grey and means

Sara Grey and her son, Kieron Means, play old-time ballads, cowboy songs and Primitive Methodist hymns.

The duo will be performing at the Landmark Schoolhouse in Cabot Sunday, March 4 at 4 p.m.

Sara's unique frailing banjo style and Kieron's blues-inflected guitar are in perfect harmony and this instinctive, family symbiosis is what sets them apart.

Sara has 60 years worth of knowledge of songs and ballads and how they've moved and evolved.

Kieron has become an outstanding performer of traditional songs from the U.S. and the abroad, ranging from Delta Blues to the traditional and old-timey music he learned as a young musician traveling with Sara and other musicians. His style is uniquely his own and his repertoire includes his own beautifully written contemporary songs.

The Landmark School house is located at 1643 Route 215 in Lower Cabot. Tickets range from $16 in advance to $20 at the door. Doors Open at 3:30 p.m. To reserve a seat visit and for more information call (802) 793-3016 or email