16th annual Domino Toppling Extravaganza returns to Brattleboro Museum & Art Center (BMAC) on Sunday, October 8, at 5:30 p.m.
Shine Sessions Brattleboro is super excited to announce our next show:
Jason Scaggs and Pete Bernhard! Each will do a set.
Jason Scaggs’ music began in the heart of Appalachia, his home state of Virginia, and that mountain sensibility shines through his music to this day. The twang of his guitar, much more assertive in his Jatoba days, has since been tempered with the addition of effects, looping, an indie flavor if you will, while staying rooted in his Americana roots. The pleasing result is a modern, full sound which belies it coming from one person.
Pete Bernhard is the singer and main songwriter for the band The Devil Makes Three and has been touring the US, Canada and Europe for nearly 18 years. He hails from a small community in southern Vermont and a family of musicians. His father was a singer and songwriter, his brother attended Berklee School of Music, and his aunt was a local folk musician. Immersed in music at a young age, he was drawn to older, traditional fingerpicking blues and folk music.
In 2001, Pete headed to Washington State, where he formed a duo with a childhood friend Cooper McBean and began touring the west coast. When they broke down in Santa Cruz, California, they stayed with a fellow Vermonter Lucia Turino who was attending college at the University Of Santa Cruz and the band– The Devil Makes Three was born. Pete has three solo records released on his own label Kahn Records.
WHEN: Sunday, August 20, doors at 6pm, show at 7pm.
WHERE: Nash and Leda’s backyard at 78 Chestnut Hill in Brattleboro, VT (rain location indoors at another location TBD)
Park in our semicircular driveway or anywhere along the side of the reservoir.
Tickets $25 (proceeds always go to the artists).
We will only confirm tickets with payment. We expect to sell out quickly.
PayPal to Leda Scheintaub (email@example.com)
Venmo to @Leda-Scheintaub