Homegrown Television: Episode 1

We’ve been rummaging around in the archives of the website this week and came across this gem of a Homegrown TV episode from 2008 featuring the very talented Jeremiah McClane. You can catch Jeremiah on December 14th 7:00 to 9:00 pm at New City Galerie in Burlington with Tim Cummings performing original and traditional dance tunes and carols from Europe, the British Isles, and North America.

Episode 1 – Jeremiah McClane and Nightingale

In this episode, Dave and Effie Cummings interview Vermont musician Jeremiah McLane, accordion and keyboard player for Nightingale. The show features live performance footage of Nightingale at the Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

Tupelo Music Hall WRJ hosts 1st Open Mic

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Matt Protas performs at Tupelo Music Hall Open Mic

More than 25 musicians and friends made history February 7 at Tupelo Music Hall’s 1st Open Mic in White River Junction. Musicianship was at a high level and the Tupelo Sound Stage turned out to be everything that we imagined — and more. Special thanks to Doug Phoenix and Zach for their expertise and assistance setting up the stage for each of the 16 acts including Rob Oxford, Ed Germon, Lucky Silva, Tony Mason, Senayit, Dale Reynolds, John Cucchi, Gary Skillings, Gary Hutchins, Mike Gareau, Timothy Gurshin, Greg Gage, Carl & Carolyn Beverly, Katheryne Kyst Sharp, Walker Gardiner, Dwayne Benjamin, and Matt Protas. The Open Mics will happen the 1st Thursday of each month and are hosted by Dave Clark of Yellow House Media. Open Mic registration begins at 6pm. First come – first serve. Limit two songs per performer. Admission $5 Music starts at 7pm. At 8:30 a featured band will perform a 30 minute set.

The next Tupelo Open Mic will be Thursday March 7 featuring Still More Cats. Rob Oxford will fill in as a host for Dave Clark for the March 7 Open Mic.

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