Concert for Wildlife on Oct. 17 at HCA

GREENSBORO – Highland Center for the Arts will present “The Concert for Wildlife” on Sunday, Oct. 17, at 3 p.m.

courtesy photo | Dave Mallett reigns as one of America’s great singer-songwriters, having authored such folk classics as “The Garden Song” and “The Ballad of Saint Anne’s Reel.” His songs have been covered by countless other artists, including Emmy Lou Harris and Alison Kraus. He will play and sing at the Concert for Wildlife on October 17.

This is a benefit concert with The Mallett Brothers Band, Dave Mallett, and Tish Hinojosa to support the Vermont Wildlife Coalition Educational Fund, the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, and the Lake Champlain Committee.

Singer-songwriter David Mallett is one of America’s true original troubadours. In four decades, he has recorded 17 albums, had several hundred covers of his songs, including the American folk classic “Garden Song” (Inch by Inch, Row by Row), and has performed in clubs, concert halls and festivals across the US, Canada and Europe. He has appeared on numerous broadcasts, including National Public Radio’s “A Prairie Home Companion.”

courtesy photo | The Chicago Tribune says, “Simply put, Hinojosa is a first-class songwriter.” West is her seventeenth album, and she will perform at the Concert for Wildlife on October 17.
courtesy photo | Texas Hill Country calls the Mallett Brothers “New England’s wildly eclectic genre rebels.” Their music is a mix of alt country, Americana, and roots rock that comes from deep within the pine woods of Maine will be featured at the Concert for Wildlife at the Highland Center for the Arts on October 17.

Tish Hinojosa recorded her debut 1989 album, “Homeland,” for the A&M imprint, which also boasted folk singer/songwriter/guitarist David Wilcox and Cajun poet Zachary Richard. After a fallow period of four years, Hinojosa was revitalized, writing a number of new songs.

The Mallett Brothers Band is an independent rock and roll/Americana/country band from Maine. Their tour schedule since forming in 2009 has helped them to build a dedicated fan base across the U.S. and beyond while still calling the state of Maine their home. With a style that ranges from alt-country to Americana, country, jam and roots rock, theirs is a musical melting pot that’s influenced equally by the singer/songwriter tradition as by harder rock, classic country and psychedelic sounds. 

With the health of our community in mind, patrons are expected to be vaccinated against COVID -19 and will be asked to show proof of vaccination, either with an original vaccination card, xerox of the card, cell phone photograph or verifiable health info PDA app. Alternately, attendees can provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test (PCR) performed within 72 hours of the show. In accordance with CDC recommendations and Vermont Department of Health regarding indoor spaces, masks are required.