- Tickets or $18 day of show
Masks are required for all patrons and staff until further notice. Patrons will also be asked to show their vaccination card or a photo of their vaccination card when they enter the club. Patrons will be asked to show proof each time they attend BRT. If a patron is not able to show proof of vaccination they will not be allowed to attend the performance. Call in your reservations for our March 12 show with Rock Hearts to 401-725-9272.
Formed in 2013, Rock Hearts brings together five veteran musicians from Southern New England who love to sing and pick bluegrass, old country tunes, and seek out newer tunes from other genres to “bluegrass-ify.” Since the release of their well-received debut in 2020, "Starry Southern Nights," they have experienced tremendous success on the national bluegrass charts and were selected as one of 20 Official Showcase Bands at the 2021 IBMA World of Bluegrass in Raleigh, NC. Their videos have amassed 250k views and the band has been featured in magazines including Bluegrass Unlimited, Bluegrass Today and the Bluegrass Situation. Joe Deetz’s career on banjo spans over 40 years. A New England Bluegrass Boy with Joe Val, Joe has also worked with Back Eddy and many others. Alex MacLeod grew up in bluegrass. With a classic leading voice and rock-solid rhythm guitar, Alex has served as front man for several bands in the region including Northern Lights, Southern Rhode, Back Eddy, and the Iron Skillet Band. Billy “BT” Thibodeau boasts an undeniable bluegrass pedigree and he brings his high tenor and lead vocals, along with his rock solid mandolin and guitar playing to Rock Hearts. Cutting his teeth with his Dad, Sam Tidwell and Uncle Bob in the Kennebec Valley Boys, he would later lead his own band, The Bill Thibodeau Band. Billy currently teaches at Rick’s Music in Cumberland, RI. Rick Brodsky is a multi-instrumentalist who has played within numerous musical genres over 35 years. Rick is a regular on the Connecticut/New York bluegrass scene and has played bass for numerous regional and national artists. Austin Scelzo was introduced to various fiddle traditions at Mark O’Connor’s early Berklee String Camps. He teaches Wernick Method Jam classes, created and maintains the performance venue, the Bluegrass Coffeehouse, and launched the Connecticut Bluegrass Music Association.
* All ticket prices include a $1.00 per ticket restoration charge.