Open Mic Every Tuesday

Every week, our stage comes alive with a symphony of diverse talents, from seasoned virtuosos to emerging performers. Our cutting-edge facilities ensure an immersive experience for both performers and audience, with top-notch acoustics and lighting that elevate every note, word, and joke to its full potential. Join us at Studio 9’s Weekly Open Mic, where creativity knows no bounds, and the spotlight is shared by all. It’s not just an open mic; it’s a showcase of all the creative excellence in the heart of the Northern Berkshires.

Sign ups at 6:30pm | Performances at 7:00pm

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Misty Blues, 3pm show

Please join us Saturday afternoon, May 13th, 2023 at Studio9 to present Misty Blues performing Tell Me Who You AreA Tribute to Odetta.
Read more about Misty Blues here:
2019 International Blues Challenge finalist, Misty Blues, is led by lead singer/band founder Gina Coleman. The band is based out of Berkshire County, Massachusetts playing original and traditional blues with hints of jazz, soul, funk and tent revival gospel since 1999. The band has recorded with Eric Gales, Charles Neville, Justin Johnson, Big Llou Johnson and Joe Louis Walker. The band has also opened for contemporary blues artists like Tab Benoit, Roomful Of Blues, John Primer, Albert Cummings and Michael Powers. The band recently earned the 2021 CFAB Music Realm Best Entertainer Award and has amassed several Independent Blues Award nominations. Misty Blues’ original recordings have garnered global radio airplay resulting in their 11th album making the Roots Music Report Top Contemporary Blues Album Chart for 2022 at #14. Their 12th album, Outside The Lines, will be released on March 31, 2023.
In the summer of 1999 Gina Coleman was performing in the Williamstown Theater Festival production of A Raisin In The Sun. That production featured the acting of Ruben Santiago Hudson, Viola Davis, Kimberly Elise and Gloria Foster. Coleman was cast as a gospel singer. Nearing the end of the show’s run, Ruben Santiago Hudson gave Coleman a cd collection entitled Men Are Like Streetcars. He told her that her voice was well suited for the blues and urged her to take that next musical direction. Coleman heeded his advance, and after 24 years, Misty Blues has stood the test of time.
Saturday, May 13, 2023
Start Time
3:00 pm
Doors Time


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Please note the following regarding parking:

Venue and parking
Studio 9 is located at 18 Veazie St, adjacent to the Porches Inn.
You are welcome to park in the following locations:
– The small lot across the street
– The community lot nearest the UNO Park on River St
– East side of Veazie Street (same side as the studio)
– or on the Porches side of River St.
Do not park in the following locations:
– Porches Guest lots
– The downhill side of Veazie
– Eastbound side of River Street (the side that Mass MoCA is on)