Vermont-native Martha Hull creates cute and deadly art and stories. She is an entrepreneurial artist who has self-published two books and regularly sets up shop at the Burlington Farmers Market. She describes herself as “the love child of Edward Gorey and a flying rainbow unicorn.”
Keyboardist-comedian-songwriter Adam Cooper Wood grew up in California steeped in the music business before moving to Vermont and playing with Uncle Juice, Dig 3, a Vermont production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Physics Club, and making up songs for his own amusement. You can see him weekly now as part of the musical improv troupe Slinky Says Relax.
Rev. Diane Sullivan talks about singing with Dirty Blondes and Everybody’s Favorite Irish Drinking Songs Band, getting naked around Burlington, almost getting abducted in France, and her career as art director at Seven Days.
Then, Brian Sylvester talks about growing up in VA & WV in a government family and how his unlikely path studying horticulture, yoga, jazz & classical guitar, and massage therapy lead to his unique paintings that hang around the world.
Starting in Sunday, September 17, 2017, my new hour-long interview show Vermont Favorites hits the airwaves and the podwaves. Tune in to WBTV-LP 99.3FM in Burlington, Vermont on Sunday mornings at 11am. Each week, I talk with makers, doers, artists, and performers about their unique journeys and what they love about living in Vermont.
If you miss a broadcast, you can check in here to download or subscribe to the podcast.