Blue Jay Way Band Brings 50
years Of Rock ‘n Rock to
Ludlow March 16

Pictured above, in performance, the Blue Jay Way Band. From left to right, are David Sabatino on bass, Tim Brown on guitar, Terry “Jaye” Jarrosak on drums, Brad Morgan on keyboards. Not in this photo, Harry Drum on saxophone.

Following the long harsh period of Covid, FOLA (Friends of Ludlow Auditorium) is happy to announce the return of live music to the Heald Auditorium in Ludlow’s Town Hall on Saturday, March 16.  The event will feature the music of the Blue Jay Way Band of Rutland for the listening and dancing pleasure of area residents and visitors.

The Blue Jay Way Band will bring 50 years of rock ‘n roll music to Ludlow that will incorporate the great music of the rock ‘n Roll era along with other pop songs.

According to Scott Stearns, Program Director for FOLA, the band, in honor of its 50th anniversary of providing great music for Vermont, will feature some of the great melodies of that period along with music for dancing.

The band, formed in 1974 at Castleton State College, has been providing audiences with rocking music and packing the dance floors since then.  Two of the original members of the band, Tim Brown on guitar and Terry Jarrosak on drums, are active members of the Blue Jay Way.  Periodically, Dave Sabatino on bass, another founding member, appears.  Brad Morgan, keyboardist, and Harry Drum, saxophonist, are also in the band.

Mark Huntley, a local favorite, will join the Blue Jay Way as a special guest performer.  He indicated that “this should be a really fun evening for everyone”.

This is a great time to forget the “misery” of the past and enjoy the live music of a great band to bring happiness and pleasure to you – as well as exercise those dormant dancing feet.

Everyone is invited to this performance.  The event is free but donations are appreciated to underwrite the cost of it.  For information on the March 16 event, contact 802-228-3238.