Jam with the Rhode Island Bluegrass Alliance in Rehoboth


A new organization celebrating Bluegrass music has sprung up in Rhode Island. The Rhode Island Bluegrass Alliance serves all of southern New England and has, as its first president, long-time bluegrass musician Sal Sauco of East Greenwich (pictured). Sauco envisions RIBA taking on a pivotal role in the bluegrass music industry as it focuses on its mission  to educate and promote the appreciation of bluegrass music.

The very first event that RIBA has put together to promote its mission will be a jam at the Seekonk Rod & Gun Club. If you have ever wanted to try your hand at bluegrass music, here's your opportunity! Bring along your guitar or other stringed instrument and you will be welcomed to jam along. You can also sing, or just listen if you wish.

WHERE: Seekonk Rod & Gun Club, 61 Reed St., Rehoboth

WHEN: 11:00 a.m. to dusk; Sunday, August 11.

COST: Free

MORE INFO: 860-455-9400


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