Basement series continues with a night of jazz
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BENNINGTON- In his 14th appearance on the Basement Music Series stage, Howard Fishman returns to Vermont Arts Exchange’s Sage Street Mill on Friday, October 12, at 8 pm.

Tickets are now on sale and won’t last. Make a night of it and order a delicious dinner of “Basement Favorites” from Thymes Tables.

“An Evening with Howard Fishman” features the composer-guitarist-singer-bandleader Fishman with Ron Wilkins on trombone, violinist Skye Steele, and Andrew Hall on double bass.

General admission tickets for the Friday evening concert are $20 in advance through Brown Paper Tickets at brownpapertickets.com or by calling (800) 838-3006. Price includes a small service fee. Tickets are $24 at the door on a first come, first served basis. Libations, provided by Thyme Tables Catering of Shaftsbury, are available through a cash bar.

Join in for “Basement Favorites” from Thyme Tables: roasted butternut squash lasagna and pulled pork sandwiches. Dinner is served when doors open at 7 pm. Place an order when buying tickets online, so there is enough food.

For more information about Fishman visit howardfishman.com. For more information about Vermont Arts Exchange, the Basement Music Series, exhibitions, classes, workshops and studio memberships contact VAE at (802) 442-5549 or visit vtartxchange.org.
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