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MUDDY MUSIC
AT NOON

We have a great lineup for "Muddy Music" at 12:30 p.m.!

Each day during ECHO Earth Weeks' MudFest features a different artist performing Muddy Music at 12:30 p.m.  Plus, we'll have free muddy treats for the kids to enjoy while listening. You can read more about each of the performers below.


PossumHaw
Saturday, April 20

Creating dynamic, original, authentic bluegrass and folk music, this award-winning Burlington band is known for its evocative songwriting, top-notch bluegrass instrumentation and superb vocals. PossumHaw’s performances are pure toe-tapping, hand-clapping fun.


The Re-Bops
Sunday, April 21

Vermont’s own Re-Bop Records has been a top name in the field of family entertainment for more than two decades. Join The Re-Bops for a performance featuring catchy original tunes from their award-winning catalog, along with other fun favorites for kids of all ages. Come Re-Bop ‘til you drop!


Atom Planet
Monday, April 22

From accordion to upright bass, Jay and Bob never met an instrument they didn’t want to figure out. In the process, they started putting their own eclectic spin on cover songs and creating zesty originals. Libby adds the dynamic vocals to their acoustic world soul pop sound, and a little kazoo, too!


A2VT
Tuesday, April 23

From Africa to Vermont, the three young guys of A2VT write songs, rap and sing about leaving their home countries and their life now in the Green Mountains. Their first album, “Africa, Vermont,” made possible by a grant from the Vermont Community Foundation, mixes five languages and an eclectic blend of styles for a refreshing world music sound.


Colin McCaffrey
Wednesday, April 24

Whether performing solo, harmonizing with other singer-songwriters, or rocking the henhouse with the Stone Cold Roosters, Colin McCaffrey’s shows are always warm and welcoming. His music is rooted in traditional folk and American forms, and his talent as a session musician, engineer and producer can be heard on much of the best music coming out of Vermont.


Aaron Flinn
Thursday, April 25

Combining elements of folk, indie rock, and classic pop with powerful vocals and finger-picking guitar, the music of Aaron Flinn makes a definite impact. Experience a soulful performance of personalized cover songs and select originals from his seven full-length releases.


Robert Resnik and Megan Butterfield
Friday, April 26

Sing-along fun for the entire family! Robert and Megan are long-time staff members at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington and both love to make music. They were featured on the library’s fourth sing-along CD, “Ooples and Banoonoos.”


Jon Gailmor
Saturday, April 27

Jon has been a Vermont institution since 1971, recording, touring, and serenading audiences of all ages. His songwriting workshops and residencies, as well as his six solo recordings, continue to influence and inspire new generations of up-and-coming musicians.

Citizen Science Day
Sunday, April 28

All the muddy madness will be put away in time for Sunday's day-long focus on Citizen Science! This day will be filled with activities and discoveries on how ordinary citizens can measure, document and share observations they make in their environment covering animals, plants, insects and weather!

     

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