Jeff Holland with Hugh Cassidy 
Annapolis Verses Jefferson Holland

Stories, narrative verse, and songs about 400 years of Annapolis history and heritage

Friday, Jan. 17, 2020
Jeff Holland &
Hugh Cassidy
Annapolis Verses Jefferson Holland
333 launched its 2020 calendar in style with Jeff Holland's delightful song-and-story program charming a capacity crowd at Annapolis Friends Meeting. Thanks to everyone who came to help out, or just listen! The show was recorded on video, so we're hoping to be able to link to some clips once Jeff's team gets the recordings together.

Jeff Holland is a veteran presence on our local scene. As a musician, he was a founding member of both Crab Alley (with Janie Meneely) and Them Eastport Oyster Boys (with Kevin Brooks). He is a past director of the Annapolis Maritime Museum, and he's just concluding a long run as the West and Rhode Riverkeeper. For the last 25 years he's been the Poet Laureate of Eastport. It doesn't get more Annapolis than that, and it doesn't get more 333-boho than his new show, a musical and poetic exploration of history, ecology and heritage in our region. Jeff will be joined by cellist Hugh Cassidy. Not to be missed! 
Contact 333 
(443) 333-9613 
333 Coffeehouse is Annapolis’ monthly listening space for folk and acoustic music. Inexpensive hot and cold beverages, desserts and snacks are offered. 333 is listener-centered, volunteer powered, non-profit, and smoke- and alcohol-free.
We seek to foster a local community of acoustic music lovers.
333 is a program of the Annapolis Traditional Dance Society.