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August 2017

Long is the Walk

August 20 @ 2:00 am

Long Is The Walk is the solo project of Boston-based cellist, singer-songwriter and composer Jeremy Harman. Harman’s music has been heard in concert halls throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia as the cellist of the Sirius Quartet, a string quartet who writes and performs original multi-genre instrumental music. After working as a freelance cellist in the Boston and NYC music scenes for the better part of a decade and sharing the stage with artists as diverse as Peter Gabriel, Sting,…

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Gumption & Glory with Audrey Harrer

August 18 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$10

Gumption and Glory are some RI people doing great things. Fronted by guitarist/bassist/trombonist/producer Ray Gennari, they bring a sound that's pretty spot on for the setting.   Audrey Harrer will open the night with her unique harp and vocal sounds, along with an enveloping presentation, for her first night back on Aquidneck Island since a great performance last summer in Newport. Please join us and these talented artists in the tasting room at Greenvale Vineyards. The event runs 5-9, with…

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Dave Flamand

August 13 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Free

Dave Flamand (of the band Analog) has built a solid musical foundation out on legendary Block Island and, in recent years, has been spending more time in Newport. He brings a lot of introspective original songs and a creative selection of covers to the patio at Greenvale Vineyards.

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So Sol

August 11 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
$10

Boston-based So Sol will have you floating in the modern warmth of their Portuguese-American folk rhythms. Beautiful lyrics and melodies, stellar musicianship not to be missed. Please join us and this very talented band in Greenvale Vineyards's tasting room. The event runs 5-9, with live music starting at 6, rain or shine.

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La Méchante et le Connard

August 6 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Free

La Méchante et le Connard, storming in from Paris, France, is anything but what their name suggests. In French, La Méchante et le Connard, to the misfortune of this charming duo, means The Villain and the Jerk! But their music would suggest otherwise: a warm mix of jazz-age standards and everyone's favorite tunes, adapted and arranged for their instrumentation of double bass, ukulele, and vocals. La Méchante et le Connard are full of great energy, laughs, smiles, and of course,…

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