2022 River Road Concert Series
Thursdays 6-7:30 pm through August at the Sherburne Memorial Library, 2998 River Road, Killington VT
Free live music! Bring a picnic, lawn chairs, friends & family! (if weather is questionable, an announcement will be posted on Facebook by 3 PM)
The River Road Concert series is an outdoor Killington town summer tradition. There will be no special outdoor COVID restrictions unless otherwise required by the Vermont Forward Plan.
Our community is enriched by the musical talent of the River Road Concert Series. The bands this year include: TBA
Concert series dates: Moose Crossing (7/7), Twangtown Paramours (7/14), Chad Hollister Band (7/21), John Lackard Blues Band (7/28), KeruBo (8/4), Shananagans (8/11), Gypsy Reel (8/18), The Patrick Ross Band (8/25).
The following bands are listed below
Moose Crossing Trio brings jazz to Killington. This band of misfit jazz musicians take the stage with class and energy providing classic, and contemporary jazz music to any occasion.
John Lackard Blues Band: A sound and style that could easily have come from Memphis or Chicago. Not just another trip on the “Blues Bandwagon” that is ever so popular today. This is the real thing.
Chad Hollister Band. Chad Hollister Band hails from Vermont. They have been evolving and touring the country for over 20 years. His music is a voice for the Positive and reminds you that life is truly a gift as is the ability to share it through music.
The Twangtown Paramours are an award-winning husband and wife duo from Nashville. Their music is a blend of Nashville and Austin influences and has been called “Sophisticated Americana”. Some of their tunes are poetic, but many are just a whole lot of fun.
The Shananagans: Tom Kennedy and Joe Zajac hail from Freetown, Massachusetts and have been playing music together for 30 years. Their music encompasses several different musical styles including Irish and American folk, bluegrass, country, and old-time rock and roll. Those various musical influences are reflected in the instruments they play: guitar, banjo, mandolin, pennywhistle, and harmonica. Their excellent musicianship, great vocals, and a healthy dose of irreverent humor – all make for a performance that’s musically rewarding and a lot of fun.
The Patrick Ross Band brings music ranging from fiddle, guitars, mandolin, banjo, and cello. The leader of the group, Ross, comes from a family of fiddle players as being seen as a 5th generation fifth player.
KeruBo, a Vermont based singer & songwriter born in Kendu Bay, Kenya, brings traditional African music to gospel, blues, and Afro-Jazz.
Gypsy Reel, bringing up-lifting stirring music influenced from multiple continents.