Friday, February 26, 2010

Dear friends in the Massachusetts area, please post this to your blog, spread the word, share it with your friends, mark that you're attending on the Facebook Invite and help Gloucester, MA to enjoy the dirty times about to fall upon them like acid snow that tastes like candy. 

Thank you and see ya in Gloucester THIS TUESDAY!



Jessica Delfino presents “DIRTY FOLK ROCK” in Gloucester, MA
Ribald ditties abound at Cape Ann Community Cinema

Jennifer Hanson
(347) 878-7769

March 3, 2010
Cape Ann Community Cinema
21 Main St., Gloucester, MA. 01930
Doors at 7:30 PM

Glitters, sprinkles, rainbow fluff: A) the first few words of a kids’ song? Or, B) the opening line of an edgy, electro-pop number which got Jessica publicly denounced by the US Catholic League, sealed her first record deal and sent her on a UK tour where she had sell out shows? That would be “B”. 

Introducing Jessica Delfino. Originally hailing from Damariscotta, Maine, Jessica now calls New York City her home, but she spends a good amount of her time on the road these days, sharing her “dirty folk rock” with anyone who will listen. And it turns out there are actually plenty of people who are ready to hear Jessica’s often comedic, sometimes naughty ballads, anthems and musical numbers. 

Much of the award-winning songstress’s repertoire addresses the darker side of life, as in her song, “I Hate Everybody”, or deconstructs sex acts posing as anti-war campfire songs, as in her song, “No More War”. In some songs, she keeps it clean, discussing unicorns and the like. Her bevy of unusual instruments include the normal enough guitar, but then she adds to that an “emergency whistle”, a “q-chord”, and a “flying V ukulele”, and you’ve got “fun for the whole family,” Jessica explains, “except for the kids.” 

Jessica recently performed at the world famous Reading & Leeds Festival in England where Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain famously rolled himself out onto the stage in a wheel chair some years ago. Jessica’s work has appeared on TV, radio and she was just this week touted as one of “NYC’s 50 most stylish people” in a photo spread in Time Out NY. Oh, and she is something of an internet celebrity. If you don’t believe it, she suggests you just “google her and see what comes up.” 

Jessica performs a slightly tamer version of her material on March 3rd, 2010, at Cape Ann Community Cinema, 21 Main St., Gloucester, MA. 01930. For more information, call (978) 282-1988 or visit

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