Stage 33 Live presents Stone & Snow with Luminous Crush on Aug. 25

BELLOWS FALLS — Named "Best Folk/Soul Artist" at the 2022 Richmond International Film & Music Festival, Stone & Snow is an Americana pairing of songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Karen Bridges and Clint Thomson. "Their collaboration is filled with close harmonies and thoughtful lyrics, with a name that nods to mountain landscapes of the West," notes the artists' (1)website.

Their latest album, Delicate and Wild, released this year, was recorded with (2)producer David Mayfield.

Stone & Snow are on tour and, through a late-breaking unexpected twist of fate, the opportunity developed to bring them to Stage 33 Live on Friday, Aug. 25, at 7 p.m., with a very special low $10 ticket.

Luminous Crush, performing as an acoustic duo, will open.

Bridges and Thomson are passionate about elevating women in music. Through hosting performances for women artists, their work collecting data on the gender balance in their local scene, and Bridges's involvement in the "Girls Rock!" franchise, Stone & Snow are invested in seeing more women grow and thrive in the music industry. They currently reside in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Regional favorites Laura Molinelli and Ben Campbell of Luminous Crush will open in their acoustic duo configuration - sometimes dubbed AcoustiCrush - with their fusion of bluegrass, outlaw country, dream pop, and indie rock.

Molinelli came up as a singer-songwriter during the 1990s folk scene in New York City alongside such artists as Dar Williams and Lucy Kaplansky. Campbell has written and produced records under the moniker "Saint Albums" on the indie label Lonely Highway and has collaborated with musical luminaries including Tony-winning artist Anaïs Mitchell (Hadestown), Caleb Elder (Route 7 Ramblers) and Jake Geppert (Bondville Boys).

Tickets for this show are available either in advance through or at the door. Advance tickets guarantee entry if the intimate 40-person capacity is reached. The event will be recorded and filmed.

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