“The Wilbas” Bring Bluegrass with a Boston Accent to Rockland at the Blue Moon Coffeehouse, Saturday, May 11th

On Saturday, May 11th, “The Wilbas” bring bluegrass with a Boston accent to The Blue Moon Coffeehouse.   Known for over a decade as The Harvest Band, they were briefly known as The Sue Rocha Band when founding member Randy Ducharme left.   They became “The Wilbas” (pronounced with a Boston accent) around 2010.    The band has performed their fantastic brand of bluegrass and folk at coffeehouses, festivals and venues all over New England, including the South Shore Arts Festival, Bluegrass on the Bogs and The South Shore Folk Club.    Lead singer, Sue Rocha, will have her CD, “Seasons,” available at the venue.   Between sets by The Wilbas, there will be an open mic, so grab your guitar.   The show starts at 7:30.   The address is Channing Unitarian Universalist Church, 45 Webster St. Rockland, right beside the Rockland Post Office.    For more information, check out the website at www.thebluemooncoffeehouse.com.  Here’s a video of The Wilbas playing as the sun sets at the Soule Homestead:


, , , , , , , , ,