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Welcome to the Cabot Folk Club - Fall Season 2023!
at the Willey Building Auditorium

3084 Main St. in Cabot, Vermont
A listening-room concert series in Cabot , Vermont, featuring the best of Vermont acoustic music.

Folk Club concerts are held Thursday Evenings, January - May / September - December
Admission is $12 Advance / $15 Door / Member Subscription to Season $50,
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About the Cabot Folk Club, follow this link / To perform at the Cabot Folk Club, follow this link 
Venue is the Willey Building Auditorium / 3084 Main St. in Cabot, Vermont  / Info:  802-793-3016
Alternate venue is the Cabot United Church  -  2 Common Rd in Cabot / Corner of Main St. and Common Rd) 
The Cabot Folk Club is a monthly concert series that offers the best in Vermont’s acoustic music and songwriting talent. The Folk Club also organizes seasonal Sing-Arounds and jam sessions where folks can bring an instrument to share songs and tunes with their neighbors. All levels are welcome. To read more about what inspired the Folk Club, follow this link

Purchasing a "Membership Subscription" for the season of five concerts for $50 will save you money, and make you a supporting member of the Cabot Folk Club! Click here to purchase your Membership Subscription.
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Play at the Cabot Folk Club! We are looking for "Floor Spots" - musicians/singers to offer one or two songs prior to our featured artists. Much like an Open Mic, these short cameos provide an opportunity for our local talent to shine.

Featured Artist Booking: The Cabot Folk Club books (almost exclusively) musicians living in the state of Vermont. If you are interested, please email Dana at
Thursday, September 28th at 7pm
Cricket Blue
at the Cabot United Church
$15 at the Door
Cricket Blue were voted “Best Folk Group” in Vermont’s Seven Daysie Awards and they've played stages and folk festivals around the United States and Canada. NPR Music calls Cricket Blue “master storytellers” and the All Scene Eye says Cricket Blue “sets a new standard for fiction-folk.” When you first hear the haunting chamber folk of Laura Heaberlin and Taylor Smith, you might think of Simon & Garfunkel or of Gillian Welch and David Rawlings.
Wednesday, September 20th at 6pm
at The Den at Harry's Hardware

Bring your guitars, ukuleles, banjos… or just your voice, and sing-along!

Admission is Free


Everyone is welcome to participate in the first, Cabot Folk Club “Sing-Around!” This will be an informal gathering where folks choose songs for everyone’s enjoyment Participants sit in a circle and share a song with the group. Songs can be those commonly-known in the folk/country/americana repertoire. “Rise Up Singing” is a great reference for song material. 


For info call 802-793-3016

or email:

Thursday, November 2nd at 7pm
Bob and Sarah Amos  
at The Willey Building Auditorium

$12 Advance / $15 at the Door
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The Vermont father-daughter duo Bob & Sarah Amos present an exciting and varied program of Americana and Bluegrass original and traditional songs, with intricate guitar work and soaring vocal harmonies.


Bob & Sarah’s new album “Ever Onward” recently topped the national folk album airplay charts, and their new version of Bob’s Vermont inspired song  “The Hills That I Call Home” is currently the # 1 song in America on the national Folk Alliance International chart. 


Together, Bob & Sarah Amos provide a highly entertaining program, ranging from powerful bluesy bluegrass to beautiful ballads, which is sure to please all fans of acoustic music.

Thursday, November 30th at 7pm
Patti Casey and Colin McCaffrey
at The Willey Building Auditorium

$12 Advance / $15 at the Door
Patti Casey and Colin McCaffrey are two native Vermonters who have sung and played together for decades. Both are award winning songwriters with multiple solo recordings.

Through five, award-winning albums, Patti has pioneered the creation of a unique New England genre of folk-storytelling-bluegrass whose signature sound has since been imitated yet remains unmatched.

Colin is the consummate multi-instrumentalist. If an instrument has strings, Colin can play it. His music draws on influences from jazz, country, bluegrass, blues and folk

Thursday, December 28th at 7pm
Bow Thayer
at The Willey Building Auditorium
$12 Advance / $15 at the Door
As Seven Days puts it, "Bow Thayer has been kicking up a beautiful racket in Vermont for many years now." Indeed, Bow has been making a racket for as long as he can remember. As for the songs themselves, Bow acknowledges "they are about as 'Vermont' as I can get. They sound to me like they literally grew up out of the rocky soil of the Green Mountains. They contain all the trials and tribulations you find living here, as well as some global perspective from our little weird bubble of a state."
Bow’s music is always evolving and unpredictable. After recording his classic Americana album, Spend it All, with Levon Helm on drums, Bow forged a daring music path that has explored folk, prog, blues, world music, improv and psychedelia on his journey to bring backwoods music into the present.
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