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Dave Ball Jom Hammack Steve Goldman Sue Schmidt
Dave Balla guitarist and blues harp player, song writer and vocalist, has been described as a "better looking, less weird version of David Byrne". In addition to The Brevity Thing, he currently plays with Milton Busker and The Grim
Jom Hammackwhile best known as a mandolin and guitar player, was nominated for a grammy for best kazoo solo on a jazz album. He has played and recorded with musicians across the county and currently plays with Milton Busker and The Grim.
Steve Goldman has been playing guitar and upright bass in the Burlington area for almost fifteen years. In addition to the Brevity Thing, he has been the bassist for Red Hot Juba since 2006. His playing style has been described as "merely adequate" to "didn't take anything away from the guitarists, so there's that" to "hey can that thing get any louder?"
Susanne Schmidt had the good fortune of being born into a family of talented and dedicated musicians, and began her musical studies at the age of six. Currently the drummer of The Brevity Thing, she has also played with Shadow of Longs, Lucrecia Crumb, Hard to Please and In Line Harmony - Vermont's first all women drum-line. Susanne has recently expanded her performing career to include comedic storytelling and is a member of the Vermont Comedy Divas
Come See Us...
April 10 - 7pm - Black Box Theater - Burlington, Vermont
May 22 - 7pm - Jericho Tavern, Vermont
June 3 - 7pm - Bees Knees - Lamoille, Vermont
August 12 - 7pm - Bees Knees - Lamoille, Vermont
August 23 - 11am - Radio Bean - Burlington
September 19 - Private Party
December 23 - Sweet Melissa's - Montpelier
December 26 - The Resevoir, Waterbury
December 31 - Contois Auditorium - First Night Burlington
January 15 - Radio Bean, Burlington
January 22 - Jericho Tavern, Jericho
February 6 - 7pm with The Three Tellers - Twilight Theater - Lyndon State College