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Joe Milliken
Nov 29 2016 - 8:25am

BERLIN, GERMANY - The modern prog-rock trio, Stick Men, featuring Tony Levin on Chapman Stick and vocals, Pat Mastelotto on acoustic/electronic drums and percussion and Markus Reuter on U8 and AU8 Touch Guitars and vocals, have released their fifth studio effort, titled Prog Noir, on the Iapetus Media music label.

Kyle Branche
Nov 15 2016 - 8:36pm

The triple-threat of guitarist, singer-songwriter, Les Dudek, has led a musician's life in a way that has mastered the art of under-the-radar and off-the-grid, all the while still putting out new music whenever he feels like it. A privilege earned by many, but only sacrificed by few.

I first heard of him in the late 70's when I was working in the old classic record stores of the day, an entire decade before the compact disc entered the market as a new listening format. Whenever we were doing our regular store inventory, I always wondered about him and what his story was... his name alone had such a cool ring to it.

Joe Milliken
Nov 12 2016 - 12:44pm

WILMINGTON VERMONT – Running through December, Bartleby's Books will be showing the work of local artist, Tim Wood, in the upstairs gallery of their book shop, located at 17 West Main Street in Wilmington.

Residing in Southern Vermont, Wood is a self-taught water media artist who's artworks mostly focus on snowy, New England-town landscapes and night scenes, “battered fishing boats of the North Atlantic” and the occasional stunning portrait of a famed musician rendered on mat board.

Joe Milliken
Nov 6 2016 - 9:43pm

PUTNEY, VERMONT - Next Stage Arts Project presents the iconic blues of The Cedric Burnside Project on Saturday, November 12 at 7:30 p.m. at the newly-renovated and accessible venue Next Stage. The Cedric Burnside Project has been hailed as the next generation of Mississippi Hill Country blues and rightfully so, as it is comprised of Cedric Burnside, grandson of renowned blues artist R.L. Burnside and Trenton Ayers, son of renowned blues artist Junior Kimbrough.

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Nov 29 2016 - 8:13pm

CLAREMONT, NEW HAMPSHIRE - Looking for a new holiday tradition? Tired of the same old Nutcracker theme year after year? Make it an annual tradition to bring your friends and family to celebrate the spirit of the season with ...