At 2:00pm on Sunday, January 29th the Strangled Darlings arrive at the Main Library. A uniquely entertaining duo, they have created a brand of swampy, grooving, foot stomping music that stays with you for days. Both Jessica and George Veech display expert songwriting and exquisite musicianship, with edgy beats and flowing melodies. Modern creations of Folk-Pop music mix with Indie-Classical stylings to highlight a new genre that makes a statement. From their banjo-blazing, mandolin-strumming keen sense of lyricism, the duo brings together blues and bluegrass.
Come witness Jessica’s intense vocals, cello and bass paired with George’s rugged vocals, manolin and harmonica. Blending old and new the two make awe-inspiring, captivating, magical music with a modern sound.
Don’t miss this buried treasure!
For more information call Marla at 772-770-5060 x4121.
Presenting Harmony & Hope~just for today. Modern folk duo Friction Farm is bringing both to the Main Library on Thursday, February 2, 2017 at 6pm. Guitarist/vocalist Aidan Quinn & bassist/vocalist Christine Stay combine social commentary & humor to create songs of everyday life, heroes & quirkiness. From ballads to anthems, each song is filled with harmony & hope. Blending country, folk & pop, they bring a rare freshness & spontaneity to the stage. Being avid readers, the duo transforms stories from true tales + fiction into song. Kerrville New Folk Finalists, Falcon Ridge Emerging Artists & South Florida Festival Songwriting Winners are just a few of their many awards received.
They bring charm, energy, sheer talent & outstanding songwriting that is
funny, poignant & spontaneous. Be prepared to share in the fun with audience participation, great music & a uniquely entertaining experience.
HARP & HARMONY Music & Tea Party
Come Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Sweethearts of Shawangunk Nature Preserve located in the Adirondacks!! Harp & Harmony returns to Vero Sunday, February 12, 2017 at 2:00pm for Valentine’s Day festivities with a music mix of many ages. Peggy and Tim Behrendt offer profound, poetic statements on America’s freedom utilizing the harp, keyboard, viola, guitar, percussion & harmonica. They interweave anecdotes ranging from American folk, classical, bluegrass, Celtic and Native American. Their performances are… “delightful, technically polished & amazing;” especially the fun sing-a-longs. Don’t miss this feel-good event! Donations appreciated.