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11 August 2019 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm Highgate Municipal Park
Drummac Septic Service continues the 29th year of Summer Sounds concerts at home in Highgate with Anderson Gram on Sunday at 7 p.m. Members of the Summer Sounds Young Stars will showcase a few numbers during the concert.
Gayle Anderson and Bob Gram play an easy-going blend of folk, country, and bluegrass, often originals that paint pictures of everyday life. She has a fine contralto folk voice, often called “a little bit sweet” and usually takes the lead. He brings the strong baritone harmonies as well as lead vocals. They have played together since they met at an open mic 25 years ago. He (sometimes) tells better jokes than Dick does. They have played Summer Sounds, Bethlehem Musikfest, Cambridge Center For the Arts, San Francisco Folk Festival, Seafest of Nova Scotia, Sonoma Songwriters Showcase, and many more.
The Summer Sounds concerts are sponsored by the Town of Highgate and the All Arts Council, and underwritten by Chevalier Drilling, Desorcie’s Market, Drummac Septic Service, La Quinta Inn & Suites-St Albans, O. C. McCuin & Sons, and Ray’s Extrusion Dies Tubing. The community based All Arts Council brings the performing arts to northwestern Vermont. The concerts are always on Sunday evenings at 7 p.m., always in a town park, and always free. Bring a blanket or a lawn chair as you settle in to enjoy outdoor family music and festivities. The rain site is the Highgate Methodist Church.
Free and open to the public!