Upcoming MountainFolk Concerts!

Please note all concerts are held at the Tunbridge Town Hall and start at 7:30pm with doors opening at 7:00pm

For regular ticket buyers — at the Tunbridge Store, the South Royalton — the ticket prices for most shows will be $15 advance and $20 at the door, and available 2-3 weeks before the corresponding concert. MountainFolk is again offering season tickets for all six concerts priced at $95 individually and a further discounted amount of $180 for a pair of passes. Like last year, these season passes will be deemed transferable in case you can’t make a specific show and would like a friend to go in your place.

If you purchase your tickets online your tickets will be waiting for you at the door when you arrive.

Tracy Grammer

 

Tracy Grammer

 

MountainFolk’s 2014-15 concert series at the Tunbridge Town Hall continues with Tracy Grammar on November 8th. Advance tickets available online below and at the Tunbridge Store and the South Royalton Market.

 

 

 

 

TRACY GRAMMER rose to acclaim as half of the “postmodern, mythic American folk” duo, Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer. From 1998-2001, the duo released three internationally celebrated, folk chart-topping albums featuring Carter’s mytho-poetic Americana songcraft and in 2002, toured with Joan Baez, both as featured artists and Baez’s band members. Called “the new voice of modern folk music,” the duo was clearly in its ascendancy when in July 2002, Carter suffered a fatal heart attack while the duo was on tour. He was 49; Grammer, 34.

Determined to honor the duo’s journey and bring Carter’s songs, and those of other favorite writers, to broader audiences, Grammer has kept to the road, releasing solo albums as well as selections from the Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer archives. Her latest release, LITTLE BLUE EGG, is a collection of intimate recordings from the duo’s home studios. LBE was the #1 most-played album on Folk Radio in 2012, and once again, the duo were the #1 most-played artists for the year.

Grammer has become one of folk music’s most beloved artists. Renowned for her springwater-clear alto, perfectly intoned violin, and guitar playing that is by turns percussive and delicate, Grammer is also a masterful storyteller with an ease and charisma on stage — not to mention a riotous sense of humor — that hardly belie her modest beginnings as Carter’s reclusive accompanist. Stories about the duo’s first meeting, Carter’s quirks and fancies, or Grammer’s own misadventures and missteps are woven thoughtfully into the set list to create a uniquely personal evening that connects audiences to performer, to the Carter/Grammer legacy, and most importantly, to one another. Additionally, Grammer has begun down the songwriter’s path as part of RealWomenRealSongs, and is sharing her fresh, fledgling efforts — and the stories behind them — on her current tour, to the delight of her longtime fans.




The rest of the season:

  • Saturday, January 10th: Kina Zorè
  • Saturday, March ?: Harry Manx
  • Friday, April 3rd: The Holmes Brothers
  • Saturday, May 9th: The Cousins Project: Kristina Stykos, Steve Mayone and Friends) | A Benefit for WFVR-LP, Royalton Community Radio

For further information, email folkbloke@gmail.com or call 802-431-3433.