Groups bring old-fashioned tunes to Calvary Chapel

By Diane Urbani de la Paz
Peninsula Daily News

SEQUIM — Three Kings of the Wild Frontier — guitarist David Rivers, fiddler Joseph Gish, stand-up bass man Hayden Pomeroy — will arrive for an evening of old-time bluegrass, folk and gospel music at the Calvary Chapel this coming Wednesday, June 26.

Show time is 7 p.m., admission is free and all ages are welcome at the chapel, 91 S. Boyce Road just off U.S. Highway 101.

Rivers, a songwriter and alumnus of Boston’s Berklee College of Music, will debut a set of original songs; he’ll also mix in some written while he was a member of Abby Mae & the Homeschool Boys, a folk foursome that disbanded last year.

“Expect the same enthusiasm and silliness we brought to Abby Mae,” Rivers said.

The Kings of the Wild Frontier will then give the stage to California gospel duo Hilary and Kate. They’re singers Hilary Watson and Kate Feldtkeller, an acoustic pair who mix their guitar, violin and vocal style on songs such as “Be Thou My Vision,” “You Will Come,” “Emmanuel” and “Vestige of Beauty.”

Together just since early 2012, Hilary and Kate have released a CD, “Mostly Unplugged and Practically Live,” and offered their music across the United States, Hungary, Norway, the Netherlands, Germany and Britain.

For more details about Wednesday’s concert, phone the Calvary Chapel at 360-683-5995 or Rivers at 360-808-0468.

Last modified: June 20. 2013 5:57PM
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