St Patrick's Day celebration with Jim Rooney, Colin McCaffrey, Patti Casey, Geordie Lynd and Footworks!! Friday, March 15th
Patti Casey is a native Vermonter. She has been called ”...the voice of Vermont contemporary music” by the Times Argus/Rutland Herald, with a voice that’s strong and sweet, a catalog of timeless songs, and a history of penning classics that have found their way into the folk music world across the United States, Geordie Lynd plays Irish music on the fiddle in a style influenced by recordings of the Clare masters and by the uileann piping tradition. He and his family have a small dairy farm in South Walden, Vermont.
Inspired by the high-energy Gaelic music of Cape Breton Island, Footworks is a Vermont-based instrumental band. With Jacob Brillhart on fiddle, Jon Brillhart on whistle, and Tory Heft on guitar, Footworks provides a rich and balanced sound that is bound to get your feet tapping and your hands clapping.
Colin McCaffrey, Vermont producer and award- winning songwriter has become a regional “one-stop-shop” for high quality audio production, as well as heading up long time Vermont favorite band The Stone Cold Roosters and winning various song competitions including the prestigious Chris Austin Songwriting Contest.
Grammy winning producer Jim Rooney is best known for his work with Nanci Griffith, John Prine, Iris DeMent, and Hal Ketchum, to name a few. For over 50 years Jim partnered with the legendary banjo player Bill Keith, recording several landmark recordings together.
SEVEN STARS ARTS CENTER 5126 VT RT. 14 (mailing address PO Box 216) Sharon, VT 05065 email@example.com 802-763-2334
WE ARE CLOSER THAN YOU MIGHT THINK
We are located off Hwy 89 at Exit 2. Turn west onto Rte 132 toward Sharon/South Royalton, then turn right onto Rte 14. GET DIRECTIONS
Seven Stars is the tall white building with the bright yellow doors, a short ways up on the right. The building is wheel chair accessible. Park in the back and enter through the lower level.