Woodbury: Meadows Brothers Benefit Concert Set

Dustin Meadows and Ian Meadows of  The Meadows Brothers will perform at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 17, at Woodbury’s Historic Town Hall, 5 Mountain Rd., Woodbury.

WOODBURY — The Woodbury-Bethlehem Community Music Foundation, Inc. will present a concert featuring the Meadows Brothers at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, October 17, at Woodbury’s Historic Town Hall, 5 Mountain Rd.

The doors will open at 6:45 p.m. and Woodbury’s Good News Cafe will offer wine, beer, and tasty bites for sale.

Ian and Dustin Meadows are Connecticut performers whose distinct brand of roots music combines folk, blues, country and rock ‘n’ roll.

They share that essential brother-band DNA: a telepathic tightness, the ability to stop and start vocal phrases in lockstep, to fall effortlessly into close harmonies, trade off phrases and navigate together the fresh expression of American roots music they create.

Their 2017 release, “TRUTH,” demonstrates the brothers’ keen ability to get to the heart of the matter with simple melodies, blood harmonies, unsweetened songwriting, expressive guitars and blues tinged harp.

Tickets for the concert are $15 and available at www.wbcmusicfoundation.org.

Proceeds will go to the WBC Music Foundation.

The foundation seeks to enhance community consciousness and enthusiasm for music activities and experiences to provide the community with valuable life learning and appreciation of music.

Over the past 14 years, the foundation has provided more than $130,000 in funding program in Region 14 schools, Chime In! of Bethlehem, individual mini-grants, and at the Woodbury Senior/Community Center.

More information is available at www.wbcmusicfoundation.org and www.meadowsbrothers.com

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