Valley Stage Productions produces concerts in Vermont all year long! While we are best known for The Valley Stage Music Festival, over the winter and into the spring we help to produce the Brick Church Music Series. We also produce special shows and performances in some of Vermont's best venues.
Below is a sampling of concerts from 2012:
Darol Anger/Joe Walsh & Friends
Richmond Free Library
Sunday, November 25, 2012
This concert brings together four of the finest musicians found anywhere in the acoustic string world for a night of musical conversations. Darol Anger (fiddle), Joe Walsh (mandolin), Grant Gordy (guitar), and Karl Doty (bass) will draw on decades of collective experience with and mastery of bluegrass, jazz, old time and numerous string band styles to create a sound uniquely their own.
An Evening with Zack duPont
Tuesday - May 29, 2012, Flynn Space
Zack duPont is a budding songwriter based out of Burlington, VT. At the young age of 26, his music has displayed nothing but natural potential for growth and in return, has served as a vehicle for plays in most of the major cities across America and landed him support slots for artists like Taj Mahal, Grace Potter, State Radio and Raul Midon to name a few. His finger-style techniques create the illusion of two guitars playing simultaneously and are accompanied by intriguing lyrics, haunting melodies and one of a kind harmonic structures. The sound is contemporary folk with a twist of soul and blues.
Friday - July 6, 2012, the Big Picture
Likened to watching “Hee-Haw on mescaline”, The DEFiBULATORs wield an arsenal of guitars, banjos, fiddles, and junkyard percussion, with relentless energy and virtuosity. The DEFiBULATORs jump-start new life into vintage country music and deliver a unique sound that’s anything but old timey. Razor sharp harmonies by Bug Jennings and Erin Bru, along with dark and surreal lyrics, illuminate songs that are gritty and witty; spinning tales of deception, debauchery, depleted bank accounts, fanaticism, vintage firearms, biological anomalies, airline intoxication, and animal ennui.