The Music Box in Craftsbury!

Come on over and have fun at this community concert series! Thank you all!

Rik and Randy on Sat. September 22, 2018 at 8 PM

An evening of Celtic, American, blues and root music from highly skilled musicians!


Barron & Bulpin have a musical partnership of many years’ standing. Newfoundlander Rik Barron, ex-Mountie and now a resident of Woodbury, is a master of the guitar, mandolin and banjo and a founding member of The Fousty Toutons, Newfoundland’s most famous folkabilly band. His collaboration with bass and guitar virtuoso Chili Taylor has earned three Canadian Folk Music Award nominations and two East Coast Music Award wins. Through his long relationship with banjo icon and innovator Tony Ellis, Rik has forged a unique instrumental style combining the elements of Celtic, Maritime and American music.  He is a three-time East Coast Music award winner, a three-time Canadian Folk Music award nominee and a two-time Indie nominee. For information about Rik’s many CDs, go to




Randy Bulpin, born in England, raised in Australia, plays both acoustic and electric guitars, specializes in slide and dobro, and has extensive experience as a professional touring and recording musician, while also achieving success as a songwriter and producer. Randy has shared the stage and studio with many international stars including, Kris Kristofferson and Rita Coolidge, John Prine, Ricky Nelson, Joe Cocker, Bo Diddley and Stefan Grappelli. He plays both acoustic and electric guitars, specializes in slide and dobro.


Bulpin and his wife, violinist and vocalist Leslie Campos, formed a duo known as Laslo Cameo  a unique blend of world cultures. the duo issued their first CD, “Second Avenue Highway” in 2007. Leslie Campos (vocals, violin, and acoustic guitar) moved to Vermont from New York City where she had a successful career playing violin in a variety of bands including an all girl bluegrass/ country act called the Bushmills, and the Scott McClatchy Band, with consistent CD sales in European markets. She has also performed in off Broadway shows both as solo artist and an orchestral member. An asset for Leslie in the past has been that violin skills include a wide variety of styles from conventional classical to jazz, bluegrass, rock and country. Find out more at



Great Music in a friendly setting with your neighbors and friends!  Suggested donation at the door $10.