About the Club
We are a non-profit all volunteer educational organization producing traditional and contemporary folk and acoustic music since 1978. We do this by bringing the finest nationally and internationally known folk and acoustic musicians to the South Shore, and by hosting coffeehouses and “open mics” for local and developing musicians. We are pleased that many major artists got their start at our club and other BACHA clubs in the greater Boston area.
We rent a great space in the Beal House, which is the community building of the Unitarian Universalist Church at 222 Main Street in Kingston, MA. All ages are welcome; come with friends or come alone. The building is wheelchair accessible and smoke and alcohol free. Baked goods, soft drinks, water, coffee and tea are available.
Our loyal and supportive audience lets our performers know that their fans are still out here supporting them, and gives our coffeehouse and open mic performers the feedback and support they need to continue developing as artists.
We rely on our members and volunteers to keep the spark of enthusiasm going, so please join us!
We currently have about a dozen people who keep everything going. We are currently recruiting volunteer sound techs.
Business meetings are open to all members in good standing. We welcome your ideas for new performers and improvements to the club.