Cowboy music coming to Cashiers library
CASHIERS -- Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library brings a flavor of the Old West to the Cashiers-Highlands plateau with a free concert of contemporary cowboy music, poetry and stories, set for 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23. Songwriters Kerry Grombacher and Aspen Black will present “Songs and Stories of the American West,” suitable for all ages.
The duo’s songs draw vivid portraits and tell fascinating stories set in the Western landscape, where they’ve worked and traveled with cowboys and Indians, ranchers and rodeo riders, outfitters and chuckwagon cooks, and lawmen and lawbreakers.
“Our cowboy songs and Western ballads have their roots in the string and ballad traditions,” said Grombacher. “It’s an honor to present this music in the Southern Appalachians.”
Albert Carlton-Cashiers Community Library is located at 249 Frank Allen Road.
For information, call 828-743-0215.
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