The Celtic band Molly’s Revenge returns for a Pistol River Concert Association presentation at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 10, at the Pistol River Friendship Hall at 24252 Carpenterville Road.
Molly’s Revenge performs classical Irish and Scottish jigs and reels with a few Scandinavian, French and American twists.
The band has recorded a half-dozen albums and performed their traditional Celtic tunes at festivals, including the Summer Concerts in the Park in Brookings in 2006; stages, including previous engagements at the Pistol River Friendship Hall; and special events in the USA, Scotland, Australia and China.
David Brewer has more than 20 years of experience playing the bagpipes, whistles and border pipes, and has studied and played in Scotland.
John Weed also brings 20 years of experience to the group as a master of Irish fiddle. Like David, John received on-the-job experience while living in Ireland, playing and studying with some of the masters there, and teaching fiddle workshops.
Guitarist and mandola player Stuart Mason has been strumming traditional tunes for more than 40 years. In addition to his Celtic and bluegrass performances, he has written award-winning original compositions, and has taught classes and workshops on traditional musical techniques.
Tickets for the show are $20 and available at Wright’s Custom Framing and Art Supplies in Brookings and at Gold Beach Books in Gold Beach. Tickets may also be reserved by calling 541-247-2848 or online at www.pistolriver.com.