MUSIC FOR LUNCH!
The music is free and you can bring your own lunch or buy ours - every Thursday & Friday 12-1 !
6/26 Daniel & Hilary Rose
Daniel Fleck grew up in Los Angeles where he became enamored of the traditional music of the American South. Hilary Rose Scheel was brought up in rural Washington. She discovered old-time music in the movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" and took up the mandolin shortly thereafter. Daniel and Hilary met in 2003, in Olympia, Washington, when Daniel wrote a column on old-time music for his college newspaper. They have been collaborating musically ever since, playing and performing old-time country music at senior centers and other venues. They were married in 2008. Daniel presently studies ethnomusicology at the University of Memphis and Hilary is an artist, song catcher/writer, autodidact, homemaker, and "locavore." They perform with guitar, banjo, mandolin, autoharp, and mountain dulcimer, and count among their musical influences the Carter Family, the New Lost City Ramblers, Norman Blake, and any number of pre-World War II Southern string bands and country blues artists. They are thankful for the opportunity to perform at the Center for Southern Folklore and look forward to seeing you there.
What's for lunch? Local
and Touring Single/Duo/Group Acts will Perform Blues, Soul, Rockabilly,
Bluegrass, Jazz, and Folk - just come by and find out who's playing."Brown Bag" your own lunch or try one of the Center's authentic
Southern dishes - meat or meatless chili, vegetarian greens, hot water
cornbread and peach cobbler - all prepared by Center cook Ella Kizzie.