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The Green Sisters bring bluegrass and beyond to the Wendell Full Moon Coffeehouse

January 11, 2020 7:30pm $6 – $15 (978) 544-5557 The Green Sisters Growing up on a farm, the four sisters spent many hours singing to pass the time, and in 2015 they formed The Green Sisters to keep the music and love alive. Their harmonies blend with ease over simple melodies on acoustic instruments (which […]

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The Green Sisters bring bluegrass and beyond to the Wendell Full Moon Coffeehouse

December 15, 2018 7:30pm $6 – $15 (978) 544-5557 To benefit the Community Network for Children a Grant funded program to support families and educators with young children in Erving, Leverett, New Salem, Shutesbury and Wendell. Sprouting from a small farm in rural Massachusetts, the Green Sisters have had a deep love of music from […]

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Bluegrass and more at Wendell’s Fullmoon Coffeehouse with the Slik Pickers and the Green Sisters

Saturday, January 14, 2017 7:30 p.m. $6 – $15 (to benefit Wendell Old Home Day) Good music and good food brought the Slik Pickers together – playing endless joyful hours at festivals, their music is influenced by folk, blues and Bluegrass. They typically play in a small circle, weaving rhythms and melodies into soulful songs […]

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**Bluegrass and more at Wendell’s Fullmoon Coffeehouse with the Slik Pickers and the Green Sisters **

Saturday, April 16, 2016 7:30 p.m. $7 – $15 (978) 544-5557 (to benefit Seeds of Solidarity) Good music and good food brought the Slik Pickers together – playing endless joyful hours at festivals, their music is influenced by folk, blues and Bluegrass. They typically play in a small circle, weaving rhythms and melodies into soulful […]

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