Vermont Joy Parade

The Vermont Joy Parade is a six piece ensemble, playing a fervent and eclectic blend of Americana, indie-rock, country blues, dixieland, Cajun, jug, and Klezmer. Their alchemical blend of alternately rambunctious and soulful tunes has been received with enthusiasm all over America and Europe.

Since 2008, they've toured nationally on their waste vegetable oil powered buses and conducted two buzz worthy tours of Central Europe with a documentary film maker. Some of their notable performances include Bonnaroo Music Festival, Brooklyn's notorious Danger Parties, Discover Jazz Festival, and Frankfurt's famous Festhalle Arena. During their 2013 summer tour the Joy Parade were featured on NPR's Radio Boston and USA Today, establishing themselves as one of the most exciting spectacles on the Northeast touring circuit.

The Burlington Bread Boys

The Burlington Bread Boys are up-and-comers in the old-time scene in the northeast. They are known for inciting raucous, sweaty dance parties everywhere they go, making people move with their mix of old-time, ragtime, riverboat soul, and gospel. They call their sound "sweaty-tonk" or "kazoo-core" and it is full with their mix of catchy hooks, raunchy lyrics, screeching kazoos, vocals that are at once grinding and sweet, static and melodic, and, always, the thunderous stomping of feet. Their instruments are battered, their sound aggressive, and they will tear you apart, but you'll love it when they do. This spring they released their first album, the self-titled "The Burlington Bread Boys", which can be purchased or listened to at:

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