Alison studied rock, blues, and jazz at Berklee College of Music and has since been freelancing in the Boston area, building a reputation as a versatile player and soloist on electric bass. She is a performer, composer, session bassist, and the leader of The Alison Keslow Group. She has performed with and shares album credits with Victor Wooten, Joan Armatrading, Jerry Marotta, Tony Levin, John Sebastian, and Mindi Abair, and has appeared on many recordings, independent releases, movie soundtracks and more — and well as releasing two albums of her own.
“Fugitive at the Door” is a bi-weekly music series presented by Fugitive Productions and Orange Door Kitchen. Since the winter of 2015, Fugitive has been bringing great dance bands to The Gallery at Villageworks. Now, Fugitive is partnering with Villageworks’ newest venue, Orange Door Kitchen, to present “listening” music — one to a few performers playing jazz, folk, bluegrass, blues, classical, world music, possibly even a cappella. Whatever strikes our fancy — and yours.
“Fugitive at the Door” happens two Wednesdays a month. Orange Door Kitchen serves a few small plates and snacks each evening with a full bar. We think you will fall in love with the room and the amenities and hope that our Wednesday evening events offer a regular mid-week break for you.
Orange Door is a no cash, no tipping venue — all transactions are digital and gratuities are included in the menu price.