Next Show!!Sat Nov. 21st 2015
Route 101 and Dog Hill Road
Dayville (Killingly), CT 06243
NOTE: WE GO ON AT 7PM
Plainfield resident Nick
Anderson has been organizing the winter bluegrass concert
series for the past 14 years. The concerts are held at the
Killingly Grange Hall on the fourth Saturday of the month
from October through March. "It's a family venue," said
Anderson, of the Grange Hall. At the recent concert, people
of all ages were tapping their toes and bobbing their heads
to the music.Hot chili,
cornbread, sandwiches, coffee and desserts will be
available, provided by Killingly Grange
to help defray the costs of basic utilities for the Grange
Hall and also to collect funds to help the community.
As always - BVB
will be playing our own
brand of Bluegrass along with Nick Anderson and Shady Creek.
Schedule for more info.
Dave Dick on
Bob Dick on
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!
there a Blackstone Valley?
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!