Bucktown Revue & Friends in concert Sunday, August 21
Join us for a Sunday afternoon of music with the Bucktown Revue, featuring Old Time, Bluegrass and Americana, from the cast of Bucktown Revue & Friends. Rachel Dedrick & John Berinobis will open the show with a few songs.This will be a good show, click here for a sample of their music!The concert will be held on August 21st, from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm.
Seussical the Musical is Coming to Town!
Seussical the Musical will entertain audiences this week at the high school on the following dates and times:Thursday, August 4th 7:00 p.m.Friday, the 5th at 7:00 p.m.Saturday, August 6th at 2:00 p.m.Saturday, August 6th at 7:00 p.m.Sunday, August 7th at 2:00 p.m.A person's a person, no matter how small.The cast includes the tiny, the big and the tall.
Catfish Keith to Perform at Farmers Mercantile Hall in Garrison
World-touring acoustic blues pioneer CATFISH KEITH has established himself as one of the most exciting country blues performers of our time. He will be in Garrison for a Sunday afternoon of foot-stomping, deep delta blues and American roots music. He will be at the Farmers Mercantile Hall on Sunday, July 17 beginning at 2:00 p.m. Admission is $12 (children can enjoy the concert FREE!)The Garrison Public Library will be providing refreshments during intermission for a freewill donation.
Switchback ~ American Roots & Celtic Soul!
Switchback is the award-winning duo of Brian FitzGerald and Martin McCormack.Drawing on traditional Celtic music and original Americana songs, they play an exciting mix of mandolin, guitar, and bass, with harmonies that have won them comparisons to the Louvin Brothers, Everly Brothers, and Simon & Garfunkel.Unusual, honest, heartfelt, humorous, personable, talented, spiritual, and spirited, you will enjoy their show! Refreshments by Garrison Library!Admission: $12You can see them on Sunday, June 19, 2022, from 2– 4:30 PM at Farmers Mercantile Hall, 100 W.
Damascus Road Gospel Band and Mike Clair & Friends to perform Saturday, June 10
The Church of Grace will be holding a concert in the Shellsburg City Park on Friday, June 10th from 6-8 p.m. Performing will be Damascus Road Gospel Band and Mike "Bear" Clair and Friends.Grab your lawn chairs and picnic baskets or get some takeout from a local merchant! Join us for an evening of relaxing family-friendly music.
Cast for Genevieve's Nutcracker Announced
We are thrilled to announce our cast for the inaugural production of Genevieve's Nutcracker! We will begin rehearsals in June and our performers will bring this show to life in November 2022 at the Palace Theatre!Cast List:Grandma Baxter- Sue GatesGrandpa Baxter- David GatesGenevieve- Brynlee KrinerHarry (doubles as Fritz)- Henry GroomMarie (double
Act I Announces Auditions for Genevieve's Nutcracker
ACT I of Benton County is thrilled to introduce its own theatrical version of the beloved NUTCRACKER classic.With an original script incorporating speaking as well as dancing roles, the production will be presented at the Palace Theatre Nov. 18-20 as part of Vinton’s annual holiday downtown celebration.Afternoon staging and dance rehearsals will take place at the Palace in June to set the production.
The Rough & Tumble ~ Americana at Its Best!
Mallory Graham and Scott Tyler are still traveling and making their wonderful music as The Rough & Tumble. (along with those big dogs, Puddle and Magpie Mae). Come hear what this dumpster-folk/thriftstore Americana duo has been up to! They will have Taylor James Donskey doing a few songs to open the show. Rachel Dedrick and John Berinobis will do a few numbers to open the second set.
ACT I Announces cast for Seussical the Musical
ACT I is pleased to announce the cast for our upcoming production of Seussical the Musical. For those of you in the cast, please check your email for additional information!MAIN CAST:HORTON THE ELEPHANT: Sam OpferGERTRUDE MCFUZZ: Kandice DircksCAT IN THE HAT: Casey FunkJOJO: Cate LangridgeSOUR KANGAROO: Raeganne NeilsonYOUNG KANGAROO: Lauren
Farmers Mercantile Hall in Garrison hosts concert
Sunday afternoon found a packed crowd of more than 70 in the Farmers Mercantile Hall in downtown Garrison. Usually about once a month the hall holds a concert bringing together local talent and talent from afar. This week found the expertise of the Cedar River Whalers made up of Patty O'Connor, Phil Thomas and Steve Schott (and one member who had to miss the gig due to being quarantined in Ireland).