When: Friday, January 30 @ 7:30pm - Open Jam - 6:30pm
Where: Christ Church - 20 Carroll Street, Poughkeepsie
Adults: $15
Students: $5
Children Under 12:     Free

The well-known bluegrass musician and band leader, Dick Bowden, having learnt the hard way that there is more money in booking bluegrass than playing it, has formed a Light Entertainment Squadron (detached) known as Dick Bowden’s Flying Circus. Without a doubt, it is something completely different in the bluegrass field! (Wink wink, nudge nudge, say no more, say no more.)

Mr. Bowden, as impresario, has combed the ranks of the services of the Allies and gathered together a number of the finest talents in bluegrass music and military aeronautical science. (Total number currently approaching reinforced battalion strength.) Due to the exacting and exhausting nature of the Flying Circus programme, show assignments are rotated among these many brave volunteers.

Nominated as IBMA Emerging Artist of the Year: 2013

TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR
$20/members
$25/non-members

Patron:
Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival

Sponsor:
C & L Restorations

Supporters:
Gale & Howard Foster
Lynn & Steve Lipton
Jim & Debi Tyger

From the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, Canada, the Spinney Brothers are comprised of Allan Spinney , Rick Spinney, Gary Dalrymple and Terry Poirier.

Brothers Allan and Rick debuted their band in 1992, showcasing a tight brother duet vocal style that was immediately recognized for it’s energetic and distinctive sound.

Glen Herbert wrote a review about the Spinney Brothers CD not too long ago and it's well worth reading again. Here's a piece of it:

The Spinney’s are bluegrass, through and through, almost to their detriment. And that’s what makes them so great. The know that they are at their peak, and have been for some time, and yet they keep going simply because they can’t stop. Rick Spinney has said that they first came across bluegrass when logging with their father in rural British Columbia and the only tapes he had in the cab of the truck were by Flatt and Scruggs. “You may not know it at the time,” says Rick, “but that music really sticks with you.” Clearly, it really does.

CANCELLED

Tickets available only at the door!
When: Friday, March 30 @ 7:30pm
Open Jam - 6:30pm
Where: Christ Episcopal Church - 20 Carroll Street, Poughkeepsie
Adults: $15
Students: $5
Children Under 12: Free

Zink & Company consists of four talented musicians with years of combined recording and performance experience. Joining guitarist & lead vocalist Corey Zink are Larry Neu, banjo & vocals; John Roc, mandolin & vocals; and Ray Evans, bass & vocals. They have graced the stages of numerous festivals on the east coast and Canada, entertaining audiences with original and traditional songs executed in vibrant harmony. Zink & CO. is firmly rooted in the traditions of the early decades of bluegrass and country music.

Where: 42 Haggerty Hill Lane, Rhinebeck, NY
When: Sunday, March 8
Time: 3-5pm
Tickets:     $12/Members - $15/Non-Members

Here we go again!

This is the third concert by this fabulous, talented, energetic, and youthful bluegrass band in a very short time.

Why? Well, each concert has sold out and the people who attended asked for more, more, more.

With their first CD recording now behind them, The Lonely Heartstring Band is ready to bring their new music to you. Please be advised that this venue is limited. There are only 60 seats available and it will sell out quickly. So don't wait to purchase your tickets.

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Tickets available only at the door!
When: Friday, February 27 @ 7:30pm
Open Jam - 6:30pm
Where: Christ Episcopal Church - 20 Carroll Street, Poughkeepsie
Adults: $15
Students: $5
Children Under 12: Free

Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys have played four International Bluegrass Music Association events for last year: Wintergrass (WA); Joe Val (MA); Podunk (CT) and Grey Fox (NY); and was selected to fill a coveted spot in IBMA's Bluegrass Ramble in Raleigh, NC.

The band also recently answered an invitation to perform live on WAMU's Katy Daley Show in Washington, DC... arguably the most sought after radio show in the U.S. Their performance so impressed the NPR station's producers that it was chosen to be rebroadcast on the popular show, Editor's Picks.

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