Saturday December 4, 2021

7:30pm EDT

Cloudbelly at The Ripton Community Coffee House on the Road

The Ripton Community Coffee House on the Road presents Signature Sound recording artists Cloudbelly, a collaboration between Corey Laitman and Anand Nayak. Corey Laitman's singer-songwriting talents led to being chosen an NPR Tiny Desk recipient and being awarded a formal showcase at the Northeast Regional Folk Alliance conference. Anand Nayak has earned a stellar reputation as a guitarist, producer and songwriter. For two decades he has been guitarist for the popular Americana-folk band Rani Arbo and daisy mayhem. Covid guidelines~proof of vaccination required, masking for all indoors. Cloudbelly will play two sets, beginning at 7:30. The concert will also be Livestreamed! Links available at www.rcch.org Admission: $10 -$20 For more information: 802-349-3364 or rcchfolks@gmail.com. Ripton Community Coffee House on the Road location for this show- Burnham Hall, Lincoln, VT 05443

Cloudbelly

A collaboration between Corey Laitman and Anand Nayak, "Cloudbelly shimmers with shades of Joni Mitchell in Laitman’s vocals, and an overall dreamy Cowboy Junkies Zen-out vibe." -WBUR
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Ripton Community Coffee House
1305 VT-125
Ripton, VT

We are temporarily unable to be in our usual location at the Ripton Community House in Ripton. We are holding our in-person concerts at various local venues. We are also streaming all of our shows as another viewing option. The Ripton Community Coffee House is a non-profit concert series held the first Saturday of each month throughout the year (except for July and August). Since we began having concerts in May 1995, we have been very fortunate to have a consistent, enthusiastic, and attentive audience at each performance. The coffeehouse is held in the historic Ripton Community House, a beautiful 1864 wood frame meeting hall with a small balcony, located at 1305 Vermont Route 125, Ripton, Vermont 05766, a block up from the Ripton General Store, just next to the town office. It seats about 120 people.