Comedian Rusty DeWees is known for his “The Logger” persona— full-on comedian, burgeoning musician —Rusty's one-man comedy shows are best described as Blue Collar Comedy meets Prairie Home Companion.
The “Tiny Town Hall Tour” is an all-new set of original comedy, including a poignant piece Vermont Farmers will especially understand and a classic Logger “bit” or two, song and story. Of course the crowd won’t be spared, so don’t come late … or sneeze if you don’t want to be in the show.
This uniquely modern, yet old-time traditional evening of entertainment, is for all ages, longtime fans, and first timers. Rusty adds “show up on a tractor, get in free. One person per tractor.”
The Vermont-born Patrick Ross is a fifth generation fiddle player, who has performed at the Grand Ole Opry and shared stages with Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Paul McCartney. Rusty says “Patrick Ross and I’ve been showing 4 years and I’m inspired by his musicianship. He’s helped me improve on my guitar and vocals. Look out, cause he’s a great all-around performer, which you’ll see through his comedy at this year’s show. Watching Patrick is worth the price of admission alone.”