Co-headliner double bill concert with River HALO and The Break Maids! These are the top two bands from our wishlist, and bada-bing here they both are on the same show. We're stoked and you should be too!
River HALO is "a gal duo singing homespun freedom songs of the luminous kind." Playfulness and poetry and "an entourage of lost and found acoustic and percussion instruments," they're hard to pigeonhole. Kind of an outsider folk sound that's part mountain and part forest and all heart.
The Break Maids are back! Original rock n' roll with a twist of folk punk - "straight off the hill and over the top." Dancing allowed! Their music has an infectious here-we-go down-and-dirtiness. FUN.
The performances will be recorded and filmed for web and broadcast! All ages are welcome. Admission by donation. Doors at 6PM at 33 Bridge St in Bellows Falls. Audience seating capacity is limited to 50, plus standing room.
This concert is part of a "Sunday Evenings in April" series at Stage 33 Live, the plucky local love child of Ted Talks, eTown, Prairie Home Companion, Science Friday, and The Little Rascals. Stage 33 Live is nonprofit and run by volunteers.
Learn more at www.stage33live.com
This April '18 series kicks off with an Open Mic on the 1st.
And on April 29, the premier of newest installment of The Secret Life of Death by Gail Golec, followed by audience Q&A. This episode of Gail Golec's media series also features historian Matt Labbe; together they delve into the history of The Old Dodge Tavern - including the gravestone in the basement.
We're also on the lookout for creative wordsmiths to read or perform their work, and people with humanities and science knowledge to share with other mortals on the 8th and 22nd. Contact us if you’re one of those - or if you know one, give ’em a heads-up.