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Molly in the Mineshaft Concert Is a Treat for All Ears

Set your Calendars!!!  On Friday, October 14th is another performance concert by the Haines Brothers, who have local family ties. Their band, Molly in the Mineshaft, is excited to perform once again for the community. They are returning to bring music at the Crouch Community Hall at 7pm. This group always blows the house down, leaving everyone wanting more. Their fusion of music includes, folk, blue grass, jazz. Celtic and rock, revealing the band’s wide range of influences and talent.

The group comes from Provo, Utah but they are world traveled young musicians. Though they were founded in 2014, they seem to be a group that has been together for so many more years. In the band are two of the 3-time National Fiddle Champions, and make an appearance at the Weiser Fiddle Championships. They met while attending college and performing with other bands. Much of their music is original.

This is a free concert open to everyone. If possible bring a chair with you as available seating at the hall is somewhat limited. For a “foot- stompin,” “thigh- slappin’” wonderful evening of fun and music, this is concert event for all. CD’s will be available with a new one that may be ready for the October concert. Donations are appreciated. This helps to defray costs of producing a CD and travel to concert venues.

Members of the band are Scott Monson, Talmage Haines, Alex Vincent, Grace Dayton, Alina Geslison, Jordan Benson and Erin Patterson.

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