Hunt Hill Benefit Concert -Myles Mancuso to Perform March 8th @ 7:30pm

Hunt Hill Benefit Concert –Myles Mancuso to Perform March 8th @ 7:30pm

Uniquely talented Singer, Songwriter, Multi-Instrumentalist

New Milford, CT February 16 Myles Mancuso a talented Singer, Songwriter, Multi-Instrumentalist to appear March 8th at Hunt Hill, performing songs from his recent CD titled “Southern State of Mind”, a Nashville inspired album with strong traditional country influences, infused with a Fresh Americana / Rock Flavor.

Myles has been performing professionally since 9 years old playing on some of the top stages in NYC (Iridium, BB Kings, Cutting Room, Brooklyn Bowl etc.) before he was 18. Myles then moved to the South, where he fell in love with the traditional country sounds from Bakersfield, Nashville and Austin. Now at 22, his live shows capture the talent, energy and passion of a young artist rising. His recent shows incorporate a healthy dose of Traditional Country and Honky-Tonk Stylings with Roots Rock, Swamp Blues and Classic Americana influences in the mix, all delivered in his signature hard-driving style.

The Hunt Hill Farm Winter Concert Series events celebrate the power of bringing people together to hear music across jazz, blues and rock and to celebrate community.

The benefit concert series will also feature local breweries offering craft beer and food trucks from around the area. Myles Mancuso’s concert starts at 7pm and cost $20 per ticket are going to support the scholarships programs offered at Hunt Hill in acting, drawing, painting, songwriting, music performance and cooking.

Other Upcoming Concerts include artist who come together to play to raise money for Hunt Hill:

Dave Robbins & Incredible Amplifiers – 2/23– New England’s Blues Harp Burner and Soulful Vocalist, Dave Robbins aka “The Kosher Kid”. The Kosher Kid has shared the stage with many world reknown Blues artists such as James Cotton, Junior Wells;

The Myles Mancuso Band- 3/8 Teenage Prodigy Multi-Instrumentalist with an original style of music is a blend of Roots Americana and R&B. Recognized by TrueFire as one of the Top 10 Guitar Prodigies in the World;

Boogie Boys3/30 To support the local food bank. Chris Vitarello was inducted into the Blues Hall of fame in 2013, Chris has been a band member, recorded or shared the stage with many legendary blues artists and has appeared on 30 plus albums.

Hunt Hill music performances includes opportunities for increased exposure for local artists and musicians through features at open mic night, performances, exhibition and special events. 

The Hunt Hill Farm Concert Series are fund-raising events, with proceeds from ticket sales, food & brew, as well as from private donations, corporate sponsors, monthly giving programs to support the workshops, scholarship program to allow area children and seniors attend our programs. Hunt Hill has been bringing opportunities to learn and to explore music, arts, and food in the local community for over 45 years. Tickets are now available Advanced seating can be purchased at

Hunt Hill is becoming the music hub of Litchfield county with open mic night every Thursday, song writers’ series and concert series to support both local as well as nationally recognized artists. Definitely THE place to experience music scene.”

Famed music innovator and New York Pops founder Skitch Henderson created Hunt Hill Farm as an organization focused on food, art and music in 1972. Since then Hunt Hill Farm has been a center of learning for over 45 years, offering public programs for children, youths and adults to nurture a deeper understanding of food, art, music, organic farming and land use. Since its inception as a non-profit, Hunt Hill Farm has been a favorite gathering place for our community, chefs, musicians and artisans alike. Their vison is still at the heart of Hunt Hill Farm, and still relevant today.

For more information on Hunt Hill Farm and its food, art and music experiences please visit Media inquiries please contact or call 860-355-0300 # # # #

Author: Harlem Valley News