February 8th, 2022 7pm Stage 3
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It's no secret that singer/songwriter Deni Bonet can play a violin like nobody's business. She was an original member of NPR’s Mountain Stage Radio. Her musical style ranges from roots-rock to folk pop, which combined with her fun, dynamic and exciting presentation, has earned her four sold-out concerts at Carnegie Hall, a performance at the White House for President Obama, touring with Cyndi Lauper, an Arts Envoy for the US State Dept., and has recorded with R.E.M., Sarah McLachlan, Warren Zevon and many others.
Brett Altman didn’t sing publicly until the age of 20. Just 21 months later, he performed in front of a crowd of 17,000 at Penn State University for a talent competition, which he won. Since that initial performance, “[Brett] has come a long way in a short time”, as described by American Songwriter. He has showcased at Black Bear Music Festival, and was selected as an “up and coming” artist for the Hudson West Folk Festival.
Born and raised in Maine, Eleanor Buckland (1/3 of the folk trio Lula Wiles) comes from a family full of musicians. Her grandmother, Betty Buckland, was prominent in the New England bluegrass scene, while her father, Andy Buckland, played electric guitar in Boston area bands. It’s not surprising then that someone who grew up playing bluegrass fiddle music as well as a healthy dose of Michelle Branch and Sheryl Crow would wind up with varied musical tastes – something Buckland clearly demonstrates on her solo debut You Don’t Have To Know (Soundly, 2021).