Saturday, October 4, 2014

BlueStreak will deliver the "high lonesome" sounds of traditional bluegrass harmony at The Panida Theater

By Michael Strickland 

 "Bluegrass has brought more people together and made more friends than any music in the world. You meet people at festivals and renew acquaintances year after year."-  Bill Monroe

Come on down to The Pearl Theater on Saturday, September 28 and enjoy a fabulous evening of live bluegrass music! The Pearl Theater is proud to bring you BlueStreak, a  five member bluegrass band featuring traditional bluegrass acoustic instrumentation with three part vocal harmonies.
BlueStreak represents one of the more veteran crews of the entire northwest bluegrass scene, with a unique sound anchored around the powerful vocals and guitar work of Doug Bond of Sandpoint, Idaho. Bob Asbury, (banjo) and Dave Hackwith on standup bass are experienced players from the long enduring northwest group, Custer’s Grass Band. Terry Ludiker, a household name in northwest acoustic music, plays fiddle and mandolin. Steve Bauer completes the circle with his unique arsenal of crisp mandolin chops. Steve began his playing career in the Fort Collins Colorado area, a hotbed of bluegrass in the seventies. Together the members of BlueStreak deliver the “high lonesome” sounds of traditional bluegrass harmony on a rock solid foundation of acoustic instrumentation.
- See more at: http://www.thepearltheater.org/?p=575#sthash.P3tDJu40.dpuf
Come on down to The Panida Theater  on Thursday, October 9 and enjoy a fabulous evening of live bluegrass music!
 

BlueStreak, a  five member bluegrass band featuring traditional bluegrass acoustic instrumentation with three part vocal harmonies,  represents one of the more veteran crews of the entire northwest bluegrass scene.

Their  unique sound is anchored around the powerful vocals and guitar work of Doug Bond of Sandpoint, Idaho. Bob Asbury, (banjo) and Dave Hackwith on standup bass are experienced players from the long enduring northwest group, Custer’s Grass Band. Terry Ludiker, a household name in northwest acoustic music, plays fiddle and mandolin. Steve Bauer completes the circle with his unique arsenal of crisp mandolin chops. Steve began his playing career in the Fort Collins Colorado area, a hotbed of bluegrass in the seventies. 


Together the members of BlueStreak deliver the “high lonesome” sounds of traditional bluegrass harmony on a rock solid foundation of acoustic instrumentation. 

More info: http://www.panida.org/event/poac-presents-bluestreak/

Come on down to The Pearl Theater on Saturday, September 28 and enjoy a fabulous evening of live bluegrass music! The Pearl Theater is proud to bring you BlueStreak, a  five member bluegrass band featuring traditional bluegrass acoustic instrumentation with three part vocal harmonies.
BlueStreak represents one of the more veteran crews of the entire northwest bluegrass scene, with a unique sound anchored around the powerful vocals and guitar work of Doug Bond of Sandpoint, Idaho. Bob Asbury, (banjo) and Dave Hackwith on standup bass are experienced players from the long enduring northwest group, Custer’s Grass Band. Terry Ludiker, a household name in northwest acoustic music, plays fiddle and mandolin. Steve Bauer completes the circle with his unique arsenal of crisp mandolin chops. Steve began his playing career in the Fort Collins Colorado area, a hotbed of bluegrass in the seventies. Together the members of BlueStreak deliver the “high lonesome” sounds of traditional bluegrass harmony on a rock solid foundation of acoustic instrumentation.
- See more at: http://www.thepearltheater.org/?p=575#sthash.P3tDJu40.dpuf
Tickets are $16 General and $12 for POAC Members.  They ar  $10 for 18 and under.

Doors Open 30 minutes before show

The Panida Theater  300 North 1st Avenue, Sandpoint, ID 83864 United States
Phone: 208-255-7801


If you know someone who doesn’t know bluegrass—a young picker, maybe—do that person a favor and gift him or her tickets to this Bluestreak performance. It will not only open new ears to some first-rate picking and singing, but may prompt that person to circle back for more.

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