Sat, April 18, 2020
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10:00am [10:00am] Grace R. Moore Library in Tacoma
Third Saturday each month. Only exceptions are January (4th Saturday) and February (5th Saturday). Unless otherwise noted, all sessions will be held at our usual venue, the Moore branch of the Tacoma Library. Location: The Grace R. Moore Library (Conference Room) 215 South 56th Street Tacoma, WA 98408 Parking is free and available. Starting time is 1:00 pm. We’re usually there at 12:30, so you can come early, socialize, get set up and comfortable. There will be a break about midway through each session. That’s so we can get acquainted, and perhaps trade riffs and ideas. The last hour is usually dedicated to new songs, and experimentation. We wrap it up around 5:00 pm and use the final few minutes for housekeeping and pack out. Any questions, email “Billy” at bluemuserootsjam@gmail.com

2:00pm [2:00pm] Washington Bluegrass Association Concert Series
Washington Bluegrass Association Concert Series Fern Hill Performing Doors Open at 5pm, Show Starts at 7pm Tickets at the door or contact General Cothren 360-785-3478

4:00pm [4:00pm] The Canote Brothers - Cashmere Community Concerts
The Cashmere Community Coffeehouse is tickled as can be to welcome the commodores of vintage American music, The Canote Brothers, on Saturday, April 18, 7:00pm. Greg and Jere Canote are identical twins who love the beautiful old fiddle tunes and the hypnotic “in the moment” experience of playing together, as they have done for their entire lives. They specialize in forgotten fiddle tunes, swing classics and quirky novelty songs. Both are fabulous musicians playing everything from fiddle, guitar, banjo, ukulele and various hybrids. With their genetically-matched voices they are proud to be a link in the chain of the brother duets of the past, like the Stanley Brothers, the Blue Sky Boys, Sam and Kirk Magee and the Everly Brothers. Many will remember The Canote Brothers as the "affable radio side-kicks" on NPR's Sandy Bradley's Potluck for a 13 year stint. This is sure to be an evening filled with fabulous music, laughter and good old-fashioned country fun! Located at the Cashmere Riverside Center, 201 Riverside Drive in Cashmere, a beautiful venue in which to enjoy Bluegrass music in a smoke & alcohol free environment, with row style concert seating and light refreshments provided. Cost: $3.00 at the door, “Pass the Hat” for musicians with a suggested donation of $8 to $11. Info: (509) 548-1230 or (509) 421-0494 or visit www.cashmereconcerts.com.