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Alli Lubin: Bio

Vermont singer/songwriter Alli Lubin announces the release of her first CD, “Children of the Mountains” - a digitally remastered vintage album of originals from 1983 in varying styles including: bluegrass, blues, classical, folk and country. Superb backup musicians featured are Vermont's finest bluegrass band, Banjo Dan and the Midnite Plowboys, violinist Joel Smirnoff of the Juilliard Quartet and Cosmic Jimmy Jay on pedal steel guitar. Alli Lubin has been playing, composing and teaching music in Vermont for thirty years. She plays a Taylor guitar and a silver flute, and combines many styles into her compositions. Back in the 70’s she ran the West Bank Restaurant in South Londonderry, Vermont where local musicians gathered to perform and jam. She then spent fifteen years on the road playing solo, and in several duos and bands including the bluegrass band Black River Ramblers and two years with the reggae band, Saylyn, playing flute and keyboards. For the past almost twenty years she has been Head of the Music Department and Technology Administrator at The Grammar School (TGS) in Putney, Vermont where she enjoys teaching chorus, folk dancing, and music composition in her midi lab. She participates in the VT Midi Project and the Opus Concerts with her 5th and 6th grade composers.