The Annual Castleton Concert on the Green summer concert series opens up the season this coming Tuesday, June 2, with an exciting, new performance to the Castleton scene. The Michele Fay Band hails from Ripton which has often been billed as the traditional folk and bluegrass hub of Vermont. This is Michele's and her partners debut in Castleton.
Michele is known for her exceptional song writing, accompanied with highly capable musical gifts. She has a truly lovely voice, and also plays the acoustic guitar and banjo. Her husband, Tim Price, adds much to the band's makeup, with his excellent embellishment on acoustic guitar, mandolin, electric guitar and vocals. The band is complimented with Lausanne Allen. The fourth member of the band is Andrew Munkres.
The Michele Fay Band promises an evening of relaxing music, soulful stories, feet-stomping fiddle playing, and a mix of traditional folk, swing and bluegrass-influenced music with rich female harmonies.
This is an exciting concert opener for the thirteenth season; the date is Tuesday, June 2, and the location is the green in Castleton next to the Castleton Federated Church. Starting time is 7 p.m., rain or shine. Rain site is the Castleton Federated Church.
For further information, please contact 71-2911. The Tribune will publish the complete concert schedule in an upcoming issue.