Adventurous bands combine
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The Duhks
The Duhks
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PUTNEY- On Saturday, November 9, at 7:30 pm, the Next Stage presents The Duhks with Red Heart the Ticker.

The Duhks are one of the most musically adventurous bands to come from the roots scene in the past decade. Founded in 2002, the Canadian acoustic roots band boasts a diverse collection of musical influences, including old-time, jazz, Celtic folk, and even punk.

Red Heart the Ticker is the musical collaboration of Robin MacArthur and Tyler Gibbons, a husband and wife duo from Marlboro. Their atmospheric and image-rich music, often compared to Will Oldham, Gillian Welch, and Iron and Wine, is, in many ways a reconciliation between their verging musical tastes: Robin’s penchant for tradition influenced ‘60s folk and twangy, old-fashioned country music, and Tyler’s love of jazz fusion and esoteric ‘60s rock.

Prices for tickets are $20 in advance, and $25 at the door. For ticket and information call (802) 254-9276. To get advance tickets visit www.nextstagearts.org.

JD McCliment’s Pub will provide a beer and wine cash bar. For more information, visit www.duhks.com, www.rhtt.net, www.nextstagearts.org and www.twilightmusic.org.

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