Saturday afternoon, February 25, 2017. The singing begins at 3:00 p.m. sharp!
We recommend arriving by 2:30, to allow time to park, make your way up to the second-floor R. Blitzer gallery, and take a look at “A Figurative Affair,” the gallery’s February exhibitition of abstract figurative artworks.
ABOUT THE SISTER BROTHERS:
The Sister Brothers. a vocal trio favoring close, three-part harmonies, is Dan Landry, Jim MacKenzie, and Heidi Rentería. We sing songs by folks like Jimmie Rodgers, Bob Nolan, Bill Monroe, Hank Williams, Merle Haggard, Hazel Dickens, the Stanley Brothers, the Delmore Brothers, and the Louvin Brothers; traditional songs whose composers are largely unknown; and a few tunes from recent decades. The songs we sing have their roots in, or have been influenced by, the Appalachian, bluegrass, and old-school country music traditions of the United States. Accompanied by acoustic guitar and tenor ukulele, or sung a cappella, our music is performed the old-fashioned way — without amplification.