Rockin’ for a good cause this Friday
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Greg Smith and The Broken English
Greg Smith and The Broken English
READSBORO- Readsboro Arts presents Greg Smith and The Broken English live in concert at the Bullock Building on Main Street, Friday, May 30, at 8 pm.

Greg Smith and The Broken English are a Brooklyn, NY-based folk-rock band led by Massachusetts native Greg Daniel Smith. The five-piece band features Smith on guitar and lead vocals, joined by vocalist Dayna Webber; Josh Chaplin, guitar; Jon Callegari, bass; and Sean Tuccillo, percussion.

The band plays a heartfelt mix of folk, rock, country, and soul that has captured the attention of audiences and industry folk alike. Smith’s latest album, “Ramblin Road,” has been nominated for Best Alt. Country Album by the Independent Music Awards.

Tickets are $15 at the door or $12 in advance. Available at Readsboro Glassworks on Main Street or by calling (802) 423-7706 or to order. See for information.
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