Grand Point North Festival 2016

Taste of Nashville Music Festival 2015

Jay Peak/Harpoon Brewery Battle of the Bands 2015

Clare Dunn at Jay Peak Resort 2015

Island Pond Friday Night Live Concert Series (2012-2017)

Since 2007, ETA has included the vast bass playing skills of Chris Doncaster. Chris brought his unique set of talents and perspectives to the group, and along with Kyle, Adam, and Travis, Chris has been present for ETA's greatest period of success, including jam-packed schedules, sold-out concerts, and the debut recording of their original songwriting. Today, ETA continues to have enormous success in their home, the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont, as well as around the rest of Vermont and New England.


In a major artistic step forward, ETA entered LOVETOWN Studio (Middlesex, VT) in February 2014 to record their first album of original material. The self-titled record is now available for digital download, and was released on physical CD on May 16th, 2014. (You can purchase the digital version here and read more about it on the "Music" page of this site!) Since then, ETA has continued to write and perform new, original material will be returning to the studio again soon. Their next album promises to be another artistic progression for the band, leaning heavily on collaborative songwriting and the roots of American music. Currently, Kyle is in the process of recording his debut solo album as well. More information about that project can be found here. Stay tuned for more  to come!

Winner of the 2016 Seven Days Grand Point North Local Band Contest and Recently Featured on the WCAX Channel 3 News!

The Evansville Transit Authority

Recent Featured Performances

The History of the Evansville Transit Authority

Travis LeBlanc

Drums/Vocals/Songwriter

Chris Doncaster

Bass

Line-Up:


Today's Evansville Transit Authority

Adam Choiniere

Rhythm Guitar/Vocals

Kyle Chadburn

Lead Guitar/Vocals/Songwriter

The Evansville Transit Authority, now in their fifteenth year as a band, have always been about respecting the music they play. The band's philosophy revolves around performing songs by artists that the band members and their audiences know and love, and then interpreting them in their own unique, organic way. Never restricted by the way a song was originally recorded, the band is free to experiment and explore the possibilities that the music offers, often melding songs and ideas together into cohesive sets of non-stop music.  The core of the band has remained solidly in-tact since its inception in 2002, and ETA has become one of the longest-running and most respected bands in Vermont! Founders Kyle Chadburn, Adam Choiniere, and Travis LeBlanc have kept the group alive from the beginning, through all the struggles and challenges, side projects and other experiments, and ETA is now playing better than ever before!