Heidi will be heading back to Kerrville, TX to participate in a celebration of the music of TR Ritchie, a songwriter from the Seattle music scene of the 1980s who went on to become a nationally-touring artist, who passed away in 2014. The concert will happen on the Threadgill stage, organized by songwriter Tracy Spring, and will include a stellar list of musicians plus a showing of the wonderful DVD about TR, American Songwriter. The 46th Annual Kerrville Folk Festival is the pre-eminent songwriter reunion, running 18 days from May 25-June 11 at Quiet Valley Ranch. Tickets are on sale now at www.kerrville-music.com.
St. Patrick’s is hosting a benefit concert on Friday, June 16 at 7:00 pm to raise money for equipment for the new Joseph Playground. Heidi and Bob will do a set, plus Darrell Brann and family.
The church is located at 100 NE Third St., Enterprise, OR 97828. For more info, please call 541-426-3439.
Heidi and Bob can be hired to play for weddings, parties and other gatherings… tonight’s gig is for friends in Joseph who are having a BBQ.
Northwest Public Radio will present a special concert on Thursday, June 22 to celebrate the 35th Anniversary of Dan Maher’s Inland Folk radio show! It will be at the Richland Players Community Theatre, 608 The Parkway, Richland, WA 99352 (off of Lee Blvd near Washington Way). Performers include Dan Maher, Heidi Muller, Bryan Bowers, William Pint & Felicia Dale, and Belinda Bowler. Admission is by making an advance pledge to public radio for at least $35 (includes a special 35th Anniversary t-shirt) at www.nwpr.org/inlandfolk.
For more information, please contact Northwest Public Radio at (800) 842-8991.
Enjoy our music with your Saturday market shopping at the corner of 4th and Adams. Bob and Heidi play from 9:00 am to noon. Stop by and say hello!
Heidi and Bob will perform along with the other stellar dulcimer instructors from our 7th Annual Dulcimer Week in the Wallowas, as they wind up a week of adult dulcimer classes held at Wallowa Lake. Stephen Seifert, Rob Brereton, and Aaron O’Rourke are all top national dulcimer performers who will amaze and delight you with their musical abilities. You’ve never seen the dulcimer played quite like this! Location still TBA, so please check back.
Friends are hosting an evening outdoor concert at their home in Spokane, by invitation and reservation only. If you’d like to have us do a house concert for you, send us an email – we can explain how it’s done. It’s fun and easy.
Heidi and Bob will give a free outdoor concert at the courthouse gazebo on Thursday, August 17 from 5:30-7:00 pm. Bring a blanket or lawn chair, bring the kids… this is a family-friendly event. It’s presented by the Wallowa Valley Music Alliance and happens every Thursday from June through August. Info: www.wvmusicalliance.org.
Heidi is pleased to return to this wonderful dulcimer event, themed “Our Appalachian Legacy,” hosted by the RSVP program at Lake Guntersville. Classes are offered in beginning, intermediate and advanced levels for three days, with several instructors including Rob Brereton and Aubrey Atwater and others, plus there will be a staff concert on Friday night. For information, please see www.melodies-and-musings.com.
Heidi will be returning to Cedar Lakes Conference Center for her 12 year. This beginning dulcimer class will establish complete beginners in all the basics, and progress into how to play chords, read tablature, and use a range of techniques. There will be some exposure to elementary flatpicking and fingerpicking later in the week. Students will learn at least 20 songs and take home many handouts to practice on their own.
For info and registration, go to www.roadscholar.org.