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Pam Setser leads this trio of wonderful musicians specializing in old time and country music. Along with Kent and Beci Coffey, the Pam Setser band will make a memorable evening of old time, country, bluegrass, and mountain dulcimer tunes.
Pam Setser is an award winning, multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire. It’s not just her musical talent that will catch your heart but her angelic voice as well. Setser has played at many venues including Louisiana Hayride, Hee Haw, The Ralph Emery Show, Jay Leno, and You Can Be A Star. Not to mention playing at Washington D.C. for President Clinton and winning third place in the National Wrangler Country Showdown at the Grand Old Opry in Nashville, Tennessee.
She has recently released her album “Crooked Ridge” featuring many wonderful tunes, including her original title track.
Tickets are $15.00.
This trio of talent multi-instrumental musicians have been playing music together for nearly four decades. They specialize in traditional and contemporary folk music, old time string band music, and good-ole three-part harmony Gospel Songs. Dave Smith’s powerful, yet smooth vocal talent lends a special old time feel. His prowess on several instruments shows off his boundless musicianship. Robert and Mary Gillihan are also extremely talented multi-instrumentalists, each with a golden voice as well. Robert and Mary are well known for fantastic performances at Caroling in the Caverns. Together, they give a harmonizing performance that more than lives up to the band’s namesake. Harmony has performed on the NPR show Prairie Home Companion, and even sang an a capella gospel song with host Garrison Keillor during the show. They occasionally perform at the Ozark Folk Center. Dave Smith is the host of the popular old-time radio show Ozark Highlands Radio.
This special show features many songs written by Arkansas native and historian Charley Sandage. These original songs are “written about people and events in Arkansas’ colorful history”. Along with enjoyable music and lyrics, the performance includes a slide show of historic pictures from Arkansas’ past.
Tickets are $12.
As Lee Street Lyrical, Buddy and Casey are becoming quite the duo, blending harmonies, instrumentation, and stage presence with an approachability that engages audiences.
Internationally Awarded Songwriter and Guitarist Buddy Case is known in Arkansas, Texas and the MidSouth for smooth vocals, thoughtful songs, and masterfully fun guitar work (from stage and studio). Buddy has performed as a member of The Acousticatz and was voted Audience Favorite and placed Runner-Up in the Merle Travis National Thumbpicking Championship. Buddy is a breath of fresh air to audiences, who find that he can – and does – play the music they love the most.
An awarded writer and songwriter, Casey Penn is becoming known throughout Arkansas and Tennessee for pure vocals, heartfelt songs, and rich fiddle. A lover of mountain sounds, she gravitates toward bluegrass, roots, and folk as she writes and performs with area pros like Case. Two of Mountain View’s favorite performers in one night!
October 20th at 7 pm.
Tickets are $15.