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An Evening with the DuPont Brothers and Friends


Saturday, April 2 at 7:30pm

We're so excited to bring back the Vermont-made folk-Americana brothers, Sam and Zack DuPont, and this time, with some of their friends! Their lush finger-style guitar work is complimented by elegant prose and a vocal blend that could only be matched by blood relation. The Mountaineer describes them as “Deeply passionate old souls with a new and refreshing take on contemporary folk-pop music”.

Their first full length release, ‘Heavy as Lead' received praise from Smoky Mountain News, who said “It's the essence of what stop-you-in-your-tracks music is suppose to do, which is shake you out of your day-to-day life…” The brothers are nearing the release of their next recording, being produced by Mi chael Chorney . Zack says the new album is “ a tasteful balance of our stripped down style with orchestral and textural embellishments from violin, upright bass, electric guitars and pedal steel. We're really moving towards a band element moving forward and this album will bring that new concept to our listeners.”  

“Together the DuPont Brothers resonate at just the right frequency. There were moments that honestly gave me chills." – Dan Bolles, Seven Days VT.

Since 2013, the brothers managed to play over 400 shows, covering 50,000 tour miles throughout the U.S. Versatile songwriting modes, blood harmonies and fingerstyle guitar arrangements have opened doors to support a wide variety of national acts including Grace Potter, Sturgill Simpson, Bahamas, Jerry Douglas, Langhorne Slim, Blake Mills, Howie Day, The Lone Bellow, Ben Sollee, Horse Feathers and Chris Eldridge and Julian Lage.

Tickets are $20 with a pre-concert dinner also available for $20. View the dinner menu. Reservations are required for dinner and recommended for the show. Venue is BYOB. Call (802) 247-4295 or e-mail us for reservations or more information.

This event is a part of Vermont Arts 2016, celebrating public funding for the arts.


Phone: 802-247-4295