Live Music in Arlington for a Great Cause
Friday Night Fireside Music Series, A Fundraiser
The Friday Night Fireside Music Series, hosted by West Mountain Inn in Arlington continued on April 20th with Joe Bouza and Henry Kwame Jones. This acoustic guitar, percussion and vocal duo performs classic rock by artists such as James Taylor, Eric Clapton and the Beatles. Bouza who performs regularly in Greenwich area and New York City clubs, is back by popular demand. Jones, originally from New York City, is the founder of Infinite Roots; an African drumming and dance troupe that tours and offers youth workshops throughout the country. Their performance promises to be a soulful, high energy evening. Ask us about VT live music or share your Vermont visit comments. To feature your Vermont business, contact us.
Vermont Friday Night Fireside Music Series
West Mountain Inn, River Road, Arlington, VT 05250 | 802-375-6516
Nestled on a mountainside, the century old, seven gabled West Mountain Inn invites guests to discover its many treasures. Distinctively decorated guest rooms, comfortable common areas, 150 woodland acres with wildflowers, a bird sanctuary, and llamas. Miles of wilderness ski or hiking trails and the Battenkill River provide seasonal outdoor activities. Private dining and meeting rooms, A unique space for celebrations of weddings, birthdays, anniversaries, family reunions, or business meetings.
On April 27th the Inn welcomes Hollow Hills. This group of local musicians – Bruce Frank (Irish bouzouki, guitar, bass), Karen Frank (whistles, fiddle, concertina & bodhran), John Pozzi (chief balladeer & guitar), and Antje Ruppert (fiddle, flute, recorder, mandolin) have been playing Celtic music in The Manchester And The Mountains area for the past 13 years.Playing songs and ballads, jigs and reels from the Irish and Scottish tradition,their music and voices will lift your spirits.
A special performance by Brattleboro singer/songwriter and guitarist Lisa McCormick will take place on May 18th. McCormick’s strong clear voice and sharp sense of humor have been delighting audiences for many years. A recent recipient of a VT Arts Council Creation Grant, The Washington Post raves, “This is one singer/songwriter who is really worth hearing!” and Boston’s New England Performer Magazine calls Lisa McCormick “…an absolute genius. She is funny, sexy, smart, literate, sardonic, witty, and sings with all the power of a rock diva.
All performances will begin at 7pm in the main inn. A delicious tavern menu and spirits from the bar will be offered and guests are welcome to come before the music begins. The door charge is $4 (children are free) and a portion of all proceeds from the series will be donated to local charities including the Battenkill Watershed Alliance, Casting for Recovery, Habitat for Humanity and the Fisher Elementary After School Arts Program. For more information contact the West Mountain Inn call 802-375-6516 and tell them Vermont Living sent you. VTLiving.com thanks you for supporting live music in Vermont.
West Mountain Inn
Arlington, VT 05250