In the past few weeks we’ve seen Blind Boy Paxton tear up the guitar and the piano. Today let’s watch him do the same to the fiddle. Remember the date: October 13, Blind Boy Paxton at The Next Stage Theater.
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Blind Boy Paxton will be appearing at the Next Stage Theater on Friday, October 13. Up until the date of the show, we’ll be posting videos of his amazing talents every Monday. In last week’s video Paxton displayed a wealth of fancy guitar chops. Here he is playing the piano, once again displaying great chops […]
Friday October 13 is a lucky day for Next Stage, as we present the versatile, vastly talented Blind Boy Paxton. A young entertainer in his twenties, Paxton is a virtuoso on guitar, banjo, piano and fiddle, and he fills his shows with classic vaudeville humor and a magician’s sleight of hand. Watching him, one […]
Grammy nominee Duke Robillard called into WKVT’s Green Mountain Mornings radio show today to talk to host Chris Lenois and Lou Erlanger about what can be expected at this Saturday’s May 6 show at The Next Stage Theater. Click on the image below to listen to the audio clip: Shades of Blue
Amy Winehouse recorded “Back To Black” at Daptone Studios in Brooklyn, backed by the Dap Kings. Singer Sharon Jones helped build Daptone Records. This Thursday, April 20, The Next Stage Theater will present the film “Miss Sharon Jones”, the story of Sharon Jones’ late life rise to international fame and her battle with cancer. The […]
Duke Robillard is one of the great guitar players of all time, a Grammy nominee and winner of multiple WC Handy and Blues Music Awards. In addition to founding the seminal Roomful of Blues and leading his own Duke Robillard Band, he has worked with such major artists as Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Robert Gordon, Jay […]
“Shades Of Blue” curator Louis Erlanger discusses the upcoming Nov. 12 Cedric Burnside Project performance with Chris Lenois, host of “Green Mountain Mornings” on WKVT 1490 AM/100.3 FM in Brattleboro, VT. Click on image below to listen.
The Cedric Burnside Project will be playing the Next Stage Theater on Saturday, November 12. (Tickets at http://www.nextstagearts.org). This is the real Mississippi Hill Country Blues updated by two direct descendants of Mississippi Hill Country blues royalty. Drummer/guitarist Cedric Burnside is the grandson of the late great blues singer/guitarist R.L. Burnside, and spent his early […]