Folk singers at the stage
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PUTNEY- Twilight Music presents a contemporary folk singer/songwriter triple bill featuring Antje Duvekot, Mark Erelli, and Michael McDermott on Friday, November 16, at 7:30 pm.

Duvekot is a German-born, American-raised singer/songwriter who has risen to the top of the competitive Boston music scene. For years her songs have been critically praised for their hard-won wisdom.

Singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Erelli hit the ground running in 1999 when he released his self-titled debut CD and won the prestigious Kerrville New Folk contest. Erelli’s albums spent weeks in the top 10 of the Americana radio charts and garnered four Boston Music Award nominations.

Since the release of his 1991 album “620 West Surf,” which boasted a Billboard Hot 100 charting single (“A Wall I Must Climb”), McDermott has exhibited a talent for mature and lyrically dense songwriting with introspective, character-driven songs that have won him an enduring band of appreciative followers.

Tickets are $16 general and $14 students and seniors. For ticket reservations and information call (802) 254-9276. The concert will be at the Next Stage at 15 Kimball Hill.

JD McCliment’s Pub will provide a beer and wine cash bar. For more information visit www.antjeduvekot.com, www.markerelli.com, www.michael-mcdermott.com, and www.twilightmusic.org.
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