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Brad Keeler Concert: Tunes for Tough Times - Songs from the Great Depression Era
Saturday, 16 November 2019,  2:00 -  3:00
Contact Mike Bauer, 265-2665

Brad Keeler is an award-winning multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter, composer, and interpreter of Vintage Music. For this free concert, he will be presenting music from the Great Depression era, including folk music, country music, blues, as well as songs from Broadway and Hollywood. He will be playing six-string guitar, open-back banjo, tenor banjo, National Resophonic guitar, and harmonica. This is a free concert sponsored by the Library and East Bonner County Friends of the Library.

Either solo or with any number of groups, Brad Keeler has performed at countless other venues and events in PNW locales from Tacoma and Orcas Island to Republic, WA and Troy, Montana since the year 2000. His multi-instrumentalist artistry (flatpick & fingerpick guitar slide guitar, mandolin, banjo, harmonica, violin, piano, bass, washboard and more) can be heard on the numerous self-produced recordings he has released since 1997, as well as, group recordings by "Wide River" and "Keeler, Melvin and Morse." 

Concert Program

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https://www.reverbnation.com/bradkeeler

Brad Keeler poster

Location Sandpoint branch, Community Rooms A & B
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