Beehive Queen/Rebel Montez return
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Christine Ohlman
Christine Ohlman
PUTNEY– Next Stage Arts Project is delighted to present Christine Ohlman, the current, longtime vocalist with the Saturday Night Live Band and Rebel Montez, on Saturday, April 19, at 7:30 pm, at Next Stage, 15 Kimball Hill.

Ohlman (aka The Beehive Queen) returns to Next Stage fresh from a year that included appearances at the Rock ‘n Roll Hall Of Fame, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage, The WC Handy Festival in Muscle Shoals, and on concert stages with Brian Wilson, Bill Medley, Bonnie Bramlett, Elvis Costello, and a host of others. Ohlman appears with Rock ‘n’ Roll 2014 inductee Andrew Loog Oldham as special guest on his “ALO Orchestra Sings The Rolling Stones Songbook Vol. 2,” and landed the Top Female Americana Vocalist honors on The Alternate Root’s International Readers’ Poll (she shares top slots with Paul Thorn, The Mavericks, and Rodney Crowell). Join the Queen as she brings Ohlman and Rebel Montez (Cliff Goodwin-guitars; Michael Colbath-bass; Larry Donahue-drums) back for a highly-anticipated return appearance.

Next Stage Arts Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to revitalizing Putney’s cultural and economic village center through the programming, development, and operation of Next Stage. NSAP has hosted hundreds of events including classical, folk, and popular music concerts, a community film series, theater, and a spoken word series. Musical artists appearing have included Jonathan Edwards, Patty Larkin, Tony Trischka, the Duhks, and Chris Smither.

Information about Next Stage is available at Tickets are $16, general admission, $18 at the door, available at, Turn It Up in Brattleboro, and Offerings in Putney.

For more information contact Maria Basescu, executive director, at (802) 387-0102 or

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