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Bluegrass Gospel Project on Village Green is all-Vermont

CASTLETON-On Tuesday, July 5, the popular Vermont-based Bluegrass Gospel Project band will return for a performance at the Annual Castleton Summer Concert Series on the Village Green, 7 p.m. The rain site is the tent on the green.

The Bluegrass Gospel Project has been impressing Vermont audiences with expertly-rendered performances since its inception in 2001.

The group has been called one of New England's premier concert acts.

The BGP brings together top-tier vocalists and instrumentalists to interpret a wide range of material, from southern spirituals and Appalachian gems to contemporary songs by Brett Dennen and U2. The BGP is truly unique in that it presents a repertoire of music with a spiritual sensibility but without any religious agenda.

The Bluegrass Gospel Project has released five full-length albums and has appeared at hundreds of concert halls, festivals, and churches throughout the northeast and nearby Canada.

The July 3 concert is free.

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