Jeremy Gilchrist at Radio Bean September 30, 2018   Leave a comment



I had a great time seeing music a couple of Sundays ago at Radio Bean. Jeremy Gilchrist – Singer-Songwriter used to play around all the time, but recently moved south. He swung back to town on a lovely day in late September. It was open streets day, so I enjoyed the lovely walk down the middle of North Winooski ave for the 2pm show at the Bean. I got in and settled and noted a few other friends of Jeremy there. He opened with the Vermont inspired Thunder From Mansfield To The Lake and followed with another song from his first album. Great Filter, like most of his songs, asks questions to evoke an understanding of our mortality and where we are taking our lives. After two from the first album, he followed with a few from his new album Threaded. Interstellar Kid was fun, while The Endless War was all too real. Faded Movie Reel was a look at the past to help better understand the future. He pulled out a fun cover of Round Here then played a song about how It’s Hard To Resist. He played the lovely title song to the new EP then followed with another cover. His version of Floyd’s The Gunner’s Dream fit in perfectly. He ended the set with another older song called The Great Escape, which floats hauntingly, but the audience wanted more. He closed with Pigs On The Wing into Wish You Were Here and left us sated.

I hung out and chatted for a bit then took the sunny middle of the day walk home. It had been a great afternoon of music and the evening looked like it had possibilities too.




Posted October 18, 2018 by tmusicfan in Rock Shows

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