Concert with sweet harmonies
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Bard Owl
Bard Owl
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NEWFANE- Bard Owl will be performing at ​the ​Four Columns Inn on Wednesday, October 25, ​from 6 to 9 pm. An acoustic duo with T. Breeze Verdant and Annie Landenberger, Bard Owl delivers driving rhythms and sweet harmonies in an eclectic ​and growing ​ range of old tunes and new.

Verdant plays guitar, works the stompbox drum, and sings. ​As a child he started ​crooning Little Richard and Elvis interspersed with military tunes while lying in bed at night. ​He’s since dropped the military ​and allows others to sleep​, but he always loves a good tune.

Landenberger has been singing in all genres since ​kindergarten when she insisted on delivering her parents’ dinner guests a litany of Mitch Miller favorites. ​Their new sound has been heard in various venues regionally and beyond.

Special guest on ​​October 25 is Dan Dewalt, well-known for his wide range of music on ​piano, trombone, and accordion. Four Columns Inn is on the Common off Route. 30. There is no cover charge
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