Arts, Dining & Entertainment
January 12, 2016

Snow or no snow, Foundry kicks off season of classic entertainment

Snow or no snow, Foundry kicks off season of classic entertainment

KILLINGTON — The Foundry at Summit Pond has launched a full slate of entertainment for the winter season, including regular appearances by the area’s most popular musical talent.  Killington’s favorite ivory tickler Frank Chase teams up with Smokin’ J (Blue Jay Way’s drummer Terry J) every Tuesday through Thursday starting at 5 p.m. for a unique brand of jazz, blues and musical parody.

And every Monday night is blues night with Joey Leone. Renowned guitarist and marquee headliner Leone entertains diners from 8 to 10 p.m. in the tavern of the Foundry. Leone has been a staple in the Killington area and beyond for over two decades and has played countless concerts and benefit shows along the way. Originally from Manhattan and raised in Brooklyn, Leone has performed alongside an impressive and diverse list of artists including Wilson Pickett, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Joe Perry, Ronnie Wood, John Popper, Chaka Kahn, and Bruce Willis, just to name a few.

Beginning this week, Chase and Leone anchor a weekly schedule of entertainment at the Foundry, which also includes music on Friday and Saturday nights, and a Jazz brunch on Sunday. For a complete menu and entertainment calendar, visit www.foundrykillington.com.

The Foundry is located at 63 Summit Path, Killington.

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