Appearing Live and in Person:

JERICHO CAFE & TAVERN ("JCaT")
Fri, Oct 20th 7:00pm
JERICHO CAFE & TAVERN ("JCaT")
30 VT Rte 15 (Jericho Rd), Jericho, VT 05465
(802) 899-2223
http://www.jerichocafeandtavern.com
Price: $ No Covder

Finally...us Boys back to one of our favorite rooms...the great Jericho Cafe & Tavern, aka "JCaT". We love playin' this venue an' hope for a real good turnout, as we've always had that there. Great food, great bar, great staff an' a great band for y'all!

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VT Bluegrass Pioneers
Fri, Oct 27th 7:30pm
Whammy Bar (Maple Corner Store)
31 West County Rd, Calais, VT 05648
(802) 229-4329
http://www.whammybar.com
Price: $ Donation

Starboy Danny C with his "side project" bluegrass group, The VT Bluegrass Pioneers, out at the Whammy Bar in the rear of the Maple Corner (VT) store and they'll have Sam Blagden (the second bass player with the former Banjo Dan & the Mid-Nite Plowboys band) on bass. Check it out!

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Sweet William and Sugar Cone
Sat, Oct 28th 4:00pm
RED SQUARE
136 Church St, Burlington, VT 05401
(802) 859-8909
http://www.redsquarevt.com
Price: $ No Cover

Our boy, Billy B as "Sweet William" teams up with his piano playin' buddy, Don "Sugar Cone" Rose, for some Happy Hour old-time 20's - 30's music. Billy finger-pickin' the guitar. Check 'em out!

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OPEN DATE
Fri, Nov 3rd 12:00am

Open Date we'd like to book. Call: (802) 223-5327 or email: starlinerhythmboys@yahoo.com

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OPEN DATE
Sat, Nov 4th 12:00am

A follow-up Open Date we'd like to book. If interested, call: (802) 223-5327 or email: starlinerhythmboys@yahoo.com

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The VT BLUEGRASS PIONEERS
Sun, Nov 5th 2:00pm
Chandler Music Hall
71-73 Main St, Randolph, VT 05060
(802) 728-9878
http://www.chandler-arts.org
Price: $23/25

Once again, Danny C with the VT Bluegrass Pioneers opening up for the bluegrass award-winning GIBSON BROTHERS at wonderful Chandler Music Hall in Randolph. Early Sunday concert, starts at 2pm. The Gibsons, who originally hail from a huge family farm in Ellenburg Depot, NY, went from a good regional bluegrass band (and they worked some in VT) to become a nationally and internationally recognized and awarded band. These guys are MAJOR in the bluegrass field. Check out their website. This will be a great show!

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