Jun
17

David Bromberg Quintet

The Double E at T Rex Theater at The Double E Performance Center

Essex Junction, VT

Show: 8:00PM

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  • PREMIER ORCHESTRA (ROW A-C) General Admission
    $75.00(price)
    $4.53(srv)
  • ORCHESTRA (Row D-H) General Admission
    $60.00(price)
    $4.03(srv)
  • STADIUM PLUS (ROW I-N) General Admission
    $50.00(price)
    $3.71(srv)
  • STADIUM (ROW O-S) General Admission
    $40.00(price)
    $3.38(srv)
  • ADA SEATING (ROW H) General Admission
    Tickets will go on sale 2/4 at 10:00AM
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Event Details

Box Office Opens: 6:30 PM

Double E Doors: 7:00 PM

Theater Doors: 7:30 PM

Showtime: 8:00 PM

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DAVID BROMBERG QUINTET


With his 1971 self-titled Columbia Records release, multi-instrumentalist, singer and songwriter David Bromberg emerged as a wunderkind of American roots music. The disc’s blend of traditional and original material, virtuosic musicianship and iconic cover art trumpeted the arrival of a new artist of audacious vision. Over the course of seven more albums for Columbia & Fantasy Records and through associations with Bob Dylan, Jerry Jeff Walker, John Hartford, George Harrison, the Grateful Dead, Emmylou Harris and Bonnie Raitt, Bromberg’s reputation and following grew exponentially. However, the incessant demands of touring finally brought the recordings and shows to an end in the early 1980s. 
A twenty-two-year drought ended in 2006 with the release of the Grammy-nominated solo effort Try Me One More Time. In 2011 David followed up with Use Me, a typically unorthodox Bromberg-ian effort, partnering him with Linda Ronstadt, Vince Gill, Los Lobos, Dr. John, Keb’ Mo, John Hiatt, Levon Helm and others as David asked them to either write or choosesongs and then produce him performing them. 
Two more albums emerged from 2013 to 2017, Only Slightly Mad and The Blues the Whole Blues and Nothing But the Blues, both produced by 3 x Grammy winner Larry Campbell. Recorded at Levon Helm’s Barn, Only Slightly Mad brought the band back to David’s eclectic ‘kitchen sink’ musical philosophy, while The Whole Blues  proved Texas fiddler Johnny Gimbel’s  theory that: “There are only two songs—‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ and the blues.” The band skipped the ‘Banner’ and headed straight for the blues, winning the 2017 Downbeat Critic’s Poll for Best Blues Album. 
With David’s band settling into its current lineup: Mark Cosgrove (guitar, mandolin, vocals), Nate Grower (fiddle, mandolin, guitar, vocals), Josh Kanusky (drums, vocals) and newest member, Suavek Zaniesienko (bass, vocals), they entered the studio in mid-2019 for a different approach to record-making. The resulting album, Big Road, gives Bromberg fans the most intimate portrait to date of David and his band, musically and visually. Featuring twelve new recordings, five hi-def performance videos and a mini-documentary detailing the album’s creation, the content rich album was released on Compass/Red House Records as a CD/DVD combo pack and gatefold vinyl album. Unfortunately COVID put an end to all live shows until fall 2021, which is where David is poised to write his next chapter.

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COVID GUIDELINES AS OF MARCH 28, 2022

Due to Vermont’s high vaccination rate and significantly declining local hospitalization rates, we will no longer be requiring proof of vaccination or masks for events at the Double E Performance Center unless specifically requested by the artist. This change will take effect immediately today, March 28 and will apply to performances in both the T Rex Theater and the Double E Lounge.

 

Please continue to keep an eye out for updates on any protocol changes in the future.

 

As always, please feel free to contact us at info@doubleevermont.com with any questions or concerns.

 

We will continue to follow state guidelines to ensure the utmost safety of our patrons, staff, community, and all those who plan on attending the Double E Performance Center.

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T REX THEATER AT THE DOUBLE E PERFORMANCE CENTER

The Double E Performance Center is home to The T Rex Theater - a 400 seat multipurpose events space that hosts blockbuster movies, the best-sounding concerts, engaging speaking events, live-streamed programs, and private rentals as well! This is a general admission seated show in the T Rex Theater - seats are first-come, first-served. Our theater is outfitted with plush reclining chairs featuring cupholders that make for the most comfortable concert-going experience in Vermont. 

  • Unless otherwise listed, our shows are all ages. All guests need a ticket to seated shows. Much like an airline, we will welcome well-behaved babies who can stay seated on their parent's laps. We ask that parents remove loud or distracting children and cooperate if our concert staff ask you to do so. 

  • Drinks are allowed in the theater; cupholders are available with each chair 

  • Dancing is more than welcome! We will never ask you to sit down, but please be aware of your impact on your neighbors. Folks are welcome to dance in aisle ways so long as they follow the directions of our concert staff. Folks may be asked to vacate aisle ways at times and dance in their seat. Seat aisles are larger than most theaters! 

  • Concerts often feature visualizers, flashing lights, and fast movement 

  • Tickets are nonrefundable unless the show is completely canceled

Located on the campus that used to be known as The Essex Outlets and Cinema, The Essex Experience is an effort to reclaim retail spaces and turn them into cultural centers. You can spend a whole day here with Black Flannel Brewery, Black Flannel Distillery, Magic Man Cannabis Cafe, Sukho Thai, Uncommon Coffee, Arthound Gallery, The Mad Taco, The Double E Performance Center, Essex Cinemas, and so much more.

Our venue is completely ADA Accessible. Row H features wheelchair-accessible space, as well as accessible seating. If special accommodations will make your visit more comfortable, please reach out to us at Info@DoubleEVermont.Com



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T Rex Theater at The Double E Performance Center

21 Essex Way, Ste 300, Essex Junction, VT, 05452

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