BRISTOL — The band Old Bones will perform on Saturday, Sept. 12, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on the Bristol town green for their 12th and final annual Country and Gospel music concert to benefit Village2Village Project’s orphans, needy children and their caretakers in Uganda. Due to COVID-19 there is an even greater need than previous years.
Old Bones has raised thousands of dollars over the years for Village2Village Project, a charity born in the local First Baptist Church of Bristol. V2VProject now supports more than 134 orphaned and needy children and HIV guardians in northeastern Uganda....
NORTHEAST ADDISON TELEVISION producer (and local musician) Shawn Kimball recently tested the studio, equipment and live-streaming technology that will be used to bring the Studio2 Summer Covid Music Series to live online audiences. The series will feature a different artist every Friday night for six weeks beginning July 17.
Courtesy of NEAT
BRISTOL — Drawing on a wealth of local music talent and the availability of an additional studio for the summer, Northeast Addison Television (NEAT) is launching a new series of live-music broadcasts.
For the next six Friday evenings, viewers can tune in to the Studio2 Summer Covid Music Series on Comcast Cable channel 1080, or watch the live stream on the station’s website, neatbristol.com, where all performance videos will be archived for later viewing.
Lincoln musician Nate Gusakov kicks things off this Friday, July 17, at 7 p.m. with new solo material he’s really excited about.
BUSTER KEATON STARS in “Our Hospitality” (1923), a classic silent comedy film to be screened with live music by Jeff Rapsis on Saturday, Aug. 10, at 7 p.m. at Brandon Town Hall. Admission is free; donations are encouraged.
BRANDON — He never smiled on camera, earning him the nickname “the Great Stone Face.” But Buster Keaton’s comedies rocked Hollywood’s silent era with laughter throughout the 1920s, and remain popular crowd-pleasers today.
See for yourself with a screening of “Our Hospitality” (1923), one of Keaton’s landmark features at Brandon Town Hall on Saturday, Aug. 10, at 7 p.m. The program, the latest in the Town Hall’s silent film series, will be accompanied by live music performed by silent film composer Jeff Rapsis.
Admission is free; donations are encouraged, with all proceeds support ongoing...