Club Passim Celebrates the Big 4-7

Cambridge MA’s Club Passim marked the club’s 47th anniversary with a weekend of concerts. The space that is now Club Passim started its life as Club 47, launching the careers of musicians like Joan Baez and becoming central to the growing folk revival. By 1968, Dylan was electric, the Beatles were psychedelic and folk records were pushed to the back of the bin. Club 47 was shuttered, but it didn’t take long for Passim to rise from the ashes and, since 1969, the club has been responsible for offering a home for folk music for several generations of artists and audiences. Happy Birthday Passim!

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