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Riders in the Sky

Thursday, April 26th
Show at 7:30pm

Kruger Brothers Band Pic

Playing fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar and piano, Ungar and Mason delight audiences wherever they roam. Their concerts are often a musical travelogue featuring fiddle music from a variety of traditions including Appalachian, Bluegrass, Cajun, Irish and Scottish Highland. Ungar and Mason won international acclaim after The Civil War aired on PBS featuring Jay's haunting composition, Ashokan Farewell. Ken Burns, the producer, described the husband and wife duo perfectly: “Jay and Molly play music from the heart, which reminds us of the best in all of us.”


Be sure to experience living legends who masterfully recreate tunes popular long before the advent of radios and records. From The Yellow Rose of Texas to Cumberland Gap, join us for a grand finale of traditional American music in the intimate Dangle Theatre.

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“Jay and Molly make music that is simple and overwhelming, joyful and full of feeling.”

~ Garrison Keillor, A Prairie Home Companion

star Tickets: $20 Adults, $18 Seniors/Military, $15 Children Sponsored by the Dr. Richard L. Dangle Family