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Seaport Hotel benefits
  • Complimentary Internet
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • 3 Restaurants and Bars
  • One of Boston's Best Gyms
  • Free Bicycles to Explore
  • Free Electric Car Charging
  • MBTA "T" stop on campus
  • Heated indoor pool
28 - Feb
(Nearby Event: )
Where:Thee Coffeehouse, 28 Mugford Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts, United States, 01945
Jim Trick Imagine an experience where an entire audience feels like they are connected to a conversation; whether thru his music or his words, Jim brings a real-life perspective, with an engaging and entertaining presence to the room. Joyful, sincere and magnetic are just a few of the words to describe Jim Trick. As a child, he was bullied for choosing music over sports, for having a funny last name and for struggling with obesity. Through his experiences, he delivers a blend of alternative folk, thoughtful pop, and spoken word. Influenced by Neil Finn, Bruce Cockburn, John Gorka, and Charles Bukowski; Trick takes the acoustic guitar down a path of percussive, intricate, and ethereal ranges creating well thought out melodic support for carefully crafted lyrics. Boston has welcomed Jim with open arms, as a frequent guest lecturer at The Berklee College of Music and as a solo artist. Jim was featured alongside American Idols Alex Preston, by Berklee College of Music for a performance entitled An Evening With New England's top songwriters. Jim performs regularly at iconic venues such as Club Passim, Godfrey Daniels, Cafe Lena, The Me&Thee Coffeehouse, Berklee's Cafe 939 and the New Moon Coffeehouse, just to name a few. He has shared the stage with Ellis Paul, Brooks Williams, Susan Werner, Martyn Joseph, Christopher Williams, Antje Duvekot, Vance Gilbert and John Gorka. Everything you need, co-written with Christopher Williams, was recently released on Christopher's album The City Makes the Man. Trick and Rachel Taylor co-wrote, You Might Be Surprised, a song released on the album Heartbreak is for Everyone, which was produced by Peter Hayes of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. His most recent release, Further From the Tree, produced by Michael Pritzl of The Violet Burning, was fully funded by his loyal fan base during a four-week Trick-Starter campaign. The album features the song A road called home co-written with Nashville's Rachel Taylor. It depicts a re
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