Irish country music will be performed by Vintage Wildflowers, stopping in Clarksville as part of their first tour, highlighted by a Washington, D.C., performance for the Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage Concert Series.
With their vibrant blend of three-part harmonies backed by Celtic harp, Irish flute and fiddle, Vintage Wildflowers has developed an enthusiastic legion of fans. Acclaimed for their instrumental prowess, onstage charm and soulful vocals, they are equally at home on a huge festival stage, formal concert hall or in someone’s living room.
Vintage Wildflowers features Dana Fitzgerald Maher on Celtic harp, vocals and bodhran; Melissa Schiavone on Irish flute, whistle, lead vocals and banjo; and Abby Bozarth on fiddle, mandolin, vocals and guitar.
Tickets are $25.00 and may be reserved online via the AHDC website at www.artsandheritage.us, or by calling 931-551-8870. The Customs House Museum is located at 200 South Second Street in Downtown Clarksville. The deadline for reservations is Tuesday, June 14th.
For more information on Vintage Wildflowers, visit their website at www.vintagewildflowers.com.
This performance is sponsored in part by Clarksville Foundry, Inc.