Driving rhythms and sweet harmonies
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Bard Owl will perform at the Four Columns on Wednesday from 6 to 9 pm.
Bard Owl will perform at the Four Columns on Wednesday from 6 to 9 pm.
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NEWFANE- Bard Owl will be featured at ​the ​Four Columns Inn on Wednesday, ​January 24, from 6 to 9 pm.

An acoustic duo with T. Breeze Verdant and Annie​ ​Landenberger, Bard Owl delivers driving rhythms and sweet harmonies in an eclectic ​and growing ​range of old tunes and new.

Verdant plays guitar, works the stompbox drum, and sings. ​As a child he started ​crooning Little Richard and Elvis, ​alternating ​with military ​classics while lying in bed at night. ​ Landenberger has been singing in all genres since ​age 6, when she ​delivered ​her parents’ dinner guests a litany of Mitch Miller favorites. ​​Together for a year, they’ve been honing a sound ​that has been enjoyed in various venues regionally and beyond.

Special guest on ​​​January 24 will be Dan Dewalt, well-known for his wide range of music on ​piano, ​trombone, and accordion.

Four Columns Inn is on the Common off Route 30. There’s no cover. The Four Columns offers a $5 rotating draft to enjoy with the live music every Wednesday. For more information contact Landenberger at verbatimvt@gmail.com or (802) 348-7156.​ For more information on Four Columns visit fourcolumnsvt.com. For information on Bard Owl visit www.facebook.com/TheBardOwls.

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