Kevin Parry: Musician + InstructorKevin Parry, based in Southern Vermont, is one of New England's premier musicians and music instructors.
He is a regular performer in the Mount Snow region, appearing at such places as The Sitzmark, The Last Chair, The West Dover Inn and Rick's Tavern. He also hosts Open Mic at The Marina Restaurant in Brattleboro every Thursday night from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.
Kevin also plays in the trio Three Way Street which specializes in bluegrass and swing, American Pop and the Brattlyn Brothers which both offer popular music from the 50's thru 70's, and Classic Country which specializes in C&W standards.
Kevin has been playing gigs in Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Connecticut for over 30 years!
He is available to play at weddings, festivals, and private parties.
Kevin specializes in singing the classic tunes of the 60's, 70's, and 80's as well as blues, bluegrass and slide guitar. He is always willing to take requests and has a working songlist of over 400 songs!
He accompanies himself on acoustic and electric guitar and harmonica. He covers such artists as Bob Dylan, James Taylor, the Grateful Dead, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Eric Clapton.
In addition, Kevin Parry offers private lessons in guitar, electric bass, drum set, and mandolin.
He is also a sound engineer and owns a sound system complete with monitors, and is available for indoor or outdoor gigs.
Kevin is the regular sound engineer for The Strolling of the Heifers, The Guilford Fair, The Brattleboro Brewers Festival and the Heath Fair.
To contact Kevin Parry, please call 802-257-7428.
.: SOUND EQUIPMENTKevin has a high quality sound system which is available for festivals, concerts, and functions. It includes up to 4 floor monitors and 20 channels of mixing. His state of the art equipment includes JBL speakers, Crown amplifiers and Shure microphones.
.: AUDIO SAMPLES
Kevin Parry - Route 66
Kevin Parry - Pink Cadillac
Kevin Parry - Worried Blues
Kevin Parry - Friend of the Devil
Kevin Parry - I Fought the Law
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