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Here's what's coming up at Ula.

David Schulman Live!

Wednesday, August 5, 2015 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm

David Schulman is a singer/songwriter who picked up the guitar at age thirteen. Music quickly became his truest form of expression and to this day David continues to write and perform his music. 
"It's difficult to explain and better understood if one hears him in person. His guitar is simply the medium, a tool used to draw in his energy and communicate to the listener his inner thoughts or feelings" - AlbanyStudentPress 

Have a listen here.

Andrew Stern and Bob Bradshaw

Thursday, August 27, 2015 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Eclectic guitarist Andrew Stern stays busy covering a wide variety of musical territory around Boston. As a leader and sideman, his energetic playing and diverse tonal palette have opened many interesting musical doors. Andrew leads his rock band “Old Soldiers”, his instrumental quartet “Telescope”, and “AST” (Andrew Stern Trio), his free-avant-rubato-rock outfit. As a sideman, he holds the weekly guitar chair in Gill Aharon’s far-reaching “trio” (usually a quartet or more) which plays every week at Inman Square’s Lily Pad, as well as avant-garde klezmer renegades, Naftule’s Dream and Brian Carpenter and the Confessions.

Past Events

Patrick Coman Live!

Wednesday, July 29, 2015 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Patrick Coman plays the soundtrack for Saturday night sinning and Sunday morning redemption. Merging the bluesy barroom shuffle of his native Oklahoma with the poetic lyricism that pays a debt to the historically rich Cambridge folk scene, Coman has garnered fans in his adopted hometown of Boston and beyond opening for musical heavyweights of all stripes including Del McCoury, John Fullbright, Joan Osborne, and more.

His new album, "Reds and Blues", is available now! Click here.

Stop in and check him out, and hit up his website, patrickcoman.com.

Ellen Zahniser Live!

Wednesday, July 15, 2015 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Ellen Zahniser is a singer-songwriter originally from the rainy Pacific Northwest. Her lyric-driven solo piano/guitar/vocal style is influenced by jazz, folk, blues, and the briny sounds of the Pacific Ocean. You can take a listen at ellenzahniser.bandcamp.com.

Patrick Coman Live!

Wednesday, July 8, 2015 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Patrick Coman plays the soundtrack for Saturday night sinning and Sunday morning redemption. Merging the bluesy barroom shuffle of his native Oklahoma with the poetic lyricism that pays a debt to the historically rich Cambridge folk scene, Coman has garnered fans in his adopted hometown of Boston and beyond opening for musical heavyweights of all stripes including Del McCoury, John Fullbright, Joan Osborne, and more.

His new album, "Reds and Blues", is available now! Click here.

Stop in and check him out, and hit up his website, patrickcoman.com.

Family Game Time

Sunday, June 28, 2015 - 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Kids and parents! Join local game publisher Anomia Press for an afternoon of all-ages gaming! Andrew from Anomia will provide some new games himself, but feel free to bring a favorite from home. Also, some fun supplied by local fave Boing! Thanks, Boing!

(Ages 6 and up recommended, but that can be flexible.)

JP Block Party

Sunday, June 14, 2015 - 8:00am to 7:00pm

Boston Pride has returned with a vengeance! And once again, you're all encouraged to hit up the JP Block Party and shake your tail feathers. Of course, to help facilitate the tail feather shaking, Ula is offering a deal to get you sugared and caffeined up. Mention the Block Party and get a muffin, scone, bar or cookie PLUS a large (hot or iced) Depth Charge for $5! That's right, grab a snack and a coffee for $5 and go dance your pants off.

Patrick Coman Live!

Wednesday, June 3, 2015 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Patrick Coman plays the soundtrack for Saturday night sinning and Sunday morning redemption. Merging the bluesy barroom shuffle of his native Oklahoma with the poetic lyricism that pays a debt to the historically rich Cambridge folk scene, Coman has garnered fans in his adopted hometown of Boston and beyond opening for musical heavyweights of all stripes including Del McCoury, John Fullbright, Joan Osborne, and more.

His new album, "Reds and Blues", is available now! Click here.

Stop in and check him out, and hit up his website, patrickcoman.com.

Ryan Nevel Live!

Tuesday, June 2, 2015 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Ryan Nevel doesn't sing; he prefers to let his guitar communicate for him. After gigging around the Tampa Bay area, he ventured north and brought his original compositions to Boston. His influences include rock, folk, jazz, country, classical, and pop. Hear all of this and more at his live gig at Ula!

Coffee Cupping

Sunday, May 31, 2015 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

Ever been confused when you order a cup of coffee that is supposed to have notes of banana, cherry and chocolate and all you taste is coffee? Want to know more about the beans we use for our drip coffee and espresso? Join us and New Harvest for a cupping this month! Cupping is the practice of observing and evaluating the scent and taste of coffee. Kind of like a wine tasting, but for coffee. Look for a signup sheet by the register, and those who participate get a coupon for a free cup of drip coffee.

See you there!

Patrick Davis Live!

Thursday, May 28, 2015 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Patrick Davis, a veritable Pisces, is stuck between his own name and the moniker Chips Maloy. His raw bedroom folk is a unique blend of acoustic plucking, a whiskeyed growl, and world-weary lyrics. He can be spotted driving aimlessly around his hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota, blaring old country hits or 90's hip hop. Other influences include overheard conversations, postwar American literature, and caffeine. He's excited to share his sound with Boston for the first time ever.

Patrick Coman Live!

Wednesday, May 27, 2015 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Patrick Coman plays the soundtrack for Saturday night sinning and Sunday morning redemption. Merging the bluesy barroom shuffle of his native Oklahoma with the poetic lyricism that pays a debt to the historically rich Cambridge folk scene, Coman has garnered fans in his adopted hometown of Boston and beyond opening for musical heavyweights of all stripes including Del McCoury, John Fullbright, Joan Osborne, and more.

His new album, "Reds and Blues", is available now! Click here.

Stop in and check him out, and hit up his website, patrickcoman.com.

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