Friday, Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m.—TINMOUTH—The Old Firehouse Crew is pleased but sad to announce that PossumHaw will be bringing their much-loved original bluegrass and folk music to Tinmouth one last time on Friday, Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m.
After performing together for 12 years, PossumHaw is playing its final round of shows this winter. Husband and wife band members Ryan and Colby Crehan will be moving to Wyoming at the end of winter. The Old Firehouse is honored to be asked to host its farewell concert in Southern Vermont on Friday.
“Vermont has been our home for the past 13 years, and I can’t image a better place to create and share PossumHaw’s music,” says lead singer Colby Crehan. “Tinmouth’s Old Firehouse is PossumHaw’s home away from home, and we can’t wait to come and have one more Haw-down with you!”
This final show will be a time to celebrate and enjoy some more of their one-of-a-kind music.
PossumHaw delivers a special combination: the drive of bluegrass and the original lyricism of folk, delivered by Colby Crehan, one of the finest female vocalists in the region. Jazz and blues influences weave through a repertoire of original music fueled by her skilled songwriting.
In addition to finely-crafted music provided by the entire band, front man Ryan Crehan makes audiences feel right at home with wonderful stage presence and wry humor.
PossumHaw is what the Northeast folk and bluegrass music scene is all about—excellent original acoustic live music delivered with skill, sincerity, and personality.
The Old Firehouse is at Mountain View Road and Route 140 in Tinmouth. Doors will open at 7 p.m. There is a suggested donation of $10, 90 percent of which goes to the performers. Desserts, coffee and tea will be available; donations for them will help support Tinmouth community activities.
Parking at the Community Church across the road is recommended. There is no snow date; concert takes place if the performers can get here. For more info, call 802-446-3457 or visit Facebook – Tinmouth Old Firehouse Concerts.
Photo courtesy of Old Tinmouth Firehouse