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2014 - 2015
 

February 7th
Blackstone Valley Bluegrass

March 14th
Bobtown

April 11th
The Kennedys

May 9th
Dave Pietro


Saturday February 7th

Blackstone Valley Bluegrass



In advance: $15 General/$12 Students & Seniors
At the door: $18 General/$15 Students & Seniors

Exclusive Tomasso dinner offer for Steeple patrons is back! "Dinner for Two" with a ticket/dinner purchase is a great way to complete the night! For details click  here.

Tickets available online with Brown Paper Tickets


Please note that we have a new phone number
508 281 9995






Special thanks to our
generous sponsor:




Southborough's premier dining establishment has been a key supporter of Steeple for many years.

From feeding the performers, to donating desserts and offering an exclusive dining option we can't thank them enough!

Thank you to Tom Prince and the rest of the team Tomasso for their generous support.


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We are pleased to announce our new coffee sponsor:

Armeno Coffee Roasters

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Blackstone Valley Bluegrass
 
Some bands are fun to hear and watch
Some bands are made up of great players.
Blackstone Valley Bluegrass is both.

Together almost 10 years, Blackstone Valley Bluegrass features renown banjo picker Dave Dick, his brother Bob Dick on guitar, Dan Nowlan on mandolin and Ken Taylor on upright bass. Blackstone Valley plays great bluegrass music; the fast ones fast - and the slow ones - with lots of feeling.
Bob, Dave, Dan and Ken have all played in lots of other bands - some nationally famous such as Salamander Crossing, Northern Lights and Front Range - but it is together in Blackstone Valley Bluegrass where they really shine. Good friends all, they have the best time when they’re on stage. Jokes fly as fast as the notes, the boys swap blistering solos and even instruments, and they harmonize like the angels. They might even eschew the microphones and walk into the audience to lead a gospel number before the set ends, which no matter how long is always way too soon.
If you love bluegrass music and love a good time, you owe it to yourself to catch the Blackstone Valley Bluegrass Band live. Their audiences always have a blast, guaranteed!

Paul Della Valle - Central Mass Magazine




Photo of The Band



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