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Saturday July 28 04:15PM - 05:30PM
Patti Casey & The Wicked Fine Players City Hall Park Stage
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04:15PM-05:30PM: Patti Casey & The Wicked Fine Players

 

Bodacious vocals and smokin’ instrumentals beating with the heart of Vermont’s Green Mountains

After many years touring nationally with Woods Tea Co, Patti Casey has reunited with longtime musical collaborator Colin McCaffrey and former Bluegrass Gospel Project bandmates Steve Light and Kirk Lord. This highly anticipated reunion is the perfect frame for Patti, allowing for a little more blue in the bluegrass, a little more swing, and a whole lot of fun. Count on hearing the stuff you know and love and some new ones too — Colin’s beautiful fiddle and killer vocal harmonies, Kirk’s spot-on, low-key, rock-solid acoustic bass, Steve’s award-winning banjo and dobro, and of course, Patti’s voice and songs, which have not only won many national awards, but many hearts as well.

A show you will not want to miss!

 

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Cost: Free to all

Website:   www.patticasey.com 

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