Grammy-nominated songwriter Reed Foehl writes stories of the human condition with lyrics and voice that push boundaries while paying homage to tradition… dusty, patient, genuine folk americana. His sixth studio album, “Wild Wild Love” (2022) was recorded with The Band of Heathens in Austin, TX. He first hit radars as the lead singer of the relentlessly touring Boulder, Colorado, band Acoustic Junction. He was nominated for a Grammy Award for the song “Fly”, co-written with southern artist Brent Cobb, which country legend Lee Ann Womack recorded. His songs have also appeared in network television and major film productions.

Reed will perform at Stage 33 Live in Bellows Falls, Vermont, on Saturday, April 20, 2024 at 7:00 PM along with celebrated session drummer Jeff Berlin, veteran of the Boston scene who has recorded and performed with — in addition to Reed — Jeffrey Foucault, Bow Thayer, Boris McCutcheon, and many more. He’s played on over 100 albums.

Multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter Tommy Crawford will open. A talented solo musician, Crawford is better known for his work in live theater and independent film as an actor, composer and lyricist, arranger, and music director. He is a founding member and director of NYC-based band / songwriting / theater collective The Lobbyists, which often explores the intersection between musical performance and theatrical storytelling.

This show was rescheduled from January due to weather. Tickets are $20 in advance or at the door. Advance tickets guarantee entry. Only 40 tickets will be sold. The event will be recorded and filmed. More info and tickets at