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Beg, Steal, Or Borrow

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About Beg, Steal, Or Borrow
Genres:
Bluegrass
Band Members:
Jeremy Sicely ~ Guitar Vocals, Geoff Goodhue ~ Mandolin Vocals, Roland Clark ~ Violin, Fran Forim ~ Bass Vocals, Luke Auriemmo ~ Banjo Vocals, Bios, Guitar and DobroResophonic Guitar player Jeremy Sicely, Lunar Railroad, Jeremy returned to his musical roots, picked up a Dobro, and helped form Bluegrass group The Medicinals, and later linked up with already well formed Bluegrass outfit, Gold Town from Southern Vermont. On the latest Gold Town Album Jeremy penned one song and sat in on Dobro on a three songs., More recent conquests include Flat Top Trio, family band, Raised in Boxford, Massachusetts, his interest broadened to include percussion. He later studied music at Ohio University, graduating with an honors degree in Percussion Performance plus a certificate in Environmental Studies. Outside academics, Geoff has collaborated with many groups including the award winning band, Lobster Clinic, J.D. Hutchison and Realbilly Jive, Hurra Kam Rada and The Local Girls. Geoff currently resides in East Hardwick, Vermont and performs regularly with the Bread and Puppet Brass Band, his family outfit “The Goodhues Band” goodhuesband.com and local string band, “Granite Junction” as mandolinist and vocalist. He also accompanies Afro-Caribbean and Modern dance classes throughout Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. Goodhue recently performed on “Mountain Stage” in Morgantown, WV with Logan Venderlic. Outside of music, Geoff has dedicated much of his energy to protecting New England’s mountains from degradation stemming from wastewater pollution, pedestrian traffic and ridgeline industrialization., Roland has performed as a soloist with the Yonder Mountain String Band and opened for bluegrass greats Peter Rowan and Tony Rice. He has made guest appearances with Vermont musicians Will Patton, Tammy Fletcher, Bob Degree, Gordon Stone, the Starline Rythm Boys, the WDEV Radio Rangers, the Mud City Ramblers and Patrick Ross, and has performed in numerous festivals and showcase events statewide as part of Young Tradition Vermont. Most recently, a radio profile on Roland was aired by NPR as part of its nationwide All Things Considered program. Roland is a member of the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and studies violin at Boston University with Peter Zazofsky; he is a senior at People's Academy in Morrisville., Fran has been playing bass in numerous outfits between Vermont and California for many years. Hailing from Glover, VT Fran has played with a wide range of groups including Snakeroot, The Mud City Ramblers, Bacon Grease String Band, the Buterbeans and most recently, Granite Junction., Living in the Johnson, Luke was a founding member of the notorious Mud City Ramblers and later on, the Bacon Grease String Band. With musical influences ranging from Jerry Garcia, Slayer, Bach and Earl Scruggs, to name a few, you never know what to expect from him. But isn't that the way it is with all banjo players? Buy him a PBR and he'll tell you his life story.
Hometown:
Johnson, Vermont

Beg, Steal, Or Borrow
Vermont's homegrown tribute to the music of Old and In The Way
About Beg, Steal, Or Borrow
Genres:
Bluegrass
Band Members:
Jeremy Sicely ~ Guitar Vocals, Geoff Goodhue ~ Mandolin Vocals, Roland Clark ~ Violin, Fran Forim ~ Bass Vocals, Luke Auriemmo ~ Banjo Vocals, Bios, Guitar and DobroResophonic Guitar player Jeremy Sicely, Lunar Railroad, Jeremy returned to his musical roots, picked up a Dobro, and helped form Bluegrass group The Medicinals, and later linked up with already well formed Bluegrass outfit, Gold Town from Southern Vermont. On the latest Gold Town Album Jeremy penned one song and sat in on Dobro on a three songs., More recent conquests include Flat Top Trio, family band, Raised in Boxford, Massachusetts, his interest broadened to include percussion. He later studied music at Ohio University, graduating with an honors degree in Percussion Performance plus a certificate in Environmental Studies. Outside academics, Geoff has collaborated with many groups including the award winning band, Lobster Clinic, J.D. Hutchison and Realbilly Jive, Hurra Kam Rada and The Local Girls. Geoff currently resides in East Hardwick, Vermont and performs regularly with the Bread and Puppet Brass Band, his family outfit “The Goodhues Band” goodhuesband.com and local string band, “Granite Junction” as mandolinist and vocalist. He also accompanies Afro-Caribbean and Modern dance classes throughout Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. Goodhue recently performed on “Mountain Stage” in Morgantown, WV with Logan Venderlic. Outside of music, Geoff has dedicated much of his energy to protecting New England’s mountains from degradation stemming from wastewater pollution, pedestrian traffic and ridgeline industrialization., Roland has performed as a soloist with the Yonder Mountain String Band and opened for bluegrass greats Peter Rowan and Tony Rice. He has made guest appearances with Vermont musicians Will Patton, Tammy Fletcher, Bob Degree, Gordon Stone, the Starline Rythm Boys, the WDEV Radio Rangers, the Mud City Ramblers and Patrick Ross, and has performed in numerous festivals and showcase events statewide as part of Young Tradition Vermont. Most recently, a radio profile on Roland was aired by NPR as part of its nationwide All Things Considered program. Roland is a member of the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and studies violin at Boston University with Peter Zazofsky; he is a senior at People's Academy in Morrisville., Fran has been playing bass in numerous outfits between Vermont and California for many years. Hailing from Glover, VT Fran has played with a wide range of groups including Snakeroot, The Mud City Ramblers, Bacon Grease String Band, the Buterbeans and most recently, Granite Junction., Living in the Johnson, Luke was a founding member of the notorious Mud City Ramblers and later on, the Bacon Grease String Band. With musical influences ranging from Jerry Garcia, Slayer, Bach and Earl Scruggs, to name a few, you never know what to expect from him. But isn't that the way it is with all banjo players? Buy him a PBR and he'll tell you his life story.
Hometown:
Johnson, Vermont

Beg, Steal, Or Borrow
Vermont's homegrown tribute to the music of Old and In The Way