Kerry Grombacher & Aspen Black
Presented by Hastings Public Library
Kerry Grombacher plays guitar and mandolin and writes and performs contemporary folk and western songs. His songs paint vivid portraits and tell fascinating stories that are set in the landscape that stretches from New Orleans to the desert Southwest and north to the Hi-Line of Montana. Grombacher’s work explores the boundaries of musical genres, and he frequently mixes traditions: cowboy songs written as rumbas, polkas or “Cajun” songs; a piece, inspired by a photograph, that combines spoken word verses and a melodic chorus; a blues-rumba written in the obscure “chiastic” form; and songs written in Spanish and English. Aspen Black is a versatile singer/songwriter with a vast, eclectic repertoire and the “voice of an angel” (Dick Shoemaker, YNN-TV). Her unique sound and thought-provoking lyrics connect with, and captivate, audiences of all ages.
Sat, Sept. 10 | 7:30pm | Hastings Museum Theater
Tickets: $5 | Walk-ins Welcome
To register, visit HPL or call 402-461-2346.
Finding the Story In the Picture
Writing Workshop | 12-2:30 PM
With Kerry Grombacher. Learn how to glean inspiration from photos, artwork, and even the everyday objects and scenery around you. Who knows, your greatest story could be waiting in your grandmother’s photo or the gas station sign down the road! Adults.
Pre-Guitar for the Very Young | 2-3:30 PM
With Aspen Black. Children will learn chords, strumming, counting in rhythm, and more. Kids can play their first song in five minutes! Instruments provided. Ages 3 and up. Limit 40 students.