0401 – An Evening with Gregory Douglass featuring Tod Pronto

Doors open at 6:30 pm. The concert will start promptly at 7:30 pm.

Gregory Douglass' evocative, alternative sound blends "Rufus Wainwright's opulent musicality and Justin Timberlake's accessible soulfulness," according to OUT Magazine. A Vermont native and Los Angeles transplant, Douglass has been coined "One of New England's best-kept secrets," by NPR’s Morning Edition and has shared the stage with the likes of Jason Mraz, Regina Spektor, They Might Be Giants, Shawn Colvin, and The Weepies to name a few.

An internationally renowned musician with eight critically acclaimed albums under his belt, Douglass has paved his own way to his successful independent career and is one of the top independent artists on Pandora radio today. Douglass has sold 100,000+ songs digitally on his own, his videos have amounted to nearly 1 million views on YouTube alone, and his music videos have charted numerous times on MTV Network's LOGO TV.  In addition to his on-stage collaborations, Douglass has recorded with fellow Vermonters Grace Potter (Hollywood Records) and Anaïs Mitchell (Righteous Babe Records) among others.

Tod Pronto is a Singer / Songwriter born and raised in Newport Vermont. Tod has recorded 3 albums of original music to date including his album “Nashville Stereo” that was recorded in Nashville, TN for "B-Venturous Records" and his new self produced album "It Can't All Be Wrong". He also writes instrumental background music for television and his work has appeared on AMC and The National Geographic Network among others. Tod’s song “Money and a Suitcase” was the first track featured on a compilation album put out by "Shut Eye Records" in 2005 called "The United State of Americana Vol. 3" that went on to reach #20 on the Roots Rock Airplay Report. These days Tod’s music combines Folk, Roots Music, Country, Rock, and Blues to create a unique blend of Americana Music. His live show combines his originals along with his fun and unique brand of storytelling.