Vocalist Sally Jones will be among performers at the Hub Bluegrass Club’s annual Bluegrass Concert coming up this Sunday at the Gibraltar Romm.

Hub Bluegrass concert Sunday

The Hub Bluegrass Club’s 11th annual Bluegrass Concert is coming up Sunday, March 30 in Williams Lake.

The Hub Bluegrass Club’s 11th annual Bluegrass Concert is coming up Sunday, March 30 in Williams Lake.

The stars in this concert are all internationally renowned instructors who are teaching courses this week at the annual 108 Cabin Fever Bluegrass workshops taking place at The Hills Health and Guest Ranch in 108 Mile House, says event organizer Rossetta Paxton.

The impressive line-up of entertainers includes singer/songwriter/guitarist Chris Jones; Ivan Rosenberg on clawhammer banjo; flatpick guitarist John Lowell; bass guitarist Jon Wiesberger; banjo player Ned Luberecki; mandolin artist Tom Murphy; harmony singer Sally Jones; guitarist Keith Hill; and fiddler Keith Yoder.

“We are fortunate to have folks of this calibre come to teach at our workshops and perform here,” Paxton says.

Workshops run March 26 to 30 culminating with the evening concert in Williams Lake Sunday, March 30 in the Gibraltar Room.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the concert starts at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $25 and available at the Cariboo Memorial Complex.

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