Songs of wood and wire

Black Train will keep rollin’ at La Vida.
Black Train will keep rollin’ at La Vida.

Lovers of old-time folk and blues music, Black Train play La Vida Bar and Restaurant next Wednesday, July 25.

Led by the non-denominational Rev. Kim McLean on mandolin, the band features Davey-Bob Ramsey on guitar and vocals and Nirvana Glassey on double bass. Like their spiritual forebears, Woody Guthrie, The Carter Family and the traditional folk musicians of Appalachia, they keep the ancient folk traditions alive with exultant harmonies and instruments of the purest wood and wire.

The show begins at 7pm and tickets at $22 include a light supper and a glass of your preferred beverage (wine, beer or soft drink only).

Seating is limited so book a table on 6622 4664.

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