Barwick & Siegfried play at Valhalla Tahoe’s Music on the Lawn
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What: Barwick & Siegfried
When: Sunday, July 23, 1 p.m.
Where: Valhalla Tahoe Grand Lawn
Valhalla Tahoe began something new with its Art, Music and Theatre Festival this summer. On Wednesday, July 19, the organization launched its Music on the Lawn series — which welcomes musicians to perform on the venue’s Grand Lawn on select days — for the first time ever.
This Sunday, July 23, the series continues with a free show from Grass Valley locals Kathy Barwick and Pete Siegfried. The duo, known professionally as Barwick & Siegfried, specialize in a blend of folk and bluegrass that is fun for the whole family.
“Two like-minded lovers of song who’ve found musical gold in their pairing — combine Pete’s exceptional lead vocals, Kathy’s amazing guitar work and sterling duet harmonies into a stunning and highly entertaining afternoon of Americana music,” states Valhalla Tahoe’s website.
Barwick & Siegfried released their first album, “The Trestle,” in 2015 and followed it up with 2016’s “Long Time Gone.”
“The two musicians combine years of experience into a compelling, highly entertaining duet sound that extends from the Monroe Brothers and other ‘brother duets’ of the 1930s to such iconic modern partnerships as Buddy and Julie Miller,” states the pair’s online biography.
Together, Barwick & Siegfried have performed at festivals, pubs and concert halls in Ireland and along the United States’ West Coast.
Catch the artists at Valhalla Tahoe, located at 3 Emerald Bay Road, from 1-3 p.m.
Learn more online at http://www.valhallatahoe.com.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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