Upcoming Events
2017
Margo Murphy and John Roberts with Ruthie Dornfeld
Sunday, November 12th
2018
Bill Evans
Sunday,January 28th
Jim Macolm
Sunday, February 18th
Gangspil
Sunday, March 4th
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
Sunday April 8th
$15 suggested contribution
$15 suggested contribution
$15 suggested contribution
$20 suggested contribution
$15 suggested contribution
2:00 pm
The Debutones
Nell Robinson and JIm Nunally Band
Sunday, May 6th
2:00 pm
$15 suggested contribution
The Downtown Mountain Boys
Sunday, December 3rd
2:00pm
$15 suggested contribution
"The DownTown Mountain Boys, based in Seattle, Washington, is the Pacific Northwest's most exciting and accomplished bluegrass band. Veteran bluegrassers and recording artists Terry Enyeart (bass, lead and harmony vocals), Dave Keenan (banjo, fiddle, lead and harmony vocals), Don Share (guitar, lead and harmony vocals), Tom Moran (mandolin), and Paul Elliott (fiddle), seen for years in such popular Northwest bands as Ranch Romance, Rural Delivery, Rainy Pass, and Who's Driving?, have come together in a match made in musical heaven. Take three-part harmonies that send shivers up your spine, add dazzling instrumental firepower, and you have the sound of The DownTown Mountain Boys."
http://downtownmountainboys.com/index.htm
https://www.margoandjohnmusic.com/
The Debutones play a tasteful, eclectic blend of country, folk, and bluegrass music, featuring tight harmony singing and stellar instrumental accompaniment. The ‘Tones are a group of veteran Northwest musicians who discovered they have a great time making beautiful music together, and we’re excited to bring this music to you!
http://debutones.com
Alt-Roots, Folkbilly–whatever you call it–it’s fresh and original music delivered by an all-star band featuring Jim Nunally on guitar, banjo & vocals, Nell Robinson on flute and vocals, Jim Kerwin on bass fiddle, and Jon Arkin on percussion.
https://www.nellandjim.com/
http://www.billevansbanjo.com/
https://www.jimmalcolm.com/
http://www.trad.dk/
Margo and John revel in warm-hearted vintage country duets from the likes of George and Melba, the Louvin Brothers and Merle Haggard, as well as delight in the reinvention of classic pop songs.

Raised on different shores of Puget Sound, Margo and John each fostered a love for duet harmony singing. John, a longtime member of the Bellingham-based Nooksack Valley Boys, has spent most of his life working on commercial fishing boats, which seems to have put a salty soulfulness in his voice. Margo, well-versed in both country and jazz, has serenaded couples on dance floors in Seattle and wooed audiences with her velvet voice. When their musical paths converged in a festival in the NW woods, the result was magic.

Their first album collaboration, The Sea and the Sky, released last Spring and charting on the FOLKDJ list, highlights Ruthie Dornfeld. Ruthie will be returning with them to Nancy's Farm for this concert to add her inimitable fiddle virtuosity.

Bay Area banjoist Bill Evans is an internationally known five-string banjo life force. As a performer, teacher, writer, scholar and composer, he brings a deep knowledge, intense virtuosity and contagious passion to all things banjo, with thousands of music fans and banjo students from all over the world in a career that spans over thirty-five years.

With The Banjo in America, Bill performs the music from his chart topping CDs and also much more: he takes the listener on a musical adventure, following the banjo from its West African roots to the New World, performing musical examples from the 1700's to the present day on vintage instruments. From an 18th century African dance tune to the music of the Civil War, and from early 20th century ragtime to folk and bluegrass banjo styles to Bill's own incredible original music, The Banjo in America illuminates as well as entertains, exposing audiences to over 250 years of musical traditions.

"Jim Malcolm is the ultimate Scots troubadour. Travelling the world with his guitar, harmonicas, and engaging wit, he sings the traditional songs of Scotland and his own masterfully crafted songs in a style which is modern and accessible, yet utterly authentic.
He is highly regarded as an interpreter of the songs of Robert Burns, and has been described as "one of the finest singers in Scotland in any style". His concerts are always highly entertaining, peppered with funny stories and observations, in the great tradition of Scottish artists through the ages, Jim has featured many times on radio and television on both sides of the Atlantic, unfazed by cameras and completely at home behind a microphone.
The release of 2011's CD 'Sparkling Flash' marks a milestone for Jim. He has now recorded fifty songs which are either entirely original or were built by him around some ancient fragment of text, a poem or melody."