Beth Carlson is an entrepreneur, business owner, and itinerate organizer living in the Berkshires since the Mid 1980’s. She is one of 4 producers of the Oldtone Roots Music Festival, with several administrative roles on that project. She was a major player in the public relations and social media campaign to save a local historic school in the Berkshires. She serves on the Dewey Hall board, making that historic hall a sustainable community space, and produces Oldtone Productions events in that space as well. She is one of the founders of the Clinton Church Restoration non profit organization, who raised $100,000 to purchase the building in 5 months. She is a visual artist, with a keen sense of aesthetics and appreciation for powerful and subtle visuals.
An instinctive organizer, connector, and promoter, her endless energy and understanding of social media, systems, and empathic and empowering nature make her the person you want on your team.
Kip Beacco is a graphic designer, musician, business owner, and consummate purveyor
Stockbridge native, has been practicing, playing and composing music for over 30 years. He has toured the US, Canada, Europe & The UK with The Hunger Mountain Boysas vocalist, mandolinist, fiddler and guitar player. A multi-instrumentalist, Beacco has played with many bands over the years, including The Hunger Mountain Boys, the Colorado-based bluegrass band The GrassRoute, The Blue Ribbon Boys, Lauren Ambrose & The Leisure Class, among others.
Beacco works by day as a graphic artist with the company he co-founded, Housatonic Creative.