WELCOME TO MOUNTAIN FOLK

All Shows Are At The Tunbridge Town Hall
 7:00 Doors, 7:30 Start

Advance Tickets Available At
South Royalton Market, & Online

Season Passes Available

MOUNTAIN FOLK PRESENTS

YARN

Yarn

 THURSDAY MARCH 12th 7:30
Location Update: Seven Stars Center, Sharon VT

$15 ADVANCED, $20 AT THE DOOR

Since their start in 2007, Yarn’s original Americana sound has developed into music that seekers of the unique see as the soundtrack to their lives. Yarn’s albums were recognized by the AMA’s and R&R radio charts, spending time in the top 5 at their highest point. Yarn has become one of the hardest-working and harder-touring bands for this generation’s digital natives and new music folllowers.

2013 brings this grammy-nominated roots band into the music revolution, inspired by today’s music devotee’s hunger for artists to believe in and follow, they are giving it to the fans everyday in everyway possible. Yarn’s devotion to their fans is realized in online and social sharing of their music, whether it’s daily video posts, premiering fresh songs on local radio, or performing live in small town venues across the country. They are bringing songs to American music lovers, and the music lovers are responding.

Yarn is led by singer/songwriter, Blake Christiana, who carries the torch for the fan-following that will transport Yarn into the promised land. “Our fans are like family. We are so grateful to people that love music and will help support us in creating it. It’s just remarkable,” Christiana says. “That’s half of my love of the road; we’ve got what feels like family in tons of cities across America.”

Yarn’s devoted “family” has them following in the fine tradition of The Grateful Dead and Widespread Panic, whose fans will go to any length to see them live, and this year Yarn’s fans will see them plenty. Their rigorous tour schedule has them out on the road for more than 170 dates per year since 2007 and they are not slowing down.




DUE TO ILLNESS THE HOLMES BROTHERS
HAVE CANCELED THEIR TOUR.

MOUNTAIN FOLK PRESENTS

BROOKS WILLIAMS

Brooks Williams

 SUNDAY APRIL 19TH 7:30

$15 ADVANCED, $20 AT THE DOOR

“I’ve known Brooks for many years. He’s a lovely player, a lovely singer, and a great writer and a lovely man. The real thing” Martin Simpson

“Pan-Americana Roots ‘n Blues, doused in Moonshine alt-Billy and delicious Dixie” Net Rhythms

Ranked in the Top 100 Acoustic Guitarists, Brooks Williams is one of the most versatile and entertaining performers on the acoustic roots music scene today. From Statesboro Georgia USA, he is a proverbial triple threat: a fiery guitarist, a smooth-as-silk vocalist, and stunning songwriter. In February 2014 he was nominated best male vocalist by the UK’s folk roots mavens, Spiral Earth.

Genre Defying Guitarist Singer Songwriter

Brooks Williams is a genre defying guitarist singer songwriter. It’s roots. It’s acoustic. He walks the line between blues and Americana, but there’s a bit of jazz and rockabilly thrown in for good measure. Imagine Doc Watson, Willie Nelson, Lonnie Johnson and Blind Boy Fuller sitting in a bar having a jam – and you’re just about there!

He’s he proverbial triple threat: playing a fiery guitar, commanding a rich and silky voice, and writing hook-laden songs. He is one of the most diverse and entertaining performers on the acoustic roots music scene and is ranked one of the world’s Top 100 Acoustic Guitarists.

The San Antonio Light says that Williams is a “fret monster who has to be seen to be believed!” For 25 years he has been wowing audiences worldwide, every night delivering the deepest and most intense interpretations of everything from early blues to inventive covers to his own recent original compositions. Dirty Linen calls him one of “America’s musical treasures.”




 

 

MOUNTAIN FOLK PRESENTS

The Cousins Project:
Kristina Stykos, Steve Mayone and Friends

A Benefit for WFVR-LP,
Royalton Community Radio

SATURDAY MAY 9TH

$15 ADVANCED, $25 AT THE DOOR

WFVR-LP, Royalton Community Radio (RCR) is an independent, community-based, all volunteer, non-profit station—based in South Royalton, Vermont—which intends to educate and entertain our audience with diverse, thought provoking local programming that has been neglected or under-represented by other media. In particular, RCR’s programming reflects the values of environmental/agricultural sustainability, freedom of expression, grassroots democracy and the uniqueness of our creative, cultural community.