The Rain City Ramblers — an acoustic trio consisting of mandolin player Daniel Ullom, upright bassist Forrest Marrowitz and guitarist James Horbett — will perform Sunday afternoon as part of the ongoing Concerts in the Woods series. (Rain City Ramblers)

The Rain City Ramblers — an acoustic trio consisting of mandolin player Daniel Ullom, upright bassist Forrest Marrowitz and guitarist James Horbett — will perform Sunday afternoon as part of the ongoing Concerts in the Woods series. (Rain City Ramblers)

Musical trio to brighten November in Coyle this Sunday

COYLE — The Rain City Ramblers — an acoustic trio consisting of mandolin player Daniel Ullom, upright bassist Forrest Marrowitz and guitarist James Horbett — will perform Sunday afternoon as part of the ongoing Concerts in the Woods series.

“The Rain City Ramblers [are] a Seattle original Americana string band playing country, roots, bluegrass and old-time music,” said Norm Johnson, Coyle concerts founder.

“I am looking forward to their lively music brightening up a November afternoon in Coyle.”

The performance is set to begin at 3 p.m. at the community center, 923 Hazel Point Road.

Admission to the all-ages show is by donation.

Complimentary cookies and coffee will be offered at intermission.

The Rain City Ramblers draws upon the deep well of American roots music, according to their website, with the trio able to rip fiddle tunes, set down a groovy two-step or render haunting versions of folk ballads.

The community center is located at the southern tip of the Toandos Peninsula and is operated by the Jefferson County Parks and Recreation District with help from area residents.

For more information about the trio, visit rain cityramblers.com.

For more about the center, see www.coyle concerts.com.

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Features Editor Chris McDaniel can be reached at 360-452-2345, ext. 56650, or at [email protected].

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