BLUFFTON — The band Honeytown will perform at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17, at Bluffton Town Hall, 154 N. Main St., Bluffton.
All are welcome, and donations will go to the Bluffton Town Hall Concert Series.
Honeytown, from Kidron, is an upbeat four-piece group with an eclectic musical mix. Instruments range from fiddle to banjo, washboard to bass ukulele and accordion to percussive trash cans.
Honeytown is a fun and upbeat four-piece group of talented musicians from Kidron, Ohio featuring Tim Shue, Nate Gundy, Kevin Himes, and Toby Hazlett. The band’s eclectic musical mix of original compositions, unexpected arrangements and their tightly-blended harmonies have won them a fan base all over the midwest. Their varied instrumentation ranging from fiddle to banjo, washboard to bass ukulele, accordion to percussive trash cans takes their audiences by pleasant surprise.
Openers Cloud of Witnesses is the latest project from locale Wendy Chappell-Dick and Phil Gratz. They play Folk rock, country and pop. Wendy and Phil match in intensity and sing from the soul.