Vox Musica sings Americana music with a combination of bluegrass songs and folk melodies from Appalachia. Local Breweries will be serving local beers prior to the concert.
Vox Musica closes their season on May 21, 2017 with VOICES IN HARMONY: Bluegrass & Beer. This concert will focus on a collection of Americana music with a combination of bluegrass songs and folk melodies from Appalachia. Our concert will feature music borrowed from well known artists such as the Wailin’ Jennys, Gillian Welch, and Alison Krauss as well as familiar tunes from the Bible belt of America. Accompanying us on this project will be the Davis based Bluegrass ensemble, the Narrow Gauge String Band. In addition, local Breweries will be serving local beers prior to the concert. Join us as we go back to our American roots and sing those feel-good songs of yesteryear.
Location: Beatnik Studios (723 S Street, Sacramento, CA, 95811)
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The Narrow Gauge String Band, Narrow Gauge String Band, bluegrass ensemble Based in Davis, California, the Narrow Gauge String Band is a bluegrass ensemble that was formed in 1989. After hearing Mark Brothers playing Bluegrass in San Jose, Bruce Eldridge realized that they both lived near Dixon, so they decided to form their own local band. They play both contemporary and traditional Bluegrass songs as well as some folk and gospel music. Since their inception they have performed all over the Sacramento, Solano and Yolo Counties. More recently they have performed at Little Prague in Davis, The River Train in Woodland, Woodland History day, and in concert with the Sacramento based women’s choir, Vox Musica. For more information please contact Bruce Eldridge at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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