Midd favorites Milk Chocolate along with recent grads The Fatheads and NH rockers Sundown Hollow will be playing the Monkey House in Winooski, just 5 minutes from downtown Burlington and walking distance from UVM’s campus, tonight starting at 8:30. The show will be yet another opportunity to see Midd musicians expanding their fanbases beyond the confines of the college, and get your J-Term groove on with live music and tasty brews. Recent grad, middbeat contributor, and Midd’s favorite concert promoter Mitchell Parrish ’14 writes in with the detes:
Sundown Hollow is the coming together of two musical duos that have both been playing together almost their entire musical careers. Consisting of Al Kermond ( The Drags, The Raw Ramps) playing the electric bass. Harry foster ( The Drags, The Raw Ramps, The Tired Times) playing the electric guitar. Bill Kermond ( The Green Mountain Bandits) on the drums, and Pete Kraus (Something With Strings, The Green Mountain Bandits, Well Strung Bluegrass) on the banjo. Hailing from the Granite state Sundown Hollows true focus is Roots Rock and Roll, drawing inspiration from Americana, Country and soul.
The Fatheads are a party blues band based in Burlington, Vermont. They are a high energy two-guitar & drums trio, influenced by houserockin’ blues legends like Hound Dog Taylor and Lightnin’ Hopkins, and bring the ruckus with ecstatic irreverence. Eric Benepe ‘13.5 and Taylor Bickford ’14’s legs are strong and their bellies are filled with pie.
Middlebury’s preeminent Neo-Soul trio with an untarnished reputation for tight grooves and even tighter vocal harmonies featuring Innocent Tswamuno ’15, Mohan Fitzgerald ‘14.5, and Tito Heiderer ‘14.5.
Doors open at 8pm:
8:30 Milk Chocolate
9:15 The Fatheads
10:15 Sundown Hollow
When: Tonight, 8 PM
Where: The Monkey House in Winooski, VT