Wool - Live from The Underground
Updated: Feb 25, 2021
The Live from the Underground (LFTU) performance series continues this Thursday with the South Royalton-based band ‘Wool’. The 6pm live performance on Thursday, February 25th will be livestreamed digitally on Facebook and followed by an interview with LFTU co-host Jamie Gage.
Playing original barn music grown in central Vermont, Wool is led by Jean Palthey (guitar/vocals) and Cat Buxton (mandolin/vocals), with Sean Dollar and Scott McDermott holding down bass, saxophone, flute, and harmonica – though not necessarily at the same time.
Together for over ten years and playing venues throughout Vermont, Wool draws its influences from classic roots rock and reggae musicians of the ‘60's & ‘70's - folks like Bob Marley, Sister Carol, Janis Joplin, Grace Slick, the Grateful Dead - and later on, Ani Difranco and Sublime. “And the wind, waves, bugs and birds,” adds vocalist & mandolin player Cat Buxton.
To learn more about the music of WOOL and to purchase tickets to Thursday’s livestream, got to: https://www.facebook.com/Woolbarnmusic
Thursday's performance will be a ticketed event with 50% of the proceeds going to the artist and 10% to Chandler Center for the Arts.