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Twenty Summers Concerts on Tap
July 16 | 7:00 pm
Twenty Summers has announced its summer lineup of concerts at the Truro Vineyards. Normally, these concerts would happen at the Hawthorne Barn, but, because of Covid, they will take place outdoors this year.
The series kicks off with Mozelle Andrulot and Mike Flanagan on Friday, July 16th. Doors open at 7 p.m., concert at 8 p.m. Tickets are $30 at 20summers.org. There will be a full bar and Blackfish’s Crush Pad food truck.
“Music is really what brought me to the Barn,” says program coordinator Alice Gong. She wanted to include local musicians as well as ones from farther away. Andrulot, for example, grew up in Eastham, and regularly performs at Tin Pan Alley, the Mews, and the Fox and Crow. Flanagan, who performs and directs in Provincetown, has released three albums under the name MikeMRF.
Luna, a band from New York City, performs on Friday, July 30th. The band, which formed in 1991, disbanded in 2005, and then reunited in 2015, consists of Dean Wareham on vocals and guitar, Britta Phillips on bass, Sean Eden on guitar, and Lee Wall on drums.
New York−based musician Mal Blum, dubbed “punk’s greatest hidden treasure” by Stereogum, performs on Saturday, August 14th. Blum, who is transgender, reflects on coming out in songs such as “Things Still Left to Say” and “See Me.”
But the denouement will be a rare Cape concert by Bosq on Saturday, August 28th. Bosq is a world-renowned DJ who grew up in Brewster and now lives in Colombia. His music — which combines Afro-Latin, disco, funk, reggae, house, and hip-hop — has been featured in film and television shows such as The Catch, You’re the Worst, and Broad City.