The 25th Annual Bluegrass Concert, Auction, and Jam is on Sat April 20, 2018 at 7 PMThe proceeds from the event will be used to maintain and improve the Maltby Community Club, which is entirely supported by volunteer groups who complete maintenance and repairs year round. The Maltby Community Club does not receive any government funds or tax breaks to offset its expenses, so this event really helps us keep the facility up and running.
Come join in the tradition, listen to the music and participate in the Silent and Live Auctions.
Doors open at 2 PM for Jamming!
We have both Silent and Live Auctions at the event. If you would like to donate, please contact Jan Jones at 425 - 923 - 3017 and bring the items to the club starting at 2pm.
Note: Silent Auction starts at 6:30pm and Closes at 8pm (the start of the second band time).
Tickets and Information:
- Prices by Donation: Adults $15, Seniors (65+) and students (12-18) $10. Under 12 Free
- For tickets or more information Call Jan Jones at 425 - 923 - 3017, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You’ll hear it in his voice immediately...the original strain of Appalachian Mountain music that lies at the heart of all great modern bluegrass and country. Greg Blake grew up in the mountains of southwest West Virginia, and when he sings, you can hear a voice that connects to the great generations of mountain music and the powerful high tenor of the “high lonesome sound”.
Stillwater Hill performs a variety of music – we feature fiddle tunes, traditional and contemporary bluegrass songs, a few gospel numbers, and throw in an occasional country song. The music we play combines our love of traditional acoustic string music along with a passion for finding the vocal phrasing that brings a song to life. In our performances, we strive to respect the music while maintaining a sense of humor.
Friends of Larry
Friends of Larry, Larry Sparks that is! We aren’t really his friends, but we sure enjoy his music. The idea for this band came about during jam sessions at the Darrington Bluegrass Festival. Robbie Bennett (fiddle) and Kevin Miller (guitar) kicked the idea off and when it got to Pete Goodall (mandolin) we sealed the deal. We were lucky enough to enlist the service of Bob Martin on the five-string and with the rock solid bass playing of Sarah Miller we had a band. We hope you enjoy our tribute to a bluegrass legend, Larry Sparks.