Please Note: This event will be presented in accordance with applicable public health requirements as of the date of the event; which could include changes to capacity, attendance prerequisites, procedures, and other protective measures.
$.25 from each ticket purchased will go to The Shout Syndicate, a Boston-based, volunteer-run fundraising effort who raises money to help fund youth-led arts programs at proven non-profit creative youth development organizations in Greater Boston. Housed at The Boston Foundation, The Shout Syndicate works in partnership with the Mayor's Office of Arts & Culture's creative plan, Boston Creates. https://www.theshoutsyndicate.com/
The Buoys of Summer pay tribute to the smooth-sailing, silk-stocking SoCal sounds of the 70s and early 80s. Characterized by memorable melodies and polished production, this music often features a breezy tempo, with simple lyrics flowing through a gentle current, and Michael McDonald on backing vocals. Acts like Kenny Loggins, the Doobie Brothers, and Steely Dan define the genre, along with hits by less prolific artists, like Ace, Rupert Holmes, and Ambrosia. Whenever conditions allow, The Buoys of Summer rock out on their trusty yacht, The S.S. Mooth, which they can bring with them almost anywhere. With this backdrop and such easy-flowing tunes, you and your guests will feel as if you’re sailing through a calm harbor, without having to leave land.
The Buoys of Summer are comprised of seasoned, full-time performers. They combine their collective professional experience with high energy and a nostalgic, niche repertoire to keep their audiences swaying and singing along all night.
The Buoys of Summer believe in the power of smooth music. It is the hand you reach for when you are lost, the rich golden sunset lighting your way when you need a friend. The Buoys of Summer have hopes and dreams. They hope that their audiences will climb aboard and head out on the smooth seas of rock with them. Remembering the past, while imagining the future, together, hand in hand.