The C Note this week announced several confirmed livestreams and indicated it will continue to provide a variety of entertainment for the enjoyment of residents of Hull and beyond. All the events are free of charge and can be accessed through the bands’ Facebook pages.
The following is a list of the upcoming livestream events to be performed from The C Note stage. All events begin at 7 p.m. except where noted.
Saturday, March 6: The Doc Ellis Band (a jukebox of covers from Johnny Cash to Beastie Boys and Culture Club)
Saturday, April 10: Assisted Living (eclectic mix of 1980s and 1990s dance band), at 6:45 p.m.
Saturday, April 17: Take Out (R&B and soul with Matthew and Robin Teague), with guests CCTT Jam Band
Saturday, April 24: Hull Pride 1980s Dance Party, with DJ Scott Helms and Trampolina, from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, May 1: Nightshade and Gold (Stevie Nicks tribute)
Saturday, May 15: Hard Wired (original hard rock and metal band)
Saturday, May 29: The Alloys, with Lindsey Buck
The club is coming up on the one-year anniversary of its closure at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, which led to a widespread shutdown of businesses. The club’s fans and musicians have raised $31,321 as part of a GoFundMe effort.
However, nightclubs do not fall into the category of businesses recently relieved of certain virus-related restrictions by Gov. Charlie Baker. The C Note could lose another summer of business unless the state gives it a definitive opening date. Its fundraising effort continues in the interim.
Donations can be made to: