The Minto Arts Council has invited the Bombadils to play at the Basement Café on May 30.
Trained in classical and jazz performance the group bring high spirits to their gigs through an array of instruments, including flute, fiddle, guitar, mandolin, upright bass, and harmonized singing. Their music is a unique fusion of traditional, world and progressive folk.
Group members Sarah Frank (fiddle, banjo, vocals), Luke Fraser (guitar, mandolin, vocals), Alan Mackie (bass, vocals) and Anh Phung (flutes, harmonica, vocals) released their most recent album Grassy Roads, Wandering Feet this spring. The album has been creating a buzz in the folk scene and they’ve toured extensively across North America and in Sweden.
Blues, country, folk and fingerstyle singer-songwriter Nick Gush from Fergus will be opening the show in the basement of the Harriston Library, 88 Mill Street.
For more information wmiL email@example.com, go to www.mintoartscouncil.ca or call Gordon Duff 519-338-2497.