Sat, May 12th, 2012

Grass Roots Coffeehouse

Rockdale Congregational Church
Fowler Road and Ash Street
Northbridge, MA
7:30 PM
The Grass Roots Coffeehouse is proud to have the band back that started it all right here in Rockdale.  That's right, the first band ever to play the Grass Roots!!!   Blackstone Valley Bluegrass has become one the most sought after bands in New England. With powerful three and four part harmonies and fast but tasteful picking, these musicians are blazing new ground throughout the Blackstone Valley and beyond. Come on down for a night of great bluegrass music. You will not be disappointed!

Bring an appetite with you! There’ll be assorted hot foods and baked goods available for purchase.           Show begins at 7:30 PM    Doors open by 6:45 PM
For more info, email, or call Bob or Krissy at 508-234-9093. 

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Saturday December 6th, 2003 - The Seacoast Area Friends of Bluegrass will hold its 2nd Annual Bluegrass Christmas Concert on at the Thomas G. Meehan Center for the Performing Arts (Cooperative Middle School), Academic Way, Stratham, NH. Tickets are $15 at the door, and can be purchased from 6:00 PM on… the day of the concert… at the middle school. All seating is general admission only.

The show will begin at 7:30 PM (doors open at 6:45). The Bluegrass Christmas Concert will feature Rick Lang & Friends…with Dave Dick… Roger Williams…Bob Dick…and Karen Lincoln Wilber. The concert will showcase music from the new Christmas recording “The Season Of My Heart” by Rick Lang & Friends (all original Christmas/Seasonal material from the pen of New Hampshire songwriter Rick Lang)

The Blackstone Valley Bluegrass Band   with Bob Dick… Dave Dick… Ken Taylor… and Dan Nowlan,  will be performing music from Bob Dick’s solo Bluegrass Christmas CD “Tidings Of Comfort And Joy”  Bob Dick's first solo project is an excellent showcase of his instrumental and vocal skills (Bob sings lead and harmony, plays bass, mandolin, guitar, and fiddle!) as well as his arranging, recording and engineering expertise. Featuring guest visits by brother David Dick on banjo and the New Hampshire master of the Dobro, Roger Williams. Bluegrass with a modern flavor, yet true to the spirit of Christmas which inspired these classic songs, this CD deserves a place in any acoustic music lover's collection.

For more information contact:   The Seacoast Area Friends Of Bluegrass, PO Box 424, Kingston, NH 03848, Tel. (603) 679-1812 (weekdays), (603) 642-5588 (evenings and weekends), E-mail:, Web site: . The Seacoast Area Friends Of Bluegrass is a non-profit organization founded in 1988 to promote and preserve the tradition of Bluegrass music in the New Hampshire Seacoast Region.