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Songs now on the menu at Bogie’s in Hampton, NH

HAMPTON – On a frigid February night with the wind howling as a result of the gazebo in Depot Square outside the house, items are just starting to warmth up inside of at Bogie’s as Michael Troy rips into the Billy Joel traditional, “Scenes from an Italian Cafe.”

“It’s attention-grabbing, but because the pandemic begun we have just about gotten much more get the job done,” says Troy, an accomplished singer and pianist who has opened for the likes of the Beach front Boys, Eddie Money and Heart, through a break.

“Especially when the pandemic started, it was like everyone was starved for music.”

Proper in downtown Hampton Paul Bogart is encouraging feed that musical hunger three-to-4 evenings a week at his cafe, Bogie’s at Depot Square. 

Bogart, who obtained the constructing which made use of to home the Savory Sq. Bistro and accompanying French cooking university in 2018, has renovated the restaurant’s major dining place into an event and new music room full with a modest phase.

Bogie's owner Paul Bogart (left)  behind the bar at Bogie's with his right hand man, Chef Jared Reddy.

“I like to connect with it a music, celebration and meeting space,” states Bogart of the adaptable space and credits area reggae artist Garth Streete for coming up with the strategy. “Garth is a actually sharp dude and was the venture manager on this. He came up with the thought and it was far better than everything we were accomplishing with the room, so I explained let’s go for it.”