Get ready for a night of musical mayhem
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Bella’s Bartok
Bella’s Bartok
BRATTLEBORO- On Friday, April 13, the Stone Church, 210 Main Street, invites the public for a night of music, art, theater, and musical mayhem with Bella’s Bartok and special guests Medusa’s Disco. Doors open at 7:30 pm with the show starting at 8.

Inspired by elements of vaudeville, centuries of street performance, and an unyielding drive to promote camaraderie, Bella’s Bartok delivers a passionate kaleidoscope of sound.

Bella’s Bartok is made up of Asher Putnam (vocals, bass, and all-around entertainer), Dan Niederhauser (guitar and vocals), Amory Drennan (trombone, banjo, and vocals), Crisco (drums, percussion, and trumpet), Gershon Rosen (trumpet), and Alex Kogut (accordion and keyboard).

The band has shared the stage with musicians and acts such as Rubblebucket, Red Baraat, The Indigo Girls, Larry & His Flask, The Suitcase Junket, Parsonsfield, And the Kids, Kanye, Rough Francis, Beau Sassers Escape Plan, West End Blend, Adam Ezra Group, Meat Puppets, Rupa & the April Fishes, Arc Iris, and many more.

Bella’s Bartok plays a mesmerizing mix of Eastern European, Americana, punk, and pop music. Putnam says their live shows are theatrical, “a mix of The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.”

Ticket prices range from $12 to $15. For more information, upcoming show listings or tickets visit www. or call (802) 579-9960.
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