part of it. Check out the article HERE