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OUR NEXT SHOW!!!
 
Sat Sept 27th, 2014
7:30PM
 
Oxford Congregational Church
355 Main St. (Route 12)
Oxford, Ma

Oxford Congregational Church  OXFORD The Blackstone Valley Bluegrass Band will be performing Sept. 27 at the First Congregational Church of Oxford

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 15 years rare for bluegrass bands these days. Over the years, this seasoned group has built a solid and ever-expanding repertoire to go along with an engaging stage performance. 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.

Come check out Blackstone Valley Bluegrass to hear some great bluegrass music, smooth harmonies, fast but tasteful pickin', and most importantly, to have a great time. Bring the whole family.

Doors open at 6:45 p.m. with strawberry shortcake and other goodies available to purchase before the show and during intermission. Show begins at 7:30 p.m.

The First Congregational Church is across from the bandstand and is wheelchair-accessible. There is ample on-street parking. 

For more information, call the church office at (508) 987-2211.


Check out our Show Schedule for more info.

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Blackstone Valley Bluegrass  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 15 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.  Come check out Blackstone Valley Bluegrass to hear some great bluegrass music, smooth harmonies, fast but tasteful pickin', and most importantly, to have a great time! 

 

Is there a Blackstone Valley? YES!  The Blackstone River Valley of Massachusetts and Rhode Island is the “Birthplace of the American Industrial Revolution,” the place where America made the transformation from Farm to Factory.  This is where we live!

Thanks for coming to our little place on the web.  Have a look a round, there are lots of photos, videos and sound samples for you to check out.  Please check out our Schedule page for where we are playing next! 

 

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Special thanks to Bob Nilson for this caricature done at the Stratham Fair 7/28/02.

We'd like to thank Patrick O'Connor for our band photo.
Check out Patrick at: http://www.popinc.net/

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