Breanna Elaine’s earthy folk with rock and jazz flavorings has been making waves and garnering praise, with comparisons to Jewel, Alanis Morissette, and Stevie Nicks.
Born and raised in Brattleboro, she played violin and bass and sang for a group that performed in soup kitchens for the homeless. She moved to Northampton in her teens where she played in bands and sang in a choir featuring African folk music and other explorative genres. At 18 she moved to the Rutland area to be her grandmother’s caregiver, bringing her lifelong passion for singing and songwriting with her. She’s currently recording a new studio album.
Breanna Elaine will play the Stage 33 Live listening room at 33 Bridge Street in Bellows Falls, Vermont, on Sunday, August 14 at 7:00 PM. $10 in advance through stage33live.com or $15 at the door – all proceeds go to the performer. Limited seating. The performance will be recorded and filmed. This is an opportunity to catch Breanna Elaine in an intimate listening room performance before she graduates to bigger venues.
According to the performer’s preference, masks are optional. That may change without notice if community guidelines are updated. Seating will be a minimum of eight feet from the stage.
Stage 33 Live is a casual and intimate industrial-rustic listening room in a former factory hosting local, regional, and national performances and presentations of original material. No bar or kitchen, the stage is the mission; coffee / soda / juice / water and weird snacks are available by donation. More info about the nonprofit, all-volunteer project, and this and other upcoming events, online at stage33live.com
Stage 33 Live gratefully acknowledges the help of so many individuals without whom none of this would be happening, and institutional support this season from The Island Corporation, the Vermont Arts Council, Ben & Jerry’s Foundation, Covered Bridge Cookies, the Bellows Falls Opera House, and the Rockingham Arts & Museum Project to help fund improvements and maintenance, and generally smooth out a lot of the rough edges. Stage 33 Live is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, and all donations are deductible to the fullest extent. Volunteers run the thing from stem to stern.