Spinney Brothers play bluegrass

Nova Scotia brothers bring band to Lake Country's Creekside Theatre this Friday.

  • Apr. 9, 2013 2:00 p.m.

From the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, the Spinney Brothers are comprised of Allan Spinney , Rick Spinney, Gary Dalrymple and Darryl Hebb.

Brothers Allan and Rick debuted their band in 1992, showcasing a tight brother duet vocal style that was immediately recognized for its energetic and distinctive sound.

The cornerstone of the Spinney Brothers musical identity is the sound of traditional, southern-flavoured bluegrass music.

The first generation bluegrass legends have been an important musical influence, yet their music is equally shaped by their personal lives and local heritage.

By incorporating original material, which draws from various sources, the Spinney Brothers effortlessly intertwine the past with the present.

The Spinney Brothers believe in freshness and excitement of traditional bluegrass music. Brother duet singing, backed by supportive and complimentary instrumentation, is the foundation of their tasteful and recognizable sound.

Give a listen and you are sure to be entertained.

The Spinney Brothers perform at Creekside Theatre in Lake Country, starting at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 12.

Tickets for the Spinney Brothers are $24 general, $22 for students and seniors, while group of four tickets go for $80.

 

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