Back by popular demand,
renowned area musicians and recording artists, these four
longtime friends, including two brothers, offer a program of
true bluegrass music, including Breakdowns and Gospel,
Fiddle tunes and a Waltz, with bass, guitar, mandolin and
A New England favorite, Blackstone Valley Bluegrass Band has
garnered a reputation for high-energy shows laced with
powerful three and four part harmonies and fast but tasteful
picking, coupled with winning on-stage camaraderie.
The church is located at the corner of Church Road and Route
140, just north of the intersection of Main Street and Route
140, on the town common. The church is approximately 2 miles
south of the intersection of Route 140 and I-290.
508-845-7286Sat Nov 4th 2017
Evangelical Congregational Church
99 Court St.
House of Uxbridge Congregational Church
(behind the common)
Uxbridge, MA 01569
View map →This is a
new venue for us and we are looking forward to bringing our
smokin' hot brand of Bluegrass to Uxbridge! We
will be performing at the Community House on Nov. 4, 2017 at
7:30 p.m, doors to open at 6:45 p.m.For tickets
in advance, call Ruth @
Dave Dick on
Bob Dick on
Nowlan on mandolin and
Ken Taylor on upright
bass, this same original
lineup has been together since 1998.
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!