Popular act returns to Steeple Coffeehouse on Saturday night

Back by popular demand, Blackstone Valley Bluegrass will take the stage at the Steeple Coffeehouse on Saturday night. Now in its sixteenth season, Steeple Coffeehouse is located in Pilgrim Church’s Fellowship Hall. Here’s what organizers had to say about Saturday’s act:

With Dave Dick on banjo, his brother Bob Dick on guitar, Dan Nowlan on mandolin and Ken Taylor on upright bass, this original lineup has been together for more than a dozen years – rare for bluegrass bands these days. Over the years this seasoned group has built up a solid and ever expanding repertoire to go along with an engaging stage performance; these guys can really mix things up musically and entertain an audience! They’re all multi-instrumentalists and play a wide range of bluegrass styles… but what really sets them apart are their powerful three and four part harmonies.

Tomasso Trattoria will offer a discounted dinner to those going to the show. You can get details and see the menu here. There is also affordable childcare offered by the Pilgrim Church Youth Group during the show. The cost is $10 for the first child and $5 for each additional child ($20 max per family). To reserve a spot for your child, email joe@steeplecoffeehouse.org.

Doors open at 7:00 pm and the music starts at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $15 in advance ($12 for students/seniors) or $18 at the door ($15 for students/seniors). For more information, visit the Steeple Coffeehouse website (steeplecoffeehouse.org).

(Photo from www.blackstonevalleybluegrass.com)

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