Music Live with Lunch to feature bluegrass, country on Tuesday
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The public is invited to the half-hour performance at noon.
Right after the band wraps up, a hot lunch will be served in the parish hall. A $10 ticket at the door covers both the music and the meal.
The Winding River Band started with three fellow church members: guitarist Carl Deverter, accordion man Roger Brown and bassist Dave Dilley.
The men thought they would get together “just for fun.”
After a series of Monday practices, they decided they had something worth keeping. They've added veteran fiddler Pete Crose and played a variety of venues over the past year.
As all Music Live with Lunch performers do, the Winding River Band is donating its time to the concert series, which St. Luke's hosts to raise money for local nonprofit organizations such as the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Olympic Peninsula.
For more details about the concerts, held every third Tuesday of the month, phone the parish office at 360-683-4862.
Last modified: October 13. 2013 9:53PM