Enjoy a Wyld Nightz in Wardsboro next Friday
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Wyld Nightz Band
Wyld Nightz Band
WARDSBORO- The next Wardsboro Curtain Call is a dance party with the Wyld Nightz Band on Friday, May 19. Doors will open at 6 pm and music begins at 7 pm at Wardsboro Town Hall.

The Wyld Nightz Band is a Brattleboro favorite, formed over 10 years ago. Founding members Michael McKinney (guitar, trumpet, and vocals) and Jeff Brewer (guitar and vocals) work to emphasize dance music with exciting ensemble playing.  Fred “Freighttrain” Epstein (drums) and Matt Martyn (bass guitar) anchor the rhythm section, while keyboard duties and vocals are covered by Tony Speranza.  Anthony Speranza Jr. appears regularly on alto and tenor saxophones. 

Other shows in the 2017 Wardsboro Curtain Call music series are: Saturday, June 17, with Mister Dix (rock, funk/fusion, alt-country); Saturday, July 22, with Nashville singer-songwriter David Olney, Daniel Seymour; local favorite duo Hungrytown opens the show; Saturday, September 16, with contemporary folk duo Neptune’s Car; and Friday, October 13,  with blues musician and historian Scott Ainslie.

Admission is $10 at the door and includes a pasta supper. All shows are in Wardsboro Town Hall, off Main Street.

Visit www.WardsboroCurtainCall.net or email kwkmdavis@yahoo.com for more information.
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