Outrageous Fortune…

“Outrageous Fortune not only revive the rich repertoire of the classic jug bands, but this expert outfit also revels in the wit, theatricality and pure fun of the genre. They are a jubilation.” ― Daniel Gewertz, Boston Herald music and theater critic More…

Upcoming Shows

Saturday, September 15th, 2018; 11 AM to 1 PM
Waltham Farmer's Market
119 School St, Waltham MA
The popular Waltham Farmers’ Market features over 30 vendors selling locally-grown fruits and vegetables, organic and specialty produce, herbs, cheese, eggs, honey, maple syrup products, beef, pork, chicken, fish, coffee, sauces, baked goods, pasta, gluten-free baked goods, juice, halvah, soap, dog treats, jewelry, bags and handcrafts.
The Farmer's Market runs from 10 to 2; we will be playing from 11 to 1.

Our next gig is:
Saturday, September 22nd, 2018; 5 PM to 8 PM
Malden Public Library: Brews for Books
36 Salem St, Malden MA
Sip local craft beer and cider, mingle with friends and neighbors, and sample bites from local restaurants, all in the historic Converse Memorial Building of the Malden Public Library. The evening will also include live music (THAT's US!), tours of the Library's art collection, and raffle and auction items. Tickets are $35 and are on sale at the Library (cash or check) or by clicking on the Buy Tickets button below. We're expecting to have around 20 different brews to taste. Participating breweries include:

  • Artifact Cider
  • Bone Up
  • Down the Road Beer Company
  • Idle Hands
  • Jack's Abby
  • Merrimack Ales
  • Mystic Brewery
  • Shakesbeer
  • Small Change Brewing
Purchase Brews for Books Tickets

Thursday, October 11th, 2018; 7 to 9:30 PM
Primavera Restaurant
20 Pleasant St, Millis MA Great food, great music - how can you lose?!? For this performance we will be joined by the highly talented and personable Elaine "Doctor Jazz" Woo on vocals (she's a real doctor too!).

A Capella Fans! See our guitar player in his incarnation as a Boston Jazz Voices baritone, appear on two episodes of the 4th season of the PBS TV program "Sing That Thing" (Premiere - we're at 10m15s and Episode 7 )!