Individually accomplished performers Beth Eldridge, Doug Farrell, and Jack Henry together are Decatur Creek, writing and playing some of the most tasteful original music in the region. They will give a 3:00 matinee concert on Sunday, April 16 at Stage 33 Live, 33 Bridge Street in Bellows Falls, Vermont. Tickets are $10; advance tickets reserve a seat up front. Bill Wolston will open with songs of love, loss, pride of place, and nature. Read the press release.
Decatur Creek with Bill Wolston at Stage 33 Live
BELLOWS FALLS — Decatur Creek is Beth Eldridge, Doug Farrell, and Jack Henry. Each is an accomplished New Hampshire musician, singer/songwriter, and performer, and together they write and play some of the most tasteful original music in the region, with sharp focus on songcraft and vocals.
Bill Wolston of Newport, NH plays keyboard and writes songs of love, loss, pride of place, and nature influenced by John Prine, Stephen Sondheim, Lucinda Williams, and Gram Parsons.
This will be a 3:00 matinee show on Sunday, April 16 at Stage 33 Live, 33 Bridge Street in Bellows Falls, Vermont. Tickets are $10 in advance or at the door; advance tickets reserve a seat up front. Limited seating; the event will be recorded and filmed.
The COVID-19 protocol will be the guidelines in effect in the community on show day; currently the guidance is that masks are optional, which may change without notice. Please do not attend if experiencing any respiratory virus symptoms. A pair of high-capacity air purifiers will be running.
Stage 33 Live is a casual and intimate industrial-rustic listening room in a former factory hosting local, regional, and national performances and presentations of original material. No bar or kitchen, the stage is the mission; coffee / soda / juice / water and weird snacks available by donation. More info about the nonprofit, all-volunteer project, and this and other upcoming events, online at stage33live.com
Stage 33 Live gratefully acknowledges the help of so many individuals without whom none of this would be happening, and institutional support this season from The Island Corporation, the Vermont Arts Council, the Bellows Falls Opera House, the Rockingham Arts & Museum Project, and WOOL-FM that helped fund improvements and maintenance, and generally smooth out a lot of the rough edges. Stage 33 Live is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, and all donations are deductible to the fullest extent. Volunteers run the thing from stem to stern.