Bristol Baptist Church Schedule

Jump to schedule for Holley Hall or Walkover Gallery

5:00 pm
Cut, Split, & Delivered

 Cut, Split & Delivered (Mike Dever, David Brynn, & Jeremy Perfect), are old friends of 30 plus years, who sing sea shanties, songs of the seasons and some old favorites. They are widely known for their rich harmonies and good humor. This is a rare opportunity to witness this fine group in such a small venue.  Their last gig was in front of 36 thousand people at Fenway Park!

6:00 pm
Too Tall String Band

Performer website: http://tootallstringband.bizhosting.com

 Celtic, Americana, Bluegrass, originals & even some Country! Bruce Lawson, Rod Driscoll & Hap Wheeler are celebrating 33 years of entertaining audiences and are looking forward to another year of humor and music in 2018. There’s something for every taste as Too Tall shows its versatility and wide musical influences by doing everything from Celtic songs and fiddle tunes to traditional Adirondack tunes & stories to “roots” country music and even a little bluegrass.

7:00 pm
Greg Ryan

Performer website: https://gregryan.us/greg-ryan–3

An accomplished multi-instrumentalist, Greg performed for years before forming the modern gypsy jazz group They Might Be Gypsies with his son Aidan. Their two recordings received rave reviews, with their debut album winning the Vermont Times Argus’ Instrumental Album of the Year. In addition to playing with They Might Be Gypsies, Greg performs in a duo with Rani Arbo of the American roots band Rani Arbo & Daisy MayhemHe has recently been building and playing ‘Gourdtars,’ an instrument of his own design, something of a cross between an old-time banjo and a Turkish oud.  Greg performs everything from Americana to ‘improvisational gourd funk’

8:00 pm
The Insiders

The Insiders are Todd Sagar on violin and dobro, Andrew Albright on Double Bass and John Penoyar, lead vocals, guitar and ukulele. They are a mostly acoustic trio that performs familiar country, rock, jazz and folk music from the middle part of the 20th Century.

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