HONEYSUCKLE Concert 4/12/09

HONEYSUCKLE returns to
Langdon Street Café!

Sunday, April 12, 2009
4:00 – 6:00 P.M.
Langdon Street Cafe
4 Langdon St, Montpelier

Carol Hausner and Ed Schaeffer
Traditional Bluegrass Duet
from the Musical Haven of Takoma Park, MD

with: Mark Greenberg on banjo, Dan Haley on mandolin,
& Noah Hahn on bass

concert poster
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Carol and Ed began their musical partnership on a Sunday afternoon while jamming in Takoma Park, Maryland. Come on out for an afternoon of bluegrass with Honeysuckle's strong, sweet duet singing and lovely harmonies. They have performed in the Washington, D.C., Maryland and Pennsylvania areas, including the Appalachian Jubilee in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Their music can be heard on "Honeysuckle at the Appalachian Jubilee" from Rattlesnake Music.

Review of Honeysuckle at the Appalachian Jubilee CD — Dan Bolles, Seven Days

About the musicians at the show:

Veteran Montpelier musician Mark Greenberg plays mandolin, guitar, banjo and more.  Mark is a former member of Coco & the Lonesome Road Band, The Joint Chiefs of Bluegrass, and Dave Van Ronk's Kazoo-o-phonic Jug Band.

Daniel Haley sings, writes and teaches music as well as playing guitar and mandolin. After 22 years in Portland, Oregon, he has been performing solo and as a member of myriad musical configurations in Central Vermont since 2000.

Noah Hahn has been performing on upright bass in and around Central Vermont for the past 3 years.  He is proficient in many styles: country (Mark LeGrand and the Lovesick Bandits), jazz (Paris Bathtub), old-time (various projects with Katie Trautz), and rock (Sputnik, electric bass).