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AUDITIONS

Come play with us! The Green Mountain Youth Symphony (GMYS) is holding auditions for summer and fall placement in all three orchestras and CAMP. Auditions will be heard on Saturdays May 11, May 18 & June 8 in Montpelier.

 We have open seats for novice through advanced musicians next fall. Registration is also open for the GMYS Creative Arts & Music Program (CAMP) for intermediate – advanced music students. CAMP will be held at Northern Vermont University-Johnson August 4-10 this year.

 Students of all orchestral instruments, all ages, and all levels are invited to join the fun and challenging environment of GMYS. Placement in the orchestras and CAMP is by audition only.

 To schedule an audition or for more information, please email GMYS at info@gmys-vt.org, call 802-888-4470 or visit our website at www.gmys-vt.org.

VENUES

Bagitos. 28 Main St., Montpelier. Music Daily Thursday-Sunday, check at www.Bagitos.com for more info

Charlie O’s World Famous. 70 Main St., Montpelier. Free. 223-6820. 

Every Tues.: Karaoke, 9 p.m.–1 a.m.

Espresso Bueno. 248 N. Main St., Barre. 479-0896. Free/by donation. events@espressobueno.com. espressobueno.com.

Positive Pie. 10:30 p.m. 22 State St., Montpelier. $5. 229- 0453. positivepie.com.

Whammy Bar. 7 p.m.; Fri. and Sat., 7:30 p.m. 31 County Rd., Calais. Thurs., Free. whammybar1.com.

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  • Capital City Band Wednesday Concerts
    7:00 pm
    2019/07/03

    The Capital City Band plays free outdoor concerts every Wednesday evening from 7-8 pm on the State House lawn throughout the summer. Come enjoy a picnic with neighbors or meet some new friends while enjoying this delightful Vermont musical tradition. Or, bring an instrument and play along with the band. Concerts are held on Wednesdays starting on June 12 and ending on August 14.  For more information call 456-7054 or see us on Facebook @CapitalCityBand

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  • BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series
    5:00 pm
    2019/07/04

    BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series at Feast and Field begins May 30th and runs through September. The music series is produced by BarnArts Center for the Arts and hosted by Feast and Field, a unique farm venue on a working farm where a collective of farms work together to access land. Food for sale is available from Feast and Field Farmers; Fable Farm and Fermentory, Eastman Farm, Kiss the Cow, Heartwood farm grow vegetables, perennials and raise animals.

    BarnArts is a nonprofit organization and concerts are supported by donations on site (suggested donation is $5-10/person) and by music series sponsors including Catamount Solar, Haystack Needle, Dr. Mark Knott Dentistry, Snyder Donegan Real Estate, and Twin Farms.

     

    BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series At Feast and Field

    1544 Royalton Turnpike, Barnard, VT

    Doors open 5:00, Music at 5:30. Suggested donation $5-15

    May 30: Emma Back and Senayit, alt. folk-rock

    June 6: Jay Nash, Americana Singer-songwriter

    June 13: Julian & Charles, vibes and harp duo

    June 20: Pete’s Posse, folk/roots

    June 27: Flynn, indie-soul

    July 4: Billy Wylder, folk/rock/world

    July 11: Bow Thayer, folk/rock

    July 18: Mayfly, Appalachian/Americana

    July 25: Mamuse, folk-soul-revival

    August 1: Strangled Darlings, indie-folk

    August 8: JigJam, Irish Bluegrass

    August 15: Les Poules à Colin, Quebecois

    August 22: Kalbells, dream pop

    August 29: Haywire, Americana

    September 5: Triton, trad Celtic/French

    September 12: The Fretless, rad trad

    September 19: Moxley Union, rock & roll

    September 26: Open Mic hosted by Trifolium

     

  • Jaquith Library Summer Concert Series
    6:30 pm
    2019/07/04

    Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

    Come on down to the Old Schoolhouse Common gazebo for eight free summer concerts! Enjoy great food from local food vendors, the bake & book sale by the Friends of the Jaquith and bid on fantastic items in the Silent Auction.

    June 27 Beg, Steal or Borrow was formed in early 2013 with a mission to resurrect the music of the iconic bluegrass band Old and in the Way and have gone on to win three prestigious bluegrass festival band competitions in Maine, Connecticut and New York, being dubbed a “Triple Crown Bluegrass Band” by Bluegrass Today. The band is comprised of Geoff Goodhue, Fran Forim, Roland Clark, Jeremy Sicely and Luke Auriemmo. Food Vendor: Farmers & Foragers

    July 4 Will Patton Ensemble deftly blends a rich stew of genres into a seamless whole, focusing on high energy improvisation and group interaction. Their repertoire, featuring fiery Brazilian sambas and folk waltzes, gentle choros and hot Gypsy jazz, takes you on a musical journey from a Parisian bistro to a plaza in the heart of Rio and back home again to your front porch. Will Patton (mandolin), Dono Schabner (guitar), Thal Aylward (violin), Clyde Stats (string bass), Caleb Bronz (percussion). Food Vendor: Mo’s Backyard BBQ

    July 11 The Stone Cold Roosters is a band that can strut, swing and rock across decades of American music with style including classic country, swamp-rock, Hillbilly-funk, Blues, Western Swing and Honky-tonk. Colin McCaffrey (lead singer, guitar), Ted Mortimer (lead guitar), Roy Cutler (drummer, vocals), Casey Dennis (bass), Thai Aylward (fiddle), Jim Pitman (dobro, steel guitar), Chuck Eller (keyboard). Food Vendor: Chez Mami

    July 18 Dave Keller Band Dave Keller is simply one of the finest soul and blues men of his generation. Famous for his live-wire shows, Dave Keller has become a household name. Come dance like crazy to his deep soul singing, his gritty guitar licks, and his super-tight, super-funky band. Blues Music Award nominee for Best Soul Blues Album of the Year – 2019! Food vendor: Mo’s Backyard BBQ

    July 25 Chaque Fois performs Cajun music from Southwest Louisiana. Alec Ellsworth (accordion, fiddle, vocals) and Katie Trautz (fiddle, vocals) weave rhythms, harmonies and melodies together with their instruments and voices. They are joined by Chris Hollis (on guitar and triangle), and Helen Doyle (on Bass). Food vendor: Marshfield Village Store.

    August 1 Kava Express plays a mix of eclectic and danceable rock and soul classics, from Stevie Wonder to Little Feat to Prince & U2. They feature catchy melodies, inspired improvisations and infectious grooves. Music that is fit for all ages! Jeff Guerin ( keys and vocals) , Jill Sudhoff-Guerin (vocals), Ryan Case (bass), Pat Lambdin (guitar), Terry Youk (horns), Rory Loughran (drum set and vocals), Chris Steller (percussion and vocals). Food vendor: Woodbelly Pizza

    August 8 Bella and the Notables presents to you jazz standards with a modern twist. Featuring vocalist Isabella Sances, the group consists of Peter Lind (Harmonica), Thaya Zalewski (Clarinet/Tenor Sax), Preston Murphy (Guitar), Bruno John (Bass) and Eamon Callahan (Drums). Come out for a fun night of high energy music! Food vendor: Vermont Foodie Stand

    August 15 Big Hat No Cattle plays old and new songs with a vintage western vibe. Danceable and fun, western swing is a rich melting pot of styles, including swing-era jazz, honky-tonk country, frontier fiddle tunes, cowboy songs, and more. The band is: Kevin Macneil Brown (vocals, steel guitar, guitar), Michael Ricciarelli (Vocals, guitar, fiddle, mandolin), David Blythe (bass, vocals), Danny McHugh (drums). Food vendor: Papagyros

    For info: 426-3581

    jaquithpubliclibrary@gmail.com

    Old Schoolhouse Common, Marshfield, VT

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  • Barbra Lica
    7:30 pm
    2019/07/05

    Friday, July 5 @ 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
    Tickets start at $20, Students $10, and Seniors 20% off
    Juno-nominated artist, Barbra Lica is a fast-rising star in the Canadian Jazz scene and has been receiving accolades for a unique vocal ability that stresses subtlety and grace. Based in Toronto, Canada, Barbra’s live show has captivated audiences all over North America with her genuine warmth and confident stage presence.

    She has performed everywhere from New York City’s legendary Birdland to Toronto’s prestigious Koerner Hall. She has also headlined at festivals across the continent including Festival International de Jazz de Montréal, Vancouver International Jazz Festival, and Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, and opened for the likes of Christian McBride, Pat Metheny, Bob Dorough, and Terence Blanchard.

    Highland Center for the Arts
    2875 Hardwick Street
    Greensboro, VT 05841
    Box Office – 802-533-2000
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  • Capital City Band Wednesday Concerts
    7:00 pm
    2019/07/10

    The Capital City Band plays free outdoor concerts every Wednesday evening from 7-8 pm on the State House lawn throughout the summer. Come enjoy a picnic with neighbors or meet some new friends while enjoying this delightful Vermont musical tradition. Or, bring an instrument and play along with the band. Concerts are held on Wednesdays starting on June 12 and ending on August 14.  For more information call 456-7054 or see us on Facebook @CapitalCityBand

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  • BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series
    5:00 pm
    2019/07/11

    BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series at Feast and Field begins May 30th and runs through September. The music series is produced by BarnArts Center for the Arts and hosted by Feast and Field, a unique farm venue on a working farm where a collective of farms work together to access land. Food for sale is available from Feast and Field Farmers; Fable Farm and Fermentory, Eastman Farm, Kiss the Cow, Heartwood farm grow vegetables, perennials and raise animals.

    BarnArts is a nonprofit organization and concerts are supported by donations on site (suggested donation is $5-10/person) and by music series sponsors including Catamount Solar, Haystack Needle, Dr. Mark Knott Dentistry, Snyder Donegan Real Estate, and Twin Farms.

     

    BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series At Feast and Field

    1544 Royalton Turnpike, Barnard, VT

    Doors open 5:00, Music at 5:30. Suggested donation $5-15

    May 30: Emma Back and Senayit, alt. folk-rock

    June 6: Jay Nash, Americana Singer-songwriter

    June 13: Julian & Charles, vibes and harp duo

    June 20: Pete’s Posse, folk/roots

    June 27: Flynn, indie-soul

    July 4: Billy Wylder, folk/rock/world

    July 11: Bow Thayer, folk/rock

    July 18: Mayfly, Appalachian/Americana

    July 25: Mamuse, folk-soul-revival

    August 1: Strangled Darlings, indie-folk

    August 8: JigJam, Irish Bluegrass

    August 15: Les Poules à Colin, Quebecois

    August 22: Kalbells, dream pop

    August 29: Haywire, Americana

    September 5: Triton, trad Celtic/French

    September 12: The Fretless, rad trad

    September 19: Moxley Union, rock & roll

    September 26: Open Mic hosted by Trifolium

     

  • Jaquith Library Summer Concert Series
    6:30 pm
    2019/07/11

    Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

    Come on down to the Old Schoolhouse Common gazebo for eight free summer concerts! Enjoy great food from local food vendors, the bake & book sale by the Friends of the Jaquith and bid on fantastic items in the Silent Auction.

    June 27 Beg, Steal or Borrow was formed in early 2013 with a mission to resurrect the music of the iconic bluegrass band Old and in the Way and have gone on to win three prestigious bluegrass festival band competitions in Maine, Connecticut and New York, being dubbed a “Triple Crown Bluegrass Band” by Bluegrass Today. The band is comprised of Geoff Goodhue, Fran Forim, Roland Clark, Jeremy Sicely and Luke Auriemmo. Food Vendor: Farmers & Foragers

    July 4 Will Patton Ensemble deftly blends a rich stew of genres into a seamless whole, focusing on high energy improvisation and group interaction. Their repertoire, featuring fiery Brazilian sambas and folk waltzes, gentle choros and hot Gypsy jazz, takes you on a musical journey from a Parisian bistro to a plaza in the heart of Rio and back home again to your front porch. Will Patton (mandolin), Dono Schabner (guitar), Thal Aylward (violin), Clyde Stats (string bass), Caleb Bronz (percussion). Food Vendor: Mo’s Backyard BBQ

    July 11 The Stone Cold Roosters is a band that can strut, swing and rock across decades of American music with style including classic country, swamp-rock, Hillbilly-funk, Blues, Western Swing and Honky-tonk. Colin McCaffrey (lead singer, guitar), Ted Mortimer (lead guitar), Roy Cutler (drummer, vocals), Casey Dennis (bass), Thai Aylward (fiddle), Jim Pitman (dobro, steel guitar), Chuck Eller (keyboard). Food Vendor: Chez Mami

    July 18 Dave Keller Band Dave Keller is simply one of the finest soul and blues men of his generation. Famous for his live-wire shows, Dave Keller has become a household name. Come dance like crazy to his deep soul singing, his gritty guitar licks, and his super-tight, super-funky band. Blues Music Award nominee for Best Soul Blues Album of the Year – 2019! Food vendor: Mo’s Backyard BBQ

    July 25 Chaque Fois performs Cajun music from Southwest Louisiana. Alec Ellsworth (accordion, fiddle, vocals) and Katie Trautz (fiddle, vocals) weave rhythms, harmonies and melodies together with their instruments and voices. They are joined by Chris Hollis (on guitar and triangle), and Helen Doyle (on Bass). Food vendor: Marshfield Village Store.

    August 1 Kava Express plays a mix of eclectic and danceable rock and soul classics, from Stevie Wonder to Little Feat to Prince & U2. They feature catchy melodies, inspired improvisations and infectious grooves. Music that is fit for all ages! Jeff Guerin ( keys and vocals) , Jill Sudhoff-Guerin (vocals), Ryan Case (bass), Pat Lambdin (guitar), Terry Youk (horns), Rory Loughran (drum set and vocals), Chris Steller (percussion and vocals). Food vendor: Woodbelly Pizza

    August 8 Bella and the Notables presents to you jazz standards with a modern twist. Featuring vocalist Isabella Sances, the group consists of Peter Lind (Harmonica), Thaya Zalewski (Clarinet/Tenor Sax), Preston Murphy (Guitar), Bruno John (Bass) and Eamon Callahan (Drums). Come out for a fun night of high energy music! Food vendor: Vermont Foodie Stand

    August 15 Big Hat No Cattle plays old and new songs with a vintage western vibe. Danceable and fun, western swing is a rich melting pot of styles, including swing-era jazz, honky-tonk country, frontier fiddle tunes, cowboy songs, and more. The band is: Kevin Macneil Brown (vocals, steel guitar, guitar), Michael Ricciarelli (Vocals, guitar, fiddle, mandolin), David Blythe (bass, vocals), Danny McHugh (drums). Food vendor: Papagyros

    For info: 426-3581

    jaquithpubliclibrary@gmail.com

    Old Schoolhouse Common, Marshfield, VT

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  • Electrolads Dance Party
    8:00 pm
    2019/07/13

    Electrolads
    DANCE PARTY
    Saturday, July 13 @ 8:00 pm – 10:30 pm
    $10
    Vermont-based Electrolads harness the power of pulsating music to create a space for raw dance culture, stripping down the Electronic Dance Music experience to its foundations of purity and movement. Allow the transformation and dance the night away!

    Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick St., Greensboro

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  • Capital City Band Wednesday Concerts
    7:00 pm
    2019/07/17

    The Capital City Band plays free outdoor concerts every Wednesday evening from 7-8 pm on the State House lawn throughout the summer. Come enjoy a picnic with neighbors or meet some new friends while enjoying this delightful Vermont musical tradition. Or, bring an instrument and play along with the band. Concerts are held on Wednesdays starting on June 12 and ending on August 14.  For more information call 456-7054 or see us on Facebook @CapitalCityBand

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  • BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series
    5:00 pm
    2019/07/18

    BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series at Feast and Field begins May 30th and runs through September. The music series is produced by BarnArts Center for the Arts and hosted by Feast and Field, a unique farm venue on a working farm where a collective of farms work together to access land. Food for sale is available from Feast and Field Farmers; Fable Farm and Fermentory, Eastman Farm, Kiss the Cow, Heartwood farm grow vegetables, perennials and raise animals.

    BarnArts is a nonprofit organization and concerts are supported by donations on site (suggested donation is $5-10/person) and by music series sponsors including Catamount Solar, Haystack Needle, Dr. Mark Knott Dentistry, Snyder Donegan Real Estate, and Twin Farms.

     

    BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series At Feast and Field

    1544 Royalton Turnpike, Barnard, VT

    Doors open 5:00, Music at 5:30. Suggested donation $5-15

    May 30: Emma Back and Senayit, alt. folk-rock

    June 6: Jay Nash, Americana Singer-songwriter

    June 13: Julian & Charles, vibes and harp duo

    June 20: Pete’s Posse, folk/roots

    June 27: Flynn, indie-soul

    July 4: Billy Wylder, folk/rock/world

    July 11: Bow Thayer, folk/rock

    July 18: Mayfly, Appalachian/Americana

    July 25: Mamuse, folk-soul-revival

    August 1: Strangled Darlings, indie-folk

    August 8: JigJam, Irish Bluegrass

    August 15: Les Poules à Colin, Quebecois

    August 22: Kalbells, dream pop

    August 29: Haywire, Americana

    September 5: Triton, trad Celtic/French

    September 12: The Fretless, rad trad

    September 19: Moxley Union, rock & roll

    September 26: Open Mic hosted by Trifolium

     

  • Jaquith Library Summer Concert Series
    6:30 pm
    2019/07/18

    Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

    Come on down to the Old Schoolhouse Common gazebo for eight free summer concerts! Enjoy great food from local food vendors, the bake & book sale by the Friends of the Jaquith and bid on fantastic items in the Silent Auction.

    June 27 Beg, Steal or Borrow was formed in early 2013 with a mission to resurrect the music of the iconic bluegrass band Old and in the Way and have gone on to win three prestigious bluegrass festival band competitions in Maine, Connecticut and New York, being dubbed a “Triple Crown Bluegrass Band” by Bluegrass Today. The band is comprised of Geoff Goodhue, Fran Forim, Roland Clark, Jeremy Sicely and Luke Auriemmo. Food Vendor: Farmers & Foragers

    July 4 Will Patton Ensemble deftly blends a rich stew of genres into a seamless whole, focusing on high energy improvisation and group interaction. Their repertoire, featuring fiery Brazilian sambas and folk waltzes, gentle choros and hot Gypsy jazz, takes you on a musical journey from a Parisian bistro to a plaza in the heart of Rio and back home again to your front porch. Will Patton (mandolin), Dono Schabner (guitar), Thal Aylward (violin), Clyde Stats (string bass), Caleb Bronz (percussion). Food Vendor: Mo’s Backyard BBQ

    July 11 The Stone Cold Roosters is a band that can strut, swing and rock across decades of American music with style including classic country, swamp-rock, Hillbilly-funk, Blues, Western Swing and Honky-tonk. Colin McCaffrey (lead singer, guitar), Ted Mortimer (lead guitar), Roy Cutler (drummer, vocals), Casey Dennis (bass), Thai Aylward (fiddle), Jim Pitman (dobro, steel guitar), Chuck Eller (keyboard). Food Vendor: Chez Mami

    July 18 Dave Keller Band Dave Keller is simply one of the finest soul and blues men of his generation. Famous for his live-wire shows, Dave Keller has become a household name. Come dance like crazy to his deep soul singing, his gritty guitar licks, and his super-tight, super-funky band. Blues Music Award nominee for Best Soul Blues Album of the Year – 2019! Food vendor: Mo’s Backyard BBQ

    July 25 Chaque Fois performs Cajun music from Southwest Louisiana. Alec Ellsworth (accordion, fiddle, vocals) and Katie Trautz (fiddle, vocals) weave rhythms, harmonies and melodies together with their instruments and voices. They are joined by Chris Hollis (on guitar and triangle), and Helen Doyle (on Bass). Food vendor: Marshfield Village Store.

    August 1 Kava Express plays a mix of eclectic and danceable rock and soul classics, from Stevie Wonder to Little Feat to Prince & U2. They feature catchy melodies, inspired improvisations and infectious grooves. Music that is fit for all ages! Jeff Guerin ( keys and vocals) , Jill Sudhoff-Guerin (vocals), Ryan Case (bass), Pat Lambdin (guitar), Terry Youk (horns), Rory Loughran (drum set and vocals), Chris Steller (percussion and vocals). Food vendor: Woodbelly Pizza

    August 8 Bella and the Notables presents to you jazz standards with a modern twist. Featuring vocalist Isabella Sances, the group consists of Peter Lind (Harmonica), Thaya Zalewski (Clarinet/Tenor Sax), Preston Murphy (Guitar), Bruno John (Bass) and Eamon Callahan (Drums). Come out for a fun night of high energy music! Food vendor: Vermont Foodie Stand

    August 15 Big Hat No Cattle plays old and new songs with a vintage western vibe. Danceable and fun, western swing is a rich melting pot of styles, including swing-era jazz, honky-tonk country, frontier fiddle tunes, cowboy songs, and more. The band is: Kevin Macneil Brown (vocals, steel guitar, guitar), Michael Ricciarelli (Vocals, guitar, fiddle, mandolin), David Blythe (bass, vocals), Danny McHugh (drums). Food vendor: Papagyros

    For info: 426-3581

    jaquithpubliclibrary@gmail.com

    Old Schoolhouse Common, Marshfield, VT

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  • Parkapalooza!
    3:00 pm
    2019/07/20

    Event: Parkapalooza!

    Dates: June 15th, 2019 – September 21, 2019. Repeats the third Saturday of every month during the summer (June – September 2019).

    Location: Hubbard Park, 400 Parkway Drive, Montpelier, VT 05602.

    Description: Everyone is invited to join the Montpelier Parks Department for their annual summer music series, Parkapalooza! 

    Parkapalooza concerts feature music from great local bands every third Saturday of the month throughout summer, starting June 15th and going until September 21st. Concerts are held by the Old Shelter in Hubbard Park, where delicious food from a local vendor will also be served. Around the concert, various activities will be held including a giant slip n’ slide, activities for kids, and a skill swap featuring local crafters and artisans. 

    Tickets will be available the morning before the concert at the Montpelier Farmer’s Market and then at the gates of Hubbard Park when the concert starts at 3:00pm. Ticket costs will be $5.00 for adults; $3.00 for children (children under 5 are free). Campsites can be reserved ahead of time for $10.00 by calling (802) 223-7335; if any campsites are left over, they will be available for $15.00 the day of each concert.

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  • Capital City Band Wednesday Concerts
    7:00 pm
    2019/07/24

    The Capital City Band plays free outdoor concerts every Wednesday evening from 7-8 pm on the State House lawn throughout the summer. Come enjoy a picnic with neighbors or meet some new friends while enjoying this delightful Vermont musical tradition. Or, bring an instrument and play along with the band. Concerts are held on Wednesdays starting on June 12 and ending on August 14.  For more information call 456-7054 or see us on Facebook @CapitalCityBand

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  • BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series
    5:00 pm
    2019/07/25

    BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series at Feast and Field begins May 30th and runs through September. The music series is produced by BarnArts Center for the Arts and hosted by Feast and Field, a unique farm venue on a working farm where a collective of farms work together to access land. Food for sale is available from Feast and Field Farmers; Fable Farm and Fermentory, Eastman Farm, Kiss the Cow, Heartwood farm grow vegetables, perennials and raise animals.

    BarnArts is a nonprofit organization and concerts are supported by donations on site (suggested donation is $5-10/person) and by music series sponsors including Catamount Solar, Haystack Needle, Dr. Mark Knott Dentistry, Snyder Donegan Real Estate, and Twin Farms.

     

    BarnArts Music on the Farm Concert Series At Feast and Field

    1544 Royalton Turnpike, Barnard, VT

    Doors open 5:00, Music at 5:30. Suggested donation $5-15

    May 30: Emma Back and Senayit, alt. folk-rock

    June 6: Jay Nash, Americana Singer-songwriter

    June 13: Julian & Charles, vibes and harp duo

    June 20: Pete’s Posse, folk/roots

    June 27: Flynn, indie-soul

    July 4: Billy Wylder, folk/rock/world

    July 11: Bow Thayer, folk/rock

    July 18: Mayfly, Appalachian/Americana

    July 25: Mamuse, folk-soul-revival

    August 1: Strangled Darlings, indie-folk

    August 8: JigJam, Irish Bluegrass

    August 15: Les Poules à Colin, Quebecois

    August 22: Kalbells, dream pop

    August 29: Haywire, Americana

    September 5: Triton, trad Celtic/French

    September 12: The Fretless, rad trad

    September 19: Moxley Union, rock & roll

    September 26: Open Mic hosted by Trifolium

     

  • Jaquith Library Summer Concert Series
    6:30 pm
    2019/07/25

    Thursdays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

    Come on down to the Old Schoolhouse Common gazebo for eight free summer concerts! Enjoy great food from local food vendors, the bake & book sale by the Friends of the Jaquith and bid on fantastic items in the Silent Auction.

    June 27 Beg, Steal or Borrow was formed in early 2013 with a mission to resurrect the music of the iconic bluegrass band Old and in the Way and have gone on to win three prestigious bluegrass festival band competitions in Maine, Connecticut and New York, being dubbed a “Triple Crown Bluegrass Band” by Bluegrass Today. The band is comprised of Geoff Goodhue, Fran Forim, Roland Clark, Jeremy Sicely and Luke Auriemmo. Food Vendor: Farmers & Foragers

    July 4 Will Patton Ensemble deftly blends a rich stew of genres into a seamless whole, focusing on high energy improvisation and group interaction. Their repertoire, featuring fiery Brazilian sambas and folk waltzes, gentle choros and hot Gypsy jazz, takes you on a musical journey from a Parisian bistro to a plaza in the heart of Rio and back home again to your front porch. Will Patton (mandolin), Dono Schabner (guitar), Thal Aylward (violin), Clyde Stats (string bass), Caleb Bronz (percussion). Food Vendor: Mo’s Backyard BBQ

    July 11 The Stone Cold Roosters is a band that can strut, swing and rock across decades of American music with style including classic country, swamp-rock, Hillbilly-funk, Blues, Western Swing and Honky-tonk. Colin McCaffrey (lead singer, guitar), Ted Mortimer (lead guitar), Roy Cutler (drummer, vocals), Casey Dennis (bass), Thai Aylward (fiddle), Jim Pitman (dobro, steel guitar), Chuck Eller (keyboard). Food Vendor: Chez Mami

    July 18 Dave Keller Band Dave Keller is simply one of the finest soul and blues men of his generation. Famous for his live-wire shows, Dave Keller has become a household name. Come dance like crazy to his deep soul singing, his gritty guitar licks, and his super-tight, super-funky band. Blues Music Award nominee for Best Soul Blues Album of the Year – 2019! Food vendor: Mo’s Backyard BBQ

    July 25 Chaque Fois performs Cajun music from Southwest Louisiana. Alec Ellsworth (accordion, fiddle, vocals) and Katie Trautz (fiddle, vocals) weave rhythms, harmonies and melodies together with their instruments and voices. They are joined by Chris Hollis (on guitar and triangle), and Helen Doyle (on Bass). Food vendor: Marshfield Village Store.

    August 1 Kava Express plays a mix of eclectic and danceable rock and soul classics, from Stevie Wonder to Little Feat to Prince & U2. They feature catchy melodies, inspired improvisations and infectious grooves. Music that is fit for all ages! Jeff Guerin ( keys and vocals) , Jill Sudhoff-Guerin (vocals), Ryan Case (bass), Pat Lambdin (guitar), Terry Youk (horns), Rory Loughran (drum set and vocals), Chris Steller (percussion and vocals). Food vendor: Woodbelly Pizza

    August 8 Bella and the Notables presents to you jazz standards with a modern twist. Featuring vocalist Isabella Sances, the group consists of Peter Lind (Harmonica), Thaya Zalewski (Clarinet/Tenor Sax), Preston Murphy (Guitar), Bruno John (Bass) and Eamon Callahan (Drums). Come out for a fun night of high energy music! Food vendor: Vermont Foodie Stand

    August 15 Big Hat No Cattle plays old and new songs with a vintage western vibe. Danceable and fun, western swing is a rich melting pot of styles, including swing-era jazz, honky-tonk country, frontier fiddle tunes, cowboy songs, and more. The band is: Kevin Macneil Brown (vocals, steel guitar, guitar), Michael Ricciarelli (Vocals, guitar, fiddle, mandolin), David Blythe (bass, vocals), Danny McHugh (drums). Food vendor: Papagyros

    For info: 426-3581

    jaquithpubliclibrary@gmail.com

    Old Schoolhouse Common, Marshfield, VT

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  • Capital City Band Wednesday Concerts
    7:00 pm
    2019/07/31

    The Capital City Band plays free outdoor concerts every Wednesday evening from 7-8 pm on the State House lawn throughout the summer. Come enjoy a picnic with neighbors or meet some new friends while enjoying this delightful Vermont musical tradition. Or, bring an instrument and play along with the band. Concerts are held on Wednesdays starting on June 12 and ending on August 14.  For more information call 456-7054 or see us on Facebook @CapitalCityBand

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