Steady Betty

Steady Betty is an nine-piece 1960’s Jamaican-rock inspired band. Through their dance-addictive rocksteady songs, the group continues to make an impression on the Burlington music scene.

Steady Betty formed in 2012, after vocalists Miriam Bernardo and Lisa Giordano traveled to Jamaica and were awed by the island's rocksteady music.

They’ve played on the Grand Point North stage, Radio Bean, Higher Ground, Red Square, ArtsRiot, The Skinny Pancake, Waterworks, and the list goes on. This nine woman, rocksteady group call Vermont home and fully embrace the talent this state has to offer. Their passion for their music and the growth of our city of Burlington inspired us to have them in the studio. It's not easy organizing a nine member band. But they do it successfully. 

They will be at Radio Bean on June 5th as apart of Burlington Discover Jazz Festival. Next, they'll be at The Skinny Pancake on June 18th to celebrate their big birthday. And they'll wrap up the month at Waterworks on June 23rd.

To learn more about their music or find out where they're playing next, head over to