Gypsy swing music with a touch of theater
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Caravan of Thieves
Caravan of Thieves
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PUTNEY– Next Stage Arts Project and Twilight Music present “Caravan of Thieves,” an acoustic swing and alt gypsy jazz quartet with a theatrical high energy stage show, driving rhythms, and Beatlesque vocals at Next Stage on Friday, January 17, at 7:30 pm.

For the past three years, Caravan of Thieves has roamed the North American continent recruiting a family of avid thrill seekers at their high-energy shows. Driving gypsy jazz rhythms, acoustic guitars, upright bass, and violin lay the foundation for mesmerizing vocal harmonies and fantastic stories. It’s theatrical and humorous. It’s musical and intense. It entertains, dazzles, and defies classification while welcoming the spectator to join the band throughout the performance in momentary fits of claps, snaps, and sing-alongs. If Django Reinhardt, the cast of Stomp, and the Beatles all had a party at Tim Burton’s house, Caravan of Thieves would be the band they hired.

JD McCliment’s Pub will provide a beer and wine cash bar. For more information visit www.nextstagearts.org. Tickets are $16 in advance, general admission, available online at www.nextstagearts.org and Offerings in Putney. They will be $18 at the door.

For more information contact Maria Basescu at (802) 387-0102 or email nextstagearts@gmail.com.

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