Singer Songwriter Rick Redington at Sunapee CoffeeHouse Jan. 22

Singer, songwriter Rick Redington performs at the Sunapee Community Coffeehouse on Friday, January 22 at 7 p.m.

Redington has been performing in and around the Northeast for nearly 20 years. He is a founding member of The Huge Members, one half of the acoustic duo The Heavily Bros., and recently with the backup band Rick Redington & The Luv. Redington has also worked with A Rather Large Band, an 11 piece ensemble, and as a member of a three-piece jazz project called VII.

A giant of a performer, Rick Redington sings with nuance and passion. His powerful voice soars above the valleys of the Green Mountains, and his virtuoso guitar playing is as smooth and velvety as the hillsides themselves. – Don Hirsch, Director of Paramount Theatre

Touring with his band three times each year and holding weekly and monthly residencies in Vermont and New York City, keeps Redington busy.

With seven album releases to date, Redington is working on his eighth.

Redington has opened for plenty of national recording artists: Joe Walsh, Blue Oyster Cult, The New Riders, Rick Danko, Warren Haynes & Gov’t Mule, Cake, April Wine, Mike Keneally (former F.Z. guitarist)… and, most recently, for Hot Tuna, The Wailers, Richie Havens, Jonathan Edwards, and The Samples.

The Sunapee Community Coffeehouse is located in the Methodist Church (meeting room), Lower Main Street, Sunapee. It is an all-volunteer effort started to provide a listening room for professional and amateur musicians and appreciative audiences. There is no cover charge. The hat is passed for the musicians and venue expenses. For more information include how one can support the Coffeehouse as a volunteer or sponsor, visit: www.sunapeecoffeehouse.org.

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