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The Big Trouble: EP Release Party

December 14, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm


The Big Trouble are celebrating the release of their debut EP with a free album release party in Jamaica Plain!

5:30 p.m doors // 6:00 p.m. music

6pm - Ben Pitt (marimba + singing set)
7pm - Madeleine McQueen (singing set)
7:30pm - The Big Trouble EP Release + videos
8pm - Done!

Listening Party!
Our singer Madeleine performs a solo set; Boston percussionist Ben Pitt performs music for marimba + vox. We play The Big Trouble's EP over the loudspeakers at the venue, listening party style (AKA, while you eat and drink and hang with friends).

Free beer + wine + food

Come hang with Madeleine and Drew and say hi to Ivan who is joining via Skype.

The Big Trouble is made possible in part by a generous grant from The Boston Foundation.


About The Big Trouble:
The Big Trouble is an alternative percussion and vocals project founded by Drew Worden and Ivan Trevino. In 2016, Worden and Trevino were brainstorming collaboration ideas when they stumbled upon the concept of ‘songwriting drummers.’

The duo were awarded a Live Arts Boston grant through The Boston Foundation to help launch The Big Trouble. With a newly sparked passion and the financial help they needed to get the project off the ground, Worden and Trevino spent the year writing, workshopping, and recording, and the music for their debut EP. They recruited lead vocalist Madeleine McQueen to join the project, and what they initially thought was a long shot, turned into five-song collection of alternative rock music written for the percussion, drums, and vox.

The Big Trouble is made possible in part by a generous grant from The Boston Foundation and with help from sponsor organization, Kadence Arts.


December 14, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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The Space
128 Brookside Ave
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130 United States
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