Cabbage Hill plays double-header

Dan Emert, an old-time national fiddle champion, will perform with Cabbage Hill during a pair of concerts Sept. 17-18 at Pendleton Center for the Arts.<BR><I>Photo contributed by Pendleton Center for the Arts</I>

In what has become a Round-Up tradition, Cabbage Hill will perform a couple of upcoming concerts at Pendleton Center for the Arts.

The group, which has Eastern Oregon roots, will take the stage on Thursday, Sept. 17 and Friday, Sept. 18. Both shows begin at 7 p.m., in Pearson Auditorium in the Pendleton Center for the Arts, 214 N. Main St., Pendleton.

The event, which features Alan Feves on bass, Ron Emmons on mandolin, Steve Hines on guitar and Dan Emert, a National Oldtime Fiddler's Contest champion, promises to fill Pearson Auditorium with some of the best bluegrass/folk in the Pacific Northwest.

Thanks to generous support by Dr. Cynthia Holmes, tickets are $12.

"If you haven't heard these talented musicians ... in the perfect sound space of the arts center, you have been missing one of the great music experiences in the region," said Roberta Lavadour, director of Pendleton Center for the Arts.

The venue was designed specifically to showcase acoustic music in an intimate setting.

To watch a video of Emert playing, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," on stage with Charlie Daniels at Wildhorse Resort & Casino, click on the link at: www.pendleton index_files/ upcoming_events.

For more information or to purchase tickets, stop by the Pendleton Center for the Arts or call 541-278-9201.


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