StoneHearth Bluegrass Band at Titusville Presbyterian Church, March 24, 6 p.m.
(Titusville, NJ) On Sunday, March 24, the Titusville Presbyterian Church presents bluegrass artists STONEHEARTH BLUEGRASS BAND for a two-hour musical concert from 6 till 8 p.m. StoneHearth has been together since 2002, and the band consists of Pete Becker, Tim Scheetz and founding members Mike Olenick, E.C. Moore, Bruce Rupert, and Mike Terris.
StoneHearth Bluegrass Band plays traditional bluegrass but has been known to put a bluegrass style on hits by Simon and Garfunkle, The Drifters, The Everly Brothers and even The Beatles. StoneHearth has played on WDVR’s Heartlands Hayride, and have opened shows at WDVR for bluegrass notables the James King Band and Karl Shiflett and Big Country Show. They have played at the Echos for the Hills Bluegrass Festival as the opening act for Ronda Vincent and the Rage. They were one of about 80 acts selected from 700 to perform in the program Music Under the City, playing at various subway stations throughout the city, with the biggest night playing under Madison Square garden the same night the Country Music Awards were held there.
Cost of the concert is $15. Family pricing is available. For more information, please call the church office at (609) 737-1385 or visit www.titusvillechurch.org.
The First Presbyterian Church of Titusville, founded in 1838, is located at 48 River Drive along the banks of the Delaware River, one mile north of the Washington Crossing Bridge and six miles south of Lambertville.