Since 1966, The Nameless Coffeehouse has been a launching pad for many well known folk (and other) performers including Tracy Chapman, Patty Larkin, The Story (Jonatha Brooke and Jennifer Kimball), Ellis Paul, Dar Williams, John Gorka, Bob Franke, Ric Ocasek, and comedians Andy Kaufman and Jay Leno. The mission of the coffeehouse is and has always been to provide a stage for up and coming performers as well as established artists.
The Nameless is a cozy, intimate venue where you can enjoy a warm cup of coffee, tea or cocoa and a pastry, and enjoy some of the best entertainment in the country, presented up close & personal. The Nameless' atmosphere appeals to people from all walks of life, and across all generations. Everyone who comes to our shows makes new friends. Once you've joined us, you'll want The Nameless to be your regular special "night out". There's something for everyone. Check out our season schedule for all of our upcoming shows.
New England's oldest all-volunteer coffeehouse - 46 years of bringing great folk music to Harvard Square!
Some recent press:
Jay Leno mentions getting his start at The Nameless (Harvard Gazette, Feb '11)
Music in Harvard Square (HarvardSquare.com)
Boston Globe mention about 3.6.10 Vocal Olympics
http://www.performermag.com/pdf/0909NEP.pdf (see page 16 of the PDF)
BOOKING: Contact Marianne Cutter for information about booking at firstname.lastname@example.org