The Rock Farmer Roadshow is an acoustic series created by Patrick Ross to feature some of the best acoustic performances in the nation in an ideal setting.

July 9 – Buy Tickets

 

Mollie O’Brien & Rich Moore

Newbury, VT – W. Newbury Hall, 219 Tyler Farm Rd. – July 9 2017 – 3pm

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“Heartfelt intelligence and unselfconsciously sophisticated.”
-Rolling Stone

Mollie O’Brien & Rich Moore 

Mollie O’Brien and her husband, guitarist Rich Moore, have for nearly 30 years quietly made it their mission to find, mine and reinvent other artists’ songs. They are geniuses at the craft of interpretation in the way that great singers, since the beginning of popular American music, have made the songs of their era their own. As songwriters they add their own tunes to the canon of American roots music they inhabit and show us they’re completely at home with their musical selves. Their stage presence exudes a kind of comfort that comes from an intimate understanding of the music and each other. The resulting dynamic creates meandering melodies with harmonies between voice and guitar that build up and break down with punctuated resolves. This will be a rare opportunity to see a singer of such caliber perform in an acoustic setting such as West Newbury Hall.

 

July 30 – Buy Tickets

 

 Cold Chocolate Trio

Newbury, VT – W. Newbury Hall, 219 Tyler Farm Rd. – July 30 2017 – 3pm

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Cold Chocolate

A unique and natural form of original Americana that shuffles together Folk, Funk and Bluegrass with styled percussion by drummer Ariel Bernstein. The modern lyricism complements the musicianship of Kirsten Lamb (upright bass) and Ethan Robbins (guitar) adding a final touch that codifies the sound as their own.

“The band’s approach is decidedly modern, with as much an influence from folk and swing as from hard driving bluegrass. Song topics also more reflect the urban environment in which they live than the country or rural themes that dominate so much bluegrass from southeastern artists.”

John Lawless

BluegrassToday

“They sound softer than the dew on the mountainside, harder than a Harley pushing back red dust, sweeter than true love.”

Simon Waxman

The Boston Review

August 13 – Buy Tickets

Frank Young Gypsy Jazz

August 13 2017 – 3pm

Newbury, VT – W. Newbury Hall, 219 Tyler Farm Rd.

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Frank Young – Gypsy Jazz

The man is an absolute guitar wizard! In the tradition of Django Rienhardt, Frank Young of Quebec dazzles audiences with velocity and precision as he wills complex arrangements out of his instrument. As if that is not enough, he will be accompanied by Gypsy Jazz masters Denis Chang and Will Dickerson.

Contact

For Booking and Advertising information contact:

Shaun Machia

Production Coordinator

Rock Farmer Records

802 866-3309

shaun@rockfarmerrecords.com