Bluegrass Band from Montana USA to Play in Scart

Members of the Montana based Brothers Parker Bluegrass Band who are due to play in Fleming’s Bar in Scartaglen on Thursday, August 30th from 9pm.

Purveyors of the traditional music of the United States will ply their trade in the heartland of the Sliabh Luachra style of traditional music in Ireland.

The Montana, USA based The Brothers Parker Bluegrass Band will play at Fleming’s Bar Scartaglen next week on Thursday 30th August at 9pm.

Five Piece Bluegrass Band

The Brothers Parker is a five piece Bluegrass Band with classic and contemporary Bluegrass – Country and Gospel at the heart of its repertoire.

The band features brothers John and Billy Parker with Billy on mandolin and vocals and John on bass and vocals.They both have nearly 40 years experience playing their music.

Award Winning Banjo Player

Tyler James on banjo and vocals is an award winning banjo player – winning first place at the Rockygrass Banjo Championship – the Arizona State Banjo Championship and the Huckleberry Finn Bluegrass Festival Banjo Championship.

Multi Instrumentalist

Isaac Callender – a multi instrumentalists,will be making his second tour of Ireland.

He previously toured with Jeff Scroggins and Colorado. He will be on guitar and vocals with considerable talent on a range of other instruments.

Fiddle and Vocals

Louise Steinway on fiddle and vocals completes the lineup of the band and she has played for over 20 years with her family band.

Booking and enquiries on: 087 78 14 781.

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