On November 9, 2016

802 Music Showcase continues in fourth of series with Vermont blues men

Thursday, Nov. 10 at 6:30 p.m.—RUTLAND—The Paramount Theatre’s 802 Vermont Music Showcase continues on Thursday, Nov. 10. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m. A cash bar will be available. For this show, the series is going with a theme—the blues—and features two top notch Vermont blues men, Dave Keller and Bob Stannard. Stannard will be bring his band, known as Those Dangerous Bluesmen.
This is the fourth show in a new series that the Paramount Theatre has hosted. The 802 Vermont Music Showcase features artists of all types from all over Vermont. Previous guests have included Bow Thayer, Waylon Speed and Jatoba, as well as Ida May Specker, Crazyhearse and Duane Carleton.
Dave Keller will be playing solo, starting the show. Keller has just released another CD, “Right Back Atcha.” Recorded with his longtime band, augmented by a 3-sax horn section, backing vocalists, it even featured a string section on a few songs.
Bob Stannard has played with numerous musicians throughout the world including Sandra Wright of Nashville and the late Big Joe Burrell, formerly of the BB King band. He has also played with local stars Rick Redington and Duane Carleton. He had Dennis Wilmott, Tommy Buckley, Jason Corbiere and Nick Sherman and Bill Carruth join him on one of his albums, which also included guest appearances from Grammy-and W.C. Handy-award winning pianist, David Maxwell and West Coast harmonica virtuoso, Mark Hummel.
The show is expected to be hopping, with the six-piece Dangerous Bluesmen getting people up on their feet. Keller’s virtuoso playing and Stannard’s showmanship will make for an evening to remember.
The Paramount Theatre is located at 30 Center Street, Rutland. Call 775-0903 or visit paramountvt.org.

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