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12-14-2017

Songwriter Showcase w/ Ethan Tischler, Shannon Hawley, and Laura Heaberlin

Join us for an evening of delicious desserts and sumptuous song in the Music for Sprouts classroom at Bread & Butter Farm!

Songwriters Shannon Hawley (Aunt Honey), Ethan Tischler (Brightbird), and Laura Heaberlin (Cricket Blue) will each be sharing a selection of new works in this beautiful and intimate setting.

20% of all proceeds will be heading directly to benefit Outright Vermont!

Blank Page Café will be setting up next door to sling their fantastic baked goods and hot beverages. What more could you ask for on a chilly winter night?

Thursday December 14th, 7:30pm
Tickets are $15
(20% of proceeds to benefit Outright VT)


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Shannon Hawley
Ethan Tischler
Laura Heaberlin



Over the past five years, Shelburne, Vermont-based singer-songwriter Shannon Hawley has dedicated herself to creating a piece of art that she can be proud of. Her debut, "A Different Kind of Progress," is very much that. A concept album rich with ambition, the crowd-funded effort was produced by Bronx-based Jagoda. And with the accompaniment of a group of supremely talented musicians, the result is an intimate look at Shannon’s hopes and fears about love and creativity.


Ethan Tischler borrows from a mix of american folk, roots, and jazz traditions to craft songs that are both new and familiar. Born in Vermont, he seeks to connect the many musical worlds of our great big World. From kids tunes to banjo ballads, Ethan seeks to share music that is warm, heartfelt, and keeps us moving forward together.


Vermont-based folk duo Cricket Blue is inspired by diverse aspects of the American folk tradition: old and current, popular and obscure. Laura Heaberlin and Taylor Smith write songs marked by close-knit harmonies and words about myth, confusion, love, and the ends of things.

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