Category Archives: Music

Thompson Gunner brings Gunner Ball to The Palms Saturday

STAFF REPORT For those of you tired of checking out local, live music in same old bar scene, Thompson Gunner is classing it up and movin’ on upstairs to The…

Caitlin Canty, Barnaby Bright to play Merchants Hall in Rutland

STAFF REPORT Proctor’s Caitlin Canty is coming back to town for a show at Merchants Hall in Rutland Thursday, June 27, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10. Indie-pop duo Barnaby Bright will share…

Joan Baez: Live at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland

By JIM SABATASO STAFF WRITER With more than 50 years as a professional musician behind her, one might wonder why Joan Baez still tours. “Because I can,” says the folk…

5 Questions: Joan Baez

1. What is the first song you ever learned? Frankie Laine’s “Cry of the Wild Goose.” I was 4 years old. 2. What is your musical guilty pleasure? I recently got…

Aaron Audet: Bringing home the music

By JOANNA TEBBS YOUNG CIRCLES OF COMMUNITY “Ever since I was a kid, music has made me smile.” In high school, Aaron Audet’s name was synonymous with music. Arriving at…

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra: In tune with Vermont

By JOANNA TEBBS YOUNG CIRCLES OF COMMUNIY If there is a danger of me going on and on about something (other than the benefits of personal writing), it might be…

Local sounds: Summer concert series around Rutland County

EDITED by JIM SABATASO STAFF WRITER SUNDAY: RUTLAND June 16-Aug. 19, 7 p.m. Main Street Park. More info: rutlandrec.com The Rutland City Band performs every Sunday.   TUESDAY: CASTLETON June 4-Aug. 13,…

5 Questions: John Popper

By JIM SABATASO STAFF WRITER 1. What’s the first song you learned on harmonica? The first song I learned on Harmonica was the “Marine Corps Hymn” from the Hohner (song)…

5 Questions: Olivia Gawet

On April 21, West Rutlander Olivia Gawet sang the national anthem at Fenway Park as part of Vermont Day. You can watch the video above. Being asked to sing is…