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Thunder Ridge performs in Mill City

Traditional bluegrass group Thunder Ridge will perform Oct. 22 at as part of the KYAC concert series. 

Thunder Ridge is a high energy, traditional bluegrass band based in Portland. They started out as a “thrown-together” group of musicians in January to meet a commitment for a band that had to cancel a performance.

The group specializes in that hard-driving sound featuring tight two-part and three-part harmonies.

Members of Thunder Ridge are Drew Tucker, vocals and mandolin; Chuck Holloway, vocals and 5-string banjo; John Montgomery, vocal and guitar; and Casey Davidson, bass.

The concert begins at 7 p.m. at Stewart’s Hall, 158 SW Broadway St., Mill City. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. $25 per person. Tickets available at the door or through Proceeds benefit the ongoing programs and community outreach of KYAC.

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