The Lincoln Council for the Arts is presenting a FREE CONCERT by Drum Brothers world fusion ensemble at Sculpture in the Wild located just east of Lincoln on hwy 200. They’ll be performing from 4:00-6:00 pm in the large Beehive Burner which is on the property. Don’t miss the engaging grooves and polyrhythmic interplay offered by this group in one of Montana’s truly unique venues.
There are about 20 folding chairs available and participants are invited to bring their own seating for additional comfort.
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— Drum Brothers present high energy performances that celebrate a diverse mix of world instruments and sounds: West African djembe and dunun drums, Middle Eastern frame drums, Australian didgeridoo, close harmony vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, bass, and original arrangements and compositions. They’ve performed at numerous venues throughout the Northwest and Canada, have been a featured act at the Seattle World Percussion Festival, and have shared the stage with Ladysmith Black Mambazo. They’ve also been featured on the award winning PBS series, 11th and Grant with Eric Funk. Drum Brothers have been at the forefront of the American hand drumming movement since it began in the early 1990s. Over the years, they have offered numerous school and community rhythm classes, drum circles, and more recently, interactive team building events for organizations and community groups. The ensemble is comprised of brothers Matthew and Michael Marsolek, Tracy Topp, and brothers Nyon and Ravi Marsolek.