Artist-in-Residence: Mark Cutler’s Monthly Songwriting Workshop 08/08/2022

When:
August 8, 2022 @ 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
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Where:
Bay Spring Community Center
170 Narragansett Avenue
Barrington
RI 02806
Cost:
Suggested Donation: $10
Contact:
John Wood
401-323-5677

Come and write music together!!

Artist-in-Residence: Mark Cutler’s

Monthly Songwriting Workshops

in the Bay Spring Community Center’s Ballroom

RI Music Hall of Fame Inductee, Mark Cutler, continues his popular songwriting series, in-person, at the BSCC Ballroom. In this workshop, Mark will walk you through the creative magic of writing songs. Everyone is welcome to be part of the collaborative process. You’ll be amazed at the music that is written and often recorded during these sessions.

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The Details!!

Date: Monday, August 8, 2022
Time: 6:30 pm (Doors will open at 6:15.)
Location: The Bay Spring Community Center’s Ballroom, 170 Narragansett Avenue, Barrington, Rhode Island
Suggested Donation:  $10 at the door

Kids under 12 are always free!

Mark will run the songwriting workshops in the spirit of his successful, “The Same Thing Project” – a creative experience for people from all walks of life.

About the artist…

Mark Cutler, director of The Same Thing Project, is a singer/songwriter who resides in the state of Rhode Island. Rockers, cowpokes and punks have covered his songs. In the days before corporate playlists, Mark’s meticulously crafted, heartfelt rock, pop and alt-country songs gained heavy rotation throughout the Northeast. Mark was inducted into the RI Music Hall of Fame in 2015.

Mark continues to add unique entries to the great American songbook and leads a variety of roots-rock bands, combines powerful lyrics with memorable melodies and driving rhythm and  is working on his next release. He also conducts various songwriting workshops with folks from all walks of life, from the banker to the bricklayer to the musician who is looking for another set of ears.  He also holds songwriting workshops and collaborates with people who have various developmental challenges.  Mark has performed for dozens of charities over the decades. He and his band mates have helped raise money for the homeless, the hungry, the sick and for folks who just need a hand.

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