Tuesday, October 9, 2012
On Monday, October 15, at 7 p.m., in the Gasson Room of the White Mountain Library in Rock Springs, singer/songwriter Bill Staines will be performing a concert.
Funded by the Wesswick Foundation, admission is free and open to the public.
Staines has been writing, recording, and touring for over forty years. In the folk tradition of Woody Guthrie and Tom Paxton, Staines writes of gold-seekers, cowboys, miners, romance, traveling, and the places along the way. Staines is one of this country’s best troubadours. He has performed extensively throughout the country from festivals to living rooms to coffeehouses, as well as on radio programs such as “Mountain Stage” and “Prairie Home Companion.” Bill’s songs have been recorded by other artists, such as Celtic Thunder, Nanci Griffith, and Jerry Jeff Walker.
For more information, contact Chris Kennedy at 307-382-1728.