WATD Broadcasts Live Music from The South Shore Conservatory on Friday, August 3rd, from 7:00 to 8:00 pm

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Join John Shea and Lisa Azizian, with Sam Kopper broadcasting from “The Gypsy Dancer” – a completely mobile radio broadcast bus – at The South Shore Conservatory in Hingham.

The SSC has partnered with Berklee College of Music to launch Berklee Stars at SSC, a new Friday night outdoor entertainment series. Click here for more info.


This nights event will feature: Joanna Teters and Mad Satta

With a grace and depth of soul beyond her years, and roots deep in reggae, hip-hop, jazz and funk, Joanna Teters turns heads whenever she starts to sing.  The Spring 2011 release of her debut album with the jazz/r&b group, the Joanna Teters Experiment, renamed Mad Satta, was received with great enthusiasm, and earned her the privilege of opening for top jazz vocalist Gretchen Parlato at the Falcon.


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