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2018 Summer Evenings with Vermont Treasures

ALL SHOWS located at:

The Meeting House

53 School Street

East Fairfield, Vermont.


ALL SHOWS start at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted.

Doors - 6:30 p.m.

TICKETS: $25 pay at the door, reserve yours early as this will be a sold out show! 802-827-6626.


Lite fare, beverages, desserts, 2018 t-shirts and aprons available throughout the evening. 

Darren Hanlon


welcome back to town!

Saturday, Sept. 15th, 7-9 p.m.

To reserve your tickets, call: 802-827-6626.


We highly recommend reserving your ticket(s) early, as this show is bound to sell out. 

Joining Michael tonight will be Australian folk singer DARREN HANLON. 

After years of touring the far flung corners of Australia and the greater world, Darren Hanlon has carved a sacred place in the hearts of many who cross his path through his idiosyncratic folk songs as well as his candid and charming storytelling.


With five acclaimed albums and many radio singles under his belt he is currently touring his latest release 'Where Did You Come From?' which sprung from an epic adventure in the American south. Songs were recorded in New Orleans, Memphis, Muscle Shoals, Nashville and Clarksdale, with an array of musicians he met along the way, from legend instrumentalists of popular music Spooner Oldham (Neil Young, Bob Dylan etc), David Hood (Aretha Franklin etc), Howard Grimes (Al Green) to talented unknown buskers and street musicians he just stumbled upon. 


Throughout the years he's been invited on tour by many other great artists who've discovered his music: Billy Bragg, the Magnetic Fields, the Violent Femmes and Courtney Barnett. In fact Courtney Barnett has often cited him as a major influence on her writing and inspiration for her becoming a singer. In Australia his annual Christmas tour, now in its 14th year, has become something of an institution for his fans. 


ON THE GREEN ~ E. Fairfield, Vermont

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