Monthly Archives: June 2012

Artbits – June 28, 2012

The Summer of Music is officially busy with a baker’s dozen concerts in 11 venues plus a musical. Summer Sounds kicks off at Bay Day with Dark Horse playing into the fireworks. Neon Spoon plus Gary Dulabaum and Rik Barron play Bay Day afternoon. 40th Army Band, 8084, Cinderella Kids, Meg At Cosmic, the Michele Fay Band, Tedd Fish, Justice, Missisquoi River Band, the Swing Peepers, plus Tim Zimmerman and the King’s Brass all on stage. Jim Foote’s painting, Fishing Below the Falls for $5. Continue reading

Posted in Art & Exhibitions, ArtBits, Benefit Events, Big Music Weeks, Books, Festivals, Music, Theater | 1 Comment

Artbits – June 21, 2012

“We’re heading into the busy stretch!” The Summer of Music is getting underway with a big weekend coming up and Summer Sounds right around the corner. The Franklin County Relay for Life, Carol Ann Jones and Will Patton to be filmed, Justice, Nobby Reed, Dogs for Diamonds and Starline Rhythm Boys, Christopher McBride, Michele Choiniere, and Gary Dulabaum. The Franklin County Bookshelf is eminently readable. Continue reading

Posted in Benefit Events, Books, Calendar, Music, Summer Sounds | 1 Comment

Artbits – June 14, 2012

A Celebration of Expressive Arts in Montgomery, a Cosmic Angie H. Sturm and a Digital Art Show on the walls, Substation 7, the Nobby Reed Project, and the Will Patton Sextet in the halls, and Pudd’nhead Wilson in The Petrified Forest. Continue reading

Posted in Art & Exhibitions, Books, Festivals, Film, Music | 1 Comment

Artbits – June 7, 2012

Meta Strick, Tinka Theresa Martell, and Jill Snapp, Wayne Tarr, Franklin Tiralla, and Andy Wooten, Michael Celentano, and 20 foldable Adirondack chairs all on display. The Nobby Reed Project, Discover Jazz, Will Patton Quintet, Shape Note Singing, a Farmers and Artisans Market, Singer/Songwriter Night, Music to Dine By, Open Mic Nights, and Open Comedy Nights. Plus news from the VYO. Continue reading

Posted in Art & Exhibitions, ArtBits, Music, Workshops | 1 Comment