Vermont

Whiskey Shivers w/Billy Strings

Sept. 25/SOUTH BURLINGTON – 8 p.m. at the Showcase Lounge. With their new album “Some Part of Something.” “Austin’s Whiskey Shivers are bluegrass-fueled Americana for a generation that grew up listening to punk rock. This group of 20somethings plays banjos, fiddles and washboards at breakneck speeds while singing high, lonesome harmonies about love and video games. The full lineup now consists of Bobby Fitzgerald (vocals, fiddle) from Dundee, NY, Andrew VanVoorhees (bass, vocals) from Prineville, OR, Joe Deuce (washboards) from Vider, TX, Jeff “Horti” Hortillosa (vocals, guitar) from Middlesboro, KY, and James Bookert (banjo) from Georgetown, TX. Tickets are $13 in advance and $15 the day of the show. >MORE

Joe Iconis and Family

Oct 1- 8/WESTON – 8 p.m. nightly at the new Weston Playhouse at Walker Farm,703 Main Street. (Wednesday & Saturday matinees at 4 p.m.) Writer and rabble-rouser Joe Iconis brings his merry band of musical theater punks back to Weston to open the new state-of-the-art Weston Playhouse at Walker Farm. Joe Iconis and Family will perform some of the hottest work in musical theatre in this new, versatile space during Vermont’s peak foliage week! Dubbed “The future of Musical Theater” by the New York Times, composer, lyricist, bookwriter, and performer Joe Iconis’ music has been heard on NBC’s Smash, in top New York clubs like Feinstein’s 54 Below and Joe’s Pub, and in theatres across the country. Audiences will remember Joe and his family of actor/singer/musicians from our 2015 production of Pump Boys and Dinettes and the accompanying Cabaret. Join them for a rousing celebration of Joe’s award-winning songs, a unique mash-up of showtune cabaret and rock and roll jamboree.
Tickets are $40. Call 802-824-5288 for mroe information.