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Spruce Peak Summer Concert Series – Jason Spooner Band and Pete Kilpatrick Band

Portrait of Jason Spooner with Gibson guitar in front of street art. Portrait of Pete Kilpatrick seated playing guitar
Thursday, August 26, 7:00pm
Proudly brought to you by WhistlePig Rye Whiskey and Fiddlehead Brewing Company

Co-Presented by Spruce Peak, Spruce Peak Arts and The Point FM.

Join us on the Spruce Peak Village Green for an evening of amazing music, great food and outdoor fun.  Experience celebrated musicians in a unique, stripped-down format while enjoying the magical setting of the Green Mountains. 

Location: WhistlePig Pavillion • Rain location at Spruce Peak Arts
General Admission Lawn Seating and General Admission Table Seating available.

A portion of ticket sales goes to Spruce Peak Cares’ partner charities:  Vermont FoodbankMeals on WheelsClarina Howard Nichols CenterUnited Way of Lamoille CountyThe Current, and the North Country Animal League.

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Portland, Maine based songwriter, guitarist and producer Jason Spooner has been a visible and respected presence on the northeastern and national live music circuits for close to two decades, both as a solo artist and as the leader of the Jason Spooner Band. His signature sound blends elements of Americana, folk, blues and roots rock centered around his unique songwriting which introspectively explores the physical world through a psychological lens. His laid back vocal style and talent for rich imagery results in a consistently immersive listening experiences.

Jason is officially endorsed by Gretsch Guitars, Taylor Guitars and Fishman Acoustic Electronics.

Spruce Peak welcomes back Maine based singer/songwriter Pete Kilpatrick. Pete grew up with a deep and re sounding love of melody. With no formal training in music, Pete picked up the acoustic guitar at the age of 16 and began teaching himself how to play, crafting his own songs all while falling deeply in love with the process.

After completing high school, Pete took a few years off before attending college to focus his energy on a full-time career as a musician. He wrote and recorded his first album, Half Way Home, back in 2003. Between networking and a near constant performing schedule throughout New England he began to develop a loyal following that would continue to grow over the years. 

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