The Dennis P. McHugh Piermont Public Library presents a new concert series entitled Homeland in Harmony. This series will focus on bringing music associated with different regions of the United States to the community.
The second performance in this series will take place on Sunday, June 12th at 1 pm and will focus on Bluegrass music with Wild Bill and the Mountain Oysters. The Mountain Oysters are a bluegrass/country music fusion band. Their members include the legendary Roger Sprung on banjo. Roger has played with the bluegrass greats including Doc Watson and Bill Monroe. He is featured on the Smithsonian American Heritage Music recordings. Their bass player is Richard Hawthrone. Emily Eastwick plays autoharp and Wild Bill is the lead singer and guitar player. The band has played together for over eight years. This event is free and open to all. Please join us.
This concert series is made possible with funds from the Kurz Family Foundation.