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Dan Cloutier, Levi Schmidt, and Deadly Styles

The Coffee House on the Rocky Plain Presents

Emerging Artists

     Dan Cloutier,

     Levi Schmidt,

and Deadly Styles

— Saturday May 8th at 7pm

SUDBURY, MASS., April 10, 2010 — Dedicated to showcasing emerging musicians, The Coffee House on the Rocky Plain features three local performers on Saturday, May 8th. Located at First Parish Sudbury Unitarian Universalist Meeting House, tickets will be on sale at 7pm. Come hear some really good live music.

We invite you to enjoy:

Sudbury’s Deadly Styles opens the evening at 7:30. An alternative Pop/Rock band, formed in 2007 by four friends from Lincoln Sudbury High School, they have since recorded an EP and a full-length album, the latter being entirely self-recorded and produced. Beginning with small school shows, they have expanded to play at large-scale competitions, benefit events, and everything from bars to Bar Mitzvahs. They blend musicianship and creative songwriting and have established a significant following in the Boston area.

Levi Schmidt follows at 8:00. He has always been a child of rhythm. He began his musical career as a drummer and transitioned from drummer to songwriter.  Singing as a member of MIT Resonance a cappella group, and Rambax MIT Senegalese Drum Ensemble, he studied music theory, receiving a minor in MITs inspiring music program, and growing tremendously as a musician. Nowadays, Levi can be found playing his unmistakably poignant tunes in Boston’s live music scene. His first CD, entitled Like Water release date is April 2010. For more info, please check out, or find Levi on Facebook, Myspace and Youtube.

The evening’s feature performance Dan Cloutier Band plays at 8:30 pm. Singer-songwriter-troubadour Dan Cloutier plays guitar accompanied by his band with Ricardo Barraza on guitar, percussion & vocals, Kim Jennings on piano & vocals and Dennis Pearne on bass. Cloutier plays an upbeat collection of acoustic-driven originals with lyrics poignant, touching and to-the-point. He’s a workingman’s musician who chronicles life’s twists and turns in a remarkably candid and positive way. His latest CD “Live at the Masquerade Ball’, will be available to purchase. Dan hosts the popular Thursday Open Mike at Amazing Things in Framingham. His production company, Birch Beer Records, features Levi Schmidt and other musicians.

Tickets and refreshments will be available at 7 pm. General admission is $12. Student (with valid high school or college ID) admission is $8. Refreshments on sale include homemade cakes and cookies, snacks, coffee, soda. Birch Beer will also be available to celebrate Dan Cloutier’s production company.

Performance begins at 7:30 pm. Coffee House benefits the Cusco Peru Music School and First Parish Sudbury. Join us for an evening of really good live music in our historic meetinghouse transformed into an intimate musical setting of candlelit small tables.

First Parish of Sudbury, a Unitarian Universalist congregation, is located at 327 Concord Road. The historic Meetinghouse is accessible to wheelchair users. The congregation’s mission statement affirms a diverse and welcoming community of spiritual seekers that strive to learn together and support one another as we celebrate life’s important moments and serve the larger community.

For more information: visit or call 978-443-2043.

327 Concord Road, Sudbury, MA 01776