Jeff & Gina have been performing throughout Vermont for several years, featuring a variety of styles and instrumental diversity. Featuring vocals, guitar, viola, flute, tenor guitar, mandolin and bass, Jeff & GIna offer something that will interest all lovers of music. From R&B with vocal duets to soaring instrumentals, familiar and unique jazz standards, selections from Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonder, Prince, the Beatles and Sting, versatility is their strong point.
We are throwing an after party at Peg & Ters’s, co-hosted by Collective Arts Brewing, after the Vermont Wine Merchants Grand Tasting at Shelburne Farms. This event is open to the public, for industry and non-industry folks alike. There will be live music from Eric Buttery and a live art show from Jess Graham. C’mon down for a good time!
Super talented local musicians Bob Recupero and Michael Corn join us for a special night of music in the P&T lounge.
Bob’s early musical interest was sparked by cowboy songs, gunfighter ballads, as well as singer-songwriters and Rock & Roll...a founding member of DOWNPOUR, he made his living playing professionally with that group from the early 70’s into the mid 80’s.
From the lowlands of the Champlain Delta comes Michael Corn; wielding a half-dozen high-tension strings full of possibilities: a stroll down to the depression-era and half-way back ... perhaps an Irish air or the occasional murder ballad.
Our good friend and local hero is back for another great set of music. Dan Bolles of Seven Days calls Lowell a “A young tunesmith transformed into a true artistic force.” Big Heavy World says Thompson is "The most genuine sort of musician out there.” Rolling Stone magazine calls his music “Inspired Alt-Country.” Any way you cut it, Thompson’s work speaks for itself and has been vetted by his fellow musicians—hand picked to share stages with the likes of Graham Parker, Justin Townes Earle, and Dawes.
Graham Amedore from Calmont Beverage will join us on our new patio to pour five rosés from Calmont's amazing portfolio of wines. This will be a great chance to try different rosés from all corners of the globe, including France, Spain, Portugal, and even Long Island! Along side each glass will be a distinct cheese pairing to tickle your palate. Party starts at 6pm, tickets are $30. RSVP not required but highly recommended. For tickets/RSVP and more info, email us at email@example.com
Rare and original, their songs are catchy and integrated with humor; their lyrics speak of true-life experiences with a thread of the earliest cultural fabric we call Americana. The Hokum Bros. offer up an eclectic mix of original tunes with a pinch of nostalgia thrown in to insure audiences will be tapping their feet and wearing their happy faces long after the show is over. Band members are: Woody Keppel, Allan Nicholls, & Gus Ziesing. Recent appearances include Burlington Discover Jazz Festival, The Festival of Fools, and Tanglewood.
Many of you parents know Ethan Stokes from Bread and Butter farm, where he and ‘Mr. Chris’ teach an amazing music program for kids. We are lucky to have him join us on this night for some ‘adult’ style music with his newest project!
‘Duncan & Stokes’ is a new acoustic project of multi-instrumentalist/vocalist/songwriter Ethan Stokes and fiddler David Duncan. Although childhood acquaintances, Duncan and Stokes began playing music as a duo in the Fall of 2018. They focus on Stokes’ original songs, punctuated with traditional Celtic medleys and American folk tunes, for a dynamic blend of soulfulness and energy.
Collective Arts Brewing will be sponsoring our Wednesday Night Music series featuring live music from Rodney Putnam and friends. There will be beer specials highlighting new and unique beers from Collective Arts, as well as a Series 13 pop-up art gallery. We are very excited to once again host this amazing collective of beer, art & music!
Rodney Putnam is a local singer/songwriter who has been playing the greater Burlington area for nearly 20 years. Rodney enjoys playing those long forgotten covers that make you start guessing "who sang that?" with his own signature acoustic take. Think Crosby Stills & Nash, John Hiatt, Little Feat, & just mention The Tragically Hip and be ready for a long Canadian medley :)
"[Erin Cassels-Brown] channels classic country songwriting just left of the mainstream, from Steve Earle to Guy Clark.”— County Tracks
Erin Cassels-Brown is a songwriter and musician from Winooski, Vermont. He writes celestial country music that walks the line between the milky way and a county fair. After working as a carpenter and installing solar panels while playing in local bands and reading rock and roll biographies, he released his debut solo EP Northern Lights Vol. 1. These days he goes running in the mornings, plays in bars at night, and thinks in sad rhymes during the day. Playing over two hundred and forty shows across 12 states in 2017 as well as working with local musicians to assemble a rotating cast of players for his backing band, Erin has developed his reputation as one of Vermont's hardest working performers.
National Teacher Appreciation week is coming up the week of May 6th, and Peg & Ter's would like to help celebrate by offering special discounts to our area educators all week long! All local educators will receive 20% off food and one $5 specialty cocktail, craft beer or glass of wine. Any educators are welcome, No ID necessary. Offer good 4pm to close.
Since the age of 13, Lucy has traveled the country playing music from busking in the streets of New Orleans to securing slots in the jamband festival circuit. Lucy spent her college years playing with a colorful cast of Vermont musicians and collaborating with the acclaimed banjo and pedalsteel player, Gordon Stone.
She’ll be teaming up with one of our favorite Vermont local musicians, Brett Hughes who has previously rocked the P&T lounge with Lowell Thompson. Come on out for an awesome night of music!
Peg & Ter’s and Stonecutter Spirits invite you to Circa ‘72. This is it, this is the party we couldn't wait to throw! Saturday, March 23rd we'll pay homage to Peg & Ter, Tina's parents and the inspiration behind our bar, by recreating one of their amazing cocktail parties from the '70s. There will be 70s style dishes, a super groovy set of 70s music from DJ Abby, and we've teamed up with Stonecutter Spirits to craft a very special menu of classic, and not-so-classic cocktails.
And of course, no party would be complete without the proper outfit! Peg & Ter rocked a style that can only be described as "psychedelic 70s preppy," those of you who have seen their picture on our wall know what we mean. We warmly encourage you to dress the part. Grab your favorite 70s gear, raid your parents closet, or just improvise!
Show up in your finest psychedelic 70s cocktail attire and receive a small appetizer plate on us! At the end of the night we'll have an award for the best outfit, the winner will receive a gift card courtesy of Peg & Ter's and Stonecutter Spirits.
It's gonna be a groovy time!!
We'll be offering a burger + beer combo, which includes our amazing P&T burger and a draft beer, for only $12!! OR sub the burger out for a very special new burger creation available ONLY during Burger Week.
3 Little Pigs - 1/2 Fat Cow Farm beef, 1/2 Fat Cow Farm chorizo, bacon aioli, pulled pork, Shelburne farms smoked chedder.
The Billy Goat - Fat Cow Farm beef, balsamic glazed onion, tomato, arugula, honey goat cheese.
The Bernie 2020 - Fat Cow Farm beef, maple aioli, apple, bacon.
Based in Shelburne, Vermont, virtuoso violinist Jane Kittredge is a can be seen and heard performing with a variety of ensembles including the Vermont Symphony, the Springfield Symphony, the DCINY Symphony in New York City. On Wednesday Feb 27th, she joins us with her fantastic quartet Playing for Good for a free night of music in our lounge.
They will begin with rock-folk string quartet tunes from 6:30-7:30 then they will segue into classically-inspired folk tunes with Jane’s father Charlie from 7:30-8:30pm. Please join us for this very special night of music!
Thursday, February 21st at 6pm, our very own expert head bartender Jesse Luberoff will be teaching his second Cocktail 101 Class at Peg and Ter's.
Ever wonder why cocktails are shaken vs. stirred? Or when to use bitters? Or the difference between rye and bourbon? Take this class and learn the basic building blocks of a great cocktail!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot as space will be limited. The class costs $30 and will include a cocktail of your choosing and some small bites. Cheers!
Come on down as we welcome back South Town for some bluegrass music. These guys rocked the lounge last time they played with their toe-tappin’ free-wheeling style. Don’t miss this great band! If that wasn’t enough, Long Trail Brewing will be sponsoring with beer specials and unique selections. Yee haw!
As a thank you for the amazing and heroic work you do every day, all local police, firefighters and first responders will receive 20% off food and one $4 specialty cocktail, craft beer or glass of wine on Tuesday, February 19th at Peg & Ter's.
Grab that special someone and come join us for a very special evening of food and drink. Chef Corey will be whipping up a magnificent 5-course, prix fixe meal featuring a totally unique one-off menu. Our in-house wine guy Johnny will also be offering a complete wine pairing to complement the meal. This will be a limited, single-seating event, tix are $55 for the dinner with the optional wine pairing for $25. Bar will open at 6pm, and the first course will be served promptly at 7pm. To make a reservation please email us at: email@example.com. This will fill up fast so make your reservation today!
Join us for a super fun night as App Gap distillery will take over our bar with delicious cocktails featuring some of their amazing local spirits. Wylie Shipman will also play the P&T lounge with his intensely entertaining brand of originals and classic tunes.