Last Train to Zinkov Rides the Rails to the Firehouse on Friday April 27
April 27 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
The railroad never got to Tinmouth – one was planned that would have run through the Firehouse – but David Gusakov and his son Nate are bringing us a symbolical train. David is a play-anything musician – Vermont Symphony, jazz two weeks before with Swing Noire, bluegrass, and fiddle and banjo music with his clawhammer banjo expert son Nate. They play with a lively, toe-tapping touch, sing with mournful sensitivity, and exhibit a creative chemistry that can only be born of a lifetime relationship. Their music tells of the beauty and peace of home, of delight and sadness and the wild human emotions inherent in living and dying. American music, with a hint of rural Ukraine, where the Gusakov family village of Zinkov lies.
Concerts are on Friday nights at 7:30 PM in Tinmouth village (Except Jenni Johnson is on Saturday May 12). Doors open at 7 PM. The Old Firehouse is on Mountain View Road just a couple of hundred feet south of the intersection with Vermont 140. Suggested donation of $10 to $15; 90% to the musicians; 10% to the Town. Local groups provide refreshments. Your donations support their activities.
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