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Holy Smokes Studio are two brothers making high-quality music videos for Vermont artists, and their work is catching attention beyond the state.
Reuben Jackson, beloved Vermont jazz DJ and poet, passed away last week. A new music series is coming to Rutland, and Audrey Pearl drops her latest single. Photographer Luke Awtry surveys the local nightlife.
In Vermont, the event "Black Experience" aims to address racist tendencies and educate on racial issues hosted by the Flynn.
Sons of Mystro, Robber Robber, Provisions Hip Hop, Marina Prikis, Phish festival, and Cotter Ellis in Burlington on February 6.
Jer Coons discusses how nostalgia plays a role in his 90s-inspired song "Legs" and his return to music in new single "90s" with a planned full-length album later in 2024. He discusses the influence of Caroline Rose on his musical evolution over the years.
Noah Kahan lost out on Best New Artist at the 66th annual Grammy Awards. Vermont's Erin Bentlage claimed victory for Best Arrangement, and Plattsburgh, N.Y. has new hip-hop happenings.
A music writer reluctantly shares his experience and change of heart about covering Vermont artist Noah Kahan and his significance to locals.
Indie-folk duo Cricket Blue release new song "I Hope You Never Think of Me" before upcoming album. Guster plays sold-out show in Stowe 2/10.
Next, Phin plans to conquer the indie music scene. His debut single, "you would never fall in love with me," will drop on January 19.
Ali McGuirk, an adopted music scene resident in Burlington, will hold a residency at Radio Bean while also forming a new project with Nicole Nelson.
Waylon Jennings covers "Will the Wolf Survive?" in 1986, an album after the song speaks of surviving cocaine addiction. Mark LeGrand turns to survival after stomach cancer diagnosis with a benefit concert scheduled for January 28th.
Jazz at The Lantern series returns to Stowe's Brass Lantern Inn, featuring talented musicians from January to June. Embers in Umbra and Juicebox release new singles. Photographer Luke Awtry features local night clerk at Kerry's Kwik Stop.
Vermont music reflects on 2023, a strange year with many losses, big breakthroughs, festival disappointments, and ongoing challenges for musicians.
Sarah King will release her first full-length LP in 2024. Juicebox and Philip David Stern also have new music. Epsilon Spires will screen Gremlins.
Ryan Power is dropping a new record, "World of Wonder" and playing live for the first time in Burlington since 2019.
Burlington isn't known for its club scene, but that's changing. A variety of dance nights, hip-hop, and DJs are making a mark on the city.
Nick Cassarino throws a rocking Christmas party in Vermont. Goth Mountain Metal Fest, Stage 33 Live & Hiroya Tsukamoto are featured. Last week's Kat & Brett Holiday Show highlighted a new Christmas song.
A music critic reflects on Burlington's recent weirness amid a shooting, racist remarks, and Spotify's new Sound Town feature. But hey, cool music!
Burlington City Arts announced New Year's Eve lineup for Highlight at Foam Brewers. Big Gay New Year show features local darling Caroline Rose.
Celebrated jazz musician Duke Ellington transformed the Nutcracker Suite into a hard-swinging jazz record in 1960; a band in Vermont has now arranged it for an acoustic string band.
Montpelier lost its only music instrument store but will open a new one, Naive Melody Instrument Exchange, by area musicians. Erin Bentlage of Jericho has been nominated for a Grammy. The Kat & Brett Holiday Show, featuring vocalist Kat Wright and guitarist Brett Hughes, will go on tour almost to Christmas Eve starting December 1.
Experience the Rasa String Quartet at Next Stage Arts on Dec 9 at 7:30 PM. Discover their blend of classical and folk music in an immersive concert.
Radio host Llu Mulvaney-Stanak turned an old radio station into a community hub featuring diverse shows; also provided support in natural disasters.
Michael Arnowitt and ImproVisions Jazz perform in the Wendy’s Jazz Soiree series in Guilford on Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. Admission is $20. Call for reservations.
Maestro of the harmonica since 1969, Bob Stannard returns to the stage to support Weston Theater with a high-energy, flood relief fundraising concert on December 9th at 7:30 pm.
Celebrate with VJC Big Band's Scholarship Gala on Dec 1, featuring vocalist Alexis Cole. Experience an evening of jazz and swing while supporting student scholarships.
Eighth annual Thanksgiving concert by Taconic Music on Nov. 25 in Manchester with Beethoven's String Quartet and Allen Shawn's Sleepless Night.
A musician who plays covers but hates cover bands on AI renditions. Recommends Dark Side of the Mountain and Spencer and the Walrus for Floyd and Beatles tributes.
Vermonters Noah Kahan and Bernie Sanders nab Grammy noms. Burlington's Silent Mile marks 5 years with show. Rangus rocks Higher Ground.
KaneLoggiaHYPOTHESIS presents Masters of Sonic Liberation #2, highlighting experimental music at 118 Elliot on Saturday at 7 p.m. 10$ donation suggested.
Experience the soulful Irish melodies of Cedar Stanistreet on fiddle and Jake Grieco on flute in a cozy concert setting. Limited space, reservations required.
Anna Mieke shares new single + video 'Ornament'  Folk Radio UK
Next Stage hosts Argentinian duo Lerner & Moguilevsky, blending klezmer, tango, jazz, and folk music, on Dec 2 in Putney, VT. Tickets at nextstagearts.org
Next Stage Arts and Twilight Music present Kat Wright and Brett Hughes with their quartet performing songs of the season at Next Stage on Friday, December 1 at 7:30 pm. 
The Stone Church's Grrrls to the Front program aims to provide women and gender nonconforming people a platform within the music industry.
BRATTROCK, a youth rock festival, is returning to The Stone Church in Brattleboro with four youth bands and performers. The event will be in-person and will raise funds for Youth Services. Email info@brattrock.com or visit Brattrock.com for more information.
Burlington standup comedian Mike Thomas wins Vermont's Funniest Comedian contest. A new single from Vermont artist Madaila is released. Dari Bay releases two remixes and will host Rock Night at Light Club Lamp Shop. A summary of last week's live music event highlights is included.
Special event at The Stone Church in Brattleboro to raise funds for local artist Re Sheppard undergoing cancer treatment. Bands will perform.
Northbound Quartet performs traditional jazz at Inn at Manchester on Nov. 14, playing pieces from various genres. Tickets available at taconicmusic.org.
Allegra Larson releases new song "Apathy," inspired by personal struggles. Release party on Friday in West Dover. Previous singles also available.
Myra Flynn is known for her music, but recently she launched a new podcast "Homegoings". She wants to have deep conversations about race.
Vermont cartoonist/musician James Kochalka releases EP, All Our Favorite Bands; upcoming shows include Sasami in Brattleboro and Dinosaur Jr. in SB.
Benjamin Newcomb cooks and serves meals to students present for the Boston States Fiddle Camp at Potash Hill in Marlboro, Oct. 20, 2023. Bell reminisces with memories from her starting small and then growing to her current status.
Steely Dead band fuses Steely Dan with the Grateful Dead. They're playing a show in Wilmington this weekend with a costume contest and raffle.
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra is returning to Bellows Falls Opera House with Made in Vermont and Kat Wright on Sunday, November 5.
6th Annual Emerging Artist Festival Featuring Lakecia Benjamin at the Vermont Jazz Center
Vermont Humanities presents Deep Cuts, a Fall Festival exploring music's past, present, & future. Free events statewide, incl. North Indian music.
Next Stage Arts presents Walter Parks & The Unlawful Assembly, and Big Lazy, on Friday, October 27 at 7:30 pm at Next Stage Arts.
99 Neighbors, a collective hip-hop group from VT, is splitting after 5 years. The move was spurred by life changes and desire to explore new projects.

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