Sibleys Take Stage at Poplar Knight Spot
The Rooster's Wife continues to bring words and music to Aberdeen, Sunday, Oct. 24, with singer-songwriters Anne and Pete Sibley.
The doors at Poplar Knight Spot open at 6 p.m. with music at 6:45 p.m.
The gallery is totally accessible with parking adjacent to the building at 114 Knight St. in downtown Aberdeen.
For more information and the complete schedule,visit www.theroosterswife.org or call (910) 944-7502 for more information.
Originally from New England, the Sibleys have been at home in the Rocky Mountain West since 1999. Singing for as long as they can remember, Anne and Pete have come many miles from their classical music training to "the people's music": folk, bluegrass and traditional music. Using the guitar and clawhammer banjo to accompany their tight harmonies, the Sibleys tell stories about life and love as they see it, and it is this quality that rings true with audiences from coast to coast. Anne and Pete's music highlights their connection with the landscape, community, family, and even the food they grow and eat. Less than a decade since they released their first album, the Sibleys' music hit the national spotlight in 2009 with a blue ribbon finish in the "Great American Duet Sing Off" on National Public Radio's "A Prairie Home Companion." Last summer, the couple released their fourth and most critically-acclaimed CD, "Coming Home."
The Rooster's Wife presents words and music this fall, with an interesting array of genres, from singer-songwriters to poetry readings, to full on jazz , to fulfill the mission of creating and maintaining community through the arts.
Tickets may be purchased in advance online at www.theroosterswife.org with credit or debit cards, or at the door with cash and checks. Children under 12 are always free at the Rooster's Wife. Adult admission is $10 in advance at the box office, by reservation at (910) 944-7502, or on line with debit or credit card. Tickets are $12. the day of the show with cash or checks only.
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