Free concert on Tuesday
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Kevin Parry, Lisa Brande, and Mark Trichka.
Kevin Parry, Lisa Brande, and Mark Trichka.
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BRATTLEBORO- The acoustic trio “Three Way Street” pulls out the fun stops on every kind of style they play-which is a musical mix from country to Cajun, bluegrass to blues, and swing to soul. Neither the band nor the audience knows where the set will lead in any given show, but the synergy of players who have been performing half their lives, and over two decades together, never fails to bring a freshness of perspective to classic songs and tunes. Haunting fiddle turns to driving Chuck Berry guitar licks to sizzling salsa-flavored mandolin riffs all in the same evening. Vocal harmonies add flavor to the rhythm and pulse of the show. All three are professional full-time musicians and southern Vermont residents. The ensemble includes: Kevin Parry on lead guitar, harmonica, and percussion; Mark Trichka on mandolin and guitar; and Lisa Brande on fiddle and guitar.

Three Way Street will be performing at the Brattleboro Common Art in the Park concert series Tuesday, July 22, from 7 to 8:30 pm. Rain location is the American Legion Hall, 32 Linden Street. It is free and open to the public.

For more information call (802) 254-5808.
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