Postponed: THE MOUNTAIN MOVERS, ROB NOYES, and ALEXANDER will be rescheduled. New date T.B.A. soon.

Sorry - this show has been postponed to a date still to be determined. More info coming soon.

Saturday, December 17th, Poon Village Records recording artist ROB NOYES comes to Willimantic to celebrate the release of his debut LP The Feudal Spirit
THE MOUNTAIN MOVERS and ALEXANDER will be here as well.

Music starts at 6pm. 

Willimantic Records    
744 Main Street
Willimantic, CT 06226
parking and store entrance are around back on Riverside Drive by the railroad tracks 

SUSAN ALCORN & BECKY KESSLER - Saturday, November 19th. Music starts at 2pm.


Saturday, November 19th 

Music starts at 2pm

Alcorn is a Texas native who plays the pedal steel guitar. The journey from playing country and bluegrass and straight jazz to her mature style has aided by advice from Muddy Waters and Paul Bley. The wide-open ears, keen intellect, emotional sensitivity and rigorously-honed skill as a player that she has developed has brought her into collaborations with Pauline Oliveros, Peter Kowald, Eugene Chadbourne and Jandek among many others. But it’s her solo work as a composer, improviser and interpreter of songs, which are more aching sequences and clusters of crystaline sounds than tunes, that always blows me away.
With clarity and precision and a gift for invoking sweeping landscapes, Alcorn is able to perform arrangements of Curtis Mayfield or Olivier Messiaen highlighting both their structural and spiritual aspects simultaneously and then attacking the strings zen-slap-loud or hovering stained-glass mobiles of sound-clouds. Dreamy stuff, full of emotion and one of the more Universalist twists on Americana. - Ian Nagoski


But oh, that voice: Ms Kessler’s croon is one of the very finest instruments swirling around Connecticut and any other state within a stone’s launch, sounding at times Bessie Smith, at other times Jeff Buckley, at all times with melancholy ache. 
- Christopher Aloysius Mariotti

Becky Kessler, the virtual unknown. A Dixie-bred, Connecticut transplant, with the serious guitar chops and the downright deadly voice...  blend of angular rock cut with ethereal moodiness was immediately equal parts stunning and gorgeous - Chip McCabe

A free show with donations to these amazing musicians very much welcomed and encouraged. 

Willimantic Records
744 Main Street
Willimantic, U.S.A.
(shop entrance and motor vehicle parking around back on Riverside Drive)

Tuesday, November 15th: Closing party for the "A Tiling By Squares - Art On Small Places" community art show

Before Vulturetown Arts takes down the "A Tiling By Squares - Art On Small Places" exhibition, we're throwing a closing party and adding even more panels of sticky note art. Of course everyone is encouraged to continue to slap their sticky note creations to the walls while here to view their neighbors post-it note masterpieces.

Music to be provided by:
QUIN GALAVIS - from Austin, Texas: "equal parts Bob Mould and Edgar Allen Poe"


SNCKPCK - from Fort Worth, Texas

Normally only open Wednesday thru Sunday, Willimantic Records will open at 6pm on Tuesday, November 15th.

Music starts at 7pm.