Friday, October 27, 2006

Lots of live, local BG -- get out there!

Folks -

There is no shortage of live Bluegrass in eastern CT this weekend -- please get out there and support as much of it as you can.

Tonight's Salem Barn concert -- the last for the season -- is sold out. Be sure to check the CT Bluegrass Music Association's website for news about what's in store for the barn for next season....

There are a couple of shows on Saturday night, October 28th, in CT's "Quiet Corner." At the Vanilla Bean Cafe in Pomfret, GrassRoutes will be taking the stage at 8PM. For more information, visit or call (860)928-1562. Admission is $10.

Another "Quiet Corner" show on that very same evening will take place just down the road from Pomfret in Killingly, CT. Mike Boulay & Down The Road, as well as Shady Creek (with guest fiddler Peggy Harvey) will be performing at the Killingly Grange, which is located at the intersection of Route 101 and Dog Hill Road in East Killingly. Starting time for this show is 7PM. For more information, call (860)564-1018. Admission is $10.

The forecast for Saturday in eastern CT is pretty dismal -- lots of rain and chilly temperatures. If your day starts in a bad way, why not end it on a high note (no pun intended) with some great Bluegrass?

Don't forget, too: there's going to be some terrific traditional Bluegrass in eastern CT next weekend, as well, when Dan Paisley & The Southern Grass and Bear Bridge take the stage at the Plainfield Town Hall on November 5th! For more information on that show (or to refresh your memory), click here.


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