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Southborough: Steeple Coffeehouse to present Blackstone Valley Bluegrass Band

January 11, 2014

| $15

Southborough – The Steeple Coffeehouse at the Pilgrim Congregational Church in Southborough will present Blackstone Valley Bluegrass Band Saturday, Jan. 11, at 7:30 p.m. The coffeehouses generally occur on the second Saturday of the month, and all proceeds go to local charities.

Located in the heart of central Massachusetts, exposure to the heavy metal content of the Blackstone River has produced a copious amount of fine bluegrass pickers. Most notably are the Dick brothers from Sutton. Renowned musicians and celebrated recording artists, this brother combo will wow you with their award winning picking.

The Taylor-Nowlan bass/mandolin combo has been together in numerous bands since 1989. With their own distinctive style, these two crank out solid rhythm, and like to have a little fun too!? Put these four longtime friends together and you have a group that has excellent musicianship, fine harmonies, high energy and a true love of the music. Breakdowns and Gospel. Fiddle tunes and a Waltz. This is bluegrass! You will not be disappointed!

Tickets are available in advance ($15 general or $12 students and seniors) and at the door ($18 general or $15 students and seniors). To purchase tickets in advance, visit www.steeplecoffeehouse.org. Pilgrim Congregational Church is located at 15 Common St., Southborough.

Details

Date:
January 11, 2014
Cost:
$15

Venue

Pilgrim Congregational Church
15 Common St.
Southborough, MA 01772 United States
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