Come on over and have fun at this community concert series! Thank you all!
The trio includes Richard Ruane, a skillful player of guitar, banjo, mandolin and ukulele and a fine songwriter. Beth Duquette adds percussion, her lovely voice and brilliant harmonies. Mitch Barron keeps the beat going with his agile bass playing on upright and electric bass. Their music is warm, insightful, sometimes funny and always entertaining.
Their repertoire includes traditional folk songs, and Ruane’s original songs which have good melodies, with heartfelt lyrics. They all harmonize well vocally, with the contrasting male/female vocals giving a special nuance.
Richard and Beth perform as a duo and, as the trio known at Bread & Bones which adds bass player Mitch Barron to the mix. Richard plays guitar, banjo, mandolin and ukulele and pens most of their repertoire. The duo just released their newest recording: Notch Road. The songs evoke the landscape of Vermont and have the tenor of old ballads but can also go into some quirky fun. Richard and Beth have had a long history of performing together and their voices harmonize seamlessly.
Much more can be found out about them at: https://www.ruaneduquette.com/
Suggested donation at the door: $10, kids under 16 free!
For more info call 802-586-7533 or www.themusicboxcraftsbury.org
You can always BYOB. Light refreshments by donation.
Hope you can come!