Americana roots band brings originals and dance jams to Notte in Middlebury

Music makes the medicine go down
Americana roots band brings originals and dance jams to Notte this Saturday
They say a spoonful of sugar makes the medicine go down, but you probably won’t need sugar to sweeten the sounds of The Medicine Tribe coming to Notte, downstairs Two Brothers Tavern, this Saturday night. Band members Colleen Mari Mays (vocals and guitars), Peter Alsen (vocals and guitars), John Wallace (drums), T.J. Johnston (guitar), and Mike Schuster (bass) will feature Americana heartfelt roots, as well as dance jams and new originals.
Vermont born singer-songwriter Mays started her career singing with the Vermont Symphony Orchestra and their select choir, Counterpoint. She has been in many musical theater projects and spent a year as a cabaret singer. For the past decade she’s worked with many local artists performing in large bands, trios, duos and solo performances with styles like blues, jazz, folk, country, Appalachia and rock.
Alsen has been a performing singer even before his elementary school choir won the state championship. Growing up with a thirst to learn and share music, he plays guitar, bass, mandolin, piano and drums. He’s played in his own bands with styles like jam rock funk soul R&B reggae and bluegrass. He is also a dance hall reggae and hip hop music producer, radio and performance DJ and emcee.
Catch The Medicine Tribe at 10 p.m. this Saturday in Middlebury.

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