Maple Leaf Music has been in Brattleboro, VT for over 30 years and in that time we’ve discovered a number of local favorites which we’ve cataloged below under “Links We Like”. You’ll find a plethora of connections to music, art, food and businesses in Southern Vermont that we are particularly fond of. They’re arranged alphabetically so just scroll down and see what you find!
Links We Like
The designer of our new website and marketing materials, Artisan Web and Print of Putney Vermont has a knack for innovative design that distinguishes itself in the market.
Jill Hart was instrumental in facilitating the user testing that we performed before launching the new design of our website. She’s incredibly knowledgeable and invaluable.
This restaurant prepares farm to table meals with specials every evening. Delicious cocktails, food and chocolate is always to be expected. Make sure to call for reservations.
Layered arrangements of pop and rock with poignant songwriting fueled by our own Aaron Chesley’s guitar playing.
This company built the designs provided by Artisan Web and Print into a working website application. They also handle our marketing campaigns with Google.
A community music organization offering a year-round season of concerts in Southern Vermont
Quarterly magazine celebrating fretted stringed instruments and their players.
The honky tonk dance band that puts the twang in the swing & the boot-scootin’ in the two-steppin’!
Headroom Stages brings together musicians, producers, artists, photographers, filmmakers, to hone their craft and present it to the world.
When Christian’s not in the shop he’s playing music with Jug-Tonk Stompers, a lively early American jug/honky tonk trio.
Whether you are a beginner or advanced ukulele player, this website will help you take your ukulele playing to the next level.
A great place to sit outdoors, have a beer and converse with friends. The Whetstone Station is a wonderful new addition to downtown Brattleboro.
Happy customer with Huss & Dalton TOM-M custom with “sinker” mahogany & Italian spruce: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVsIG568ZBI&feature=g-upl
Roy Smeck tearing up the ukulele: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=DR3tGulLv88