Last month the Vermont Department of Tourism announced plans for a new virtual music performance series, Forevergreen: A Vermont Adventure In Music, featuring a mix of artists who have an affinity for the Green Mountain State. Produced by Higher Ground Presents, Forevergreen’s five-part virtual concert series features local Vermont musicians, as well as regional and national acts performing live from a mix of venues across the state including South Burlington’s Higher Ground.
The third and latest installment of the new series premiered on Saturday and treats viewers to pro-shot performances from Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks, Grace Potter, and Dwight & Nicole.
The 44-minute episode opens with Potter performing one of her new originals “Eachother”, along with “Love is Love” and an outdoor a-cappella version of “Nothing But the Water”. The video continues with indie-soul trio Dwight & Nicole performing “Further”, “Electric Lights”, and “Back to Blue”, while Susan and Derek’s set closes things out with stripped-down, duet performances of “Do I Look Worried”, “When Will I Begin”, and “The Storm”.
Each performance segment is also edited together with a brief interview where each artist discusses their respective connection to the New England state.
Watch the third episode of Forevergreen: A Vermont Adventure In Music in full via the video player below.
Forevergreen Ep. 3 – Susan Tedeschi & Derek Trucks, Grace Potter, and Dwight & Nicole
[Video: Vermont Tourism]
The first two episodes of the online live music series featured performances from Taj Mahal, Twiddle, Kat Wright, Lucius, Ryan Miller (Guster), and Will Keeper. Fans can watch the first three episodes on the Vermont Tourism YouTube page.
— Vermont Tourism (@VermontTourism) January 2, 2021