Cider Saturday with Breanna Elaine!
We’re excited to welcome back Breanna Elaine to Stowe Cider for Cider Saturday, on December 3 from 4 to 7 p.m. Join us for a fun evening of live music and fresh cider! This is a free show, first come first served, and you’re welcome to stay for as long as you’d like!
Breanna has always had a life filled with music. As a child she played violin, bass guitar and sang in a youth group band who performed weekly at soup kitchens for the homeless. Born and raised in Brattleboro, Vermont, she moved to Northampton, Massachusetts for her teen years where she played with several self made bands and sang in a locally performing choir centered around African folk music and other explorative music genres. At 18 Breanna moved to the Rutland, Vermont area to care for her grandmother and brought her lifelong passion for singing/songwriting with her. Breanna’s music is dripping with plenty of earthy folk sounds, but also has undertones of rock, jazz and even punk. Comparisons have included singer/songwriter Jewel, as well as legends Alanis Morissette and Stevie Nicks. She released her first album “Flower In The Sun” in 2020, and is recognized around Vermont for her unique sound and songwriting talent.